Most gardeners are familiar with lady’s mantle, Alchemilla mollis, a herbaceous perennial often used as an edging to garden borders.
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There’s a landline buried somewhere near Richard Naish’s holiday home but no plans to connect it. Kim Dungey reports.
Veteran designer Carolina Herrera spoke about the interconnectivity of fashion and art as she was honored by a New York arts organisation for her leadership and longevity in the fashion industry.
With just a few weeks until Christmas, it's time to consider what you'll be wearing on the big day, says Amy Parsons-King.
Chef Bevan Smith shares some delicious recipes for the festive season.
Three Otago chefs are among the 12 finalists in the 2016 Silver Fern Farms Premier Selection Awards.
Cookbooks are always a great gift for those foodies in people's lives — here are a few picks from the team at Fresh.
In this week's Wine Times, Mark Henderson recommends some books about wine and wine makers, and tries out three chardonnays.
I love a good potato salad with a piquant, creamy dressing. This one ticks all the right boxes especially as the potatoes are new-season jersey bennes.
Ask a Chef reveals the secrets of those superb dishes you ate in cafes and restaurants and wanted to try yourself.
American fashion model Gigi Hadid was crowned international model of the year and designer Alexander McQueen named best British brand at the 2016 Fashion Awards on Monday night.
Eating a handful of nuts every day will help prevent premature death as well as stave off a wide variety of diseases, a new study has found.
For a leisurely look at France, barge travel is the way to go, says Gillian Vine.
Carolyn Lewis is president of the Dunedin-based Southern Ladies Kennel Association.
In today’s fast-paced world, patience is becoming a lost art, says life coach Jan Aitken.
Marie Ballagh has developed a new passion since starting her volunteer work at Orokonui Ecosanctuary: the native orchids growing there.
An uninvited guest made a memorable occasion unique, writes Rose Hudson.
While the rest of the city watches the wallpaper slowly fade, off Laings Rd, in a clearing in the forest, something strange and wonderful is happening, Lisa Scott writes.
The storied connection between cephalopod and Pacific peoples is played out still on the fringes of Otago Harbour, Bruce Munro writes.