A Mosgiel grandmother gave two "gorgeous" dresses to help a charity shop step back in time.
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Jerome Partington wants New Zealanders building their own homes to shift their thinking from compliance to "doing good". He talks to Kim Dungey.
I freely confess to being an obsessive tomato grower, experimenting with up to 60 varieties every year in my tiny plot.
Sky flower, pigeon berry and golden dew drop are some of the common names for the shrub Duranta erecta.
What to do in your garden this week.
I found another lil gem creating cool stuff from Christchurch on instagram,and that's the label Otis Butler.
British designer Quentin Hart is bringing a new look to famous New Zealand brand Swanndri but tells Amy Parsons-King from Milan the "Swannie" is not going anywhere.
Riesling is one of those grape varieties much loved by winemakers and the trade but can be a wine that punters can’t quite get their head around. As a riesling lover, I find that a shame, as in its...
Alison Lambert.shares a recipe for a tasty 3 bean salad.
Ask a Chef reveals the secrets of those superb dishes you ate in cafes and restaurants and wanted to try yourself.
If you walk round the grounds of the Otago Polytechnic in Dunedin you’d be forgiven for thinking they don’t look like normal institutional gardens, writes Charmian Smith.
Multi-Michelin starred chef and restaurateur Gordon Ramsay is out to prove people can eat as well at home as they do in a restaurant.
International textiles buyers are increasingly switching away from China, and back to Western suppliers, as rising labour, raw material and energy costs make the world's dominant producer more...
Defiant breast cancer survivors, some with raised fists and bared surgical scars, modeled lingerie in a charity show during New York Fashion Week to raise funds to support breast cancer patients.
Fashion designer Carolina Herrera, who has dressed five first ladies and made first daughter Ivanka Trump's inaugural ball gown, says she will happily dress Melania Trump.
Jonathan Walmisley is the president of Coastguard Wanaka Lakes.
Crying is awesome as the antithesis to our manicured, screened, onscreen lives, Liz Breslin writes.
Mystery surrounds a one-night-only Fringe Festival cinematic experience in a "vanished" Dunedin movie theatre.
Ian Munro discusses excercise and its place in our children's wellbeing.
A transparently beautiful touch of the East adorns a set of jars at Olveston.