Beautiful landscapes feature in several of Elizabeth Jenkins’ paintings. Now she has created her own on Otago peninsula. Kim Dungey reports.
Life & Style
What a great breeding season it’s been at the Dunedin Botanic Garden aviary. Six South Island kaka chicks have been produced by two breeding pairs.
In among all that background noise there are people saying things they'd like someone to hear, writes life coach Jan Aitken.
Moviegoers may scorn the billionaire fashion bosses in Greed, but anti-slavery activists said anyone who buys cheap clothes risks fuelling factory abuses.
The impulse to collect and hold on to an object might be for entirely logical reasons, or sometimes we are driven purely by our emotions.
Prada celebrated the "pluralism and complexities of female identities" at its Fall/Winter show in Milan, with designs ranging from strict tailoring to fringed and sequinned dresses.
The true extent of the biodiversity crisis may be hidden by our inability to document what's out there.
We are more connected than ever, but we rarely seem to really speak to each other. So, Rebecca Nicholson decided to try.
Sequins add glamour to any outfit, but eco-campaigners have urged London Fashion Week to ditch the sparkling plastic discs as they pollute oceans for centuries.
Otago stargazers are in for a celestial treat on Friday morning, so it’s well worth getting up early, writes Ian Griffin.
The Pelorus Sound mailboat has been delivering post, groceries and crucial supplies to isolated homesteads around the Marlborough Sounds for more than 100 years.
Dr Rod Carr is chairman of the newly-formed Climate Change Commission, tasked with providing independent, expert advice to Government to help NZ transition to a low-emissions and climate-resilient economy.
Love drugs could soon be a reality and sued alongside therapy to help heal broken relationships, claims a new book. Andrew Anthony reports.
British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver is trying to answer the big question about vegetable-based dishes - can they cut the mustard?
Ask a Chef reveals the secrets of those superb dishes you ate in cafes and restaurants and wanted to try yourself.