Five of the most common exercise mistakes, and easy ways to fix them.
It's healthy, it's simple and best of all - it's delicious.
Beethoven Algar had just made his debut for Wellington when World War I forced him to swap a rugby ball for a camel.
This easy dish makes for the perfect light dinner and will do you nicely for lunch at work the next day too.
How hot should your coffee be?
Does a man who asks for an 80-degree latte care what a barista thinks about coffee?
Celebrating the start of the grape harvest, watching hot air balloons drift through the sky and walking among Martinborough's vineyards will be top of mind for visitors to the Wairarapa this weekend.
Mother and daughter Nikki and Jordan Shearer are thriving on the pressure-cooker show MasterChef New Zealand.
I tramped the Routeburn track, and it was too still. There weren't sounds that should have been interrupting the peace.
A former Chinese takeaway has been turned into a light-filled diner on a corner street in sunny Berhampore.
This easy but satisfying chowder can be knocked up in less than half an hour.
A bike shop in a bland commercial strip is not where you'd normally expect to find good coffee, but visit the iRide store on Thorndon Quay and you'll find, in a sunny corner of the premises, the small but pleasant Pura Vida Cafe
Cannons Creek shops are now home to a one-of-a-kind piece of art.
Porirua has good reason for a party next year. In October 2015, Porirua will have been a city for 50 years.
This sauce will be smeared on pizzas, flipped through pasta, dolloped into casseroles and simmered with mince.
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Wellington Museums Trust exhibitions and collections manager David Waller talks about art, travelling and Winston Churchill.
Lower Hutt's Dowse Museum is playing a big role in the New Zealand Festival's On The Road acts.
Coffee aficionados are taking the drink to new heights in the quest for a great cuppa.
Maori version of childhood classic
Te Kahureremoa Taumata is proud to present the translated version of Where the Wild Things Are at NZ Festival's Writers Week.
On the agenda for New Zealand women
On International Women's Day, we look at what drives Kiwi women - and talk to some of those leading the way.
Ladies who lunch might find it feral, but David Burton has a good feed.
Ruth Pretty makes shares two of her favourite traditional Kiwi recipes - pikelets and scones.
Victoria University's new vice-chancellor loves the outdoors, trained as a vet and is interested in exotic dung beetles.
Sydney St in Thorndon was a mighty street in the heart of New Zealand's Government until fire cut it in two.
OPINION: What do a sea butterfly living in the Arctic, the Island Bay sea wall and a company called Anadarko have in common?
Running Writers Week, Kathryn Carmody is in a great position to encourage the next generation of bibliophiles.
This wheat-free, dairy-free twist on the classic big burger is almost too good to be true.
Father was chasing before Manasa's accident
Massey University veterinary surgeons in Palmerston North spent several hours this afternoon operating on a young red panda from Wellington Zoo.
OPINION: There's a war raging. A beer war.
Learn how to make homemade yoghurt, then use it in this deliciously moist berry loaf.
Wellington's coffee is rated among the best in the world.
To beer or not to beer will be the question in Martinborough this weekend.
Kerry Prendergast, who has been part for the NZ Festival team since 1994, tell us what makes the event unique.
OPINION: I've sometimes horrified my boyfriend by taking the car on a short trip I could have walked.
There is a lot that goes on behind the scenes of the New Zealand Festival - and Nick Kyle is the man in charge of most of it.
He calls himself a 'veteran up-and-comer', but Liam Finn has shared stages with the world's best and is about to release his third solo album.
Midland Park will be bustling more than usual during the NZ Festival, with a radio show broadcast to those in the park.
An enormous selection of craft beer, great burgers and a cosy setting make Bruhaus a top spot.
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How the cable car became a star attraction
For more than a century, Kelburn's cable car has been the suburb's most popular route into town, reports Tom Hunt.
Hunting, fishing, foraging and cooking came together for Bill Manson in a wild food event spreading across the world.
David Burton enjoys sampling a top cafe's foray into cooked food.
It's the weather rather than his age that's worrying Ben Mitchell before today's Karapoti Classic.
The misspelt Majoribanks St prompted Wellington's folk music scene and "fancy" coffee.
Thirty years ago Gaylene Preston was an unknown film-maker when she made her first feature-length movie.
Ginette McDonald talks about nuns, acting and living by the sea.
Bring a little bit of Italy to your next meat dish with this spicy and versatile Mediterranean-inspired sauce.
A lust for rare teas and plenty of dumpster diving will be on the menu of our future, experts predict.
Designer Ben Hoyle has again clinched a major award at the Ellerslie International Flower Show.
Twelve young dancers are on their toes with six metre-high puppets in a New Zealand Festival show.
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