Aliesha McGilligan speaks poetically, her sentences full of metaphors. One of the latest cohort of Eat NZ kaitaki, this ability to tell compelling stories in a unique way makes her one to watch on the local food scene.
With a cult following across the country, it was only a matter of time before Augustine opened in the South Island. We caught up with owner and designer Kelly Coe to celebrate the Kiwi fashion brand’s biggest store yet.
Camping is one of our favourite national pastimes. There’s nothing like setting off in a jam-packed car, kicking daily routines, sleeping under canvas, cooking al fresco and exploring nature in jandals.
In Lynette McFadden’s own words, “it’s been challenging at times” over the past two years. The real estate icon shares how she’s dedicated herself to wellbeing, without compromising on her values or professionalism.
Flying the flag for New Zealand’s Paralympic team in Tokyo was Will Stedman. Nine years after he first imagined competing, the Cantabrian has secured a suite of medals across two Games. Fellow Port Hills Athletic Club runner, Louie Howell, discovers what propels him.
Dr Katherine Townend is a doctor with a difference – helping to look after patients in the sky. She describes what it’s like being an aeromedical specialist, and why the flying doctor service is so important.
Known for producing bold yet dreamy paintings, Clare Reilly’s latest creation casts an artist’s eye over her own life. Interspersing Clare’s art with her fascinating story, the book Eye of the Calm holds lessons for us all.
Food fuels us. It gives us pleasure. It connects us to friends and family.
But for many eaters, the land and people who produce our food can seem distant.
We all have a yearning for connection, and food plays an intimate part of that, says Eat New Zealand CEO Angela Clifford in conversation with Anna Wallace.
Time spent in the land of nod affects our appearance, health,
mood and performance. Just because you can survive with less sleep, doesn’t mean you wouldn’t benefit from more of it, says naturopath Deanna Copland.
Science tells us that women of all ages can experience hair loss, for one of many reasons. Four Canterbury ladies speak up in the hope of banishing shame and highlighting the options available. Words by Anna Wallace.