Grey is in fashion outside, as well as indoors. Gillian Vine reports.
On the eve of Dunedin Fashion Week, Katie Day delves into the background and discovers the inspiration of two iD International Emerging Designer Awards finalists for 2021.
Woe betide ye corporations, consumer power is on the rise. When it comes to cheques they might have lost the battle but consumers look likely to win the war, experts and advocates tell Bruce Munro.
The smorgasbord of memories that your brain tosses at you when you wake in the middle of the night never ceases to amazes me, writes life coach Jan Aitken.
Craig McLachlan takes the third flight to Rarotonga after the Covid bubble opened, swapping chilly Queenstown temperatures for balmy Cook Island days.
Otago Polytechnic interns are working around the clock to prepare for this weekend’s sold-out iD Fashion Week shows.
Forming positive lifestyle habits, rather than restricting calories, and focusing on nourishing women’s bodies is the aim of Australia’s national science agency’s latest book.
Today's line-up allowed me to compare a quartet of Central Otago chardonnays with a Hawke’s Bay pairing.
With the weather being drastically cooler and the evenings shorter, I am wanting comfort food — carbs, stodge and a bit of spice.
Dozens of people were in stitches at Otago Museum on Saturday during a World Knit in Public Day event.
Ferrari has rolled out its first in-house fashion collection, offering fans of the Ferrari brand and its supercars a touch of "couture" within a contemporary clothing range.
The owner of this Dunedin property wanted a warm, low-maintenance home that maximised the views. Kim Dungey reports.
With little more than a week to go until the winter solstice, the nights are really drawing in, writes Ian Griffin.