If finding something to do during the holidays is getting a bit difficult, how about a road trip? During the next few weeks the travel pages will feature some fun southern journeys. This week it’s Invercargill to Kaka Point.
Life & Style
From the outside, The Lost Gypsy Gallery might just look like a house truck parked up on the side of a road in a tiny coastal town.
Pruning is often dressed up as complicated and difficult, but follow these simple rules and your plants will be healthier and happier, writes James Wong.
Teachers play a vital role in peoples' lives. With the new school year approaching, some prominent New Zealanders tell Bruce Munro about the positive impact teachers had in their lives.
SIr David Attenborough says Dynasties, his new wildlife series, will be gripping, truthful and entertaining, but not overtly campaigning. Jonathan Watts caught up with the veteran broadcaster.
In January 2008, a freak car crash in the Dunedin suburb of St Kilda left one boy dead and another seriously injured. Survivor Harrison Kemp talks to Kim Dungey.
Another great summer and getting wet is an essential part of it, writes parenting columnist Ian Munro.
It is rare for a blockbuster exhibition to get closer to New Zealand than Melbourne. In 2019, though, art lovers can at least look forward to a feast of works by our most famous expatriate painter,...
Few regional towns cut such a striking impression as the heritage powerhouse of Echuca, on the banks of the Murray River in Victoria, writes Mike Yardley.
It's a message that's been drummed into us since childhood: drink water, especially when it's hot, otherwise you'll get dehydrated. But how do you know if you're dehydrated? asks Karen Dwyer. Who's...
If finding something to do during the holidays is getting a bit difficult, how about taking a road trip?
When we consider food sustainability, most of us probably think of food miles and wastage, pesticides and maybe getting rid of single use plastic bags, writes Charmian Smith.
Something truly awe-inspiring will be visible to early-rising stargazers across our region next week, writes Ian Griffin.
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.