Laser hair removal is no longer the domain of woman. With the hipster beard firmly on trend, one would not be foolish to assume that male hair removal is on the decline – quite the contrary.
What gets in the way of our natural free state? What is enlightenment, really? What does it mean for you to be awake and fully human in the world? These and other questions will be addressed by New Zealand born wisdom teacher Yanchiji, during a series of public talks throughout the North Island from 2 October to 8 October 2015.
A Mt Eden filmmaker has just gone live on the popular crowdfunding site, Kickstarter, to fund a horror movie with a goal of $10,000. ‘Found footage’ style is big overseas but not in New Zealand; Mikey is looking to change that.
CONCEPT® Envirochip® – a patented radiation harmoniser for mobile phones, tablets, WiFi routers and computers – is now available in New Zealand in response to growing concerns around the harmful affects of electromagnetic radiation from cellphones, WiFi and tablets.
While traditional office supply sales such as staples, paper and binders have been in steady decline in recent years, digital media products continue to fill this void.
Composite decking is a safe alternative to timber decking. It is not only cost effective but also environment friendly.
A new initiative has been launched to investigate and address undiagnosed vision problems in lower decile primary schools by some of the country’s top optometrists.
Kiwi families have recouped hundreds of thousands of hours of family time as part of a device free campaign, led by clinical psychologist Nigel Latta.
A Whangarei charity which offers palliative care services for Northlanders with life-limiting illnesses is set to benefit from fundraising efforts in the local community.
Residents of the Bay of Plenty will have the opportunity to lose weight and completely transform themselves thanks to the Biggest Loser 12 Week Challenge.
Otago University Locals Programme raised over $700 for Fibromyalgia Foundation as part of their fundraising campaign for the charity. The Bake Sale on the Leith Bridge was the first of 3 events with the next two being a buffet dinner at La Porchetta and the last a Quiz Night at The Bog.
Remuera Gallery proudly presents “Night Thoughts”, a solo exhibition of ceramic paintings by Gennie de Lange, opening : September 12th- 26, 2015.
Northland children are set to benefit from a new partnership between Sport Northland and Sanitarium, one of the country’s largest health food manufacturers, who will bring a new sporting event to the region.
The Property Masters event introduces newcomers to the New Zealand property investment market. Attendees are introduced to the principles and strategies that afford successful property investment.
It’s Not About Us is a small humanitarian organisation based in Alexandra, Central Otago. They have just completed their fourth project in Vanuatu providing water to those who were in desperate need following Cyclone Pam which caused widespread devastation in Vanuatu earlier this year.
Dental practice first to launch one-of-a-kind online scheduling system for dental appointments. The first fully integrated system reading and writing live appointment data enabling patients to book online.
SLAEVE blends Internet sub-culture with high-end street wear. NZ Fashion Week organisers are so impressed they put on a second show.
We are proud to launch Complete Property Management in the Taranaki region. We’re so confident in our offer that we are giving away $10,000 in cash . Sign up your property with CPM today, and if after an inspection we accept your property for a minimum period of 12 months, you will get $500 cold hard cash to do with as you desire. No gimmicks, no contests, just a reward for joining the best Property Management team in Taranaki. But be in quick, when the $10,000 is gone, its gone.
Eastside Refrigeration, the most trusted HVAC contractors in Hamilton, offers comprehensive commercial air-conditioning design and installation services. These solutions give clients assurance of a comfortable and energy-efficient facility.
Kiwis think the teaching profession is becoming tougher and the majority of us say we wouldn’t have the patience to do the job, according to new research.