Extending the boundaries of the garden season. Words and styling Sarah Heeringa. Hero image and completed project image Amanda Reelick A cloche (pronounced kl-osh) is basically a small portable greenhouse. The name cloche comes from the French word for “bell”, as the original cloches were large bell-shaped jars.

Most of us can testify to having a wardrobe full of clothes, but on countless occasions saying 'I have nothing to wear'. Fashion often compels us to purchase impulsive, trend based pieces and it's easy to neglect the foundations. Here is why a capsule wardrobe is a

Thinking of going dry this July? Here’s what you could contribute by giving up the drink We’ve hit that time of year when mid-year work functions are occurring and ‘tis the season for a good mulled merlot. It’s also nearing the kick-off for Dry July, a

Keep your home – and your loved ones – warm and dry this winter with these sustainable, energy-efficient solutions. Photo Getty Images Sustainable living starts at home. When your home is warm, dry and energy-efficient you will be healthier and use fewer resources – which is good

Wildlife Hospital Dunedin founder Dr Lisa Argilla talks to Good editor about her passion for saving wildlife, especially the rare yellow-eyed penguin. Interview by Carolyn Enting Sixty-nine yellow-eyed penguins have been treated by Wildlife Hospital Dunedin since becoming operational in January 2018. Of that number 92 per cent

Pop a cork at Veuve Clicquot VC3000's pop up futuristic alpine chalet at Britomart's Seafarers. By Carolyn Enting Aucklanders who love alpine living but can't get to the slopes for the annual Clicquot in the Snow celebration can get their fix at the Clicquot Chalet at Seafarers, Britomart. Located on level six at

We asked founder of Matakana SuperFoods, nutritional expert Dr Kevin Glucina, what constitutes a superfood  Podcast interview Natalie Cyra Matakana SuperFoods is a New Zealand-based, world leader in the research and marketing of new foods from New Zealand and around the globe, which contain unique qualities and super-nutrients

The newly formed Climate Leaders Coalition sees 60 companies committing to action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and publicly report on them. By Carolyn Enting In an unprecedented move, 60 companies representing nearly 50 per cent of New Zealand’s emissions have joined forces to form the Climate Leaders

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