Life & Style

I'm not 'lucky' he helps out

Why is it so unusual to have a husband who shares the cooking, cleaning and child-rearing duties?

Hillary is back with attitude

Forget the old Hillary "pantsuits" Clinton - the new HRod is all about the black leather jacket.

Mum's outrage over name 'theft'

After her husband's ex-partner "stole" her baby name choice, this woman has appealed to the internet for support.

Top exercise for anti-ageing - study

"These things we are seeing cannot be done by any medicine," says lead researcher.

Cricketers hit the blue carpet

New Zealand's best cricketers and their partners show off their sense of style prior to the 2017 Cricket Awards.

Trying the job 'nobody wants'

Calls for a baker and cook at Alberta's cafe in Mapua have gone unanswered for ages. So what's the job really like?

Macca's sauces hit the shelves

Fans of that tasty Big Mac special sauce will soon be able to buy a bottle of it at the grocery store.

Eat a kiwi, save a kiwi

Kate Fraser's aromatic beef stew

Wowing at iD Fashion week

Wellington graduates pick up design awards at Dunedin fashion week.

Don't wear leggings on a plane

OPINION: It's not about body-shaming. Dress not for yourself but for the strangers you'll share space with.

'Obscene' Elle magazine ban

Isla Fisher laughs off wedgie pic

Managers silent on H&M rumours

Sources say H&M are Queensgate Mall's newest tenant, but its managers aren't talking.

Disbelief at hubby's car gift

A woman in the US is stunned to see a blast from the past sitting in her driveway.

NZ Fords in fire risk recall

Ford recalls nearly 1000 NZ vehicles to fix an engine fire risk as part of a worldwide fix involving nearly 400,000 vehicles.

40-years of collecting to be auctioned off

Cars, curios and a taste for yesteryear

1920s Harley reborn

Kip Marks originally found a 1920 Harley Davidson in pieces in 1998. Now it's ready to hit the road.

Going down memory lane to find a story

Renu Sikka, 50, is a primary school teacher who lives in west Auckland and is an aspiring author.

From accident to author

Tina Clough's third novel, The Chinese Proverb, hits shelves on April 6.

SAS keeping 'lid' on situation

High tea with the alt-right

War vet's daughter pens dad's biography

"Even if I didn't find a publisher, I wanted to write the story for my kids and grand kids" - North Shore author writes father's story and attracts publisher.

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