It's frightening how your whole world can come crashing down in one short phone call. For Steve and Marion Penny, one phone conversation set in motion what was to become the most challenging yet refining season of their lives.
The 2004 Boxing Day tsunami ended both her honeymoon and the life of her new husband. Yet Trisha Broadbridge lives to bring life to those who suffered similar loss. Rochelle Woods explores Trisha's extraordinary life and courage.
Signs of the Times celebrates 120 years of continuous publication this month. Since 1886, things have changed (at least on paper), as Alan Holman, a former Signs artist and production manager, reveals.
Over 30 years, Joy Cowley has become one of New Zealand's most prolific and successful writers of children's books, with more than 600 titles for all ages. Christine Miles reveals how her success came about.