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Baby language parents’ guide delights

How babies learn to talk and how parents and grandparents can assist this process is the fascinating basis for Talking Baby: Helping your child discover language, by child language specialists Margaret Maclagan and Anne Buckley.

Exercise NZ findings endorses new US research

Exercise NZ supports new research which confirms a big jump in the number of people becoming more active as summer approaches.

Public opportunity to see The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall

Aucklanders will get a chance to see The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall during a public walk in the Viaduct Harbour tomorrow afternoon.

Villa Maria takes top spot at New Zealand Wine of the Year awards

Villa Maria has been awarded the highly coveted title of New Zealand Wine of the Year with the Villa Maria Cellar Selection Hawkes Bay Syrah 2018 taking away the prestigious Wine of the Year trophy. The same wine also won Champion Syrah and Best Wine - Hawkes Bay.

Life + Limb exposes dark side of NZ's legacy in Afghanistan

Award-winning investigative team Stuff Circuit is releasing its most hard-hitting documentary yet, exposing a secret the NZ Defence Force doesn’t want Kiwis to know.

Tohorā surfacing: New public artwork set for Maclean Park

A new public artwork is set to add vibrancy to Te Uruhi/Maclean Park in Paraparaumu Beach in 2020.

Harcourt Park paddling pool opens for summer on 20 November

Upper Hutt’s popular toddlers’ paddling pool at Harcourt Park will reopen on Wednesday 20 November. The summer season will last until mid-March 2020 but may be extended if weather permits.

The paddling pool includes several water features, a splash pad, and shade sails.

Granvia ticks all the boxes in premium van segment

Toyota New Zealand’s all-new Granvia eight seat van offers European inspired styling and premium comfort along with a high level of safety features to move people in style.

Calling local artists: NPDC’s Puke Ariki needs you!

Taranaki’s local artists will take centre stage in a major exhibition spotlighting the region’s vibrant arts scene and artists at NPDC’s Puke Ariki next year.

Bugman flies in for Waiwhakareke opening event

The Bugman is flying in to help open Waiwhakareke to the public.

Dutch-born New Zealander Ruud Kleinpaste, arguably the country’s most famous insect enthusiast, will be on hand for the Waiwhakareke Open Day this Saturday (16 November).