HELP THEM HELP KEA

Nestled in the mountainous, beech- forested valley of Arthur’s Pass is the Kea Kiosk, the result of years’ worth of work by Dr. Laura Young, George Moon and Mark Brabyn, along with numerous hours of volunteer time from many people.

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AN ICON FOR EAST FRAME

striking, sixteen-metre tall, totem-esque sculpture is planned for Christchurch’s East Frame, adding a touch of Tongan and Aotearoa New Zealand culture to further complement the city’s cultural diversity and understanding.

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A SECOND CHANCE

Danni France has lived a life and a half already. In the few short months since launching her online store The Mustard Jumper, her brand has grown from vintage homewares and clothing to a platform of transparency and positive impact.

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LUXURY PARKSIDE LIVING

Grigori Koulanov, the director of Hagley Mews developer Profico, moved to Christchurch in the mid-1990s with his parents. He mentions that his family almost settled here by chance – giving it a year to see if it was a city for them.

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A CENTRAL CITY PAMPERING

An exciting addition to the CBD is Moss Spa, thefirst purpose-built spa to open since the earthquakes. Spa Manager Kirsten Yellowlees and her team are ready to introduce Christchurch to a whole new level of pampering, luxury, and relaxation.

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