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Lee Suckling

Lee Suckling is a Lifestyle columnist for the NZ Herald.

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  • 11 Aug, 2017 10:05am
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Love watching multiple shows at once on Netflix? Here's how to do the same with books.
  • 9 Aug, 2017 8:06am
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Being in a military couple teaches lessons people in all relationships should learn.
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  • 4 Aug, 2017 7:00am
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Lee Suckling has six crucial steps to follow to up your shaving game.
  • 2 Aug, 2017 7:55am
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To my internal disadvantage but external benefit, it keeps me trying without relent.
  • 7 Jan, 2015 7:15am
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If you're back at work this week, it's likely you're experiencing some summer holiday envy.
  • 31 Dec, 2014 9:30am
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A new year beckons, as does the pressure to improve your life. Rather than embarking on a new year's resolution list that you're destined to fail try some of these sustainable, tangible resolutions...
  • 26 Dec, 2014 10:00am
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Thanks to mags men are inundated with things they are supposed to own these days. But what about the things they shouldn't?
  • 24 Dec, 2014 9:30am
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When you come across the things that drive you nuts about the holiday season, rest assured you're not the only one out there daydreaming about January.
  • 10 Dec, 2014 1:45pm
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For the most part, the gaydolescence comes from being denied a legitimate adolescence in our teenage years, writes Lee Suckling.
  • 8 Dec, 2014 10:00am
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Lee Suckling charts the ten best royal moments of 2014.
  • 26 Nov, 2014 11:25am
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I jumped the gun and got married in early November. It was a simple affair, and while we didn't set out with this specific goal in mind, the total wedding cost came in at just under $1000.
  • 12 Nov, 2014 11:25am
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We love market disruption: it's what makes things better, more affordable, and forces inferiority out, writes Lee Suckling.
  • 5 Nov, 2014 2:25pm
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Society has always been fascinated by sex, and the internet gives us insight into previously unheard of sexual practices, portraying them as standard conduct, writes Lee Suckling.
  • 29 Oct, 2014 11:20am
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We're a culture that loves hysteria, and Halloween is a great vehicle for which people can go nuts. Is it an important celebration? Absolutely not, writes Lee Suckling.
  • 22 Oct, 2014 1:00pm
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If what might've happened at seventeen 50 years ago is now happening in our mid-twenties, are we a generation of late bloomers, or even non-bloomers?
  • 15 Oct, 2014 11:15am
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Gay engagement shouldn't be any different than straight engagement (after all, that was the point of marriage equality), but it is, writes newly engaged Lee Suckling.
  • 8 Oct, 2014 1:15pm
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If the intention is good, are they still "white" lies? You be the judge, for there are several lies, white and not-so-white, that many of us tell to get our way.
  • 24 Sep, 2014 10:10am
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You may have never heard of them, but it won't be long before their efforts are making an impression on you, too.
  • 17 Sep, 2014 9:30am
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Lee Suckling: We'll miss you, MSN Messenger
  • 10 Sep, 2014 1:25pm
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MSN Messenger, later renamed Windows Messenger, endured a slow and drawn-out death. Next month, it is finally laid to rest. Lee Suckling pays his respects.
Lee Suckling: Apple launch report
  • 10 Sep, 2014 9:10am
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Watches, phones and Bono - Herald writer Lee Suckling reports from this morning's Apple launch experience in California
  • 3 Sep, 2014 12:45pm
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The New Zealand-wide lack of civic mindedness applies to all generations, not just my own, writes Lee Suckling. How could this be prevented, you ask? We might start by teaching civics.
  • 27 Aug, 2014 2:25pm
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Without oppression or persecution, what happens to humour, wonders Lee Suckling. Share your thoughts in the comment section.
  • 20 Aug, 2014 3:40pm
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Ah, the message board. Almost primitive in internet technology, online forums have been popular since the dawn of dial-up.