Over the last decade, Christchurch has experienced a significant amount of change, but like a beacon of hope the Christchurch Town Hall has continued to stand tall and is finally repositioning itself as a premier performing arts and event centre.
Épernay is a town that may not be a household name, but it’s the heart of a region whose produce flows through millions of celebrations worldwide.
latitude’s own Sub-Editor Belinda O’Keefe has her first children’s book hitting the stands this month.
This handsome country home recently completed in Loburn showcases the Bespoke Architecture approach with a simple, yet stunning design perfectly suited to the owners and their young family.
Restoring and re-imagining a hillside landscape eight years after the earthquakes, in a much-loved Clifton garden where no plant has been left behind.
Christchurch Boys’ High School curator-archivist Dr Bruce Harding presides over a rich private collection of Canterbury history.
Paul Howells of Twenty Seven Steps shares the ultimate winter warmer recipe.
To climb Twenty Seven Steps is not a big ask in order to get to one of Christchurch’s best-known food secrets, one that proudly uses Canterbury-grown produce matched with local wines.
For four generations the Keys and Lindstrom families have dominated the river when it comes to rowing success – and they are showing no signs of slowing down.
A tale of hard work, passion and love – discover the Foote family and their beloved Mt Dobson.