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12 Good selection
18 Good times
Good Guide: What's the story behind sugar production? We dip a finger in a few samples
20 Sweet tooth
Good Guide: Looking for a natural alternative to sugar? Here are a few options
Letter from the Interior: How many of those 'essential' items do you really need?
Trend Tracker: Confused about the global Occupy movement? takes a look at what the fuss is all about
28 Ex libris
Book end: Latest reads to inform and inspire
Healthy Living: A healthy balanced diet can make you happier, smarter and more resilient to stress. But which are the vitamins and minerals New Zealanders are most lacking?
Eco Innovation: We're so awash in milk nowadays it isn't just farmers and their animals paying the price, but the land as well. The good news? Some farmers are ringing old-fashioned know-how and diversity back to the paddocks
Healthy Living: From vegan to vegetarian ... to steak-chomping omnivore. Longtime environmentalist and human rights campaigner charts his personal journey through the modern culinary landscape
The Big Issue: You're looking for tasty, healthy and locally sourced food for yourself and your family – including fish. But is it possible to make an eco-friendly choice?
60 Safe harbour
The Big Issue: Marine reserve initiatives are one example of how we can protect the biodiversity of our marine environment and buffer fish stocks against total plunder
Eco Style: Be inspired by bestselling author and stylist Sibella Court's new ideas for creating gorgeous spaces that reflect your own past adventures, interests and personality
Eco Makeover: Transforming your cooking space from woeful to wonderful needn't be expensive or time-consuming
Life Stories: Could you live off the land? travels to Canada to discover how one grassroots movement is redefining the suburban dream.
76 Good stories
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Your Good Life
From garden to jar
Simply Good Food: Indulge in a little home preserving and you'll recapture some of the charm and simplicity of yesteryear. Enthusiastic gardener, accomplished chef and bestselling author explains how
86 Foods to choose
Looking for guilt-free foods to fill your basket? Here are some suggestions for starters
88 Your edible garden
Garden: Raised beds can be an excellent solution – but only if you need them, explains Good's gardening expert
Simple Parenting: As ever-younger girls feel the need to diet, use lipstick and dress in provocative clothing, parenting author considers how to protect our young girls from the pressure to act sexy. Photography by Emma Bass
Clever ideas and lovely things for our planet's newest travellers
100 A cup of love
Handmade: Tea is not only a delicious drink – it can also be used to give old fabric new life for use in gifts or decorations
103 Dry skin rescue
Health & Beauty: Days on the beach are good for your soul – but all that sun and wind can leave your skin parched and rough
105 Ask the naturopath
107 Walk this way
Wellness: Stuck in the doldrums? Can't summon the motivation to get things done? Or simply got a case of the blahs?
108 Readers' tips
Good housekeeping: The satisfaction of a well run home can be found in small victories over waste, muddle and mess
Checklist: As the leaves fall and the days grow shorter, it's a good time to prepare yourself and your home for the colder weather