We speak to New Zealanders who are making a difference
We chat with Royal New Zealand Ballet dancer, Madeleine Graham, ahead of the company's new production, Romeo and Juliet
The journey to make New Zealand predator free by 2050 has begun.
Ten ways to simplify summer.
Fishing guru, Bill Hohepa, shares his secrets of landing the perfect catch.
Solving problems is a big part of how we operate every day. Mostly, we barely notice that we’re even facing a problem – we just go ahead and tackle it, without missing a beat. At other times, of course, they are more challenging. Some problems need an inventive, resourceful approach.
Here, we talk to some inspiring Kiwis who found creative solutions to tricky challenges. To a degree, they’re heroes.
AA Directions magazine speaks with entrepreneur, Derek Handley, about the importance of connecting with our communities.
Go on, take a risk! Throw yourself off a zipline platform, leap out of a plane, ride a horse to see the view or dive into the blue. New Zealand is well known for its high-action tourist attractions; thousands of people from around the globe come here seeking thrills. But pushing the limit of your usual comfort zone needn’t involve fear. A multi-day hike, a kayak adventure on the Waitematā Harbour, or experiencing an event for the first time might also fit the description.
Here’s a selection to inspire your summer planning.
Keen paddle boarder, ocean swimmer and Head of Weather Communications at MetService, Lisa Murray, is looking forward to the good old Kiwi summer. She shares what’s forecast.
We revisit some of the movers and shakers featured in past issues and ask what their world looks like, post the national lockdown.