When venting becomes harmful

If you think blowing off steam helps you feel better, think again.

If you think blowing off steam helps you feel better, think again.

Happiness in later life

The activities most found to keep people cheerful into their sixties and beyond included monthly pub lunches, joining a club, going on organised day trips and buying a new pet.

A monthly visit to the pub might be the key to happiness in later life.

13 apps for fitness at home

Barre3 features videos of workouts that you can do at home.

There's a website for your every cardio craving from Pilates to bootcamp.

Job makes doctor depressed

He's paid to help others but how does a psychologist deal with his own mental health problems?

Psychologist says he is in a much darker place than his patients.

What it takes to sail a waka

Thatcher has navigated his way around the Pacific Ocean - from New Zealand to Easter Island and Tahiti.

The story of one man’s strength of character and dedication to passing on an age-old craft.

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13 apps for fitness at home

Barre3 features videos of workouts that you can do at home.

There's a website for your every cardio craving from Pilates to bootcamp.

4 things making you fat

Not achieving your fitness goals? Blame it on these surprising weight gain contributors.

Why where you walk matters

How to beat car sickness

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Five, 10 or 15-minute workouts

The shorter amount of time you have to train, the higher the intensity must be.

Stop saying you don't have enough time to exercise - these routines will keep even the most time-poor in shape.

Kick starting a fitness business

When she started up her fitness business, Tracy Adams had four exercise bikes in her mother's garage.

Shiva Rea brought her wisdom to the Wanderlust yoga festival in Taupo for those seeking a more-centred, connected life.

The journey to find your yoga

Guru Shiva Rea says everyone can find their own personal yoga. Sarah Catherall caught up with her on her trip to New Zealand.

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Injured man grateful for help

Bobby and Judy Bartlett praise the Orepuki community for their response after he fell and broke his hip in January 2015.

It happened so fast, he was on the ground pain coursing through his body - his hip was broken.

DOC volunteer 11,000km from home

"When you're surrounded by cities and surrounded by people, you stop realising there's so much outside of the place you're in."

Christchurch Boys' High School head boy Jake Bailey gave an emotional speech from a wheelchair at the school's end of year assembly.

Secret of the speech video

Jake Bailey wrote the speech first. Then cancer gave it power and poignancy. "It was meant to be," he says.

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