• At home with photographer, DJ and robot-collector Braden Fastier By Stuff   -   Oct 16, 2021

    AT HOME WITH PHOTOGRAPHER, DJ AND ROBOT-COLLECTOR BRADEN FASTIER

    Fastier was hesitant to move back to New Zealand with his young family, but it allowed them to get on the property ladder.

    Family, Home
  • Dai Henwood on quitting alcohol, meditation and being buried alive By Stuff   -   Oct 16, 2021

    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.

    Star
  • The beauty of ageing without fear or shame By Stuff   -   Oct 16, 2021

    THE BEAUTY OF AGEING WITHOUT FEAR OR SHAME

    OPINION:Approaching the ageing process with curiosity allows us to enjoy it on our own terms, says Ensemble co-founder Rebecca Wadey.

    Beauty
  • Leah McFall. on soup. Yes, really, soup By Stuff   -   Oct 16, 2021

    LEAH MCFALL. ON SOUP. YES, REALLY, SOUP

    OPINION: Why does the soup course endure, unblinking, little changed, unwilling to acknowledge the times? Soup is the tuatara of the...

    Restaurant
  • Made-to-order: The rising popularity of fashion created especially for you By Stuff   -   Oct 16, 2021

    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...

    Design, Fashion
  • Paula Bennett on menopause: 'I thought I was too young and bullet-proof' By Stuff   -   Oct 16, 2021

    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.

  • Deep-fried kiwifruit and Katsu curry: Six of the best cheap eats in Queenstown By Stuff   -   Oct 16, 2021

    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.

    Food, Queenstown, Adventure
  • The good oat: How farmers are investing in the future of plant-derived milks By Stuff   -   Oct 16, 2021

    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 By Stuff   -   Oct 16, 2021

    RECIPE: SPRING FRITTATA

    Got lots of eggs? A glut of asparagus? Course you do, it's spring. So why not give this picnic-friendly creation a whirl?

  • How to make building a new home cheaper By Stuff   -   Oct 16, 2021

    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...

    Home
  • How Clarke Gayford spends his Sunday By Stuff   -   Oct 16, 2021

    HOW CLARKE GAYFORD SPENDS HIS SUNDAY

    "The whole idea of Sunday is attempting to enable Neve's mum to have a bit of a sleep in," says the TV presenter.

  • Recipe: Small batch brownies By Stuff   -   Oct 16, 2021

    RECIPE: SMALL BATCH BROWNIES

    These are cocoa-based, so are super-rich and chewy. They also come together in the time it takes to preheat the oven.

  • Recipe: Quick herby pasta By Stuff   -   Oct 16, 2021

    RECIPE: QUICK HERBY PASTA

    The minutes that it takes for the pasta to cook are more than enough time to prep and cook everything else in this dish.

    Cooking
  • What I use: Tanya Barlow chooses skincare that repairs and replenishes By Stuff   -   Oct 16, 2021

    WHAT I USE: TANYA BARLOW CHOOSES SKINCARE THAT REPAIRS AND REPLENISHES

    Nail and makeup artist Tanya Barlow has one of the best glows in the business, an inspiring joyful approach to all things beauty, and...

    Beauty, Business
  • Like the shoes she designs, Sarah Street's wardrobe is classic, adaptable and well-made By Stuff   -   Oct 16, 2021

    LIKE THE SHOES SHE DESIGNS, SARAH STREET'S WARDROBE IS CLASSIC, ADAPTABLE AND WELL-MADE

    Sarah Street's appreciation for the minimal and versatile extends from her wardrobe, through to her designs, discovers Karlya Smith.

    Design, Shoes, Wellness
  • New Zealanders are locking down their cats, for good By Stuff   -   Oct 16, 2021

    NEW ZEALANDERS ARE LOCKING DOWN THEIR CATS, FOR GOOD

    What's worse - keeping a cat indoors 24/7, or letting it roam free where it will hunt birds, and possibly be injured? Virginia Fallon...

  • Summer-ready recipes from Rick Stein By Stuff   -   Oct 16, 2021

    SUMMER-READY RECIPES FROM RICK STEIN

    From a slow-cooked vegetable dish to a variation on moules marinière and one of his mother's favourite desserts, these are all from...

    Cooking
  • Recipe: Caramelised pecan & pumpkin pudding By Stuff   -   Oct 16, 2021

    RECIPE: CARAMELISED PECAN & PUMPKIN PUDDING

    This halloween-inspired recipe is so easy to make and is super-rich in flavour, yet only subtly sweet.

  • How many times must I ask you to get vaccinated? Quite a few, it seems By Stuff   -   Oct 16, 2021

    HOW MANY TIMES MUST I ASK YOU TO GET VACCINATED? QUITE A FEW, IT SEEMS

    OPINION: Vaxathon shows how far New Zealand has come since 1975, when Telethon started.

  • The Dirt: Dunedin City councillor Sophie Barker's garden escape By Stuff   -   Oct 16, 2021

    THE DIRT: DUNEDIN CITY COUNCILLOR SOPHIE BARKER'S GARDEN ESCAPE

    Sophie Barker grew up in Larnach Castle, famed for its gardens and remains a keen gardener.

    City, Garden