glassblowing and the legacy of Höglund Art Glass Studio.
With a desire to incorporate expansive outdoor living areas and a swimming pool into the design of their new home, these North Canterbury homeowners and their designer were forced to think outside the box to achieve what they wanted.
Houses are selling fast, median prices are heading up; it sure feels like a buoyant market out there, but does that mean we’ve avoided a COVID-19 downturn in the property market?
The Canterbury High Country’s landscape is more than just the mountains and the sky. It holds embossed stories of long family heritage and history of stewardship with the environment. Sarah Perriam learns more about the threat to inter-generational connection to the high country’s future with Philip Todhunter of Lake Heron Station.
Educationalists Dr Chris Jansen and Dr Cheryl Doig dive deep and ask us to think about what the impact of COVID-19 will be on our education system in the future.
Ideally your outdoor furniture should be as relaxing as it is functional, which in turn makes the perfect setting for entertaining family and friends, or even as your own personal haven. Mitre 10 MEGA Ashburton offers some advice.
Investors are re-evaluating their portfolios in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Some may be heading for the hills, and perhaps that’s exactly what they should do.
High on the Port Hills above Christchurch is a place that offers hope to children and families in need of support, Te Ao Marama.
Two women who have worked extensively in disaster recovery around the world share some tools for getting through COVID-19.
Subtle, young and sweet; an apt description of the 27seconds wine label and the spirit behind it. Since 2017, Alanna and Pete Chapman have been cultivating a quality range of wine for the Canterbury community, with 100 per cent of the profits from their toils going to a global cause.