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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...

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...

Book journey leads to NASA

Twelve months ago EastLife magazine talked to Botany author, Farida Master, about her newly released biography on international human rights campaigner, Zebranoo Gifford. Now,...

Moorea enchants

A unique mixture of French and Polynesian cultures makes French Polynesia a tropical paradise with a difference as CARMEN BIRD discovered on a recent...

On parade with Belle

It was all fashion, fun and frivolity at Belle boutique’s spring fashion parade held at The Lounge, Howick. Showcasing a wide variety of new season...

Where the wild dishes are… Seafood Chowder

There’s no need to leave the safety of our kitchens to take a walk on the wild side, thanks to Angelo Georgalli! One of...

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.

Novel booklet records cherished memories

There are numerous books to record baby and childhood milestones but there is nothing quite like, I Did, I Love, I Am, a colourful...

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...

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...
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