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It's the fitness movement which has consumed Australia and the States, and now it's spreading here. Fast. Emma, Mat and I nervously signed up. None of us are gym bunnies, but owner of The Mount F45 studio, Erica, along with her team, has won us over. We are F45 converts.
Salveo Therapy has joined the Proactive family. Roger Athy-Knibbs tells us all about the exciting move, and what it means for his clients. PHOTOS BRYDIE...
For the next year, we’ll follow new Papamoa residents Andrea and Duncan Ritchie. We’ll find out how they’ve settled into Tauranga as Bayleys real estate agents, and how life measures up after Ponsonby.
Are you one of the 2,000 people who’ve been to Brent Ireland's Collab Digital social media events?
Come with us as we interview the founder of UNO, Andy Martin, and 10 cover stars from the last 40 issues and more, to find out what they are doing now: Liam Messam, Sam Cane, Lizzie Marvelly, Mills Reef, Elin Tawharu, Makere Gibbons, Kane Williamson, Mr G, Owen Dippie, and Omanu Beach Surf Life Saving Club.
Have you ever seen glow worms? There's something utterly magical about seeing a glittering spread of blue-white tiny stars up close. According to one of our knowledgeable and friendly guides, Tom, they aren't so beautiful in the cold light of day.
At 22 years old, JAKE MILLAR has interviewed some of the most influential business people on the planet: the president of General Motors, the co-founder of Tesla, the co-founder of WeWork, founders of billion-dollar startups, and the godfather of entrepreneurs everywhere, Sir Richard Branson.
On Sunday I was incredibly lucky to have lunch with the head girl of girl bosses: Theresa Gattung. Theresa owned the corporate sector as CEO...
I am in show-booking mode. All the ticketing websites have my details saved, as that’s my thing at the moment.
Having sound architectural credentials is a given when you’ve been in business for 21 years. Interviewing the two partners at DCA Architects in Rotorua, I am on the hunt for the thing that sets them apart from their peers.
Ohhhhh Noosa! Is there anything more delicious at the tail end of winter than stepping into the soupy warmth of a tropical breeze? I think not.
With our spring issue flying through Kale's printers and being bound and sent out, we all took off to be recharged. Mat and I went up to Auckland.