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Silently slipping through a canyon in a kayak at nightfall while beholding a natural light display is one of Waikato’s best-kept secrets.Local kayak tour company Lake District Adventures runs small group tours to this magic spot from Lake Karapiro where thousands of glow-worms put on

Walking the Ngā Tapuwae o Toi Trail near Whakatāne is an opportunity to learn about Toitehuatahi (Toi) acknowledged as the principal ancestor of many North Island tribes, including Ngāti Awa. The trail takes in Toi’s stronghold, Kapu-te-Rangi, one of the oldest pa sites in New

Photo by Fleur Kaan, Unsplash It’s likely the moisturiser, foundation or eyeliner that you are currently using contains nanoparticles. And, given these are such tiny things you have probably given them nano thought. Nanoparticles are nothing new, though their increased use and application by the cosmetics and

The film Taken starring Liam Neeson may be fictional but its subject matter – human trafficking – is very real. A study from the United Nations’ International Labour Organization estimated 3.8 million adults and 1 million children were victims of forced sexual exploitation in 2016 globally,

Remote fine dining restaurant The Chef’s Table is destination dining at its best. Situated on the highest point of Blue Duck Station which borders the upper reaches of the Whanganui River, The Chef’s Table looks out over rolling hills, valleys, and mountains Ruapehu and Ngāuruhoe.

As Rachel Hunter prepares to headline the NZ Spirit Festival, Good magazine brings you an exclusive interview and cover story with the gorgeous model turned yogi in the latest issue of Good magazine on sale now! Hunter, 51, shares what it has been like living in

Witchery's White Shirt 2021 campaign is super exciting for a few reasons! The shirt has been designed by Toni Maticevski and the tailoring is perfectly dreamy with ribboning from the neck into the sleeve cuff. It's a twist on the classic white shirt that we just

Clothing designer turned potter, Deborah Sweeney takes the wheel. Fashion followers who miss Deborah Sweeney’s label can rejoice in the news that the talented clothing designer has turned her talents to creating covetable homewares. Today, instead of designing seasonal collections and showing at New Zealand Fashion

Beth Dickson brings elements of the wild into her designs for conscious lifestyle brand Wilde The Label. Universal symbols and shapes representing the sun, moon, water, trees and mountains unify Wilde The Label’s inaugural homeware collection. Beth Dickson’s contemporary yet earthy and elemental designs are inspired by

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