A journalist at the New Zealand broadcasting school.
Pitter Patter Dance keep little one’s imagination alive and their feet moving.
News bulletin, June 6, 2018
New technology pinpoints emergency calls, plain packaging rolled out for cigarettes, and Manly Sea Eagles fly into Christchurch.
News bulletin, June 5, 2018
Schools battling a teacher shortage crisis, bees buzzing in Christchurch red zone, and toes tapping at NZ Dance Awards.
Your water could be the reason for your rash
The Christchurch chlorinated water could be to blame for eczema
Instagram can now make you money
The social media app can make you a full time wage.
Do you know where your clothes come from?
You don't have to spend heaps for ethically-made clothes.
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Listen to current affairs from around Christchurch, broadcast on Plains FM.
Dunedin's 'special weekend' a huge success
Ed Sheeran's concerts attracted not only Dunedin residents.
Young people are becoming better savers
A new study shows that more young people have kiwi saver
Body found during training exercise
Land Search and Resuce's training camp has located a body.
One of Canterbury's oldest residents has died
Dot was known as an adventurer, partying even at the age of 91.
Nurses allegedly attacked by a patient
A patient has allegedly attacked 3 nurses at a Christchurch Hospital.
Supporting Kiwi drinkers
A new initiative is helping support responsible Kiwi drinkers.
Students suspended for posting inappropriate pics
Christchurch Boys' High School has suspended two students responsible for taking inappropriate photos and videos of teachers.
Electric car pioneer promotes their use.
A Christchurch man who imported New Zealand's first electric car wants every household to own one.
Mum slates new 'smart playground' for kids
Rolleston woman says its wrong for kids to connect their phones to a playground.
Primary school students 'helpless' in the water
Fewer children meeting swimming standards as schools reduce lessons.