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Ditch the lycra and look your best on your e-bike! Here are all the stylish looks from our March/April issue e-bikes shoot. Styling Carolyn Enting [testimonial_rotator id=5908]

The March/April 2018 issue of Good hits stands March 1 - take a sneak peek of what's inside now.  The March/April issue of Good is full of inspiration for the new season ahead. Now the working year back in full swing, if you’re feeling stressed out,

Why Ceres Organics are perfect partners with Good magazine for the inaugural 2018 Good People Awards. When we were deciding on a partner for the first Good People Awards, Ceres Organics was one of the first to spring to mind. We’ve been working with them since

Good magazine in partnership with Ceres Organics is proud to introduce our inaugural awards celebrating everyday New Zealanders making a positive difference in the world. Good magazine champions people making a positive difference in the world. Leaders in organics, sustainability, community, social finance and product innovation that impact

Splore Festival is well-known for its quality food truck fare but this year stepped things up another notch with the introduction of a Splore Banquet dinner in a shady forest dell near the park’s lookout point. Words Carolyn Enting Splore Festival is well-known for its quality food

This sweet thirst quencher is a winner for all ages. Recipe and words Rachel Grunwell. Photography and styling Aimee Finlay-Magne This juice is so easy to make and delicious on a hot day. Hydrating coconut water is the base of the drink, but the rock-star ingredient is

Bamboo is a fast-growing, renewable and extremely versatile resource. Lashed together with twine, it can be used to make a classic bamboo ladder. Words and styling Sarah Heeringa. Photography Amanda Reelick You will need: · 3 bamboo poles (2–3m each), garden loppers, marker pen, craft knife or other sharp knife, cutting

Repurpose an old pallet to make a luxurious garden swing. Words and styling Sarah Heeringa. Photography Amanda Reelick What better way to enjoy a languid summer afternoon than with a book and cushions in the garden – or even better, on a swing bed, made with a

Walk the headlands and the beginning of the Te Ara Hura trail, and stop in at a winery or two. Words and photography Carolyn Enting A hike around Waiheke Island’s Headlands walk is a good way to work up an appetite, especially with the lure of lunch at

Weave your perfect walk on Tawharanui Regional Park’s network of tracks. Words and photography Carolyn Enting The melodic call of a bellbird stops me in my tracks. I glance up to see if it really is a bellbird and it hops obligingly into view on a nearby

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