Canvastown steps into the past
A stage show that takes children into the world of make-believe is an eternal winner for children's theatre.
It wasn't until I was in my 20s that I started to appreciate figs. I'd been brought up on the dried variety, which were more like shoe leather than luscious fruit. Now I'm addicted to fresh figs - and this year, thankfully, our two young trees have flourished.
The annual Marlborough Regional Shakespeare Festival again brought the bard to life on Monday night at the Marlborough Girls' College hall.
The large tree was laden with the sweetest fruit I had seen, hundreds and hundreds of tennis ball-sized dark crimson red fruit.
More than 13,000 people gathered in Hagley Park in Christchurch on Saturday for New Zealand's largest one-day beer festival.
Unframed screenprints by Coromandel artist Michael Smither will fill a wall at The Diversion Gallery in Picton over Easter.
Life in Las Vegas delivers a daily dose of fun and good times
Nelson wineries are relieved the region's grape harvest has largely finished ahead of prolonged rain.
A Seddon vineyard worker has spoken of the frustration vineyard staff feel as heavy rain ruins harvest.
Interior designer Simone Hill is opening a shop called Cinnamon House on Park Terrace, in Blenheim today.
Earlier this year I wrote about a few of the herbs I use for culinary purposes, such as seasoning food.