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At the shoot for House of Travel Tauranga (HOTTauranga - what a great acronym!), owner Shane wouldn't stand still.
Jenny Rudd caught up with Kelly Kingston, owner of Mount Skin and Body, after an evening celebrating the salon's new direction.
Sisters & Co celebrate the launch of Juliette Hogan spring/summer 2017, and Olympia by Object and Love, spring 2017 with an intimate evening in-store.
ROTL is an ever changing group of people, with a few hardcore regulars (and ex-Lions players), who have pedalled thousands of miles across different countries, raising close to $1 million for charities.
To find Hide, you'll need to shimmy down the alleyway by the Prince Avenue roundabout on The Mount Mainstreet. It opens out into a COURTYARD that feels like someone's exceptionally well-appointed backyard.
We wanted a weekend away with our children, an antidote to screen time: adventure, laughing, and fun. And we didn’t want to spend ages travelling. So we took a staycation in Rotorua!
Pato Alvarez is one of the country’s biggest independent music promoters, but when he first arrived in the Bay of Plenty from Chile in 2006, all he had was a handful of English words and a keen work ethic.
We talk to Yolande King about what it’s like working with her husband Paddy, and sister-in-law Tara as a super team at EVES Real Estate. These guys really love where they live, and it shows!
Jerry Graves, at top Mount eatery Flour + Water, keeps the locals coming back for more.
He spent 18 years as a Tauranga City councillor, and another 12 as MAYOR. Now a Bay of Plenty Regional councillor, we ask Stuart Crosby what it's all about...
A plan to start a family and get to the top of her game professionally sees Mary Hill become the newest partner at Tauranga law firm, Cooney Lees Morgan.
The most festive woman in the Bay of Plenty, Jules Farrant, loves all things London and all things Christmas. She puts her decorations up on 1st October. Our photographer came back from this shoot feeling like a child again.