Wolfgang Kanz has to balance community and cultural issues with technical ones
In celebration of Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori, reporter Shaan Te Kani spoke to Ruth Smith, a young leader of Tairawhiti, who is a linguist, educator, composer, performer and above all, a whanau member of her marae, hapu and iwi.
For Louise Kingi of Waihirere, kapa haka is not just something she does, it's a way of life.
Gisborne massage therapist Gaylene Sayer fulfilled a lifetime dream during her 11-day trip to China.
Patients usually discuss illnesses and ailments when they go to their doctor but Justine Tyerman talks about men’s ties, fashion labels, spider webs and ladybirds, when she visits her GP, Dr Sanet Cloete
The Nurses and Midwives of Tairawhiti (NAMOT) annual awards were held on Saturday
Diets containing such non-starchy vegetables are linked to lower risk for certain cancers
With the feijoa season in full swing, Justine Tyerman put out an APB for a feijoa recipe and was treated to a cake with a syrup to match
Jill Coates talks to Justine Tyerman about an incurable illness that she never wants to recover from
Martin Gibson looks back with satisfaction at a job well done as Skin Deep Clinic’s garden spirals into control, to the delight of their patients and Cobden Street neighbours
Keep busy out in the garden as we get into winter, from planting and harvesting to stopping pests, there is lots to do
Autumn continues to be a busy time in the garden. This month it’s all about preparing your soil and filling your garden with lots of delicious cool season vegies, fruit and beautiful flowers.Summer in the garden Get that garden ready for spring Spring means feeding time Garden surrounds made from willow cuttings Kiwi ‘Christmas tree’