Chris Leadbeater makes the most of a short visit to the harbour city.
Maungaturoto, Paparoa, Pahi, Tinopai, Matakohe, Ruawai and Tokatoka are a hop, skip and a jump from each other, and Elisabeth…
It's championed as having the best smartphone camera technology on the market - Dana Johannsen puts Huawei's new P8 through…
All Patricia Greig wants is a human being to help her and her luggage get safely and sanely to their destination.
The "extra-layering" swifty has long been a cunning loophole for the low-cost passenger to exploit, writes Winston Aldworth…
Alex Robertson mulls over his lost expensive items before a victory with insurance.
For the past 24 years, David Farrier has been collecting the mini soaps and little bottles of hand cream and shampoo from every hotel he visits.
It's a no-brainer, writes Winston Aldworth - the person seated in front of you has the same right to recline their seat as you do to recline yours.
Preparing for another overseas journey, Peter Bromhead has been experiencing the inevitable onslaught of pre-flight nicks to his credit cards.
Auckland is one of 20 cities in the Lonely Planet Guide to Pride, another reach out to the queer communities by the largest travel guide publisher in the world.
Anthony Peregrine runs the rule over the many visitors you'll encounter visiting Europe in the summer.
Are selfie-sticks a dangerous annoyance or are we being too sensitive? Our travel editors take opposing sides in the argument.
The cool thing about ridesharing on your travels isn't just the savings on cash - it's the people you meet, writes Ben Stanley.
We're getting so used to imagining how cool everything will look on Facebook that we're forgetting to really look, writes Shandelle Battersby.
There are some downsides to travel writing that most people don't realise, warns Sharon Stephenson.
The airline industry hasn't got a great record on women's rights - and it has a long way to go, writes Winston Aldworth.
Aww, shucks they're good! Joining a crew of shellfish fans to feast on the plump, juicy morsels is Elisabeth Easther.
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