It was a very Kiwi Christmas at today’s (Nov. 29) annual Farmers Santa Parade with Santa’s new Aotearoa-themed sleigh stealing the show.
Hawke’s Bay’s emerging fashion talents basked in the limelight this week, wowing a capacity crowd at EIT’s annual showcase of student design.
Staged in EIT’s Trades Building, fashion show was the culmination of the year’s work for ideaschool’s fashion apparel students.
Hand-made lace, innovative textiles, layering, traditional tailoring, and intricate detailing are part of the inspiring emerging designer collections chosen for next year’s iD Dunedin Fashion Week.
Orana Wildlife Park is transferring two lofty lasses, young female giraffes, from Auckland Zoo as part of the zoo-based breeding programme for these majestic animals.
The wait is over for some of the 550-plus customers who have pre-ordered the All New Ford Mustang. The first ship from the USA with New Zealand-bound Mustangs aboard docked in Auckland earlier this week.
Today’s announcement that Virgin Australia will begin direct flights from Christchurch to Rarotonga will open up a new holiday destination for Cantabrian families and couples, according to House of Travel.
People from overseas with Kiwi connections have an overwhelmingly positive view of New Zealand, according to a ‘global census’ by Kea and Colmar Brunton.
By Frank and Muriel Newman
Oily Rag gardens everywhere are bursting with vegetables; broccoli, cauliflower, and silver beet in particular. So we went looking for what readers have to say about cooking these vegetables of abundance.
Recently we asked Awapuni customers which plants they had the most difficulty growing and which they would like some advice on planting. From the many replies two plants overwhelmingly stood out coriander and watermelon.
Kiwis living overseas are prouder and more positive about New Zealand than those living here, according to a ‘global census’ by Kea and Colmar Brunton.
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