Stewart Island builder's quirky DIY 'teahouse'

Allan Jones built this quirky teahouse from "odds and ends" he had tucked away over the years he worked as a builder and ...

It's really a man cave-slash-art space, he says, and the perfect spot for a cuppa.

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Yellow Wiggle Emma Watkins on stage at the Civic in Invercargill.

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Final seal hunt consigned to history

The man was first charged after a video emerged of him allegedly stabbing a baby seal in front of a friend. (File photo)

Seals have thankfully survived, but only by the skin of their teeth, following their well-organised slaughter in the 1800s. And the final cull of these marine animals wasn't that long ago.

Kāti Māmoe chief remembered video

Vaughn Fisher, left, is working with Ian Trainor to restore a sacred grave site in Orepuki after finding chief Paororo's ...

He was once the prominent chief of four Murihiku hapū but after his grave was found in tatters, Chief Paororo Toataua's descendants want to make sure he and his sacred burial site are remembered.

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Stewart Island builder's quirky DIY 'teahouse'

Allan Jones built this quirky teahouse from "odds and ends" he had tucked away over the years he worked as a builder and ...

It's really a man cave-slash-art space, he says, and the perfect spot for a cuppa.

Final seal hunt consigned to history

Seals have thankfully survived, but only by the skin of their teeth, following their well-organised slaughter in the 1800s. And the final cull of these marine animals wasn't that long ago.

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