Do you love all things homes, interiors and gardens? If so, we have the perfect event for you!
Our ever-popular sellout NZ House & Garden Tours are back for 2022! 🏡 🌸
We’re visiting locations across the country, so make this summer one to remember and join us as we step inside the pages of NZ House & Garden magazine exploring some of the most interesting homes in Aotearoa. Plus it's all for a good cause, with proceeds from tickets sales going towards Breast Cancer Foundation NZ.
Tickets are now on sale. To book and to find out more about all the tour options available, check out our website: www.nzhouseandgardentours.co.nz...
When it comes to choosing an executor for your will, it's vital that you choose someone who will protect your legacy. A person you trust to fulfil your final wishes set out in your will. Scott Errington, Principal Trustee at our Timaru Customer Centre had a chat with stuff.co.nz recently on the importance of an executor for your will.
Check out the article in the link below.
Calling all avid photographers! Our annual Summer Snap competition has kicked off.
We’ve teamed up with Canon for another year to give away six EOS Canon cameras, valued up to $2,699, to the most deserving amateur photographers.
Snap your summer between now and 31 January, choose one of our six categories and head online to stuff.co.nz/summersnap to enter!
Our categories are:
- Great Outdoors
- People and Communities
- Kiwi Summer
- Thrill and Adventure
- Urban Life
- Bach and Backyard
Show us what your neighbourhood (and beyond) has to offer and and you could be taking your next photos with your very own Canon EOS.
Meet Hinerangi Busby who shares her journey with Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi.
I am a graduate of the marae-centred programme, Te Pouhono, transforming Māori communities, promoting mātauranga-a-hapū, a-iwi. My participation took me to the Bachelor of Mātauranga Māori, and then postgraduate study.
Awanuiārangi centres you. This is the nurturing space of Māori researchers, with the support of academic and professional staff; this all transpires from an authentic indigenous and traditional Māori environment.
My studies have empowered me to play a more pro-active role in whānau and hapū affairs. Instead of being angry at a past that we cannot change, let’s become part of the solution for positive change.