I remember Jojo Ross from when she lived in Dunedin, with her icy blonde hair, and progressive style she was always intriguing, writes Amy Parsons-King.
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A century on, few traces remain of the October 1917 Revolution. So, did it count for anything?
Based on an academic journal article by University of Otago historian Assoc Prof Alex Trapeznik, Bruce Munro recounts the role Kiwi soldiers played in the West’s forgotten Russian war of intervention after the 1917 Revolution.
Sharing is one of the hardest things for a youngster to do, says parenting columnist Ian Munro.
The BFG, Skellig, Aubrey . . . a children’s books boom challenges pessimism about reading habits, writes Robert McCrum.
Values are the ideals we hold deeply. Do your values identify who you really are?
An intimate audience with Renaissance art made a lasting impression on Jillian Porteous.
Gillian Vine looks at female writers from Fanny Burney to Georgette Heyer, whose novels brought Bath to life.
A young Southland family built a sense of history into their new home. Kim Dungey reports.
Lisa Scott on the value of friendship.
At the time of writing, the formation of a Government that will oversee our responses to climate change has yet to be determined, Colin Campbell-Hunt writes.
Ruth Grundy lifts the lid on the treasure chest of an Omarama garden.
Planting a low maintenance, easy care perennial is a good start to spring.
What to do in your garden this week.
Ask a Chef reveals the secrets of those superb dishes you ate in cafes and restaurants and wanted to try yourself.
Sometimes it doesn't take much to create something special no matter what you're craving, chef Bevan Smith writes.
This book is a startlingly honest ode to surviving empty-nest syndrome and the end of a marriage. Hence its title, Coming Un Stuck.
Labour Weekend marks the first public holiday since June, and many of our readers will be taking the chance to visit Central Otago. For wine enthusiasts, a new attraction offers the opportunity to...
You need to take advantage of the uplifting and refreshing flavour of lemons while they are still fragrant and juicy. This slice hits the spot!
I asked three successful, smart, honest local women to share with us their perceptions of success and their morning routines . . .