In case you missed it online, sadly our house (and my home office) were flooded on Tuesday 14th Feb during cyclone Gabrielle. It was totally unexpected – we were only concerned about winds causing power outages – but unfortunately, the Pohongina river burst its banks and

At the end of a long and winding road from Queenstown, at the head of Lake Wakatipu, lies Glenorchy. This pretty town is the gateway to many wonderful walks, including local favourite: the Earnslaw Burn Track. This challenging track requires a good pair of walking boots

One of New Zealand’s most well-known walks offers exquisite scenery and native wildlife year-round. The Abel Tasman maybe New Zealand’s smallest national park, but it punches above its weight with stunning vistas, golden sandy beaches, lush native bush, and native wildlife. And of course, it is

Consumers wanting to lower their carbon footprint can now choose Ecotricity’s Toitū climate positive certified electricity and help to significantly reduce the country’s CO2 emissions.  Ecotricity, which has just become the first energy company to be Toitū climate positive certified, supplies the national grid with power

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