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Our pick of smart eco stuff to buy, try and know about
16 Good times
18 The good guide: dishwashing liquid
Good Guide: Would you like some diethylene triamine pentaacetic acid with that? dips into the murky world of washing up
22 Ex libris
Trend Tracker: Latest reads to inform and inspire
23 Trend tracker
Book end: Do you end up with old and broken things you feel guilty about tossing? considers smarter ways to return to sender
Our culture reveres the flawless look of youth - and we have a beauty industry promising anti-ageing products galore ...
Simple Living: Your precious mementoes, quirky hand-me-downs and souvenirs from the past are worth showing off at home
45 Jaws of life
The Big Issue: We grow up fearing these monsters of the deep – but chances are we do more harm to sharks than they do to us
Good People: Kiwi human rights lawyer travelled to Afghanistan to help one of the world’s most notorious conflict zones
Beginner's Guide: Forge connections, sharpen your wit, brighten someone’s day and preserve a little piece of now for future generations
Eco Innovation: We meet the South Otago couple behind a sheep farm that’s successfully gone from conventional to organic
62 Heritage coats
Eco Style: For classic coats that will stand the test of time – and which your kids will want to inherit – look for quality fabrics and enduring styles
Special Report: Unless you take great care to avoid it, you’ll almost certainly eat something containing soy today. Questions about soy’s safety are becoming relevant to us all
Life Stories: In the devastating moments when buildings collapsed, sinkholes opened and muddy liquefaction bubbled up, many Cantabrians said goodbye to life as they knew it
Your Good Life
Midwinter dinner party
Simply Good Food: The days are short and a cold wind is blowing up from the south ... it’s time to crank up the oven, light the candles and get friends around for a cosy meal
Good housekeeping: Our easy plan for transforming your house from chilly to cosy – plus Good readers share their tried and tested advice for making the most of the season
Handmade: Repurpose a selection of op-shop glasses and delicate doilies to create a fabulously dramatic late-night table setting
Garden: Pruning strikes fear into many gardeners’ hearts – but can make such a difference to your fruit trees’ productivity, it’s silly not to try
103 Eco-friendly crafting for kids
Eco Babies: When kids get busy with crafts they learn to express themselves in new ways, developing skills along the way
107 Natural beauty?
Health & Beauty: Botanical, natural and organic can all be rather loose terms on a bottle of face cream or a tube of lippy.
Wellness: A change in season can trigger a slump in mood, especially as dreary, cold days become the norm. Here’s what you can do about it.