20 April 2020
Try heat-free waves

Tuscany Hamel provides step-by-step instructions to get a soft wave without any heat or styling tools, giving your hair a well-earned rest

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19 April 2020
Heart of the home

For interior designer Katy Husband,  the kitchen is a busy hub full of life and love. When redesigning, she says function and beauty need to work together.

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18 April 2020
A legacy of spice

Pies and chips were a popular takeaway during the 1980s in Dunedin. But a young couple from England decided to add aromatic food to the mix, paying homage to a very special kitchen in India.

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18 April 2020
Recipe: Okonomiyaki pancake

Try this little beauty and you’ll likely have everyone lining up for seconds.

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17 April 2020
Changing the space

An elderly factory full of Vespas has been turned into a shared workspace in Christchurch, with an almost transcendental feeling due to clever design. And it all started at a rugby club in Rio de Janeiro.

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17 April 2020
Ready to open a new restaurant, then lockdown hits

Chef Hannes Bareiter was about to open a new restaurant when lockdown happened - but at least now his hens now have a new house.

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17 April 2020
Loving the local threads

It’s very easy to fall in love with the Vuittons and Guccis of the world with their exorbitant marketing budgets and global reach, but I promise, you would fall head over heels for our local designers and retailers if you only knew their story.

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16 April 2020
Architecture award finalists: Homes, tasting room and a business school

Homes with incredible views and a winery tasting room are among the shortlisted finalists for the 2020 Southern Architecture Awards.

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15 April 2020
Recipes: Walnuts for wellbeing

Time for a face mask? Or a delicious dessert? Turns out walnuts can help you with both.

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14 April 2020
Don’t compromise style to follow trends

Spending all this time at home, you may find your mind wandering to those things you would like to do to introduce a bit of change. But to trend or not to trend?

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14 April 2020
Vege patches are back in style

Been spending a bit more time in the garden? Well, some veges thrive in cooler soil temperatures, which makes it a handy time to plant if you can get some seeds at the supermarket during lockdown.

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12 April 2020
Top tips: Lockdown gardening

April is known as nature’s planting time, which is good timing for us. Here are a few top tips for what you can potter away at in the garden.

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11 April 2020
Researching the family tree during lockdown

Have you ever wanted to trace your family tree but have never had the time?

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10 April 2020
Create your own exhibition at the Christchurch Art Gallery

The originals may be out of sight but you can still enjoy the art and even create your own digital exhibition from the online collection of Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū.

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9 April 2020
The godmothers

Nurturing Dunedin’s fashion industry are five well-known designers. Meet the godmothers of iD Fashion.

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9 April 2020
Fancy a special Easter tipple?

'Naughty' smoothie ideas to make your Easter a little bit spicy.

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9 April 2020
Recipes: Solutions for superabundance

Wondering what to do with the abundant and successful tomato harvest? Here are some ideas from  Marilyn Wightman of  Kiwi Gardener magazine to cope with the volume. Capsicum & tomato salad Ingredients 4 tomatoes, sliced […]

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8 April 2020
How are you ‘beering’ up?

What do you do when you find yourself with 500 kegs and no way of getting rid of it?

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