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A fire in Christchurch, which police are calling suspicious, has caused extensive damage to a church overnight.
New Zealand singer Chris Bruerton is a member of the highly acclaimed British vocal ensemble, The King's Singers. In this week's programme, you can hear how he sounded back in his chorister days at… Video, Audio
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Writer John Bluck shares a very personal perspective on how moviegoing in New Zealand reflects our character, history and preoccupations. Audio, Gallery
John Bluck explores the past, future, and current state of lawnmowing in a light-hearted but informative talk in six closely-cropped chapters. Audio
Keep your vocal cords in shape with this week's selection of hymns, including Immortal, Invisible and What a friend we have in Jesus. Audio
The public has a chance to have a say on the future of Christchurch Cathedral, following a move to fast-track its reinstatement.
Some of the biggest queues we're seeing under Alert Level 2 are outside hairdressers and barber shops.
Those with scissors and the shavers in hand are still social distancing rules - many wearing… Audio
A Christchurch barber is preparing for a late night on Wednesday as clients get a quick trim before returning to work tomorrow. Audio
You think you're desperate for a haircut some are so keen they'll be watching as the clock ticks past 11:59pm.
At midnight, as soon as Level 2 officially begins, a Christchurch barber will open his… Audio
The lockdown has disrupted plans to start work on the Christ Church Cathedral causing delays of at least a month.
The Dean of Christchurch Cathedral, Dean Lawrence Kimberley, tells Karyn Hay how he began conducting services online to reach many parishioners as possible. Audio
As we head into a long weekend with little options but to stay inside, we might decide to chat with some friends and family via Zoom. Here's a few pics to liven it up.
Baritone Robert Tucker takes on the challenging role of King George III in NZ Opera's production of Eight Songs for a Mad King by Peter Maxwell Davies. Video, Audio
Petals were cast into Christchurch's Avon River this afternoon, to mark nine years since the magnitude 6.2 Canterbury earthquake and to remember the 185 lives it claimed.
An anti-workplace bullying group has suggested this country's mental health crisis is in large part the result of bullying at work.
About 200 anti-5G protesters turned out in Christchurch this afternoon, calling for more public consultation and a thorough examination before the new technology is used.
About $1.5 billion worth of construction projects in Christchurch will be finished and opened this year, marking another milestone in the Christchurch rebuild.
In the first of a three-part look back at 2019, RNZ revisits the big stories of the first four months of the year.
A new Catholic cathedral, primary school, offices and a multi-storey carpark are to be built in the heart of Christchurch.
Both of Christchurch's big cathedrals were destroyed in the earthquakes. Their fates have been very different, and only one will rise again. Audio
Prince Charles is calling for people to become more sustainable in order to reverse the damage to the environment and mitigate climate change.
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will go for a public walk-about in Christchurch tomorrow as part of their New Zealand tour.
Domestic violence services, conservation and education are all on the list for the royal tour.
“If we serve up the same old cat food, then no one gets to taste anything different,” says New Zealand Opera’s General Director Thomas de Mallet Burgess, who announced the 2020 season today. Audio
Hymns by St Francis of Assisi, Isaac Watts and Charles Wesley in this week's programme. And you can hear New Zealand choirs The Handel Quire and The Celebration Singers. Audio