There is lots to do in lush and lovely Singapore, writes Frederique Gulcher.
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It’s the job of a teenager to work out what’s important to them as they struggle with issues of right and wrong, writes parenting columnist Ian Munro.
The words "palms’’ and "Otago’’ are not often seen in the same sentence. But there are more palms in our southern gardens than you might expect, writes Mark Clark.
Once, people asked where the art was when they went to Te Papa. After opening Toi Art, Te Papa hopes there is no way anyone can miss it. Mike Houlahan reports.
Dunedin fashion is taking steps towards a brighter future, writes Lisa Scott.
On Friday, 100 years ago, New Zealand soldier Michael "Morgan'' O'Connor was shot dead by a German sniper on the frontline in the Somme, France.
In recent years, genome sequencing has changed everything we thought about our origins and how we relate to eraly human species, writes Robin McKie of The Observer.
Sick of being tied to a water filter, Alexandra Hansen asked five experts if she really needs to drink eight glasses of water a day.
Health, wellness and sports dietitian Dr Kirsty Fairbairn talks winter workout snacks and meals.
Reuse crusader Bernadette Casey is bringing a renewed focus on footprints to iD Fashion, writes Tom McKinlay.
Fraser Thompson interviews Splash Club 7's Ferris Cooler.
Top New Zealand designer Karen Walker has been named as one of the judges at next month’s iD Dunedin Fashion Week.
This Dunedin home oozes traditional craftmanship, as Kim Dungey reports.
Spring may be the prime time to visit the Rhododendron Dell at Dunedin Botanic Garden, but changing seasons bring their own rewards.
Tearfund has named three New Zealand companies in the top five of this year's Ethical Fashion Guide.
I always cook within the seasons and support our local producers.
Californian chef Samin Nosrat had a childhood obsession about NZ, so when she was invited to speak about her best-selling book at the Wellington Writers and Readers' festival recently, she jumped at the chance.
One indication of the changing face of wine retailing in New Zealand is the plethora of ``foreign wines'' that can now be found on our shelves.
New research proves there could be something in the old saying ‘‘An apple a day keeps the doctor away’’, reports Rebecca Fox.
You can use pumpkin, squash or even golden kumara in this dish. I have added a piquant dressing.