Garry House has spent a lifetime making aviation and high-risk occupations safer.
Jenna Broad has built a business and a way of life around listening to her heart and doing what makes her feel happy. Her home is an inspiring reflection of her zest for life.
For 28 years, Christchurch’s landmark Pavilions Hotel has been a central part of the lives of the Horncastle family, and each generation who has worked there has put their own stamp on the fabric of the business. Through good times and bad; earthquakes and each rumbling aftershock; celebrations, tragedy, grief and recovery; the grand building has stood strong and has become a part of the family in its own right.
When we last featured New Zealand’s top dancer 18 months ago, Bayley Graham was preparing to explore life beyond the competition circuit. As Kim Newth discovers, he’s now spreading his wings and making the most of every opportunity…
The pay inequality between merino wool and strong wool has never been so far apart, reminiscent of a race between Phar Lap and a retired Shetland pony. However, Sarah Perriam believes that transformational change is happening and the traditional commodity product is about to become hot property.
Each month, when Sally Curtis and Tyson, Sally’s gentle giant Clydesdale horse, visit residents in their lounge and bedrooms in Woodlands Rest Home in Motueka, the warmth of Sally and Tyson’s relationship is transferred to all those who meet them.