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Getting started with exercise

When you join a gym or start a new exercise routine, the temptation is to race straight into action. A planning process ensures that...

Benefits of HIIT training

Traditionally, cardiovascular training has been proposed as an effective strategy in achieving weight loss. In order to burn fat, recommendations were often to train...

Actor’s wholehearted stage aspirations

A new play is on its way to the Herald Theatre in Auckland. Co-director and actor, Scotty Cotter, a former Howick lad, met with...

Family holiday made in the USA

Rachel Watts wasn’t Born in the USA, but after an stimulating three-week holiday States-side, you could almost call her an American Girl. She told...

Q&A with Howick Salvation Army pastor Sharyn Saggs

Mention the Salvation Army and most people will think of its vast charitable works. However The Salvation Army is also an active and vibrant Christian...

Title suited to a tease!

Exotic, erotic, racy, pacey – that’s the nature of burlesque yet it has evolved and undergone many transformations from those far away days of...

In fine festival voice

The growing popularity of a cappella choirs could be attributed to movies such as Pitch Perfect, to television show, The Sing Off and even...

Q&A with Holly Davies – Monterey Gallery

Earlier this year Howick’s Monterey Gallery gained new owners – Anne Brewer and her daughter, Holly Davies. While Anne provides the business acumen, Holly’s...

Riding on the chain gang

A certain Garland may not have secured garlands in Europe recently, but it hasn’t halted this master cyclist from pursuing a sport which continues to keep him pushing himself (and his bike) to the limit.

Oliver Hay – ice in his blood

The ‘Hay’day of Kiwi ice hockey is in full swing. Recently, JON RAWLINSON spoke with Oliver Hay, the youngest of five siblings to represent...

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