Life & Style

What not to say to single mums

Empathic words from married mums are great - except when they tinged with pity.

Have you been drinking bubbles wrong?

There's a good chance you've been drinking your champagne all wrong.

Aussie: I choose Waitangi Day

OPINION: As the years have gone by NZ has never stopped amazing me, never stopped giving me reasons to be proud.

Can you really have a 'cheat day'?

Are cheat days good for your body, and what effect might they have on your overall dieting efforts?

Tron Rocks takes off

"It's the treasure hunt that keeps on giving"

Decadent delight or healthy fat?

Is Best Foods mayo really the best food for you?

The Sugar Bowl Cafe in Hamilton

Hamilton cafe The Sugar Bowl serves its locals well, with tasty contemporary fare and a good vibe.

Has coffee culture gone too far?

Review: Belgian Beer Cafe Torenhof, Christchurch

Goodbye neon, hello stripes

From crop-tops to zebra stripes, has tennis fashion finally crossed the line?

'I want to end up in Europe'

There is more to being a fashion designer than just sewing.

In defence of Melania's glam squad

Time for women to 'fem up'?

Lifelong love of fashion pays off with award

Fashion grad Ganga Patel scooped up a top award at NZ Fashion Tech's show

Reversing SUV hits and flips car

Pedal confusion is being blamed on a accident where an SUV reverses into a car and manages to flip it over.

New tech for Mustang

Revamped V8, 10-speed gearbox and trick suspension for 2018 Mustang.

Woman's home disappears from map

Irreplaceable cars stolen

Lower limit, higher road toll

Two years on since the drink-driving limit was cut, stats suggest roads are no safer.

The Exorcist author dies at 89

His screenplay about a girl possessed by a demon became a blockbuster worldwide.

Designer hunts 'killer ideas'

After designing album art for British band The Prodigy Auckland designer Nick McFarlane has written a book exploring creative processes.

In praise of older women

John Hughes movies inspire memoir

Writing the history of writers

An Auckland based writing group has celebrated its 40th anniversary with a historical book.

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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