Add some global flair with these garden accessories. craft and photography by Sarah Heeringa Concrete garden globes are easy to make using various upcycled glass items, such as moulds, and a concrete mix as the filler. There is lots of scope for experimentation. You can use a bag

Dionne Wood’s paper chandeliers evoke happiness and wonder. By Carolyn Enting More than 600 hours went into making each of these magnificent Wild Paper chandeliers created by Auckland paper sculpture artist Dionne Wood. An osteopath, Wood has spent most of her career gently manipulating her patients’ bodies for

Passionate environmentalist Suzy Amis Cameron’s new book isn’t a vegan manifesto, but a manageable way to embrace practical change. Words Jai Breitnauer. Photos Harry A'Court Suzy Amis Cameron says she is homesick for New Zealand. Although the actor and environmentalist is American by birth, and married to

The Grounds is a place where every dish plated up is made from scratch with good ingredients, including the kids’ meals. By Carolyn Enting When The Grounds first opened its menu didn’t include fries. Parents went nuts because they wanted fries for their kids, so chef Ben

Good speaks to two avid supporters of stand up paddleboarding as a rehabilitation tool for those affected by cancer. Interview Natalie Cyra. Photography Carmen Bird Victoria Stuart and Karin Horen live every day with a sense of purpose. After meeting on the beach back in 2009, the

Maggie Marilyn, Kate Sylvester and Zambesi are confirmed headliners for New Zealand Fashion Week 2019. Words Carolyn Enting New Zealand Fashion Week (NZFW) is sharpening its focus on a sustainable circular model for the industry in 2019 and its work with young designers will help them showcase the

Aleph Beauty is a gorgeous make-up range that has been developed to be both versatile in the fact that each product can be used in different ways, and everything’s vegan. We spoke with creator Emma Peters about where the concept came from. Words Lara Wyatt Good: When

A new approach helping turn back the clock on aging and disease – Barbara Kelly may have the answer to one of life’s big problems: the seemingly inevitable decline in health as we age. Brimming with energy, Barbara Kelly has been a whirlwind in New Zealand sports

Lonely Planet and Rough Guide author Doug Lansky jetted in for the Auckland Airport New Zealand Tourism Forum. Celebrated travel author and intrepid traveller Doug Lansky was invited by Auckland Airport to attend the recent New Zealand Tourism Forum and had some words of wisdom to

Thank you! Your subscription has been confirmed. You'll hear from us soon.
Sign up to our email newsletters for your weekly dose of good