2 April 2020
Working it out: Wine bottles, burlesque and business

When you’re in the business of group fitness and no one can leave home, there’s no choice but to diversify. We talk to Christchurch businesswomen stepping up to the challenge.

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2 April 2020
Recipe: Rotten Peach Cake

Apparently we've all been busy baking during the past week, with flour in low reserves at the supermarket. So we have this recipe from Kristina Jensen, where different types of flour are called into action.

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2 April 2020
A night out at the ballet - from your couch

Put on your glad rags, pour yourself some bubbles and sit back on your couch to enjoy a night at the ballet. 

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1 April 2020
Nostalgia and the binge-worthy: What we are watching

We’ve debated and laid robust counter arguments in our group chat in order to bring you our picks to watch, listen and read during the next few weeks.

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31 March 2020
Mum’s in 'a meeting'

The days are starting to blend together, you are feeling a bit frazzled and you’ve had one too many online conference calls. Never fear, we've called in a skincare expert to help you out at home.

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27 March 2020
5 perks and perils of the at home workplace

The perils of video conference and a return to mum-cuts. Here is our not so serious take on the home office.

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27 March 2020
TGIF: A virtual party with Camila, Shawn, Chrissy and John

Let John and Chrissy and other stars provide the music at your virtual party tonight.

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9 March 2020
Live to work

For some people, work is their happy place.

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9 March 2020
More than maths and marmite

The changing blend of traditional and contemporary approaches to education means our children have more options for their futures – and stronger voices than ever before. Words: Shelley Robinson.

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6 March 2020
Swimming Against the Tide

As a competitive high-school swimmer, Hannah Morgan found herself choosing between her sport and her wellbeing. A couple of years later, the lessons she learned then helped her swim 130km across Foveaux Strait.

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18 December 2019
Let go of that grudge

With the end of another year in sight, now’s the time to determine what emotional baggage it truly worth carrying through to 2020.

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10 December 2019
Our angels at Christmas

We tracked down to five people who help organisations bring a bit of extra Christmas sparkle to families this year.

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20 November 2019
Move the mind

The connection between physical activity and mental wellbeing goes deeper than endorphins, and those in the business of getting us moving are making sure we know about it.

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8 November 2019
The e-bike revolution

Don’t be put off by the sweat and the Lycra - there’s more than one way to join the cycling movement.

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11 October 2019
How to inspire your teenager

The teenage years are daunting for all parents.

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8 October 2019
Film south

The South Island is where it’s at, for beauty, for lifestyle and for natural film sets.

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5 July 2019
Bullseye

An opportunity to get a Subaru Forester wheel-deep in snow was too good a temptation to resist.

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5 July 2019
No longer a taboo subject

Pornography and its impact on children and teenagers is a large and growing issue.

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