Monday, February 19, 2018

Nostalgia festival growing in popularity

Take a trip down memory lane this weekend at the fifth annual Nostalgia Festival. The event, held at Ferrymead Heritage Park, was recently named as one of the fastest growing and most loved festivals in the country by Air New Zealand,

Lifestyle news

DRINK. this summer, add a flourish of sophistication to your cider experience with Monteith's Brut Cuvee and Rosee Cuvee. Both are bottled under cork and...

Understanding sunscreen

Tracey Beeby discusses a few common sunscreen concerns to ensure we are adequately protected this summer.

Inviting inquiry

Sculptor Matthew Williams invites the viewer to look through his eyes, providing clues to his artwork through title, form and material.

Latest in Christchurch fashion

International arrivals Workshop has open a beautiful new store at The Crossing with favourite Helen Cherry and Workshop denim labels stocked, as well as exciting...

Summer sounds

Ingham’s Lazy Sundays are returning to the Botanic Garden Archery Lawn every Sunday from 3.30-5pm until the end of February. Here are Style’s tips of the acts to catch.

Luxe living in January

Some of the most extravagant ways to keep cool this summer.

Advancing with technology

Whether it’s Wifi, Apps or simply clever machines, embracing modern day living is about making life easier.

Food News in January

Yes way, frosé With the hot, dry temperatures we’ve been experiencing this summer, the return of frosé is more than welcome. Frozen rosé is my...

Volvo’s XC60 hits SUV market by storm

Mid-size sport utility vehicle follows its stablemate

Win with Style this January

Every month, Style sources a range of exceptional prizes to giveaway.

Setting goals you can keep

The new year often brings with it a desire to revisit health and fitness goals and set up a plan for a great year...

Summer gardening tips

Planting at this time of year induce heat stroke on both the garden and the gardener. Craig Wilson highlights plants that will forgive you for planting them in the heat, and ways to ensure they survive.

Go to town!

The summer holiday period provides an opportunity for those that have lost touch with the city's heart to reconnect.

Eco-bach of the year winners

What does it to take to win the eco category of the New Zealand Bach of the Year Awards? Gaynor Stanley goes off-grid to The Point in Pigeon Bay to find out.

Art News

Style magazine looks at the art scene.

Vancouver Island home to Canada’s garden city

Fly into Victoria in a seaplane and experience magnificent views along the way

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.