Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Honda Civic Type R – return of a genuine legend

Hot laps at Hampton Downs motorsport track in a Honda Civic Type R

That’s so 2018!

The Style team does some crystal ball gazing to determine trends that will see you ahead of the game this year.

Food News: Grazing tables and peanut butter nutters

People are going nuts over peanut butter in their baking, plus the make-over of the humble spud.

5 ways to survive hosting Christmas

You've either drawn the short straw or like the pressure, but whatever the reason, make this Christmas better by taking stress off the menu.

New service opens from city to Hong Kong

Take the direct route to Asia on Cathay Pacific

Ben & Jerry ice cream popping up in Christchurch

Ben & Jerry's is opening in Christchurch. And it is going to be free.

Style featurette: Trying to teach polo to a reporter? It ain’t...

Charlie Wood from the Style polo team thought he would be able to teach reporter Gordon Findlater how to play. What resulted wasn't pretty but fortunately Style editor Kate Preece was on hand to bring bit of class back to the lesson.

Watch: Bet your teachers don’t dance like this

It is that heady time of year for teachers where school is nearly out and they can begin to cut loose.

Exploring life’s meaning through art

Timaru-based artist Debbie Templeton-Page uses blue stone to explore life’s meaning.

City2Surf couple tie the knot

It was fourth time lucky for Leanne Corboy and her husband Craig as they tied the knot on Saturday after cancelling their wedding three times due to a crippling illness.

Best things to do in Christchurch this weekend

The weather is forecasted to be over 30 degrees this weekend! Pack your sunscreen, sunnies, and water for these adventures below.

Subaru Levorg built to performance car values

Station wagon not disgraced when stacked up beside Impreza WRX

Taste sensations in Vancouver’s ‘hoods

Celebrated offerings in food city.

Bite-sized original plays to be staged by city’s young performers

A variety of short original plays will be performed in The Court Youth Company's end of year show Trios.

Award-winning architecture

As new buildings and restorations emerge in our city you can rest easy knowing they are setting a benchmark for architectural design in New Zealand.

The sport of kings

Champagne glasses clink in the sunshine as eight horses thunder past at speeds of up to 45km/h. A small white ball leads the pack,...

Dowsons Shoes rising back up after the quakes

The Dowsons Family have been an iconic presence in Christchurch's community, and after the earthquakes they've come back with a new model for their local business. 

Luxe Living December

Sleeping on a cloud If you have long-haul in your sights, you’ll want to check out how Singapore Airlines’ new A380 defines first class. There’s...

Review: Dark show splattered with comedy

The Canterbury Repertory Theatre's production of Arsenic and Old Lace is a dark comedy of murder, elderberry wine and family.

Rebuild leader and The Arts Centre chief executive resigns

The Arts Centre chief executive Andre Lovatt has resigned to take up a role with Auckland Airport.