A Dunedin family tells Kim Dungey about life in a converted Victorian church.
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Myrtle rust being in the news brings focus to why the Myrtaceae family matters locally. Members of this family form distinctive parts of native forest and garden alike. Well-known...
What to do in your garden this week.
The trench coat is an item of clothing with a backstory etched in war, crime, glamour and drama.
Sandwiches have been around since the 1700s and, thankfully, times have changed.
While out for coffee the other day, I had a savoury muffin and found it disappointingly salty. Lunching at another cafe a few days earlier, I'd had a BLT sandwich that was so salty - both the bread...
The allure of the unknown and the intrigue of the exotic have been influential in fashion design since the inception of clothing, Amy Parsons-King discovers when talking to Madelyn Shaw, of the Smithsonian Institution.
It is no secret that I am rather fond of riesling, so as I sat down to this collection with Messrs Collins and McLaren I was certainly looking forward to what lay ahead.
This recipe is one I found many years ago in an old French cookbook. I love the array of humble ingredients, which when combined with the fragrant baked quince make a spectacular dessert.
Ask a Chef reveals the secrets of those superb dishes you ate in cafes and restaurants and wanted to try yourself.
Chiang Mai, in Thailand’s north, is famous for elephants, jungle and foreigners boasting of exceptionally high living standards.
Antony Boomer continues his Munich to Vienna adventure.
In case you missed it...trench coats are 'in' in the biggest way for winter!
If I see one more kombucha scoby advertised on the Upper Clutha Trading Post, I’m probably going to scream, writes Liz Breslin.
The path to a carbon-neutral future will require radical change and vigorous action, writes Colin Campbell-Hunt.
Environmental crusader Jane Goodall has a message for mankind: let’s fix this planet. Shane Gilchrist reports.
This month’s topic came to mind during the convergence of football and Jamie Oliver this past week, writes Kirsty Fairbairn.
Mental health groups around the world have concerns about the Netflix drama 13 Reasons Why, which many believe sensationalises suicide, writes Ian Munro.
When looking through Otago Museum’s dress and textile collection, Flynn Morris-Clarke saw something in a different light.
There are eight good reasons for the four-year gap between Matt Langley’s last album and his latest, writes Shane Gilchrist.