Sunday, November 19, 2017
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Holden covers bases with Astra sedan

Sedan body style extends Holden's coverage in the mid-size car market

Watch: Pops Choir sing their way to China

Their artistic director calls them the choir with 'big gigantic hearts'. Pops Choir was formed as a way to help heal the earthquake battered souls of Christchurch. And now they have had a very special invitation to perform in China after a 'Beatles' like reaction at one of their performances.

A Gold Coast retreat

Charlotte Smulders journeys to Gwinganna Lifestyle Retreat on the Gold Coast, a million miles from the stresses of daily life.

Watch: Cup Day’s popular body art competition

The popular body art competition was once again a hit at Cup Day 2017.

Watch: Cup Day fashion ‘it looks like a tapestry’

Charlotte and Kate from Style Christchurch are back with their critique of the winners from Cup Day best dressed, and safe to say Gordo and Charlotte erm . . very much do not to agree in this one!

Watch: Cup Day fashion critique ‘we’re not in the Outback”

Gordo doesn't know a lot about Cup Day fashion, so luckily he ran into our friends from Style magazine, Charlotte Smulders and Kate Preece. They chat about their favourites, why men should not wear hats ('we're not in the outback') and an argument over whether chaps should have their socks showing or not.

Papanui skate park sites identified, but could be years before built

Sites around Papanui have been identified for a skate park but it could be up to 12 years before anyone busts out a kickflip.

Moustache tips for ‘Movember’

Movember is once more upon us and gentlemen are to be seen sporting handlebars, walruses or elegant pencils which, love or loathe them, are not to be ignored.

Style Magazine’s Inside Word

WINE We can easily see this fitting into this year’s party season – the Moet & Chandon six pack. The cute-as-can-be mini bottles (187ml) each...

Watch: Mural fulfills wish for less ‘grey’ in a suburb

His art was some of the first to feature on broken walls in the central city following the earthquakes. Now Richard "Pops" Baker is at it again, this time painting a mural in an alleyway in a bid to turn a suburb less 'grey'.