fbpx

How to give yourself a refresh at work. Words: Dr Alice Boyes If you’re feeling a bit bored and blah in your work life, you might find yourself dreaming of a career change or starting a side hustle. However, not everyone wants to do that or it’s

Young people who are taking part in the Enterprise programme, facilitated by The Prince’s Trust New Zealand, met with Prince Charles on Wednesday 20 November, to discuss their business plans, hopes and ideas for the future. Words: Weronika Elantkowska The Enterprise programme helps young New Zealanders gain practical

Ecostore is removing over half a tonne of plastic waste from the world’s oceans with the launch of a New Zealand first initiative – 20,000 Limited Edition Hand Wash bottles made completely from ocean waste plastic. The first brand in Aotearoa to retail a 100 percent Ocean

If The Katherine Mansfield Cookbook was itself a recipe, it would be a little gem. Words: Nicola Saker There is an entire sub-genre of cookbooks that are produced as fundraisers and they vary from the very good to the indifferent. This belongs firmly in the former category.

Flowers have no rules, no barriers and they simply just are. It's New Zealand Flowers Week until November 17, and 'the power of flowers' is the theme for 2019. The theme was grown from a notion; flowers transcend all languages, religions and cultures. Flowers have infinite emotions,

Meet the human rights activist, researcher and businesswoman pioneering disability inclusion within the global coffee industry. By Esther Burnett Dr Robbie Francis has packed a lot into her 30 years. The director of The Lucy Foundation and a finalist in the recent Women of Influence Awards, just

National Park School’s latest upcycling project is benefitting both the environment and helping fund the 2020 ski season for local school children at the same time. When Mt Ruapehu put out the call that old lift chairs needed new homes schools from Ohakune, Taupo, National Park

Processing...
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
ErrorHere