Christmas means many things to many people: spiritual thanksgiving, family, giving and receiving and living traditions.

The expression ‘patience is a virtue’ comes to mind when looking at the miniature works of Nancy Graham along with the delicate works of Ann Parker and the Lansdowne lacemakers.

Sharlene Epiha is the third generation of her family to work at the iconic Tui brewery.

No excuses for not looking sharp this summer, guys; there’s a new menswear shop in Martinborough. 

Created out of a former supermarket and carpark in Greytown, The Hub is a sleek, slick 21st century development around an open plaza.

Masterton writer and music fan Karl du Fresne went on a pilgrimage to some of the places celebrated in American pop songs.

Carl and Toni of Country Life Furniture are pleased to introduce Kate Garrett as their new Curtain/Design consultant.

The world of open source “making” has arrived in the Wairarapa in the form of a high-tech laboratory designed to turn people’s ideas into real objects.

An olive tree on a bare section in Plimmerton was the unlikely inspiration for executive coach and mentor Mena Antonio to live in Wairarapa.

Ask Raewyn Wilson why she decided to become a Bach Flower practitioner and there’s no hesitation – “I wanted to help people get the benefits that I did when I was suffering.” Now she is busy doing just that from her renovated villa in Greytown.

A shop, gallery, workshop centre and music venue, Ventana Creative Collective aims at becoming Martinborough’s creative heart.

The success of Toi Wairarapa’s new base in Carterton’s High Street has only just begun, according to the Trust’s enthusiastic chair, Greg Lang.