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Steve moved into the street just before Christmas in 1989 when we were both 14, and I’ve known him well ever since. I suppose right...

The dotterel at Whakanewha are thriving, and so too the pied stilt and oystercatchers. Prowling cats and stoats have come a cropper in the...

It’s all too easy to switch off the festive magic of the holidays.  A bit like when someone turned on the lights at a school...

The box arrives with a familiar clink and a thump every year in the days before Christmas: three red, three white, always from the...

The stump fairly thrummed as we placed our hands on its bark-stripped surface. It stands about four metres high in a patch of bush not...

A rather marvellous elephant has moved in next door. He arrived Friday and has spent his first weekend staring serenely at the puzzled looks of...

In medialand, tis the season of lists and headlines starting with “Tis the season”. Among those lists are the obligatory “word of the year”...

Would have been around 9.45pm Monday, when out of the darkness at the front of the section there came a muffled yelp and a...

In 1885 landscape painter Alfred Sharpe won a gold medal for his watercolour A Golden Eve, Waiheke Island at the New Zealand Art Students’...

The easiest way from my old house at the top of Great Barrier Road down to Enclosure Bay if I fancied a fish or...