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Lawson’s Dry Hills launches trio of Spanish wines

In an effort to add further value and interest for their customers, pioneering Marlborough wine producer, Lawson’s Dry Hills have imported three wines from family company, Raimat in north-east Spain.

Top prize to historian for King Country saga

A book on race relations in 19th century King Country has won historian Professor Michael Belgrave the prestigious 2018 Ernest Scott Prize for the best Australasian history publication.

Opinion: An entire generation of Cantabrians is missing out

By Andrew Leslie, CEO, NZ Recreation Association

The future of New Zealand relies on inspiring young people and growing communities that reflect the far-reaching benefits of being active and enjoying opportunities to ‘have a go.’

Scooter safari gearing up for another trans alpine crossing

On Saturday May 19th, 250 participants of the Tranz Alpine Scooter Safari will attempt to conquer the Southern Alps riding 250 gruelling kilometres Coast-to-Coast from Christchurch to Hokitika on 50cc scooters to raise funds for the New Zealand Cancer Society. You won’t want to miss this!

Homophobia is not a question of attitude, it’s a question of power

When I was younger, I went to church.

The experience of going, for me, wasn't overly positive, so, as soon as I was able to I stopped going and haven’t been back since. I believe in a higher power, but personally, I never found that higher power inside of a church.

L’Oréal celebrates a decade of changing lives

Reach for the stars is the message that has been shared with hundreds of care-experienced young people who have been through the innovative social impact programme L’Oréal Face Your Future.

What's the secret to a long and healthy life? - REPs

It’s exercise!

When we think of the benefits of exercise a few common ones always spring to mind; fat loss, increased energy, and strength and muscle gains.

A life less ordinary for university graduate

Terry Halford has gone from being a "bit of a drop-out" to being an engineer. It’s been a long and complicated road, but Terry’s graduating from the University of Waikato this month with his Bachelor of Engineering (Hons).

Geneva’s Colour Cruise celebrated diversity and inclusion

Over a hundred people with disabilities from Geneva’s Community Living Homes, Geneva Elevator, and members of the public raced at the ASB Showgrounds while being cheered on by friends, families, Geneva staff and VIPs headlined by the Hon Carmel Sepuloni, Minister of Disability Issues and Social

Hannahs introduces new Keds studio collection

Functional sport meets feminine fashion with the introduction of Keds’ Studio Range as part of the Autumn/Winter 2018 collection available now at Hannahs, inspired by and designed for the girl on-the-go.