Good is counting down to its relaunch issue and new look for 2016. But what's staying the same is the sustainable and eco-friendly ethos it stands by that's made you, the loyal readers love it from the start. Here's some facts you might not know about

Florists Gemma and Rosie from Auckland's Flora Rose Studio have put a modern spin on the traditional Christmas wreath this year, and we love the outcome.  Looking for the perfect Christmas wreath that's a little more unique to a traditional arrangement? We love the gorgeous bespoke, ready-made and completely natural

Good's editor Carolyn Enting chats to Guy Roberts, co-founder of leading Auckland hair studio Vada, on the latest hair trends, being a conscious consumer and his business' environmentally-friendly practices.  Vada is dedicated to being an environmentally conscious company. Why have you taken that stance? The environmental

Pikelets are a favourite treat to enjoy with homemade strawberry jam – and buttermilk is the secret to making them thick but also light and fluffy in texture.  Recipe Sarah Heeringa. Photography Aimee Finlay-Magne 1 1/4 cups plain white flour 2 tsp cream of tartar pinch salt 1 tsp baking

Further to her chat with Guy Roberts from Vada hair studio, Carolyn Enting asked for his ultimate summer dreaming playlist to celebrate Good's relaunch 'Dream Issue'. Further to her chat with Guy Roberts from Vada hair studio, Carolyn Enting asked for his ultimate summer dreaming playlist to celebrate Good's relaunch 'Dream Issue'. Beck – Dreams Rollerskates – Wildest Dreams Tame

A richly coloured paste with a delicate rosé flavour that is ideal for your summer cheese board.  Words and styling Sarah Heeringa. Photography Aimee FInlay-Magne 1 1/2 cups Rosé wine 5 tbsp glucose syrup 1 tbsp lemon juice 1/8 tsp citric acid 2 tbsp powdered gelatine Pour the Rosé wine and glucose

Get to know your new editor, the lovely Carolyn Enting  Where did you grow up? On a rural 2 acre block of native bush on Blue Mountains Rd, Upper Hutt with a magnificent view of the Tararua mountain range. It was a magic place to grow up. Lots

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