Alison Pugh

01:41
Warm weather saw thousands pour through the turnstiles by lunchtime.

Christchurch's 155th A&P show opens with a bang

Warm weather saw thousands pour through the turnstiles by lunchtime.

01:40
Halle Pitama's goal is to increase the use of Te Reo Maori on social media sites.

'I want to see Maori on social media' - Kiwi schoolgirl heads to Silicon Valley after making Te Reo video

Halle Pitama, 13, thinks social media needs an update to increase Maori on social media.

01:37
Peter John Carroll has denied bashing 36-year-old Marcus Luke Tucker to death with a steering wheel lock.

Man found guilty of murdering Christchurch father of three

A jury has found Peter Carroll guilty of murdering Christchurch man Marcus Tucker.

01:37
Peter John Carroll has denied bashing 36-year-old Marcus Luke Tucker to death with a steering wheel lock.

'His nose and teeth were broken' – mistaken identity blamed for brutal killing of Christchurch man

Peter John Carroll denies bashing Marcus Luke Tucker to death with a steering lock.

01:44
Test results for the crop ecotain plantain show massive reductions in nitrate leaching.

Scientists hail 'significant' discovery about old weed that could be game-changer for dairy

Test results for the crop ecotain plantain show massive reductions in nitrate leaching.

00:42
Over half of the church's synod has voted to reinstate the building damaged in the Christchurch earthquake.

Anglican Church votes to reinstate beloved Christ Church Cathedral

Around 200 Synod members spent the last three days discussing the building's future.

00:52
The Anglican Diocese will make a decision on the future of the church in two weeks' time.

Video: Mega model of potential new steeple for Christchurch's Anglican Cathedral revealed

Dubbed "The Peoples' Steeple", the model is a seventh of the size of the real spire.

02:04
Polluted flood water could pose a health risk for several days and it could be longer before some people can go home.

Christchurch's flood emergency not yet over

Polluted flood water could pose a health risk for several days and it could be longer before some people can go home.

02:25
Reserve land at the eastern gateway to Arthur's Pass National Park is at the centre of a 100-year land ownership dispute.

'It's incredibly disappointing' – critics say NZ at risk of losing valuable conservation land

Reserve land at the eastern gateway to Arthur's Pass National Park is at the centre of a 100-year land ownership dispute.

01:35
The research will follow the path of canine evolution, from living in the wild to becoming a part of family life.

Dunedin dogs join genetics and behaviour study

The research will follow the path of canine evolution, from living in the wild to becoming a part of family life.

01:59
Sanitarium says the British version of the cereal infringes on its 90-year-old trademark.

Weetbix, or Weetabix? Trademark battle looms for Kiwi brand

Sanitarium says the British version of the cereal infringes on its 90-year-old trademark.

00:40
Simon McGrath has made a plea via media today for information about his brother.

Brother of missing Christchurch man 'desperate to get him home', disappearance out of character

Michael McGrath hasn't been seen since he disappeared from his Halswell home on May 21.

01:46
If the Multi-Purpose Area Trust have their way, the likes of Ed Sheeran won't be bypassing Christchurch in the future.

'Christchurch is missing out' – group advocates for new multi-purpose entertainment venue

If the trust have their way, the likes of Ed Sheeran won't be bypassing Christchurch.

01:20
The trial, set down for two days was adjourned on day two.

High Court mistrial declared over man accused of murdering Christchurch father

Justice David Gendall tells High Court that certain issues have arisen, making a mistrial necessary.

02:02
Used condoms, needles and screaming are just some of the things St Albans residents are sick of.

'We don't want them here' - residents appeal for sex workers in Christchurch suburb to be moved on

St Albans residents say sex workers often leave rubbish all over their properties, including beer bottles and used condoms.

02:14
New council laws allow each council decide whether shops can open on the public holiday.

Hundreds of shops open for Easter Sunday for the first time ever

New council laws allow each council decide whether shops can open on the public holiday.

01:56
While farmers in the Bay of Plenty are battling after recent rain, it's a different story for their Canterbury counterparts.

Drought-plagued Canterbury farmers relish the downpours

Farmers in the Bay of Plenty struggle after recent rain but it's a different story for their Canterbury counterparts.

01:57
Thousands of hunters around the country are preparing to make the most of Roar.

Warning to hunters to stay vigilant as deer breeding season begins

Thousands of hunters around the country are preparing to make the most of Roar.

01:43
Now in its 18th year, the event is a highlight in the social and economic calendar.

The world's best up and coming fashion designers show off their work at Dunedin Fashion Week

Now in its 18th year, the event is a highlight in the social and economic calendar.

01:55
Last month's devastating fires razed a huge area of vegetation - now farmers are turning to new technology to help them get back on track.

Drones brought in to help with re-seeding the Port Hills

Last month's fires razed a huge area of vegetation - now farmers are turning to new technology to help them get back on track.

02:06
According to Trade Me Property figures, rents are on the up nationwide - except for one exception in the south.

Median rent for New Zealand for a three bedroom creeps above the $500 mark

According to Trade Me Property figures, rents are on the up nationwide - except for one exception in the south.

01:26
Just three weeks before the surf nationals were to take place at New Brighton in 2011, the devastating earthquake struck.

'Fantastic to see it back down here' - surf champs return to Christchurch

The surf nationals were to take place at New Brighton in 2011 but the devastating earthquake struck.

01:31
About two thirds of the 900-acre park has been affected by fire.

Video: First look at Christchurch Adventure Park damage after devastating Port Hills fires

Long road ahead for Christchurch Adventure Park's restoration after "nightmare" fire.

02:06
he brutal murder of the Ashburton teenager in 1998 remains unsolved.

WINZ double murderer 'person of interest' in unsolved death of Kirsty Bentley

Police wouldn’t confirm at what stage 51-year-old Russell John Tully appeared on the list.

02:01
Farmers are fighting back after near record low prices for New Zealand's coarse wool.

Farmers' targeted wool supply contracts good for them and customers

Farmers are fighting back after near record low prices for New Zealand's coarse wool.

01:57
The task of reducing our child obesity statistics could be helped by improving babies' sleeping habits, research says.

Better sleep for infants can decrease child obesity, study finds

The task of reducing our child obesity statistics could be helped by improving babies' sleeping habits, research says.

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