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Nespresso unveils new boutique in Christchurch

Premium portioned coffee company, Nespresso, will open the doors to its new immersive Boutique concept in Christchurch on Friday 17th May 2019.

Groundswell of demand for medicinal cannabis, reveals poll

Over 400,000 New Zealanders say they would definitely seek out medicinal cannabis products when they become widely available from 2020, according to a large independent survey and the first of its kind, just released.

Auckland Harbour Bridge, Auckland Museum and Sky Tower lit in support

Organisations making an everyday difference for the LGBTI+ community have been recognised at the New Zealand Rainbow Excellence Awards this afternoon. The announcement comes following the release of newly conducted research that encourages others to follow in their footsteps.

From Hamilton to Bahrain - young chef shares his secrets

Joel Miller proves no dream is too big for an aspiring chef from Hamilton, New Zealand. He now cooks for the royal family in Bahrain.

EV adventurer arrives for encore to epic global journey

A Dutch adventurer who has driven across the globe in his electric vehicle is set to begin the New Zealand leg of his three-year journey.

Cultural approaches to activity the key to tackling obesity for women

The health benefits of a physically active lifestyle are widely known and have been extensively examined. However, no such investigations have focused on New Zealand women from different ethnicities, nor on their physical activity in relation to health.

Sky Tower shines bright in support of diversity, inclusion and equality

In celebration of the New Zealand Rainbow Excellence Awards and Pink Shirt Day this Friday, SKYCITY is proud to be lighting the Sky Tower in rainbow colours.

The Babe inducted into Hall of Fame

Legendary expat-Kiwi jockey Brent Thomson, affectionately known as The Babe, has been inducted into the Australian Racing Hall of Fame.

Already a Hall of Famer in his homeland of New Zealand, Thomson began his riding career in Wanganui in 1973 as a 15-year-old.

A compelling story on issues facing women everyday

Wakes up to the blaring alarm, gets up, grabs a coffee and thinks about whether to wear the great skirt she bought at the weekend, whilst chasing the kids to get ready for school and making lunches.

Paying $6,815 for a bottle of French wine

A bottle of 2007 Maison Leroy Chambertin Grand Cru from Burgundy went under the hammer for an impressive $6,815 at The Wine Auction Room’s May live auction.