On Saturday November 5th , cyclists will converge at Shelly Bay for the 3rd Annual Wellington Need for Tweed Ride.
Two months after his journey with cancer ended, Richard (Dick) Wymer’s family will complete Round the Bridges in his memory whilst raising funds for Hospice Waikato.
The three-day Labour Weekend holiday marks the start of the summer for many Auckland boat owners.
Drawn the short straw on preparing the Christmas dinner?
Well, there’s good news for all nominated cooks with My Food Bag bringing back its popular and easy-to-prepare festive feast for 2016.
Guy Fawkes is a fun and festive occasion for the two-legged, but for dogs it can be a disturbing and scary time.
By Frank and Muriel Newman
As Labour Weekend marks the beginning of the busy boating season, so too does Safer Boating Week which runs from October 14 -21. It’s a timely reminder to encourage boaties to get prepared and check their boats, before heading out on our seas, lakes and rivers this weekend.
The first sign of summer is almost here, with the Todd Energy Aquatic Centre outdoor pools opening this weekend!
The 2016 New World Wine Awards Top 50 wines are more popular than ever with several already close to selling out just 10 days since the results were announced.
As part of Safer Boating Week (October 14-21), Maritime NZ and Regional Councils have announced eight councils will be trialing a "no excuses" policy for recreational boaties not carrying or wearing lifejackets and those who speed on the water.
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