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Hannah Mills
05:22
There's trouble brewing over school dress codes.
Should schoolgirls be allowed to ditch their dresses in favour of pants?
01:40
Four months on from the Kaikoura quake and scientists are still discovering the full extent of the damage.
Kaikoura's 'complicated and unusual' earthquake could've broken world record
00:48
The one-person vehicle is made almost entirely from plastic, and will represent NZ at the Shell Eco-Marathon in Singapore later this year.
Plastic fantastic: Kiwi team invents the world's first recyclable plastic car
02:32
Smoke quickly created hazardous conditions for traffic on what is the now main route between Christchurch and Picton.
Fire crews racing against time to control Hanmer Springs fires before wind, heat arrives
02:00
A 265kg piece of pounamu has been gifted by Te Runanga o Makaawhio for the national memorial.
Special taonga part of national earthquake memorial
02:00
A 265kg piece of pounamu has been gifted by Te Runanga o Makaawhio for the national memorial.
Taonga installed at Canterbury Earthquake National Memorial site
Search continues for teenager who went missing in Canterbury last year
01:42
Term 1 has begun for the first college to open in the emerging town of Rolleston.
Town of the future's high school opens with 220 students
Fire generic
Large farm shed near Ashburton goes up in flames
01:50
Two departments have committed to exercising for at least 30 minutees a day for a hundred days.
'We should be promoting a healthy existence' - Christchurch Hospital staff get active for better patient care
00:48
The Sign of the Kiwi at the junction of Dyers Pass and Summit Road has been closed to the public since the 6.3 magnitude quake.
Landmark Christchurch cafe Sign of the Kiwi re-opens
Arthur's Pass remains closed after slip
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Man charged after $20m McLaren supercar crashes into ditch near Queenstown
02:23
One farmer, near Waiau has threatened to run the fence down, saying it's hampering recovery efforts.
Barbecues held to check up on North Canterbury farmers post-quake
00:26
The convoy is seen here at Amberley in North Canterbury.
Defence Force to assess landslides before convoy resumes journey to Kaikoura
00:11
Ohau Point is a popular tourist spot on SH1 with visitors stopping to check out the seals sunbathing on the rocky shore line below.
Popular seal colony tourist attraction destroyed by quake
01:09
Popular Bollywood star delights fans by joining dance troupe at Christchurch Airport
01:49
'The Fresh Air Project' is the first formal trial of smokefree outdoor dining in New Zealand.
First NZ smokefree outdoor dining trial underway
02:06
Canterbury’s new look regional council hasn’t even met yet but it’s already closely being watched.
Canterbury's new look regional council officially sworn in
02:06
Canterbury’s new look regional council hasn’t even met yet but it’s already closely being watched.
Slow return to democracy for Canterbury's regional body
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Bad weather halts search for missing diver off Banks Peninsula
00:40
The lights, at the corner of High and Tuam Streets, will be used to control pedestrian, cycle, vehicle and tram traffic.
Why does a Christchurch intersection have 19 traffic light poles?
Three arrested after Canterbury police pursuit ends in flames
01:44
Production for The Changeover starts next week, with some of the film’s stars treated to a warm Christchurch welcome this morning.
Margaret Mahy teen novel being adapted for the screen 30 years after publication
02:41
A bit of old-fashioned Kiwi ingenuity by Glen Herud could be a game-changer for the dairy industry, and it's saving big dollars.
Canterbury dairy farmer's new model for milking could save others big bucks
02:28
"I want to be one of the people that lead our sport in a movement towards throwing farther than what we are now," Holly Robinson says.
'I want to be one of the people that lead our sport' - Kiwi Paralympian has eyes set on redefining javelin in Rio
00:50
Jonty Gray, 10, was diagnosed in March and today spent some time with former Black Caps captain McCullum.
'He's a cracking bloke, really positive' - Brendon McCullum visits very brave boy fighting leukaemia
02:28
Linwood Avenue School principal in Christchurch is getting behind calls to control number of fast food outlets near schools.
Students in fight against fast food joints near schools
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Aerial footage: First moment missing tramper is found by rescuers
02:13
It all started with Roa's giant tuatara on Bath Street in 2014. Now, more than 30 murals don the city's walls.
Dunedin's latest attraction: street art. Will Banksy leave his mark?