It was on a Japanese ski trip that the owners of this Wanaka house came to appreciate the efficiency of small spaces. Kim Dungey reports.
With shorter days and cooler temperatures, lush summer foliage and bright blooms give way to autumnal colours as nature slows down and prepares for the cold winter days that lie ahead.
Inland from Otago’s coast is a whole other world of rocks and barrenness. New Zealand’s only inland salt lake adds to the bizarre landscape. A walking track around it’s shores takes about an hour.
Palmerston North has been unfairly scoffed at and derided by many a passing comedian. Mike Yardley was pleasantly surprised to explore a city groaning with eye-catching art and foodie finds.
Gold was discovered in the Arrow River bed in 1862 by shearer Jack Tewa, and a shantytown was quickly established close to the river only to be washed away in a flood the following year.
Whether baked as chips in a cookie, melted in a sweet warm drink or molded in the shape of a smiling bunny, chocolate is one of the world’s most universally consumed foods.
Earlier this year, the Dunedin Wildlife Hospital had a puzzling case of toxoplasmosis in a family of South Island kaka sent to them from the Te Anau Bird Park, following the death of one of the...
Australian-based New Zealand chef Analiese Gregory combines her personal story with recipes in her debut cookbook.
For years, decades, award-winning author Kyle Mewburn felt like a fraud. But it wasn’t your usual imposter syndrome, she tells Tom McKinlay.
Many wine enthusiasts enjoy a wide range of flavour experiences, and boutique spirits fit that bill.
Ask a Chef reveals the secrets of those superb dishes you ate in cafes and restaurants and wanted to try yourself.
This delightful dessert has layers of tangy stewed apples and caramelised oats nestled in whipped cream. It’s simple, yet satisfying.