Throughout New Zealand there are wonderful things to see and do, so wherever you choose to base yourself for your holiday you're going to have plenty of options for your bucket list. To help you choose where you want to go (and what you can do when you get there), we've picked out our classic Kiwi holiday essentials for some of our favourite regions.
Looking for budget-friendly accomodation that's perfect for the whole family? See how Manchester Unity Friendly Society is making family getaways affordable with their holiday homes.
Breastfeeding can be extremely challenging, especially if you’re a first time māmā! But remember, you don’t have to do it on your own! Whatever your breastfeeding journey looks like, BreastfeedingNZ is a safe place where you will find free support and feel empowered … welcome to the community.
Family reunions can be a joyous way to reconnect with your relatives. Whether you make it a regular occurence or just for special occasions, we've got tips to help you organise and enjoy a stress-free and memorable reunion.
Did you know your lips have the thinnest layers of skin on your whole body? Taking care of your lips during the cold season can feel nearly impossible, which is why Blistex are here to keep your lips kissable year round!
Creative kids who love to include dolls in their imaginative play will find hours of fun with Zuru Toys Sparkle Girlz doll range. See what our Junior Toy Analysts thought about these dolls.
Walk in the footsteps of the first fossil researchers to discover the earliest animal life on Earth in this large-format non-fiction picture book. With a lively mix of illustrations, comics and facts it will entrance young readers.
The Last Kids On Earth series is ideal for children 8 years and older, even reluctant readers. Jack Sullivan was an ordinary 13-year-old going to an ordinary school until the zombie apocalypse happened. Now he's a hardened warrior living in a fortified treehouse looking for his lost friends.
For over 30 years, Forest & Bird's Kiwi Conservation Club | Hakuturi Toa (KCC) has been connecting Kiwi kids to New Zealand's amazing wildlife and nurturing their interest in protecting our wild places.
Our Junior Toy Analyst, Ruby, was delighted to be able to help her favourites, PAW Patrol's Ryder and the Pups, save the day. A great toy for children who have watched and loved Paw Patrol and even those new to it.
Pull My Finger is a hilarious game that combines two of kids' favourite things - monkeys and farts! It also includes inflating bottoms and pulling the monkey's finger - how much toilet humour can our Junior Toy Reviewers handle?!
Our Junior Toy Analyst Jaxon worked hard testing out toys featuring some of his favourite things. Check out what Jaxon and his mum thought of these great new toys for active and imaginative play.
Our Junior Toy Analyst Ella enjoyed the mystery unboxing, quirky surprises and cuddly plush Puppycorns. There are 7 Puppycorns to collect including Posh the Poodlecorn, Missy the Huskycorn, and even Dotty the Rare Best-in-Show Bulldogcorn in 7 layers of surprise!
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a common, unpleasant disorder that affects the nerves and muscles of the colon or large intestine. Find out more about IBS, and effective ways to manage the often distressing symptoms.
As kids grow and develop, and start taking responsibility for themselves, they also need to know how to look after their own wellness, especially during winter.
It’s no secret that with colder temperatures comes bigger power bills! Check out these simple tips to get control of your power bill during the colder months.
It’s important as you rethink your budget that you also think about putting protections in place, should anything happen to you or your partner.
A family favourite since 1982, Rainbow's End is still providing a day of fun for all the family, with the best of the old favourites alongside some new and exciting activities. We take a look at the top five reasons why a visit to Rainbow's End needs to be on your 'must visit' list.