I thought love was only true in fairy tales… meant for someone else, but not for me. So goes the old song.
Upper Hutt man has been repairing books for over 50 years.
Charlie and Lola author stopped in Queenstown to talk to primary school students before festival.
Adam Dudding won the non-fiction first book award (and $2.5k) this week at the ripe old age of 46. Here's how it happened.
A queasy examination of shoplifting seen through the eyes of a shop detective, writes David Herkt.
Hungover but happy, a visiting northerner reports back after three days at the Dunedin's Writers And Readers Festival.
Franki Wood entertained her community for more than 90 years, writes Bess Manson.
New crime novel sees small-town policeman go from hunter to hunted after body found at Havelock's shoe fence.
OPINION: Whether you watch the new Netflix series or not, Anne of Green Gables is worth revisiting.
Matthew Coley's legacy was found in hand written notes on the floor of his flat.
The Wish Child wins $50,000 NZ fiction prize.
"These kids themselves can actually be heroes when it comes to saving the Earth."
Retired surgeon Henry Marsh questions our efforts to prolong life. He even has his own little suicide packet.
Why did one sensible woman let her son drop out and join a band? Because mother knows best.
Winning a $235K prize pushed NZ writer Ashleigh Young out into the world, but has the money changed things?
Review: While not entirely convincing, this debut novel deals with very human and sympathetic quandaries, writes David Herkt.
Review: The follow up to the remarkable Life and Loves of a She Devil, leaves Sarah Chandler a little disappointed.
Time travel may not be possible but we love to speculate, says science writer James Gleick
Handwritten by author JK Rowling on a postcard, it's worth nearly $50,000.
Grant Smithies packs his long-johns and balaclava for a trip south to Dunedin's Writers And Readers Festival.