Article by Kim Fulton - News Service regional reporter
New Zealand families are getting in on an increasingly popular summer activity dubbed "gramping".
Gramping is the term given for young children and grandparents camping while the parents come and go according to their work demands.
Department of Conservation media advisor Leigh-Anne Wiig said it seemed to be happening more as parents often had to work and didn't have enough annual leave to cover the entire school holidays. Read more ...