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Franklin, Auckland
Friday 28th April 2017

Nichol spares his time

NZ rugby may have a bob or two to rub together but that doesn’t mean they can afford to spare a certain Nichol. Since...

My Favourite Thing – Chest still a thing of glory

Many of us would give anything for a magic wand that instantly clears away mess and cutter, re-organises drawers and cupboards in a jiffy...

Plummer masters game

Water polo is regarded as one of the toughest of sports so why on earth would you want to start playing it again in...

Karl Budge – baseline to boardroom

From ‘Serena-gate’ to Jack Sock (fittingly) claiming the men’s title, the recent ASB Classic served up plenty of drama. However, behind the scenes a...

Disability can’t dull Jewel’s sparkle

Failing eyesight hasn’t stopped local historian, Jewel Dell from doing what she does best – writing and illustrating. Eternally optimistic, she’s turned the negative...

Room with a view best in country

Rural Living contributor ANGELA KEMP found herself in the news after being named supreme winner in the NZ House and Gardens Interior of the...

Award-winning jacket puts style into farm wear

The hardy oilskin and iconic Swanndri have long been associated with practical farm attire but a fresh approach to farm apparel has won Bachelor...

Plastic fantastic

A tomato grower from Waiuku is being hailed as one of the most exciting emerging installation artists in New Zealand. Jae Kang has an...

Counting on Skelton

When former Pukekohe local, Joseph Skelton, heads across the ditch soon, he’ll need to be on song and on his toes, as JON RAWLINSON...

Artist Makes Her Mark In China

Port Waikato artist Robin Ranga has just returned from an arts exchange in China. She’s a motivator in the closely-knit settlement and, as she...