What if your home insurance premium jumped from $2000 to $17000?
Buildings once stood where lettuces now thrive, in the centre of our second biggest city. Cultivate Christchurch produces more than veges, they’re growing opportunities for young people.
On March 15 two men ran into Christchurch Hospital claiming they’d witnessed a shooting and to expect patients. It was the first and only warning the hospital would receive.
A unique way of life that has flourished for almost 80 years near Motueka. Could you live here?
It's a four-legged frenzy which unleashes sheer doggy delight!
It took a dedicated group of Christchurch parents to put a “stake in the ground” and declare an intention to turn their school around.
Is one of New Zealand's finest buildings about to be demolished?
Cantabrians have come in their thousands to place flowers, to seek solace, to come together at this time.
As the Christchurch Town Hall underwent a 167 million dollar refurbishment, the building’s original architects would pop in, to look over the works.
With an election looming, Christchurch Dilemmas looks at the state of our city rebuild.
This week Christchurch Dilemmas asks how is our prized waterway really doing?
This week Christchurch Dilemmas meets the Filipino men who’ve left their loved ones to come here for work.
The 1200 residents of Southshore enjoy enviable access to both the Estuary and the Pacific Ocean, but what does the future hold for this special spit?
A new plan for a new-look Cathedral Square with multiple zones. Will it work?
Join Christchurch Dilemmas on a 2017 mid-winter tour of the central city scene.
After rising 6m out of the sea in some places we went to find out how the the marine life is doing after the Kaikoura quake.
Who's taken up the challenge of repairing the road and will SH1 be open by Christmas?
A stunning aerial tour of the Port Hills with park ranger, Di Carter.
A nationwide mental health study has identified young people are suffering the most in Christchurch's east..
Created by artist Peter Majendie, the installation was meant to be temporary. Five years on a decision must be made - stay or go?
Is this an exciting new era in education, or a social experiment?
Bowl it over, or build it back up? Remove or restore? Six years on, the fate of Christchurch Cathedral is dividing the city.
There’s talk of gondolas, laneways, and hidden streams. Can anyone deliver on our dreams for this much-loved public space?
The latest plan to revitalise the seaside suburb is revealed - what do the people think?
How easy is it to buy, to fix, to sell a damaged, or even condemned house?
We talk to three small business owners about the central city and their place in it.
Are we spending it wisely?
How do we involve the people?
How can we make it affordable?
Is it what we dreamed of?
Do we have a crisis?
What is its future?