Life & Style

10 ways to cut your grocery bill

If you keep overspending on your supermarket shop, here are 10 ways to cut down.

How celebs decorate for Xmas

Ever wondered how the rich and famous decorate for Xmas? Thanks to Instagram, we've got a fair idea.

Boy fat-shamed by Santa

One mall Santa is going straight to the naughty list after fat-shaming a 9-year-old during a photo shoot.

6 ways to be more likeable

Tips and tricks to make body language work in your favour.

Best & worst dressed celebrities

This week, Lady Gaga keeps it real, Adriana's leg has a mind of its own and we just can't decide on Gigi.

Adorable 3D latte art

Meet the cup of coffee that is too adorable to drink.

Why Kiwi beer drinkers are lucky

OPINION: Having seen a bit of the world this year, I've realised something: we've really got it good here.

Best baked Xmas gifts

Biggest food trends of 2016

Vogue editor shames designers

Brands who refused to dress size-16 model Ashley Graham are making a big mistake, says UK Vogue editor.

Fashion smackdown over turban

Nick Cannon claps back after Dane Cook slams his look: 'It represents my inner king'.

Gigi Hadid defends Reebok gig

Designers refuse to dress Ashley

Black on black on black

This gothic girl embraces beauty in the darkness.

NZ's top Subaru WRXs chosen

The votes have been counted and top 25 NZ versions of the iconic performance model have been chosen.

Slip-sliding in new Toyota 86

Toyota's enthusiastic little 86 sports coupe has had its first facelift, and all the revisions subtly change things for the better.

Fast and furious Ferrari racer

$9.7m Ferrari boosts quake fund

Our Top Luxury Car of 2016

We count down the best cars of the year, culminating in our Top Car on December 16.

Back country tales

A 92-page coffee table book reveals the resilience, bravery and dogged determination of NZ farmers.

JK Rowling handwritten book for sale

The Tales of Beedle the Bard is one of only six copies personally produced by the Harry Potter author.

Valley gathers to launch book

Book proceeds to quake fund

Books for PNG

A small project to get books into Papua New Guinea has grown to 100,000 of reading material a year

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150 years of history

2010 marks 150 years since the formation of the first militia units in Southland and Otago.

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Anzacs and beyond

We remember those who have served their country

Southland's 100-year Floods: 25 Years Later

A Flood of Memories

Take a look back at the devastating 1984 floods in the south