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We work just a little bit differently, down here in the Bay of Plenty. At lunchtime, you’ll see suits stripping off at The Mount and climbing into wetsuits for a surf. We are a growing tech hub. We take our children to work, we care wildly about our community, and we love to come up with AMAZING ideas. We feature inspirational businesses who are doing things which change our world. And you wouldn’t believe some of the global businesses, lurking in plain site in the Bay.

Sharp Tudhope: The law of the land

The visionaries who started Sharp Tudhope, Tauranga’s oldest law firm, would be proud of today’s innovative practice.

Collab Digital’s Brent Ireland

Everyone’s got a story. We follow our social media columnist around and see how he’s helping his Collab Digital clients tell their...

Tauranga Art Gallery: what’s on

UNO speaks with Tauranga Art Gallery director Alice Hutchison about three upcoming exhibitions, one of which is...

Ingham Mora: The numbers game

At Ingham Mora Chartered Accountants, it’s about all that and then some. WORDS ANDY TAYLOR / PHOTOS SUPPLIED

Alice Hutchison: Dates with destiny

All roads have led to art for Tauranga Art Gallery’s new director. Now she’s arrived home and is lending her internationally honed...

Legacy Funerals: Choose your own

Manager of a funeral home is an unusual occupation. Kiri Randall takes pride in a job that honours people’s memories.

ACG Tauranga: Live and learn

Meet a Tauranga student who sees surfing as an important part of striving for a career in medicine. WORDS ANNA...

Da Vinci: Let’s get visible

Don’t cool off on skin checks this winter.  WORDS DEE ELWOOD / PHOTO...

Jay Reeve: Mover & shaker

You can take the boy out of the Bay of Plenty, but you can’t take the Bay out of the boy. Maria...

Build the Pride in Tauranga

Tauranga’s CBD is alive with change. We take a look around. WORDS JENNY RUDD/ PHOTOS CHRIS PARKER +...

Peter Williams is the talk of the town

One of New Zealand’s kings of broadcasting has returned to his roots. PHOTO JOHN BORREN We’ve...

Teaching in China: School of life

Kiwi Natalie Bowie hadn’t so much as visited China for a holiday, let alone travelled to the edge of the Gobi Desert....

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