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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...

Q & A with chamber of commerce CEO Michael Barnett

On the road from his Karaka property by 5.30am-ish and home again around 5.30 to 6pm, Auckland Chamber of Commerce CEO, Michael Barnett, can...

Risque act risky business – Natalie nails Hollywood

Natalie Hugill was ready for Hollywood but was Hollywood ready for Natalie aka Lilly Loca (among other characters) and who describes herself as the...

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...

Mission’s festive favourite: Christmas ham

These days, the bird’s not the only word at Christmas. And yet, despite the plethora of goodies now available, to ensure we ‘pig out’...

Rapid success in land of the rising sun

They may not come home to thousands of adoring fans at the airport but the New Zealand Women’s Open Rafting Team deserves such a...

The Many faces of Haihui Wang

From portraits to landscapes, Howick artist, Haihui Wang, has as many strings to his bow as colours to his palette, as JON RAWLINSON discovered. Some...

Animal ‘crackers’ in her book

Miranda is a hypochondriac sheep, terrified of water, which is why she is never without her floaties – one look at her face says...

In a Remuera city garden

At the heart of Auckland is its leafy green suburbs and, at the heart of those JON RAWLINSON found Keren McDonnell. When spring finally deems...

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...

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