Guardians of Lanai

MIKE MUNRO - Fairfax Media

There's place where the paths of two men intersect, where, in different centuries, both had a vision.

Death throes, low blows

Hone Harawira

OPINION: Everyone could have used some pseudoephedrine on election night.

Octavia Spencer shines on

Octavia Spencer

The expectations for Spencer since her Oscar win in 2012 are higher.

Review: The Rover

A fairly quirky film with an excellent soundtrack, but ultimately a bit too arty.

Weird words we use


Are you behind the ape ball? Do you feel your life is nothing more than a vicious circus?

Wgtn rugby's spiritual home

Rintoul St

For a century on winter Saturdays, rugby fans would stream down Rintoul St.

Records reveal soldier's path

WWI records

A suitcase filled with postcards and letters tells the the story of a young World War I soldier.

Love letters: a lost art


The story we write through love letters is a story of two souls intertwining in inky delight.

Like driving a double bed

1966 Chevrolet Pillarless Hardtop Caprice

Verna Chambers' 1966 Chevrolet Pillarless Hardtop Caprice is part of the furniture.

Stunted by Botox


New research has found that "frozen face" prevents young people from learning how to fully express their emotions.

Porn agains: Mid-life lust

Porn agains

For many who grew up before the world-wide web, the impact of internet pornography is proving profound.

Links with the land

Savannah Clement

A nine-year-old confidently outlines 100 years of family history to 150 people at her parents' bull sale.

Serenity and the city

It's hard to leave this lush Japanese hideout, but it's left us feeling relaxed and invigorated.

Cementing China connection

Leeann Watson, general manager of Canterbury Employers Chamber of Commerce

The Canterbury Chamber of Commerce signs a co-operation agreement with a Chinese business.

Tackling our 'niggling jiggle'

Amy and Jason Jeong are taking on the Stuffed no more challenge to lose weight and put a zing back in their steps.

Apartments to be built


A site currently used as a car park in Mt Eden has been earmarked as an SHA area for apartments.

Brunch: The friendly meal


Brunch has been making 'life brighter for Saturday night carousers' for over 100 years.

Striving for the best

Pip and Bruce Robinson love the docility of their herefords.

Bruce and Pip Robinson have a passion and commitment to produce top quality hereford cattle.

Kim could get Kiwi support

Kim Dotcom

I quite like Kim Dotcom. I shouldn't, but I do.

Top 5 TV picks

the blacklist

Not sure what's good on TV? The TV Guide has rounded up the five best shows this week.

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