It's time to spring clean the garden! This is an ideal time of year to look at your garden with fresh eyes and a good opportunity to revitalise things.
Life & Style
We all know that food high in sugars, fats and salt are not good for us. Yet, as a community we keep buying it and eating it in ever larger portions.
While you sleep, your money might be doing evil. But it doesn't have to be that way. Tom McKinlay reports.
Here I am in the Cook Islands, sans economist.
A health scare prompts Pam Jones to speak of the benefits of mammograms and how women can help improve their odds in the fight against breast cancer.
It’s time we were thinking about ethical electricity.
Unlike the young of other species our little newborn can’t move to Mum or cling to her to get around.
When it comes to fishing tales, Otago Museum has a whopper, writes Emma Burns.
I didn’t think I would be particularly interested in the Rio Olympic Games.
Singing is the result of a phenomenal piece of machinery, writes Shane Gilchrist.
A Dunedin deli whose workers are encouraged to ''push themselves'' is gaining national recognition with some award-winning pork products.
There might still be time to ski Venezuela. Then again, there might not.
For Inuit activist and writer Sheila Watt-Cloutier, climate change is a very personal challenge, writes Tom McKinlay.
New Zealand’s best young choirs build to a crescendo in Dunedin this weekend, yet the effects of their singing are likely to reverberate longer, writes Shane Gilchrist.
The lipstick’s thick but not everyone’s smiling at New Zealand Fashion Week.
Amy Parsons-King picks a few favourites from New Zealand Fashion Week.
A new national disability strategy has something important to say to all of us, those living with disability tell Bruce Munro.
French fashion designer Sonia Rykiel, who inspired female self-empowerment through her tongue-in-cheek style, has died, aged 86.
There are weeds that have well-behaved relatives. Gillian Vine looks at alstroemerias.
What to do in your garden this week.