Billy the kitty gunning 4 bunnies

So, with that, it’s onwards and upwards for 2018 – enjoy! Well, as usual I will start with a comment on the weather. Last...

Of high-goal hopes

Many a sport involving horses is referred to as ‘the sport of kings’ but, considering its right regal pedigree, polo is perhaps the most...

Cookies & Cream Dream

This slice is a little bit outrageous – I think it’s the equivalent of the Snickalicious Slice from Scrumptious, actually.

Eagle-eyed golfer still in the swing

While some of the world’s best female golfers faced tough conditions during the recent McKayson NZ Women’s Golf Open in Auckland, New Zealand selector,...

Wise counsel inspires through painful times

New Zealand’s health services, including the mental health system, have been under scrutiny this year with criticism of funding and care coming from many...

The little railway that could!

They may not work on the railroad all the livelong day, but John St Julian and Alan Carline have both been helping keep the...

On our goat

Whenever a particular Rural Living writer is asked “Whose the tart?” he replies with glee: “She is!” while gesturing to his long-suffering dining companion. However,...

Over the Gate – with Dr Rosamund Vallings

More than 20,000 New Zealanders are thought to live with the debilitating disorder, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS/ME) which has baffled experts and patients alike...

Cattle breeder in a right pickle

They say if you want something done, ask a busy woman and Ardmore farmer, Ginni Alexander is certainly testimony to that. Now the former...

A code of their own

From playing and coaching Auckland’s women to victory, claiming two World Cups with the Black Ferns and, last season, the Farah Palmer Cup for...

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