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If there were an Academy Award ceremony for grape varieties, the usual suspects of chardonnay, cabernet sauvignon, sauvignon blanc and the like would be vying for the gong for Best Grape in a...
Sometimes in life I like to indulge in a little food luxury and this combination ticks all the right boxes.
Ask a Chef reveals the secrets of those superb dishes you ate in cafes and restaurants and wanted to try yourself.
Former Otago Polytechnic fashion student Brittany Pooley goes back to class to take a look at this year’s COLLECTIONS/17 Graduate Fashion Show.
A Dunedin team determined to inject some fun in their lives now has a second cookbook to their names, Rebecca Fox discovers.
This year the Victoria's Secret show in Shanghai showcased top Kiwi modelling talents Georgia Fowler and former Otago student Stella Maxwell.
Brisbane is just one flight away, it’s really warm and David Loughrey went there. This is what it was like.
The raw numbers of the glycaemic index don’t tell the whole story, says Dr Kirsty Fairbairn.
Parenting columinst Ian Munro shares some advice on how to deal with adolescent children when the hormones kick in.
You know how some people get all excited about ball-kicking world cups? For Liz Breslin, the equivalent is Festivalland.
A crucial climate change tipping point may have arrived for New Zealand, writes Colin-Campbell Hunt.
Lisa Scott spends a weekend hopscotching a smorgasbord of organic connections, boutique cellar doors and foodie backblocks in Wanaka.
Building a home near Queenstown was plain sailing for a pair of British sailors. Kim Dungey reports.
Bruce Munro talks to author Stevan Eldred-Grigg about his quest to get Kiwis to ask tough questions about war.
They came for the gold but stayed for the coal. It’s a familiar refrain that echoed throughout my spring swing through Buller, writes Mike Yardley.
The inventive spark is burning bright at Otago Polytechnic as design students work on the next big invention, writes Kim Dungey.
Gillian Vine puts aside childhood prejudices and considers the merits of foxgloves.
As a four-hectare woodland garden, the Rhododendron Dell in Dunedin Botanic Garden has the space to allow larger rhododendrons to grow to their full potential.
What to do in your garden this week.