Words by Kelsey Waters It was a solo hiking trip along the Abel Tasman Coast Track in the middle of winter that made me fall for the South Island. The picture-perfect views and sweeping golden bays that adorn the region’s postcards feel a world away from

Recently, the LEGO group unveiled their brick prototype made from recycled plastics, the latest step in the companies journey to make LEGO products sustainable materials. The new prototype, made from PET plastic from discarded bottles, is the first brick made from a recycled material to meet

Words Nikki Addison When the Covid-19 pandemic struck in 2020 plunging New Zealand into nationwide lockdown, many of us abruptly found ourselves with a lot more time on our hands. To stay busy, we engaged in a myriad of activities. We baked, we knitted, we streamed,

Kiwi’s demand for unique Airbnb stays has surged up by 94 per cent since the start of the pandemic. Whether it’s a farmhouse, yurt or tiny home, new research from Airbnb shows guests are craving unique getaways like never before. Research has found over 40 of New

Photography Amanda Reelick. Restoring antique furniture can be a daunting task – especially when it carries sentimental value. This table once belonged to my great grandparents Mary and John – I imagine the two of them sitting at it, in the late 19th century. Later, my

The biggest mistake women make when it comes to investing, with Kristen Lunman When it comes to investing, women’s biggest mistake has nothing to do with how they invest. In fact, studies have shown that women are often better investors than men! Our number one mistake

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