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Dai Henwood on quitting alcohol, meditation and being buried alive
The 7 Days star was once the powder keg of Kiwi comedy. But these days, nothing soothes him like a cuppa and some meditation.
Leah McFall. on soup. Yes, really, soup
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Made-to-order: The rising popularity of fashion created especially for you
Made-to-order is the way of the future, according to some in the fashion industry. It's also the approach of some of our most exciting young designers
Deep-fried kiwifruit and Katsu curry: Six of the best cheap eats in Queenstown
Queenstown: where you can have a side of adventurous food with your tourism activities.
Paula Bennett on menopause: 'I thought I was too young and bullet-proof'
At 47, Paula Bennett thought she was too young to be going through menopause. Realising she was wrong changed everything.
The good oat: How farmers are investing in the future of plant-derived milks
Kiwis were flying their oats to Sweden to be processed, but a new Southland plant will change all that.
Recipe: Spring frittata
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How to make building a new home cheaper
New builds are more affordable for many home buyers, but the construction sector needs a shake-up for building a new house to be cheaper still.