AA Directions Winter 2023
Welcome to the first digital-only issue of AA Directions magazine!
From this year we are creating four editions of the magazine. In Autumn and Spring you will continue to receive printed issues, then in Winter and Summer you'll get these extra special online editions via your inbox. We hope you enjoy the content we've picked for you this winter!
For our main feature, we talked to 10 incredible young Kiwis who are achieving great things in their chosen fields. Also in this issue we share tips for driving in the snow, explore the trials and tribulations of building a tiny house, reveal interesting results from an AA road safety survey and travel to Rāwene, Aotea Great Barrier Island and Christchurch City. Plus, we venture overseas to the beautiful Dodecanese Greek Islands and take a family trip to the Cook Islands.
And, as always, we've got some fantastic prizes to be won, including a trip for two to Rarotonga!
From unique art exhibitions to mid-winter Christmas celebrations, a light festival, a deep-dive into ancient Egypt and New Zealand's premier fashion event, we've picked some of the best things to see and do this winter.
Are you heading to the ski slopes this winter? Whether its your first time driving in icy conditions or you’re a seasoned veteran, it pays to be prepared.
We talk with Claire Cowan, Composer and Loughlan Prior, Choreographer about the new season of the Royal New Zealand Ballet’s Hansel & Gretel.
What happens when small towns are bypassed by new highways?Read more - The impact of new highways
Your AA news and Member updatesRead more - What's on at the AA?
Tips for managing the cost of livingRead more - Budgeting advice
AA research reveals the safety benefits of new roadsRead more - Road safety research