She has a small herd of dressage horses and he has an expanding Holden collection and this modern home, which musters all the charm and character of a backcountry abode, provides space for both.
Jay and Hana Jackman have revived the glory of the '60s with their boutique Sadhana Surfboards at The Tannery.
Following in the footsteps of 42 Below, Sam and Ben Lu of New Zealand Chinese Liquor have created their own spirit to rival others in the Chinese market and beef up Kiwi cocktails, as a replacement for vodka, with its 58 per cent (ABV) strength.
The iconic '80s sandshoe brand is being revived with new styles and has teamed up with some Kiwi designers in a bid to make Commando-M footwear cool again.
"People who don't like street art are missing out on the opportunity to engage with our city in a new way." - Wongi Wilson
Artists are keen to keep the street art ball rolling long after the Rise festival ends. See what they have to say about the artworks and follow our map to catch a glimpse of every wall.
Our man in New York
A decade ago, Jack Tame left Cashmere High School bound for a career in broadcasting. Now based in New York, he travels to United States hot spots, with camera in hand.
Who, what, where, when
From new bars and restaurants to where to go for the best furniture finds, this insider guide has the latest on Christchurch's new and existing businesses.
Who, what, where, when
From new pop-up tearooms to recent changes to She Chocolat's offerings, this insider guide has the latest on Christchurch's new and existing businesses.
Ups and downs, highs and lows, what are the hits and misses in the city this month?
The rebuild is well underway, buildings are occupying empty sites and tenants are moving back into town. Daisy Seely meets the new kids on the block.
After two decades living on a property that fired her creative spirit, watercolour artist Nancy Tichborne is leaving French Farm Valley on Banks Peninsula.
The popular seaside suburb has picked itself up, dusted off the earthquake debris and is welcoming visitors again.
Yearning to go native, Avenues editor Yvonne Martin heads to the Catlins on a mini-break.
As new buildings begin to shape our city's skyline, Daisy Seely takes a look at the newcomers, starting in Victoria St, in the first of a two-part series.
The Dunn family focus firmly on the biggest race of them all, the New Zealand Cup at Addington.
Wendy Burton knows what it takes to create an award-winning World of WearableArt garment.
Yvonne Martin enters the home of World of WearableArt veteran Wendy Burton.
Spend an afternoon in the hillside suburb.
Four Christchurch residents reveal what it's like waiting for their homes to be repaired
As Christchurch homes are mended, it seems as though half the city's residents are living in temporary accommodation and the rest are waiting to move. A group of exilees make the most of living in limbo.
Where the IT crowd hangs out
Inside an eye-catching building in the CBD, innovative businesses come together over a cup of coffee and a free lunch.
How hard is it to stage a show in our city?
Rosa Shiels discusses the issues around our city's venues and how festival organisers are coping.