Petra's story concludes in Part 2 of The Shark Bell by R.L. Stedman.
A fortnight after her husband left her for his personal trainer, Petra took up running. She told herself it was nothing to do with Carter or his parting words.
Summer finds her admiration of Fin’s ‘‘water magic’’ may be misplaced in the conclusion of Paper Butterflies by Kura Carpenter.
As the long school holidays draw to an end, Summer is left wondering if Fin even knows she exists in the first part of Paper Butterflies, by Kura Carpenter.
The stage is set at the Regent Theatre for Merryn's performance - but will she go on? We find out in part one of Lara M. Hewn's short story Invisible Ink.
An altercation with a drunk couple at the Regent book sale could be the opportunity Merryn needs to deal with the Jackal in the conclusion of Invisible Ink by Lara M. Hewn.
Ask a Chef reveals the secrets of those superb dishes you ate in cafes and restaurants and wanted to try yourself.
Frodo Baggins and old chum Gandalf search for a way back to Hobbiton, in this tale by David Loughrey.
As Hurst Holdings Ltd director, a Waitaki DHS limited board member and Observatory Village Trust trustee, former All Back Ian Hurst has done all right for a farmer’s son.
Bryce Langston has spent the past five years travelling the globe exploring trends of alternative living and small space design. He visits a hobbit-style home.
Whatever happened to synchronised swimmers Nina and Lisa Daniels? Adrian Seconi catches up with the sisters.
In this, the final part of his holiday walking to the Tuapeka goldfields, we join Pakeha about to head home — but not before first visiting the Chinese camp near Lawrence.
Dean Burnett, neuroscientist and author of The Idiot Brain, talks to Killian Fox about the difficulty of trying to explain happiness and what he learned from Charlotte Church.
They are part of everyday life in New Zealand, things of here or invented here which are part of the fabric of our being. Today Mike Houlahan looks at the state house - a true New Zealand icon.
Summer Times reporters recently spent time following southeners going about their daily lives. Today Sakhr Munassar shares his day with Jono Edwards.
David Loughrey finds Frodo Baggins in straitened circumstances in a Dunedin boarding house, desperate to return to Hobbiton.
Arno Marten, director of Packrafting NZ, tells of battling the mountainous seas of the Fiordland coastline in Annette Lees' new book Swim.