Lisa Scott's fallen in love with the Waitaki District.
Lisa Scott goes to watch a game of rugby she actually enjoyed.
This week, Lisa Scott tries new releases from Natio.
The Fortune created loyalty by virtue of the blood, sweat and tears in getting from page to stage. But the sale of its assets is an act too far, writes Lisa Scott.
In which living on rations becomes a first-world problem, writes Lisa Scott.
Lisa Scott gets snowboarding lessons at the home of New Zealand's Olympic medallists and falls in love with the mountain.
Just because you're not on a benefit in this country doesn't mean you're not doing it tough, writes Lisa Scott.
Lisa Scott finds herself at one with nature on an Alps to Ocean bike tour.
Lisa Scott pledges to be more positive.
The mountain man and I decided to have a dry February - it being the shortest month, writes Lisa Scott.
Lisa Scott foregoes penguin in favour of the culinary delights of Oamaru and finds out why people there are so jolly happy.
Why do some men still feel the need to try and silence women, Lisa Scott asks.
While the rest of the city watches the wallpaper slowly fade, off Laings Rd, in a clearing in the forest, something strange and wonderful is happening, Lisa Scott writes.
Lisa Scott pays tribute to nurses, often unsung heroes of our healthcare system.
Living in the country is somewhat challenging for a townie, Lisa Scott discovers.
We must all do our bit for democracy but sometimes it's hard to get enthused, says Lisa Scott.
In a fit of artistic expression, Lisa Scott gets in touch with her angry side.
The world is split into the chronically late and the dictatorially time-observant - two personality types destined to fraught coexistence, Lisa Scott writes.
The robots haven't yet taken over, but the heartless seem to be in power, Lisa Scott writes.
Lisa Scott is wearing nothing until she finds out where it came from.