A View

St Andrews is more than a day at beach, but what a beach, writes Sarah Pollok.

NZ Herald

Day Escape: Edinburgh to St. Andrews

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We get the best insider tips from travel experts to save on that upcoming trip.

NZ Herald

Cheap and cheerful: Travel Tips

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Escape the hustle and spend the day exploring this hidden gem.

NZ Herald

Day Escape: New York to Beacon

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Home for the winter holidays? Here’s where to celebrate the best of your own backyard.

NZ Herald

New Zealand’s Best Staycations

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It's quick and easy to get the real big picture in Monterey, writes Sarah Pollok.

NZ Herald

Day Escape: San Francisco to Monterey

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Take a break, take a breather, take a trip to Brighton, writes Sarah Pollok.

NZ Herald

Day Escape: London to Brighton

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Get the best of both worlds by taking in famous cities before escaping to a hidden gem for a slice of local life.

NZ Herald

See the classics, then find their nearby hidden gems

A View

Planning a visit to Rome? Be prepared to do as the Romans do, or face a hefty fine.

NZ Herald

Rome's new tourist rules and what they mean for you

A View

He may be 74 years old but the infamous Sir Ranulph Fiennes has no plans to take life easy.

NZ Herald

The World's Greatest Explorer

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Being a tour snob risks missing out on good times, writes Sarah Pollok.

NZ Herald

I am so not a tourist

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Original Queer Eye star Carson Kressley tells Sarah Pollok about fashion, his return to television and that Netflix reboot

NZ Herald

Carson Kressley: 'I thought I had a face for radio'

A View

On the eve of the 91st Academy Awards, NZ Herald talks to the quietly achieving New Zealanders who have been winning big on the international stage and doing us proud.

NZ Herald

And the winners are...

A View

Tired of side salads? Here are some top spots that are giving plant-based plates the spotlight.

NZ Herald

Auckland's top Vegan Eats

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They say behind every great man is a woman. As it turns out, at some of the best eateries in Auckland, there's both.

NZ Herald

Made with love

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It may now be socially acceptable for a woman to work just like a man, but the idea endures that these jobs can’t come at the sacrifice of the home, and with it our partner’s dinner.

Villainesse

Honey, what's for dinner?

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An early-morning rave session isn’t everyone’s idea of a good time, but for aficionados there’s no better way to start the day.

Spinoff

A rave review: getting down at Morning People

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If you told me, in a competition for the most refined palate, I would lose to my dog, I’d be pretty sceptical.

StopPress

Pedigree and Colenso celebrate the real culinary experts

A View

Whether you write for a living, aced high school English, or can’t string prose together to save your life; writers block hits all of us. 

WeddingWise

Wedding Vow 101

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With a little preparation and some solid one liners, you can give that best man, or father of the groom a run for his money!

WeddingWise

How to ace your maid of honour speech

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Looking for a quality brew? This K road newcomer has you covered. 

WhatsGood

First Impressions:: Bestie Cafe 

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As customers increasingly turn to online stores to purchase goods, brick-and-mortar retailers are changing it up to stay alive. 

StopPress

#Trending: Shop to showroom

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With the opening of their fifth café, the kids at Eighthirty are at it again.

WhatsGood

At it again: Eight Thirty Coffee

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Get the 101 lowdown on the GDPR; what it is, who it effects and how it’s changing the data game.

StopPress

GDPR 101: Why NZ companies should care

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As someone who thinks of myself as a pretty clued-in millennial, I have to admit when it comes to LGBTQ+, I was pretty perplexed.

Debate

LGBTQ+ For Dummies

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Third-year Journalism student Sarah Pollok describes how to (not) get an easy A on that last minute assignment.

Debate

Easy A

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Whether it's a new car or trip overseas, here’s how I managed to bank some cash without becoming a total recluse.

Debate

How to save without losing friends

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It’s true, these small personal solutions do add up, just not in the way we think it does.

Debate

Canvas bags won't save the world

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Yoga is all about reaching a perfect state of peace but as it turns out, there are a lot of different ways to get there...

NZ Herald

International Yoga Day: Yoga crazes around the world

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Getting out of bed is hard enough, but when the temperature dips, it's near impossible. Warm up with these cool-weather activities.

NZ Herald

Winter Warmers

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Inspirations and aspirations; Inside the mind of infamous graffiti artist, Graham Hoete.

NZ Herald

Standing out from the crowd

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The journey is the destination on the world's best coastal road trips, writes Sarah Pollok.

NZ Herald

Coastal trips: One for the roads

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New Zealanders are predicted to spend half a billion dollars on video and computer games this year.

Idealog

Nearly 70 percent of Kiwis play video games - and their spending is solid

A View

A new campaign by Rogue Society Gin declares they have ‘made a name for themselves’ and they don't just mean figuratively.

Idealog

A Rogue by any other name

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Ever wondered why shoes don’t grow on trees? Well the team behind Allbirds did.

Idealog

All birds branches out with its latest shoe

A View

Is knowing your co-workers' salary the key to closing the gender pay gap, or just another gimmick?

Idealog

To share or not to share?

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Having a great idea for business is one thing, but bringing that idea to life? That’s where the hard work begins.

Idealog

The Race for Space

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Trends begin on the catwalk before trickling down into retail stores. Right? Wrong. 

Idealog

Digital culture and the future of fashion

A View

Restaurant owner, health guru and mother of five shares why it isn't as hard as people think to live a little healthier 

NZ Herald

Jade Temepara's Veg garden is better than yours

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William Shatner is set to bring his one-man show to Auckland. Sarah Pollok asks him what audiences should expect.

NZ Herald

William Shatner promises '100 minutes of laughter'