The Mackenzie Country is often heralded as a high-energy recreational location; skiing in winter, water skiing in summer, tramping, hunting, mountain climbing. But for artist Susanna Izard, the Mackenzie offers solitude and a never-ending supply of awe-inspiring mountain landscapes to paint.
Teen karting sensation Jacob Douglas is one of the world’s best young drivers and, at 14, is already well on the road to achieving his ultimate Formula One goal. We catch up for a chat with Jacob and his family to find out what it takes to chase a big dream.
A small town with a strong creative undertone, Geraldine has long been a melting pot for artistic talent, and COVID-19 has brought a new vein of creativity to the main street – street art.
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.
From humble beginnings in a tiny kitchen, a 20-something Christchurch couple with big dreams and truckloads of ingenuity have created New Zealand’s first vegan heat-and-eat ready meal manufacturing company.