By striking from school, Christchurch students demonstrate how prepared they are to take their future into their own hands. However, they still have lessons to learn.
The Riverside Market on Oxford Terrace in the heart of the city has opened its doors and is a feast for the eyes…and the stomach!
Over the next few issues Dr Chris Jansen from the Leadership Lab and Dr Cheryl Doig from Think Beyond will explore the way learning in secondary education is currently delivered in order to better equip students for the future they will find themselves in.
We all aspire to live a healthier and happier lifestyle. And for local developers Shane Kennedy and Jason Whitelaw, their latest project, Verdeco Park, is paving a pathway for us to achieve this.
In the construction industry, vertical integration guarantees maximum efficiencies of time and cost for agricultural, commercial and industrial building projects, big and small.
We all love to travel, but we don’t all have an eye that can capture places and people with the beauty and balance of photographer Mickey Ross, explains Julia Atkinson-Dunn of Studio Home.
It is one of the most used pieces of furniture in the home, which is why buying a couch is an investment worth taking some time to ponder over. The team at Maree Hynes Interiors explains.
Bite-size pieces celebrating local happenings, events and news.
Ian Gould lives by a motto: ‘When you look back on one’s life, helping others to achieve must surely be the greatest achievement of all.’ And even now, with a rare form of terminal cancer lurking ominously, Ian selflessly continues to give to others, a twinkle in his eye, a laugh at the ready; a man who achieves happiness when he’s helping others.
New Zealand has the highest rate of unique or endemic butterfly and moth species anywhere else in the world, and yet most people rarely get an opportunity to see them as intensification forces their habitats further up into the mountains and other remote places.