Fashion: Short story
Fashion: Short story

Shorts suits walk that fine line between casual and formal - perfect for a season of semi-casual events. But are they…

Interview: Francis Hooper
Interview: Francis Hooper

The fashion designer and co-owner of World, Francis Hooper, was at the Langham organising World's 25th birthday bash for…

Study judges pollies by looks
Study judges pollies by looks

If elections could be won on looks alone then Internet-Mana leader Laila Harre might just be our next PM - according to…

Army takes over Miss Uganda contest
Army takes over Miss Uganda contest

Miss Uganda organisers have unveiled a major rebranding of the annual beauty pageant, trading the glamour of the catwalk…

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Roasted nut allergy warning
Roasted nut allergy warning

Dry roasted peanuts may be more likely to trigger allergic reactions than those that are "raw", a study…

Bad at maths? You can blame your mum

Research has linked a woman's hormone levels in pregnancy with her child's maths skills at age five.

Are you a mindless meateater?

Meat eating is a complicated business - although the beef medallions and chicken breasts perfectly packaged in the supermarket…

Why 'sleeping on it' is a real thing

Got a problem? Sleep on it, goes the advice. Now new research has found our minds are more active when we might think while…

Death row dinners - bad taste?
Death row dinners - bad taste?

Inspired by the last requests of death row inmates and allowing diners to "enjoy the idea of a last…

Bite: On with the barbecue

It's not quite daylight saving but we can't wait, it's off with the barbecue cover and on with the sausies... or perhaps…

Blog: How to find the time

Gorgeous client who I will call Maggie; busy lady, juggling work and home and all that good stuff. As is really common she…

Spanking: What kids learn

With every blow, you're losing contact. Remember that the next time you raise your hand.

History of Kiwi women in song

Rachel Dawick isn't a historian but her new album The Boundary Riders is an invaluable body of work that traverses genres…

Green cloak can be put to work
Green cloak can be put to work

Throw in longer days, warmer temperatures and regular rain, stir up the soil and you have the perfect…

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