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The nation's biggest day for horse racing kicked off today in Christchurch.
Fire and Emergency says New Zealand won't be seeing bush fire on the scale of those in New South Wales but people should prepare for an increased risk.
The 'She is not your rehab' movement which helps men heal from past trauma, has become so popular, people overseas are now "ripping off" their merchandise.
The rates of antidepressants being prescribed to young New Zealanders has risen by 44 percent.
Just 166 people have signed up to a study looking into the connection between nuclear veterans and their children, who may have been affected by their parents' exposure to radiation.
A charity is hoping to change the way people view and use the traditonal happy hour, asking businesses to finish early so their employees can discuss their mental health.
A coroner has outlined the final movements and details around student Mason Pendrous' death.
Children writing wishlists to Santa through the New Zealand Post can, for the first time ever, get a response in Te Reo Māori.
The 'She is not your rehab' movement is empowering men to address domestic violence by healing from past traumas through honest conversations.
Neighbours have described their shock at hearing of the death of a Christchurch motorist who was hit by a fleeing driver yesterday.
A basketball camp in Christchurch led by star athletes is teaching young people leadership skills and inspiring some to become professional athletes.
The trans-Tasman rivalry continued today as Aussie and NZ netball teams battled in a mighty pavlova bake off.
Central Christchurch people have been slower to vote in local elections than those in other parts of the city.
The son of an elderly couple who were found dead by police in Christchurch yesterday has paid tribute to his parents.
Christchurch city councillor Deon Swiggs - who is at the centre of an investigation over inappropriate behaviour - says he will not be resigning and will continue to stand in this election cycle.
As pubs prepare to host the rugby tonight, a Christchurch cat cafe is playing Cupid and match-making dozens of the region's single men and women.
At 62 million-years-old, the Protodontopteryx ruthae - found in North Canterbury - has rewritten history of the seabird family.
Dunedin's bells will be ringing today as the first northern royal albatross return for breeding season and this season's chicks head out to sea.
Some Canterbury farmers are dismissing the government's plan to clean up the country's waterways as a pipe-dream.
A trial date has been set for a Christchurch man accused of killing a pedestrian while fleeing police during a car chase in New Brighton.
A coroner has found hypothermia was the cause of death of a Czech tourist on a Fiordland track three years ago - describing it as an alpine mishap.
Two Muslims are standing in Christchurch's local government elections for the first time.
Residents of Tekapo in the MacKenzie Basin turned out last night to demand changes to the speed limit on the state highway that runs through their town.
White supremacist Philip Arps, who was jailed for distributing the live-streamed video of the 15 March mosque attacks, has had his prison sentence appeal dismissed.
Parents have been warned to prepare for the release of a highly controversial Netflix series - 13 Reasons Why season three, which comes out today. Audio