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Wings of desire: New Zealand birds like you've never seen them before.
Japanese street food comes to Kingsland and it's yum yum, writes Kim Knight.
A new voice will be calling All Blacks matches at the RWC. What difference will he make?
Gregory O'Brien, artist , poet, and writer, goes north with painter Noel McKenna.
Music is more than entertainment at NZ's only music therapy centre.
NZ author reveals the link between reading and how the USA plans future prisons.
Nineteen months after surgery for prostate cancer, Simon Wilson confronts the next steps.
New York Times: When you're friend becomes a royal, "nothing changes".
New York Times: Newly released Barbie raises concerns about cultural appropriation.
New York Times: "They could start by admitting that a woman invented the game."
Probably great when you first met, how can you reignite it in a long term relationship?
Are you confused about what your doctor's advised about measles? Beck Vass is.
Friends who met while in the depths of substance addiction release second album.
Comment: Health code obliges providers, alternative or not, to fully inform consumers.
New York Times: The predominant effects are cosmetic. The consequences are emotional.
New York Times: Coughing, fatigue and shortness of breath are warning signs.
New York Times: Does guzzling diet soft-drinks really lead to an early demise?
Could living without mirrors be the best thing for self esteem and self realisation?
COMMENT: Does an overall higher well-being, paradoxically, make life worse for some?
COMMENT: When you're 20 a hangover lasts half a day. At 40 it's half a week.
COMMENT: Money plays an important part in our access to safe and healthy food.
New York Times: Germans love to get naked. They've been getting naked in public for years.
Good food can elevate a bad space - and vice versa.
Kevin McCloud ton 20 years of Grand Designs and the TV show's influence.
This little Epsom eatery offers a cosy experience and simple food.
Could landscape architects be the climate change warriors who save us from rising seas?
Canvas columnist Ashleigh Young on the Hand sculpture, in Wellington.
Artist Dick Frizzell on creating a one-man niche for himself and his art.
New York Times: Generational shift happening in the corridors of power. What does it mean?
Lee Suckling: How to invite a friend over in a safe, polite, and non-creepy way.
New York Times: The star clues us in on her beauty rituals.
Angry about the measles outbreak? Be careful where you target it, writes Kyle MacDonald.
Times: Sunbathing today is a bit like smoking was 30 years ago. Foolish but still 'cool'.
New York Times: One family's genetics could illuminate how sleeps works for rest of us.
Financial Times: Great British Bake Off judge on why we should eat more cake.
"My son cried. I felt bad but not bad enough," writes Beck Vass.
Sticking to a weekly workout is tough. Could a 30 day yoga challenge be the answer?
When it comes to dairy we should take a big-picture view, says Niki Bezzant.
COMMENT: Fruit in schools is helping keep kids healthy.
Go beyond tom yum and try the Thai "taco" at a suburban eatery with flair and flavour.
Greg Bruce tries matched betting and appears to make a killing, but at what cost?
Steve Braunias has a hunger for a good deed.
Daddy's home - the photographs revealing days in the lives of stay-at-home dads.
Chef Margot Henderson: "I'd probably spend my last tenner on a nice piece of cheese".
It took 10 years for Kirsten Warner's debut novel to appear, a bigger fight was to come.
New York Times: Patients confronting therapists with a fresh pile of useful challenges.
As a gay man, the headlines going around the world today make my heart sink.
New York Times: The experts answer one of the great philosophical questions.
When was the last time a man opened up to you and told you how he's really feeling?
Times: Love living alone and don't date? Welcome to the single-positive revolution.
And a warning to those who like to vape during sex, writes Lee Suckling.
New York Times: Scientists debate long-term effects of Low-carb, high-fat eating.
This toy had been in our lives just five minutes and I already hated it.
Financial Times: Why getting to know a partner at work has many advantages.
Financial Times: The culture of single-use clothing is disgustingly high.
New York Times: Malnutrition case in Australia stirs debate about vegan diets for babies.
An alarming number of Kiwis are deficient in iron.
Busy mum Megan Wood tries HIIPA, a workout trend that requires no extra time in your day.
Lee Suckling explains why sharing bank accounts is avoided by young couples.
COMMENT: We need more transparency.