Lauren Wells recently did a photoshoot with the gorgeous Jessica Reeves, showcasing not only her make-up skills but also her budding photography ones!
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Otago Farmers Market won people’s choice in a recent national competition so Rebecca Fox and photographer Craig Baxter went along to find out why people are so enthusiastic about the market.
Happiness is subjective.
I'm a great fan of sticky date puddings and cakes. However, when topped with toffee sauce, which is the norm, they can be tooth-achingly sweet.
Ask a Chef reveals the secrets of those superb dishes you ate in cafes and restaurants and wanted to try yourself.
You exchange daily chit-chat, the odd joke and they know what you want before you ask, but what do you actually know about the person who makes your coffee every day?
The annual grape harvest has recently come to a close in Central Otago. I think that most viticulturists and growers would admit this year has been a challenging and complicated one with a sunny...
The classic combination of rhubarb and apple always works and when combined with this buttery almond filling, it makes a stunning dessert or even a decadent afternoon tea.
Despite an inauspicious start, Gillian Vine fell in love with Paris.
Carla Fendi, one of the five Italian sisters who transformed their parents' small leather workshop into an international luxury fashion powerhouse, has died at the age of 79.
Darkness abides at the moment, globally and in the personal lives of friends, where things are awful and I don’t know how to fix them, writes Lisa Scott.
Neither Donald Trump nor the market have the answers to addressing climate change, writes Colin Campbell-Hunt.
Controversial series 13 Reasons Why has set the teenage world on fire. Pam Jones provides a parent's perspective.
Track pants aren't just for lounging around the house in, writes Amy Parsons-King.
She was a star at 16, and David Bowie called her the sound of tomorrow. Four years on, the singer-songwriter is aiming even higher, Tom Lamont, of The Observer writes.
From bedroom recordings to international music festivals, Dunedin guitar-slinger, singer and songwriter Kane Strang is poised for another great leap, writes Shane Gilchrist.
Is busyness the new status symbol, Jan Aitken wonders.
The latest offering from Black Grace aims to provide some beauty in troubled times, writes Shane Gilchrist.
Communication is important in any relationship, writes parenting coumnist Ian Munro.
More than 140 years old, A History of the Birds of New Zealand provides an intriguing glimpse into our history, writes Peter Sime.