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Giesen Wines has 'NZ's best organic chardonnay'

Marlborough: For the second year in a row, Giesen Wines is celebrating being awarded Champion Chardonnay at the New Zealand Organic Wine Awards.

Identities lost and found

Rosetta Allan’s new novel The Unreliable People, set in Russia and Kazakhstan, has just been launched.

SmartStart could save the wait for baby Sussex’s name - DIA

Rivaling the excitement of baby Sussex’s arrival, is the anticipation of waiting to hear what the newest royal will be named.

Beefeater aiming for Queensland glory

Hunterville farmers Christopher and Susanna Grace have experienced plenty of success as owners in Australia, with Group One-winning mare Shillelagh leading the charge, and they are hoping Beefeater can carry their green and yellow colours to glory across the Tasman in the coming months.

Three South Auckland orchestra and choirs ‘In Paradisum’

An orchestra and two choirs based in South Auckland will join forces for the first time ‘In Paradisum’ (‘Into Paradise’) for one of the most widely-loved choral-orchestral works.

Monteith's launches new West Coast IPA and Doppelbock

Monteith’s Brewing Co. today launched two new delicious brews to wet beer aficionados’ whistles this winter, a West Coast IPA and a Doppelbock.

Auckland Writers Festival presents Arundhati Roy

One week out from launching its annual six-day event on 13 May, the Auckland Writers Festival Waituhi o Tāmaki is delighted to announce that it will host a special event with internationally acclaimed Indian writer Arundhati Roy on Wednesday 17 July.

More Ballymore Stables hopes in Queensland

Ruby Armani and Za Za Gabor are to join three stablemates at the Queensland Winter Carnival.

Upcoming workshop - Researching the history of your house

A free workshop for people wanting to learn how to research the social, architectural and ownership history of their houses will be held on May 18 (10am-1pm) at Tauranga’s Greerton Library.

Inspiring Kiwi speakers share 'bouncing back' advice

Leading Kiwi psychologist Nigel Latta, author Lisa O’Neill and All Blacks Manager-Leadership, Gilbert Enoka are coming together to help Auckland’s young people learn how to fight stress and build resilience at ‘Bouncing Back’ - an event to be held tonight at 5.30pm at SKYCITY.