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5 things to do in Whakatane

Swimming with dolphins is a half-day trip in the vicinity of White Island (Whakaari) and Whale Island (Moutohorā).

Relaxed Grandeur – Eagle Ridge

Nigel Herbert and Deborah Reid show us round the newly opened Eagle Ridge - their luxury lodge, wedding and function venue nestled into the Ohauiti Hills with BREATHTAKING VIEWS of Tauranga and Mount Maunganui.

Father + Son: Tim and Finn Rainger

Both freelance writers, father and son team Tim and Finn Rainger talk about their relationship.

Build7 – A Welcome Homecoming

Drawn together by a mutual love for property, Kristen and Greg Zaloumis encourage each other to follow their dreams, and the excitement about their new venture together is palpable.

Andre Laurent – Total Perfectionist

My career started in the early nineties when, not having any real idea about what to do, I took a job as a chippy on a building site here in Tauranga.

Get Your Body In Motion

Alice Taylor, head pelvic health physiotherapist at Body In Motion Physiotherapy, is passionate about solving gynaecological problems, getting women back to their normal, active lives.

Erika Achilles-Dunseath – Anyone’s Daughter

Cassius Clay himself would be proud of such BRAVADO. Add to that a GOOD DEAL OF SASS and a level of lunacy and you’ve got Erika Achilles-Dunseath’s RECIPE FOR SUCCESS.

Whakatane – Staycation

Why go anywhere else when you can have an amazing holiday right here in our own backyard? Local JIM ROBINSON has drawn up the perfect itinerary for a weekend of adventuring in Whakatane.

Dr Libby – Get Your Body and Mind Ready

Help shift that winter slump and gear up for the sand and sunshine- filled days ahead with these top seven tips.

Nomad Restaurant and Bar

NOMAD is the brainchild of mother and daughter duo Debbie and Hayley Griffiths. “We spent a long time trying to figure out how to explain our food...

Steven Chambers – Architect

Coastal dwelling, a comfortable life on the edge.

Peter Williams – King of New Zealand broadcasting

To stay in such a hotly contested industry for four decades, and be held in high regard by peers and the public, Peter Williams has weathered a few storms ...