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Da Vinci Clinic: get rid of double chins

A new, simple treatment at Da Vinci Clinic gets rid of double chins. Yes, double chins are cute on babies, but not so much on...
https://f45training.co.nz/themountnz

Do You F45?

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.

Proactive: The 4 Corners of Health

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...
Tauranga Youth Search and Rescue, UNO Magazine

Youth Search and Rescue: Learning To Save Lives

At Tauranga Youth Search And Rescue (YSAR), teenagers become all round great human beings.
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Keegan Wright: Rotorua Mountain Biker

ROTORUA LOCAL and crankworx winner KEEGAN WRIGHT is now sponsored by one of the MTB world’s biggest brands, devinci. WORDS CAMPBELL BURNES IMAGES JASON BEACHAM Positive...
Kane Williamson UNO Magazine

The Very Able Kane Williamson

THROW BACK! Kane Williamson was on the cover of UNO Central back in autumn 2013. Read our cover story in issue 40 to find out...
Sam Cane UNO Magazine

Sam Cane: The Reporoa Kid

It’s been a year of considerable achievement for Bay of Plenty flanker, Sam Cane. He was a member of the New Zealand Under-20 rugby team which won the world championship; he is now an integral member of the Steamers’ squad; and the Chiefs have signed him up for a two year contract. Not bad for this 19-year-old from Reporoa!
Callum Taylor, NZ Team 1998, World Lifesaving Championships, Long Bay, Auckland. Photo: Pam Ryan

Celebrating 100 years of surf life saving

This story was printed in 2010 as a tribute to our national army of ‘good guys’ who have saved more than 50,000 lives since they first guarded our beaches 100 years ago. Surf Lifesaving is as much a valued and integral part of our community today as it was in 1910.
Liam Messam UNO Magazine

Liam Messam

THROW BACK! Liam Messam was on the cover of UNO Waikato back in autumn 2006. Read our cover story in issue 40 to find out...
Makere Bradnam Gibbons

Makere Bradnam: Caught Centre Stage

THROW BACK! Makere Gibbons (née Bradnam) featured in ISSUE 5 of UNO Capital back in winter 2008. Read our cover story in issue 40...

The Ripple Effect

I lost my husband Campbell to suicide in March 2017, three days after our 21st wedding anniversary. He was 50, a highly intelligent man of many skills and talents who led a life rich with adventure, passion, and kindness.

Warm up from Salveo Therapy

Want to join the Seaman Ocean Swim Squad? Or do the More FM Everest Challenge? We ask Roger Athy-Knibbs from Salveo Therapy how to transform into super-fit athletes.