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Paekākāriki is known for being liberal. But not when it came to Alex and Sara's wedding.
Kerry McGrath just wants to get on the road again, but cancer keeps throwing up roadblocks.
We're loving these beautiful, and very practical, textiles born in The Jungalow.
'Is this the best ever tiny house?' we asked when this guy built his last place. This one is even better.
Meet the young chef bringing a fresh taste of his heritage to the capital.
Turmeric and beetroot lattes are trendy and tasty but aren't a miracle health cure.
Yes, it is possible to cheat on your partner without laying a hand on anyone else.
Theo Papouis from Wellington's Oikos shares his recipe for ravioles kypriakes.
An innovative bookshelf helps create a perfect escape route for the shy cats in this New York home.
One man's dream led to a holiday spot now enjoyed by generations.
This new father was surprised, and somewhat dismayed, by how much having a kid changed his life.
Whatever your favourite spring flower, make room in your garden for these six harbingers of the new season.
Much of the concern about spelling is from the insecure. The prime example is the social media troll.
Cheap, kid-friendly school lunches are not just a dream.
Losing weight is hard, but keeping it off can be even harder. Here's how to stay on track.
Havelock's Slip Inn serves up a waterfront view with plenty of entertainment from the nearby boat ramp.
An 'udder' stool' made from recycled milk bottles is just one of the finalists in Best Design Awards.
Mum not impressed by wedding invitation suggesting she feed her baby in the ladies room.
Jose became part of our family when he was abandoned by his old owners.
In the latest in the Chop Chop video series, Cuisine's Ginny Grant shares an easy way to liven up fish.
If your house isn't your 'forever home' think twice about before adding that swimming pool, say real estate agents.
Rumour has it a royal engagement is imminent, but can Meghan Markle handle life inside "the Firm"?
Refreshing, quick and perfect for the warmer months.
The rockers reveal their unusually close relationship with Prince Harry.
Should the bach be the place for cast-offs? Maybe not.
Organisers have stripped Miss Turkey 2017 of her crown over a social media posting that was deemed "unacceptable".
The owner of this treasure-filled Mt Maunganui home describes herself as the Imelda Marcos of furniture
Businesses can turn disgruntled customers into happy ones by fixing problems and listening to feedback, says Erin Reilly.
Including money in everyday conversations is a great way to encourage good money habits.
Wellington-based arts festival was the first of its kind when it began in 1986.