Thursday, July 18, 2019
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A sanctuary to call home

Matuku is Te Whariki’s newest release with 58 sections and continues on with the considerate previous stages of this popular development.

No bus for retirement village residents

ECan has said no to re-routing the number 44 bus service to cater for rest home residents in Mairehau and residents won't settle for a vehicle trust option

Travel: Bendigo

Rolling along the Midland Highway, an enduring beacon of creative excellence heralded my arrival into Bendigo.

Travel: Valley of the Giants

Climbing up the pegging ladder of the 58-metre-high Gloucester Tree, it’s not for the faint-hearted - you’ll have to scale 153 pegs to reach the top.

Travel: Albany coast

Four and half hours drive south of Perth, Albany has Anzac heritage braggability by the bucketload.

Travel: Invercargill’s ‘nuggety charm’

Beyond the ambitiously wide boulevards and time-worn architecture, Invercargill is a city of nuggety charm, dogged spirit and self-belief.

Travel: Fort Worth a ‘real-deal cowboy town’

The locals will tell it’s the cradle of the Old West.

Travel: St. Louis

It’s not the glitziest of Uncle Sam’s cities, but St. Louis famously prised open the American Western frontier.

Mitsubishi Outlander engineered to last

The ever-popular Mitsubishi Outlander sport utility vehicle has had a major makeover

Travel: Visiting Elvis

You could easily devote your entire time in Memphis walking in Elvis Presley’s footsteps, whether it be shopping at his clothier of choice, Lansky’s, or chomping down on fried peanut butter and banana sandwiches at Arcade Restaurant.