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Meet food, it's your new bestie
Meet food, it's your new bestie

COMMENT: Having a good relationship with food means we can cope with the randomness. And that's worth cultivating.

The truth about people-pleasers

OPINION: Relationship expert Jill Goldson explains what's behind the drive of a people-pleaser.

How exhaustion can be paralysing

Modern life has been good to us, bounteous even. Simulcast Game of Thrones season six, Segways, upside down hanging plants…

Steve Braunias: Bad times at Burger Fuel

The man who ate Lincoln Road, chomps on a soggy beef burger and okay fries at Burger Fuel.

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'NZ Airbnb host stole my husband' 'NZ Airbnb host stole my husband'

A tourist has warned of the perils of Airbnb after…

Forget tradition, grooms help choose the dress Forget tradition, grooms help choose the dress

Tradition has it that brides should keep their wedding…

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What's the best way to deal with trauma?
What's the best way to deal with trauma?

Do you have to have therapy to address past trauma in order to recover from depression and anxiety? Given this is a column…

The rules for dining out with kids
The rules for dining out with kids

OPINION: Shelley Bridgeman outlines the dos and don'ts of dining out with children.

Emily Writes: 'Shareable' parenting wisdom
Emily Writes: 'Shareable' parenting wisdom

OPINION: Emily Writes' most 'shareable' wisdom about children and parenting.

Louise Thompson: Junk food for the mind
Louise Thompson: Junk food for the mind

As a wellness professionaI I am super-passionate about what I call four-dimensional wellbeing. I see many people who are…

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Matt Heath: Are New Zealanders fatter than Americans?

Matt Heath: Are New Zealanders fatter than Americans?

COMMENT: Sure, obesity increases the risks of heart disease, diabetes and sore ankles. But if something is going to kill you, it might as well taste good.

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Deborah Hill Cone: Covertly cool Bronagh has me girl-crushing

Deborah Hill Cone: Covertly cool Bronagh has me girl-crushing

COMMENT: I rather shocked myself by thinking maybe I rather admire Bronagh Key. I know! Wacky! But please keep reading.

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Niki Bezzant: Swap twilight for highlights

Niki Bezzant: Swap twilight for highlights

COMMENT: If the fit, strong-looking people in their 60s and 70s I see there are anything to go by, it's never too late to start getting strong.

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Wendyl Nissen: Frozen snapper that won't leave you cold

Wendyl Nissen: Frozen snapper that won't leave you cold

COMMENT: I love fish and I believe that fresh is best. This offering is new to the supermarket freezers and packaged to catch your eye.

Steve Braunias: The man who ate Lincoln Rd rates Burger King

Steve Braunias: The man who ate Lincoln Rd rates Burger King

The man who ate Lincoln Rd rates a strange offering from BK, and pits the burger chain against McDonald's.

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Jill Goldson: 60 minutes saga - the emotional toll on mother

Jill Goldson: 60 minutes saga - the emotional toll on mother

COMMENT: Faulkner child abduction case draws attention to Lebanese child custody laws stacked in favour of men.

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Megan Nicol Reed: How being selfish is now a virtue

Megan Nicol Reed: How being selfish is now a virtue

Each week Megan Nicol Reed talks through what's on all of our minds.

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Kyle MacDonald: How depression impacts motivation

Kyle MacDonald: How depression impacts motivation

"In a previous column you listed a series of indicators of depression but you didn't talk about the way depression destroys motivation. Surely that is a key indicator?" Curious Motivation may very well be one of the…

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Shelley Bridgeman: My adventures at Auckland International Airport

Shelley Bridgeman: My adventures at Auckland International Airport

OPINION: When you're not a seasoned traveller, airports can be daunting. Shelley Bridgeman shares the joys and annoyances she discovered recently.

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Emily Writes: Parenting intentions versus realities

Emily Writes: Parenting intentions versus realities

OPINION: Emily Writes knows how hard it is to go against how you want to do things as a parent. Here she explains why sometimes, for your own wellbeing, you have to.

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