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Eye-opening new look for Tuatara

Tuatara Brewery is launching five new beers, simplifying its beer brand names and introducing a striking new packaging design showcasing the same tuatara eye that has long been an icon for the Kapiti based craft brewery, most recognisably on its bottle cap.

Easter boaties warned: Cold water reduces survival times

Maritime NZ is urging boaties to plan ahead and factor in the dangers posed by cold water and air temperatures this Easter.

Double celebration for mother-daughter graduates

Courtney Davies and her mother Johanne Kahlenberg, who both graduated today in Auckland.

Mothers and daughters share a lot. Courtney Davies and her mum Johanne Kahlenberg get the privilege of sharing graduation.

The Tauranga Home Show celebrates its 20th show

The Tauranga Home Show launches its twentieth anniversary show on the 3rd, 4th and 5th of May. This iconic exhibition has evolved over two decades into the huge exhibition we see today.

Introducing the newest member of the Xbox One family

At Xbox, we’re inspired by gamers - they’re at the center of everything we do. We’re constantly listening to your feedback and looking for new ways to provide the best value and choice in gaming.

Young Kiwi explorer about to attempt a world first

Brando Yelavich, AKA Wildboy, is at it again. The 25 year old explorer is about to attempt another world first. This May, June and July, Brando will set out to cross Australia between its widest points.

Teddy still the gold standard

It has been more than 20 years since Ready Teddy and Blyth Tait set the benchmark of what can be achieved with an off the track thoroughbred.

Coastguard urges boaties to check the basics before Easter

A few simple checks before hitting the water this Easter weekend could save boaties from a raft of problems, says Coastguard.

The advice comes after a busy summer season where Coastguard volunteers responded to a total of almost 2,000 incidents nationwide.

Local artists send uplifting message of inclusivity with street mural

At the back of Te Manawa, along Church Street, a mural with splashes of colours and a positive message is about to turn heads.

Fiji readers to benefit from libraries' book boost

Queenstown Lakes District Libraries has donated dozens of books to its counterparts in Fiji through the Pacific Libraries Project, a New Zealand-based charitable initiative.