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Wellington Zoo leads way for animal welfare with new team

Wellington Zoo is leading the way for animal welfare with the country’s first Animal Science Team. Led by Animal Science Manager Simon Eyre, the team includes two new roles: Animal Welfare Advisor and Nutrition Advisor.

Significant consequences of bubble wrapping our kids - study

Do you remember how you used to play as a child? Unstructured, often unattended, free play? These days our children’s lives are so full of schedules, routines, demands and responsibilities.

When do our children get the chance just to be kids?

Wine matching with asparagus

Fresh asparagus is now as much part of spring and summer as daylight saving and the Kiwi barbecue with family and friends which is great news for asparagus lovers like Sacred Hill Managing Director, David Mason.

Waikato boaties urged to stay safe at Labour weekend

Boaties are being urged to maintain a tight focus on safety ahead of the traditionally busy Labour Weekend on the Waikato region’s waterways and off the coast.

Cardrona to introduce lift pass for all seasons

Cardrona Alpine Resort has become the first alpine resort in New Zealand to introduce a lift pass for all seasons - the Gold Pass.

Wine awards reveal reasons to take another look at Riesling

Among the record number of medals awarded at this year's New World Wine Awards, the unsung hero varietal this year is Riesling. Of the 47 Rieslings entered, 38 won a medal with 35 of these coming from New Zealand vineyards.

La Sirene beer to be launched in NZ

The 2015 Pacific Beer Expo will host the launch in New Zealand of beer from the Melbourne brewery La Sirène.

Kiwi fans adapt for the boys in black

What a difference four years and a hemisphere can make; New Zealand fans will be waiting until the last moment, tucking into a kiwi fry-up and watching games in their pyjamas.

Two legs good, four legs better?

Victoria University of Wellington Professor David Harper has challenged the view that humans stand above other species.

Oily Rag: Friends of the Home

Jacqui from Block House Bay was rummaging recently and came across a bunch of old newsletters from ‘Friends of the Home’. They dated back to 1976, but since good oily rag ideas never age, this week we though we would reproduce some of the tips from those newsletters.

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