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Get your 'e' on at the second annual eBike Expo. Following the success of the inaugural eBike Expo last year, Icon Conference and Event Management is pleased to announce the event’s return. Come and check out the latest technology and trends, connect with the experts, take a

For the second year in a row Allbirds have partnered with New Zealand Forest & Bird to launch a limited collection of shoes inspired by last year's Bird of the Year.  The crowned winner of Bird of the Year for 2018 was the gluttonous kererū which is well

Auckland Harbour Bridge evokes blue-water for our voyagers. Colourful and dramatic, Vector Lights for Tuia 250 will pay tribute to the city’s long, rich and courageous voyaging history with a bespoke light show on Auckland Harbour Bridge, ushering in Tuia 250 ki Tāmaki Makaurau. For four evenings,

Socially responsible and environmentally-friendly cult denim brand Outland collaborates with Karen Walker. By Carolyn Enting A very special limited edition collab has fashion industry buzzing in the best way. Outland Denim x Karen Walker is the first ever collab for the Australian denim brand which shot to fame

Emily Bell travelled to Rotorua for a mini-break and discusses all the fabulous activities to try out in the area. Words Emily Bell Nestled between the rolling Waikato hills to the north and the bubbling lakes of the Waimangu Volcanic Valley to the south lies Rotorua; an

The cotton tea bag you can easily rinse, ready for next use. Supplies unbleached cotton scissors needle round wooden stick diameter 3mm, 12cm long brown and white sewing thread How to do it Using a pencil and ruler, draw the shape of the 7cm x 7.5cm teabag on double folded cotton. Cut out

This DIY cotton coffee filter is easy to make and will look great in your home, while helping to reduce waste. Photography Louis Lemaire. DIY and styling Janneke Peters. This coffee filter is suitable for the Chemex six- or eight-cup coffee filter system but can also be

Business should have a social purpose. Words John Berry Many companies have a sustainability focus and achieve great things for New Zealand. But equally there are companies that do harm. It may be social harm – there are more than a hundred exploitive employers on the Labour Inspectorate’s

Meet Andres Villegas, Ella Rose Shnapp and Michel Sluysmans, three beekeepers who are in it for the love of bees. Each practises bee-first beekeeping, putting the welfare of their hives before profit and commercialism. Words and photography Sophie Merkens Andres Andres heads out early morning to check on