Life & Style

Proposing cop's Kiwi fiancé

NZer Jonathan Sammons was blown away when his partner, Constable Phil Adlem, proposed at London's Pride march.

'We both could have done better'

Mum speaks out after her son with Down syndrome is the only child excluded from a birthday party.

Bulletproof undies, anyone?

Colombian fashion designer Miguel Caballero's clothes aren't just chic, they're also made to save your life.

A local legend's raw, dark wisdom

"He was insistent, hard to say no to a dying man, so here they are, his words."

How to get a handle on time

How we choose to approach time – even as little as 15 minutes – can result in very different outcomes.

NZ's most exciting new foods

The culinary creations served up as winners of last night's Fine Food New Zealand Innovation Awards.

How to avoid the superfood trap

The word "superfood" instantly makes me suspicious.

Game of Rhones returns

It's cold out there

Tributes flow for Bill Cunningham

Rihanna, Naomi Campbell, Sarah Jessica Parker and Zac Posen were among those mourning.

Annah Stretton launches health retreat

"I've had a lightbulb moment," says the fashion designer of her new wellness venture.

Japanese vogue comes to Remuera

Bill Cunningham, dies at 87

Brexit bargains for shoppers?

Kiwi shoppers could bag a bargain on UK websites in the coming weeks, thanks to Brexit.

Subaru fastest up Goodwood

If you've driven Goodwood on Gran Turismo then you'll appreciate Olly Clark's 46.29sec real-life effort.

Plug and play in BMW's new X5

BMW's plug-in X5 and 2-series models are about to arrive in New Zealand. We unplug and play during a preview drive in Germany.

Toyota NZ turns to used electrics

Mercedes-AMG's new performance hero

Sports-racers light up Goodwood

Some of the world's most extraordinary sports-racing cars light up the 2016 Goodwood Festival of Speed.

Robert Glancy: Best books I never wrote

Robert Glancy shares his favourite books.

Reviews: A Rage For Order, As If I Were a River

Insight into the Middle East crisis; a debut novel with emotional punch.

Writing in Shanghai

Review: Shelf Life, CK Stead

Contemporary and classic illustrations

Bright and beautiful drawings from popular children's books are on display at a new exhibition.

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