Review: The Daisy Theatre

The Daisy Theatre opened at the Christchurch Arts Festival on Thursday night.

The Daisy Theatre is an act of magic. The cast is comprised of inanimate objects, but they come alive.

Give the door staff a break

Jesse Wright was turned away from a bar for his facial tattoos. The 75 on his cheek refers to the year his mother was born.

OPINION: Refusing entry or service can be a difficult process. I've had punches thrown, tables thrown, been spat at and had my mother cursed to damnation.

The first stalks of spring

Rhubarb and coconut buns are perfect for lunch boxes.

The rhubarb in the garden is stirring, so here's some recipes to help you make the most of its tangy magic.

Going nuts for ... coconut

John Drew swears by coconut oil.

Cantabrians have gone crazy for all things coconut. 

Review: The Cuban

The Cuban's decor is bold and beautiful

REVIEW: The Cuban ticks a lot of boxes but the food needs work.

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Review: The Daisy Theatre

The Daisy Theatre opened at the Christchurch Arts Festival on Thursday night.

The Daisy Theatre is an act of magic. The cast is comprised of inanimate objects, but they come alive.

Review: The Cuban

REVIEW: The Cuban ticks a lot of boxes but the food needs work.

Full-flavoured food saves the day

New look RSA restaurant delivers

Cafe Chat

Cafe Chat: More cafes open

Janice Schaper has reopened Kawa Cafe in Halswell

Laneway Espresso is open and Kawa Cafe makes a post-quake comeback.

Bring on the burgers

Owner Jasper Bryant-Greene says The Last Word will expand into the shop front next door.

Whisky bar, The Last Word, is expanding its New Regent St site as Burger Fuel opens in Papanui.

Canterbury's Olympic chefs

Chef Darren Wright

Three Canterbury chefs have been named in the New Zealand Culinary Olympics team.

First birthday for Stranges Lane

Stranges Lane has been open a year and it's celebrating.

Free burgers for a year are up for grabs as Stranges Lane celebrates its first birthday this week.

Pomeroys adds a little extra

Pure Cafe Co in the Tait Building on Wooldridge Rd

Go dairy-free at Re:Start Mall or head to Sumner for deli delights.

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