Christchurch’s pristine water is world renowned and safe to drink straight from the tap. But will this statement ring true in 50 or 100 years?
New Zealand in 1900 had seen nothing like it - a mega-mansion, the largest wooden house in the land.
To be a Christchurch Auntie you have to be kind and ‘non-judgey’. The Aunties now number 2,500, a network of people providing practical support to victims of domestic violence.
A year before the 2011 earthquake Christchurch’s historic Arts Centre upped its insurance cover by $90M. A decision that would ultimately save the largest collection of heritage buildings in New Zealand.
She’s a doctor who’s devoted decades to caring for disadvantaged youth. He’s a pioneering surgeon who set up a charity hospital where treatments are free.
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.