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International Yoga Festival to be held in Albany this month

More than 75 international and local presenters across multiple Yoga styles (including Aerial and Stand Up Paddle) along with over 100 workshops, numerous musicians, concerts and dance; will feature at the four-day New Zealand International Yoga Festival at the Kawai Purapura Yoga Resort, 14 Mill

Go by Bike Day celebrates growing pedal power in Wellington

Go by Bike Day this Wednesday 7 February will be a big celebration for the growing number of Wellingtonians who are choosing to make some trips by bike.

BBQ the main way Kiwis socialize over summer - Canstar Blue

Not that you needed proof - but we thought we’d give you it anyway - 94% of Kiwis believe sausage sizzle is a real piece of Kiwi culture.

Neighbours Day Aotearoa 24 and 25th March 2018

Whether you live in a suburb, on a city block, in an apartment or on a rural property, you have neighbours - and knowing your neighbours matters.

Wanaka bakery recruits top Kiwi baker

Award-winning Wanaka business The Bakery Wholesale has recruited one of New Zealand’s leading bakers as part of major business expansion plans.

PappaRich delivered to your door with UberEats

PappaRich Skyworld has partnered with UberEats, which means if you’re in Auckland CBD, you can have Roti Canai with Beef Rendang and other Malaysian favourites delivered to your door.

New Zealand couple develop eco-friendly school lunch solution

Developed by local Hawke’s Bay couple and parents, Stacia Jensen and Miko Hayashi, LilyBee Wrap’s reusable beeswax wraps are the perfect solution to reducing plastic packaging and keeping food fresh in your child’s lunch box.

Parents use app to share the parenting overload

It takes a village to raise a child. Our lives are busier than ever and parents cannot be in two places at once. This is why Melbourne Mum, Maggie Scott founded Parachuute, an app that alleviates parental stress by co-ordinating help between the village.

Rebuilding the West Coast one drop (dram) at a time

It rains a lot on the West Coast, some might say that is a bad thing, but as Andrew Robb, Chairman of the West Coast Governance Group stated in his foreword of the Tai Poutini West Coast Economic Development Action Plan 2017-Ref1 "The West Coast is full of potential.

Cashel Square welcomes Muffin Break concept store

Cantabrians have always been fans of ‘cake and a cuppa’ so the unveiling of Muffin Break’s brand-new concept store in Cashel Square is welcome news for the region.

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