Life & Style

Groom rescues drowning boy

The romantic photoshoot in an Ontario park took a dramatic turn.

The five-minute smokey eye

Three products, moderate skill and 300 seconds is all you need.

Al Brown wants you to feel comfortable

There is no chef - possibly no human - more concerned with your comfort than Al Brown.

Prince Harry's wild ride

Prince Harry is taken for a spin by a 5-year-old in her tiny car at the Invictus Games in Toronto.

Can parents ignore doctors?

How do healthcare providers override parents wishes when they want to make bad medical decisions for their children?

Why is bacon the hardest meat to quit?

Streaky, middle, shoulder or eye, it's hard to give up when going vegetarian, or a good reason to start eating meat again.

Food to munch with co-workers

Need to bring something to share with the other wage slaves at your work? Here are some sure-fire hits that will make you the talk of office - in the best possible way.

Look what's for dinner, dahl

Neat places to grab a morning coffee

Sweaters that make a statement

Forget slogan tees - it's time to embrace the statement sweatshirt.

Victoria Beckham's simple style

The Spice Girl turned designer has nailed the casual chic look. Here's how you can get it, too.

The Dior effect

Humble drawstring comes of age

Meghan nails 'official' outfits

Get ready for the "Meghan effect" - the actress passed her first "official" outfit tests with flying colours.

NZ's electric vehicles sales are too low

OPINION: It's time for the Government to change its stance on electric vehicles and offer financial incentives.

Little Kia has growing pains

Kia's new city-car is strong on safety and technology. But shouldn't it be fun as well?

Dyson to launch electric car by 2020

Where is your new car built?

How to sit properly when driving

Three steps to achieving the perfect driving position.

Five types of work jerk

Vile co-workers come in many different guises. Here's how to cope with five common types.

Australian Māori Party?

New York Times Twitter gaffe sees most Kiwi of political parties hailed as Australian.

Obsession and rage at centre of tale

So you want to be a writer?

Capital seeks land of literature title

Dunedin might have to give up its title of being the only City of Literature in New Zealand.

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150 years of history

2010 marks 150 years since the formation of the first militia units in Southland and Otago.

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Anzacs and beyond

We remember those who have served their country

Southland's 100-year Floods: 25 Years Later

A Flood of Memories

Take a look back at the devastating 1984 floods in the south