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Hello and welcome to my final <i>Herald</i> column. Please sit down or if you're already sitting down, please stand up.
I think it was Geoffrey Chaucer, the father of English literature, who said in 1374, "All good things must come to an end".
The people of Japan have seen an increase this year in the number of giant squid being caught along their coast, writes Rhys Darby.
Last week I found myself jetting off to Australia to appear in an episode of Modern Family, writes Rhys Darby. "Being caught up in the media frenzy was quite a shock."
Pilot season puts an expectant buzz in the Los Angeles air.
The boring wonder that is Valentine's Day is nearly upon us again, Rhys Darby.
The wife and I recently celebrated our 10th wedding anniversary in Hawaii, writes Rhys Darby. I was already booked to do a show there so the timing was perfect.
I'm pleased to announce that this year I'll be attempting Everest. I mean it just seems to make sense doesn't it?
You can lose yourself for three days in giant city-within-a-city, writes Rhys Darby.
As some of you may know, in my spare time I have an avid interest in the field of cryptozoology. Perhaps you've heard of my radio show called The Cryptid Factor.
I'm writing this having gained some recent information that if believed could rock your very world.
Walking Denver's streets after a movie proves an apocalyptic experience for Rhys Darby.
Around 23 per cent of smartphone users said their most common time for shopping was during a meal, writes Rhys Darby. But wait, it gets worse - 7 per cent of those surveyed admitted to shopping online while listening to their spouse discuss work.
Halloween fever has well and truly hit the States. As far as holidays go, I think it's fair to say that it's bigger than Christmas over here, writes Rhys Darby.
What's the go with jellyfish? They're so weird and we know so little about them.
Hello and welcome to this, my 50th column for the Herald. Wow ... listen to those trumpets sounding.
Air travel is about to take another giant leap of faith. Watch out everyone, an American company is bringing back the Zeppelin.
Grab your binoculars and book your tickets because good ole Nessie's back in the news! Last week there was another sighting, writes Rhys Darby.
As adults we have to take responsibility for our possessions and that's a lesson I'm constantly re-teaching myself, writes Rhys Darby.
I took the family to the California Science Centre last week to see the space shuttle Endeavour.
It feels to me like there's a global movement being run by a secret society intent on mind-controlling our children, writes Rhys Darby.
The other day I came across the phenomenon known as competitive parenting.