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Research finds Cantabrians appreciate a good set of teeth, yet still put off going to the dentist.
A place of retreat created in a Lyttelton backyard.
The story started with a jetboat crash and an enamel teapot, and it has forged a partnership deeply connected to Wānaka’s natural environment.
These bedroom companions may actually help boost your sleep.
Inspired by Polish salt mines, an award-winning Wānaka bathroom was created to have a “cave-like” feeling.
What’s a ‘small’ garden? Usually urban, it could be many things – a strip between front fence and veranda, a pocket-sized backyard, a courtyard or patio, or even a balcony.
Hilary Jacomb uses the remains of fast fashion and a crochet hook to create bespoke homewares.
Few localities display our pristine forests and beaches better than the deep south’s remote and ruggedly beautiful Catlins.
Who has a love hate relationship with Christmas cake?
Ever heard of paper towel that can be used up to 75 times?
The Dunedin food truck scene is a worthy addition to your summer road trip stops. We chat with two vendors about the ups and downs of food truck life.
All the right ingredients have come together for Jamie and Kade Prouting, despite their son’s dislike of cake.
The South Island is the drinks destination you didn’t know existed… until now.
Jytte Glintbory has always felt a connection to nature to support her wellbeing. After her husband had a a health scare, it led them on a journey to source top quality essential oil from around the globe.
You won’t find a coffee machine at Sue Gidden’s café and restaurant tucked away in the countryside.
Feel like it’s time you headed for the hills? Kate Preece proves a day walk is within reach for even the most sedentary among us.
From her parents’ clothing factory to London and Paris, North Canterbury’s Arlene Tipler has been on a journey to collect the knowledge she needed to launch her own label.
Climbing the corporate ladder in London, Common People’s Jodie Calder found herself torn: continue the climb, or venture into untested waters with her own fashion label? Words Shelley Robinson The series of one-way tickets through […]
Immerse yourself in majestic Fiordland, where you will find the story behind one of the country’s most beautiful areas.
When it’s time for a different look, OCULA experts – like Roberta McIlraith – will ensure your eyewear is as fabulous as you are!
Meet the Christchurch cafe recreated in just four days.
From the house that possums once inhabited through to rusted old saws, Jane Downes transforms the unlovable into the loved.
For a sweet treat and a caffeine hit, these little beauties will keep you going.
Recessed into a high country station is a house made predominantly of glass, where you can tuck yourself away for views of the Mackenzie Country and its brilliant night sky.
Just outside of Queenstown is a 27km loop track dug entirely by hand. Tom O’Brien’s journey on the end of a pick mattock has led to an authentic high country experience. Words Shelley Robinson The […]
Getting an up close and personal view of Wanaka’s beauty needn’t be a strenuous ordeal. Well, as long as your battery doesn’t run out
From sunrise to sunset, visitors to the Fiordland Eco Retreat enjoy views of dramatic mountain ranges and Lake Te Anau, all from the serenity of a house nestled in the hills
Her cancer treatment took a toll on her skin. So she decided to design her own range of natural skin care products, including one product made with beer.
Heather Brown was a busy business owner. But bubbling beneath was her artist’s soul waiting to be released. She talks to Shelley Robinson about her latest exhibition and finding her ‘soul dance’
Love the pudding, now love the cookies
The recently launched Whittaker’s Cocoa Lovers Collection is Whittaker's darkest chocolate range ever.
If you see a dog sporting a leather collar adorned with crystals, cameos and studs, it is highly likely it is a Kathryn Payne original.
She is straight-talking, funny and her creative process is completely organic. Meet the jeweller for “uncommon people”.
How have NZ designers of 'slow' fashion emerged after Covid-19 lockdown?
Packed with the vitamin C needed at this time of year, beetroot is worth dressing up to encourage everyone to go for seconds, writes Kiwi Gardener's Kristina Jensen I have noticed that people (especially the […]
Fend off those brassy tones. A look at new products on the market.
Three young farmers decided to combine their organic vegetable farms and have ended up creating a thriving business in Leeston.
You may have been reaching for things in the pantry during lockdown that may have increased your stress levels. Naturopath Dee Copland has a few tips on how to tweak your diet to gain a bit more calm.
Eleven-year-old Mathilda Smulders discovered a few pros and cons to being stuck at home all day, every day, with your family.
What have you learned through the lockdown? Five Questions with Christchurch personal stylist Bibi Maber.
With chilly nights creeping in, it is the perfect time to warm up with a tasty stew.
'We stayed at home' is a three-part series of three people of different ages telling their stories of lockdown life. Want to read all stories now? Click here or grab a copy of Style magazine […]
Out in the Malvern Hills is a herd of Italian water buffalo, producing milk that is turned into mouth-watering cheeses
A special dessert treat, raw goodies at Riverside and two craft brewers cooking up something new.
It is not the first time Tess Hall, 83, has been in isolation. But things were a bit different then.
Inspired by Prime Minister's Jacinda Ardern's response during the Covid-19 lockdown, a New Zealand fashion label has named its new season coat after her.
The Locals is a three-part feature celebrating those who put their heart and soul into handcrafted goods. Want to read the series now? Read it here or grab your copy of Style magazine out now […]
By simply buying a coffee, you could pay it forward to a deserving person this week. 
Try this delicious fritter recipe made with the humble parsnip for Sunday brunch.
Caitlin Crisp started her fashion label by saying, ‘No.’
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