Tīrama Mai lights up the central city
Christchurch's city centre is shining bright this week thanks to Tīrama Mai. If you haven't been into see the lighting displays, you've still got time as the festival runs through until Sunday 3 July. See a map of where the lighting installations are located.
America’s terror attacks remembered
The 20th anniversary of the 11 September 2001 terror attacks has been marked in Christchurch with a solemn gathering at the site of the Christchurch Firefighters Memorial – a sculpture made from five twisted steel girders that were salvaged from the destroyed World Trade Center.
Ko Tātou, Tātou We Are One
A national remembrance service has been held to remember the 51 people who died in the attacks on the Christchurch mosques two years ago.
Hot moves on a hot summer day!
It was wheels up at Washington Way Skate Park today as some keen skaters made the most of a scorching summer day.
Daffodils spring into bloom
Today is the 30th anniversary of Daffodil Day - the Cancer Society's popular fundraiser. To celebrate the occasion and the pending arrival of spring, we captured these beautiful images of the daffodils in Hagley Park.
Indoors is the best place to be …
On the streets of Christchurch, the stay home, save lives message appears to be getting through during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Culture Galore Festival
Culture Galore at Ray Blank Park celebrated Christchurch’s diverse ethnic culture with fun, food, music and laughter.
At play in the city centre
The Margaret Mahy Playground has been a holiday hot-spot for kids of all ages.
Prince Charles and Camilla in Christchurch
Prince Charles and Camilla on a walk-about in Cathedral Square.
Town meets Country at The New Zealand Agricultural Show
Christchurch flocks to see creatures great and small at the The New Zealand Agricultural Show 2019
The colours of Diwali
Christchurch's Indian community celebrates Diwali in colourful style in Cathedral Square.