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Saturday 19th August 2017

Cattle breeder in a right pickle

They say if you want something done, ask a busy woman and Ardmore farmer, Ginni Alexander is certainly testimony to that. Now the former...

A code of their own

From playing and coaching Auckland’s women to victory, claiming two World Cups with the Black Ferns and, last season, the Farah Palmer Cup for...

A charm-ing story

Her designs have been worn by Prime Ministers, heads of industry and overseas celebrities but now Kim Jobson is just as happy working on the...
Manukau Heads - Lighthouse

Making light work

Ask Big Bay’s Bruce Russell about the history of one of our most famous local landmarks and he’ll be pleased to enlighten you, as...

Pukekohe pair all the way with VSA

Before we, in the west, can even begin to help people from the poorer parts of our world, first we need to prick up...

Transformed in every way

With two degrees in hand – law and business management – Melanie O’Halloran’s interest in interior design was tugging her in a new direction....

Boston back from wild

It can be a difficult task tracking some interview subjects down; when it comes to Sam Boston, it’s next to impossible! However, despite the...

Driving ambition on fast track

Making it big in the male-dominated sport of motor racing is Franklin’s Alexandra Whitley. The 22-year-old is one of the country’s most successful drivers...

Local author talks of tales

Author, Elaine Blick, is no stranger to turning to new chapters in her life. Shortly before the release of her latest novel (Hearts Set...

Horse power – THE FISKENS’ STORY

Who are the Fiskens? It’s a simple, yet most profound question. And, it would take a lot more than one article to even begin...

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