Life & Style

Who's the mommy?

While the rest of the world freaks out over this gorgeous trio, we say who cares which one's the mum, just give us their beauty secrets.

Rise of beauty entrepreneurs

Beauty is a billion dollar business in New Zealand, and it's bred a new generation of entrepreneurs.

Relearning the art of eating

'We have to find a way to want to eat what's good for us.'

Orange marmalade fried ice-cream

After a lucky ice-cream? Try this creation in time for the Chinese New Year.

A pool cabana is just the start

Game, set, match - it's playtime for grown-ups at this Wanaka property, where the focus is on fun.

Review: Muse on Allen a five star experience

Everything is lining up nicely at Wellington's Muse on Allen - the wine, the service, the food and at last the decor.

Dessert for coffee-lovers

Coffee is the hero in these luscious desserts.

We do like to dine beside seaside

Is this the right way to eat meat?

Playboy ditches nudes

Playboy has gone Suitable For Work, sort of, and for the first time we could show you what's inside.

Fashion icon supports Assange

Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood reveals she visits 'incredible' Wikileaks founder Julian Assange every month.

Changes afoot at Hokonui Fashion Design Awards

Le Bon: I am unphotogenic

Kate Sylvester heading south

Her name is "synonymous with style," and her latest collection will be on show at iD Dunedin Fashion Week.

Rare cars attract big money

It seems that not everyone is strapped for cash in the weeks after Christmas.

The car 007 really drove

The Vantage is an oldie but still oh-so-good - even without the James Bond references.

'Get off my drive!'

Ute first to get VW emissions fix

Is this huge car price a record?

Exchange rates and auction locations mean the title of the most expensive car ever sold at auction is up for debate.

David Bowie poster reissued

US library association reissues throwback poster following the death of David Bowie.

Joelle Thomson: the best books I never wrote

Wine writer Joelle Thomson shares her favourite books

Reviews: House of Robots, A Mindfulness Guide for the Frazzled and more

Theroux 'proud' of famous family

Star Trek sex book reveals all

I really started noticing in my teens, says author on "playful sophisticated maturity" of Star Trek.

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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