Ethical garment manufacturer Little Yellow Bird will begin recycling its products when they reach the end of their wearable life, making it the first New Zealand fashion brand to close the loop on its supply chain.The business has just had its garments certified by a

A recent study by Victoria University of Wellington reveals that staghorn fern colonies display behaviours found in ant or bee colonies, named 'eusociality'. Eusociality is a phenomenon that before now has only been observed in animals. It occurs when animals live in colonies comprised of

From 1 - 4 October 2020, New Zealand's top creatives will transform Albert Park into a playground for the curious. From huge interactive artworks, stunning performance artists, a lineup of homegrown music talent, sensory cocktails and an array of tasty kai, there will be something

We have searched high and low across the country to put together a wonderful Good-approved goody bag that's bursting with must-have products for everyone who subscribes to Good Magazine at the Christchurch Go Green Expo at Horncastle Arena from Saturday 8 to Sunday 9 August.

INGREDIENTS250gm Mamma’s Amore Rainbow Collection pastaOlive oil1x medium-sized onion, finely chopped1tsp crushed garlic400g can tinned tomatoes1tbsp tomato paste1tsp sugar2tbsp pitted black olives, roughly choppedFresh basil leaves, roughly chopped (as much as you like!)1tbsp green capers, washed & drainedChopped roast capsicum and/or roast eggplant and/or fresh

Linen label hej hej are in the capital city this week (August 3 - 9) to present their new season collection, Ode to Linen, to their Wellington customer base. With no brick-and-mortar stockists in Wellington, but with a large customer base, this is the perfect

In celebration of National Avocado Day, here are some wonderful and weird facts about this delicious fruit that you may be surprised to hear about. Avocados are commonly mistaken for a vegetable, but they're a type of fruit! You can freeze avocados by first mashing

New Zealand 'Food rescue app' Foodprint is offering customers the option to BYO container (or 'BYOC') when placing a food takeaway order via its app. The goal is to normalise this behaviour amongst customers as BYOC reduces the impact of single use takeaway packaging on