Get yourself along to these fantastic events happening in Canterbury this August and September.
‘A joy to create and a pleasure to eat’ – that’s Brooke Wilson’s mantra for her business, Need Food, supplying keto, vegan and gluten-free treats from her home-based commercial kitchen.
With the power of petrol, superior performance, and industry-leading design, the EGO Power+ System is revolutionising the world of cordless outdoor power equipment.
South Canterbury families know their loved ones are in the best possible place when they go to McKenzie HealthCare in Geraldine, whether for a long stay, short day or day care.
In 2016 the United Nations declared that the internet was a basic human right. It plays a critical role in education, health and civil participation. Certainly COVID-19 has accelerated the use of digital technologies in our schools, but what next? This article explores the ways in which digital access has impacted on education in the Greater Christchurch region.
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.
In the wake of lockdown, stylist Sara Faull asks us to take a deep look inside our wardrobes and readdress what is going on in there.
In our June/July 2020 issue we talked to North Canterbury farmer and Hurunui Adverse Events Committee member, Andy Fox of Foxdown Farm. His passion for farming and community has seen him play a critical part in developing positive strategies when the district falls on hard times. Here he shares his top learnings, many of which can be applied to all work and personal situations.
The Banks Track in Akaroa describes itself as a feast for the senses, a feed for the soul and a feat for the spirit. But the heart is the story of how the landowners have tirelessly dedicated themselves to regenerating the land ravaged for its resources, back to its natural state.
After a candid interview with Christchurch-based accountant Pita Alexander, reciting his list of reasons farming businesses work, his number one was ‘marry well’. Sarah Perriam was inspired by Canterbury’s recent Ballance Farm Environment Award winners demonstrating the power of marrying together complementary skill sets to achieve the highest honour.