Tē Ra, “the only known customary Māori sail in existence”, will soon be on display in New Zealand. The sail, which is on loan from the British Museum, will be in Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū from July 8 for nearly three months before

The Botanist, an artisanal Gin from the Isle of Islay in Scotland, has a deep connection to the terrior. 22 foraged botanicals are hand-picked locally and sustainably across an entire growing season. They are then carefully dried and slow simmer distilled with pure Islayspring water

Forté Hospital in Christchurch has been named New Zealand’s first Toitū carbon zero certified hospital. Forté Hospital operates out of Forté Health, a health precinct built-in 2013 in the aftermath of the Christchurch earthquakes. The hospital, which operates out of one of New Zealand’s most environmentally-friendly

Kiwi coffee company Vivace Espresso has designed a cup to support Māia Health Foundation. Canterbury-based Vivace Espresso has teamed up with Innocent Packaging to create a commercially compostable coffee cup that will raise funds for Māia Health Foundation, who is on a mission to enhance healthcare

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