Should people be allowed to drive vehicles on beaches? It's a divisive question in Clutha District.
Orokonui’s breeding takahe pair have a couple of new feathers in their caps, Jeanne Hutchison writes.
As an important anniversary looms for science, Dr Adam Rutherford looks at how the study of genetics has been warped for political ends.
As mending becomes a fashion statement, the idea is spreading that it’s about more than cash, writes Karen Kay.
Maori chefs Karena and Kasey Bird visited Dunedin to cook up a storm in preparation for Matariki. Rebecca Fox spoke to the sisters before their day in the kitchen.
City Rise is not really a suburb, it is a little city within a city. And it comes alive at night when the sifters emerge from their rickety flats and head down the hill to a gig at The Crown Hotel.
For most of my adult life, exercise was an ordeal. Even mild workouts felt gruelling and I left the gym in a fouler mood than when I’d arrived, writes David Robson.
Two Southland chefs are on a mission to showcase the region’s produce and educate diners about Matariki at a special dinner at Te Rau Aroha Marae in Bluff on Friday.
INTERACTIVE: As New Zealand celebrates Matariki as a public holiday for the first time this week find out some of the traditional knowledge around the constellation and its place in Southern traditions.
Hedges can protect vegetable crops from wind damage but, because they need regular clipping, busy gardeners and those with small patches may prefer to use windcloth, manuka scrub or similar.
The swede - aka Tuwīti tānapu - is often overlooked by Kiwi supermarket shoppers but right now these hardy and nutritious root vegetables are at their very best, says second-generation swede grower...
It’s entirely possible to have a thoroughly fulfilling Gold Coast vacation without stepping through the entry gates of a theme park, but why deprive yourself?, writes Mike Yardley.