Parenting columinst Ian Munro shares some advice on how to deal with adolescent children when the hormones kick in.
You know how some people get all excited about ball-kicking world cups? For Liz Breslin, the equivalent is Festivalland.
A crucial climate change tipping point may have arrived for New Zealand, writes Colin-Campbell Hunt.
Lisa Scott spends a weekend hopscotching a smorgasbord of organic connections, boutique cellar doors and foodie backblocks in Wanaka.
Building a home near Queenstown was plain sailing for a pair of British sailors. Kim Dungey reports.
The raw numbers of the glycaemic index don’t tell the whole story, says Dr Kirsty Fairbairn.
Bruce Munro talks to author Stevan Eldred-Grigg about his quest to get Kiwis to ask tough questions about war.
The inventive spark is burning bright at Otago Polytechnic as design students work on the next big invention, writes Kim Dungey.
Assuming the weather gods are co-operative, just before dawn on November 18, skywatchers across Otago will enjoy the peak of the Leonid meteor shower.
Batteries impact on nearly every aspect of our lives, from baby monitors to smartphones and cars. But what happens when they reach the end of their useful lives?
The first full retrospective of New Zealand’s pioneer of abstraction, the late Gordon Walters, opens in Dunedin today. Its curators walk Rebecca Fox through the major exhibition.
Is the country's hottest culinary trend also its oldest? Kim Knight on why it has taken so long for Pakeha taste buds to discover Maori food.
Ancient inscriptions at Otago Museum are giving up their secrets, writes Moira White.
The customer isn't always right, says parenting columnist Ian Munro.
New Zealand recently marked the 99th anniversary of Armistice Day. Jane Tolerton looks at a group of Otago women who toiled away behind the scenes during World War 1.
Fine dining wasn't that satisfying, Lisa Scott finds.
Ok, I’m going to say this really quickly ... Christmas is just around the corner, and ignoring it won’t make it go away, writes Jan Aitken.
Yesterday was a cross-quarter day, marking the halfway point between the spring equinox and the summer solstice, writes Ian Griffin.
The stories we tell ourselves about ourselves shape our lives, says Liz Breslin.
Orokonui Ecosanctuary recently opened a play area for visitors’ children. Claire Freeman reflects on the importance of play in a natural environment for children.