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Heather du Plessis-Allan
Heather is an experienced journalist who has been working in Wellington for various print and broadcast media outlets for many years.
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Book review: The Friend by Sigrid Nunez
Marcus Greville from Unity Books has given 'The Friend' five stars.
Otago students to receive free drug checking
The students' association is running an O-week campaign testing drugs.
Adrian Hornsby: Vietnamese rice paper rolls
Blue Carrot Catering's Adrian Hornsby shares a recipe for rice paper rolls and talks summer produce.
Are tattoos becoming uncool?
We put the question to a tattooist of 10 years from Wellington's Cuba Street Tattoo.
Backpacker's Facebook post for farm work sparks sleazy comments
A NZ Farming Facebook post involving a 28-year-old backpacker has received a lot of attention.
Etiquette expert on queue jumpers
Good Manners Company director Anna Musson says don't be the person who pushes in.
Helen Clark weighs in on Isis teen bride's plea: 'She was groomed'
Helen Clark has weighed in on the debate over the British teenager who ran away to join the Islamic State group saying she has a right to come home. Shamima Begum...
Basketball more popular than rugby at school
Basketball has overtaken rugby as the second most popular secondary school sport.
Taranaki councillor Murray Chong on his alleged racism
Murray Chong has previously landed in hot water over alleged racist remarks.
Music review: James Irwin's take on Coastella
James Irwin is rating it the best festival in the country.
Tauranga woman fears sweetcorn
Just hearing the word sweetcorn makes Heather Murphy feel ill.
Smoking ban in cars backed by Plunket
Smoking in cars with children under 18 will be banned.
Adrian Hornsby: Easy picnic food
Adrian Hornsby from Blue Carrot Catering share tips to pack a picnic with a punch.
Waitangi: Don Brash to return to marae
Reuben Taipari has invited Don Brash to speak at Waitangi on Tuesday.
Cool New Stuff: Globelet
Aro Digital's Tim Dorrian tells about reusable cup company Globelet
Cool New Stuff: Lime Scooters
Every Monday, Tim Dorrian from Aro Digital helps bring us into the 21st Century with Cool New Stuff. Today, we talk about how the new sensation which has taken...
Book review: Etxebarri cookbook
Tilly Lloyd from Unity Books is reviewing the fabulous Etxebarri restaurant cookbook this week. Chef Bittor Arginzoniz has achieved world fame as a grill genius...
Businesses selling plastic bags face $100,000 fine
Businesses caught handing out plastic bags to customers after July 1 could face six-figure fines. The ban will apply to all new bags with plastic up to 70 microns...
Louise Nicholas: Roast Busters ringleader only 'sorry he got caught'
A victims' advocate says Roast Buster Joseph Parker is only "sorry he got caught" and his decision to speak out about the group is "all about himself" and "his music...