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Yolande King – Selling Your Home?

Columnist Yolande King from EVES Real Estate continues her series of advice for homeowners.

Louis Donovan – Major FOMO

I overcommit. Either because i feel guilty for saying no or because I suffer major FOMO (fear of missing out).

Mike Rudd – Lessons I’ve learnt

As a columnist, ​I usually take​ ​comfortable refuge​ ​in​ ​the​ ​rosily self-edited​ ​highlights​ ​of​ ​my​ ​memory​ ​and​ ​experiences.​ ​This issue, the ed has gone hard cop and asked me to share some of my mistakes.​

Sam Mannering – If I Did It Again

I’m not going to go on about food in this column. I have to write about my biggest mistake. This is difficult for me.

Verity Johnson – Lessons Learnt

First rule of being a professional in media: no bleeding on things. Or biting, scratching, kicking, screaming or dribbling. No bodily fluids in general, really.

Hayden Ricketts – Who Needs A Digital Agency?

Our technical expert, Hayden Ricketts, from Digital Sciences, demystifies the digital agency.

Nathan Pettigrew – A Day At McLaren Falls

Our marine kayaker takes his paddles a few miles inland and explores the freshwater of McLaren Falls.

Verity Johnson – First Time in The Mount

Recently, I visited The Mount for the first time. I’d never been, unlike every other young person in New Zealand, who spent every new year there in an rtd-fuelled haze of happiness.

Yolande King – Questions To Ask Your Real Estate Agent

SELLING YOUR HOME? Our newest UNO. columnist, Yolande King from EVES Real Estate shows you where to start.

Sam Mannering – Food Education

There are two things I think kids should be given more of at school. First, there should be lessons about how tax works, because I still have almost no idea.

Mike Rudd – Serving in the Bosnian War

The Bosnian war, involving the breakup of the former Yugoslavia in 1992, was a violent and bloody affair. The international community decided to deploy humanitarian relief, and armed forces to enforce a peaceful solution.

Nathan Pettigrew – How to become a marine kayaker

THE OCEAN is my go-to place for clearing thoughts, working out, and allowing the positive ions to completely saturate me and enhance my general wellbeing.