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.
Our keen team of readers have you covered when it comes todiving into a good book this month. Norma Geddes reviews our Paper Plus Ashburton Top Read, The Winter Agent.
Brett Green and Judy Jamieson-Green have forged a niche offering, allowing you to explore the South Island’s jaw-dropping scenery from the saddle of a bike.
Varicose veins are swollen and twisted veins that you can see just under the surface of the skin. They most often occur in the legs and can cause pain, blood clots, skin ulcers and various other problems. But they are easier and quicker to repair than you might think!
Deep cocoas, silvered sages, ruby reds and deep sea blues are some of the glorious tones that will join us this summer. Whether you embrace the heat or seek sanctuary from the summer sun, there are a variety of beautiful colours to suit your home.
As a keen cook, dietitian Claudia Vavasour offers us some inspiration in the kitchen – recipes filled with nutritional advice that do much more for the body than just fill us up.
For those seeking something magical for a special occasion, or just a uniqueshopping experience, the Redmond Family has you covered.
When New Zealand moved to Level 3, the Christchurch property market seemed to instantly go crazy. And my office is not alone in witnessing this trend. Every solicitor, every real estate agent I speak to says the same thing: truckloads of people are making offers. So, who is active in the market – and what do current policies mean for you?
‘Whisky’s for drinking, water’s for fighting’ was a favourite saying of Sarah Perriam’s grandfather. Here she uncovers how there has been less fighting and more collaboration, resulting in Canterbury being years ahead of government expectations on the future of freshwater quality for all of New Zealand.