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Award winning report puts spotlight on the city’s pre-1930s character areas

Wellington City Council and consultants Boffa Miskell have won a major award for their joint work on a recently-released review of inner-city residential areas characterised by pre-1930s houses.

Our Garden of Earthly Delights coming to Taupo Museum

Freelance artist and graphic designer Lianne Adams brings her unique, bespoke pieces to Taupō Museum, melding together strands of computer-based design and traditional art.

Moroney duo head Derby market

Mike Moroney is in a strong position going into Saturday’s Gr.1 Australian Derby (2400m) at Randwick with the two favoured runners in Arrogant and Chapada.

Kiwi's dinner habits revealed - Study

Kiwi cooks like to listen to music, hit the vino, watch tv and dance while making dinner, but those who do switch on the box while working their magic in the kitchen, are more likely to have to apologise for what they serve, according to new research.

Follow the rules and keep safe while hunting - DOC

The deer ‘roar’ is underway and the Department of Conservation (DOC) is urging thousands of hunters descending on public conservation land to keep safe. reveals best value destinations and how to book like a boss

With thousands of Kiwis set to hit the skies in the coming weeks, has revealed when, where and how to book to make your money - and air miles - go further this Easter.

First major NZ exercise conference in Christchurch for 15 years

The phenomenal growth of boutique fitness studios as well as specialist classes such as aqua and spin will be among the topics discussed at the FitEx-Lite conference in Christchurch next month.

Wooing Tree vineyard village moves to next phase

Development of the highly-anticipated vineyard village at Wooing Tree Vineyard in Cromwell moves into its next phase, with the land going on the market.

Final assignment for Princess Kereru

The Ken and Bev Kelso and Mark Donoghue-trained Princess Kereru will have one final assignment to cap off what has been an outstanding season for the five-year-old sprinter.

Passion pays off for Algies

Just over two years ago, Jacksstar suffered a tendon injury when finishing third in the Gr.1 Auckland Cup (3200m). For most five-year-old geldings that would have been the end of their career, but not for "Jack", the recent winner of the Gr.2 City of Palmerston North Awapuni Gold Cup (2000m).