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Sid Salek

Today, the 87-year-old Mount Maunganui local has smashed over 60 Masters Games and world records, survived crash-landing a glider in the middle of The Mount football field, competes in yearly half-ironman competitions, and holds the record for the most swims around the Mount (29, to be precise).

How to kickstart your 2018 health and fitness goals this silly...

Summer is the perfect time to kickstart your 2018 health and fitness goals, but it’s also a time to enjoy yourself – so drink the wine, eat the chocolate and try to move your body every day.

Andrea and Duncan Ritchie – Ponsonby to Papamoa

Laura McLennan meets two imports, Andrea and Duncan Ritchie, who bring skill, passion, and magic to the Bay.

Taaniko – Meet The Woman In The Mural

If you’ve driven down Totara Street recently, chances are you’ve seen it. A young Māori woman’s striking features, painted by famous Irish street artist Fin DAC, embellish a 7-metre-high wall in what has become one of The Mount’s most recognisable murals.

Ladies’ Long Lunch: lunching with purpose

The original Ladies' Long Lunch is back, and it’s Tauranga’s hottest ticket for a reason.

Angela Thomson – Hair today, Barcelona tomorrow

One of Tauranga’s finest stylists, Angela Thomson, is cashing in the Bay of Plenty’s questionable spring weather for sangria and sunshine in beautiful Barcelona, Spain. Angela is representing New Zealand in the Goldwell Colorzoom competition.