Thursday, April 26, 2018

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Andrea and Duncan Ritchie

SERIES: Andrea and Duncan Ritchie

For the next year, we’ll follow new Papamoa residents Andrea and Duncan Ritchie. We’ll find out how they’ve settled into Tauranga as Bayleys real estate agents, and how life measures up after Ponsonby.
Steve Chadwick, Mayor of Rotorua, UNO Magazine

Steve Chadwick: Mayor of Rotorua

For Rotorua Mayor Steve Chadwick, local government is just the latest chapter in a life built around making things happen.
Brent Ireland, Collab Digital, UNO Magazine

Brent Ireland: the digipreneur at Collab Digital

Are you one of the 2,000 people who’ve been to Brent Ireland's Collab Digital social media events?
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.

2018 Trustpower Photographic Exhibition

In January, ten judges gathered in a cooled room, and looked through over 2,000 photos entered in the second Trustpower Photographic Exhibition. We judged...

Ali Selliman: tattoist and fly fisherman

Jo Jeffries meets the Hamiltonian tattooist and fly fisherman. WORDS JO JEFFRIES IMAGES HOLLY MARIE RUSSELL Ali’s needle moves in a fluid motion. Fine, delicate marks appear...

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...
UNO Magazine 40th issue

Where Are They Now?

Come with us as we interview the founder of UNO, Andy Martin, and 10 cover stars from the last 40 issues and more, to find out what they are doing now: Liam Messam, Sam Cane, Lizzie Marvelly, Mills Reef, Elin Tawharu, Makere Gibbons, Kane Williamson, Mr G, Owen Dippie, and Omanu Beach Surf Life Saving Club.
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.
Paul, Paddy and Tim in the cellar, Mills Reef

The Prestons of Mills Reef Winery

THROW BACK! Mills Reef were on the FIRST EVER cover of UNO back in autumn 2005. Read our cover story in issue 40 to find...
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...
Mr G Graham Hoete, UNO Magazine

Welcome To The World of Graham Hoete, aka Mr G

THROW BACK! Mr G featured in issue 1 of UNO Central back in winter 2008. 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...
Lizzie Marvelly

Lizzie Marvelly: A National Treasure

THROW BACK! Lizzie Marvelly was on the cover of UNO Central back in spring 2010. Read our cover story in issue 40 to find out...
Owen Dippie, Michael Jackson, Elvis Presley

Owen Dippie

THROW BACK! Owen Dippie featured in issue 23 of UNO Central back in summer 2014. Read our cover story in issue 40 to find out...

Verity Johnson – What I’ve Learnt

This year, I learnt that humans know what they want.
Downtown Tauranga

National Jazz Festival Tauranga a perfect Easter staycation

We check out some of the international acts joining local talent at the 2018 National Jazz Festival Tauranga. The Canberra Times called him “dazzling”. London’s The...

Moreish Marrakesh

Stalls bursting with SILKS + LEATHER. MOROCCAN LAMPS dangling above your head. MOUNTAINS OF FRESH SPICES. Mingle with locals. TASTE HOMEMADE ALMOND PASTRIES, washed down with a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice. A PLACE WHERE SOUNDS AND SMELLS COME TO LIFE.

Louis Donovan – The Learner

UNO.’s youngest columnist shares his year’s highs, lows and learnings.

Nathan Pettigrew – A Day Trip To Whangamata

Just over an hour’s drive from Tauranga, there’s a launch spot that makes me so excited about the prospect of a paddle. And the epic right-hand break, thrown up by the beach and swell, is a hit with local and international surfers alike. I’m talking, of course, about Whangamata.

Mike Rudd – What’s In A Name?

Reciting and recording whakapapa is a skill which reflects the importance of genealogy in Māori society. It helps esh out the story of leadership, land and fishing rights, kinship and status. As I understand it, and this is far from my specialist topic, reciting whakapapa with the speaker’s name spoken after the lineage description is a correct method of formal self introduction.