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A TALE OF TWO SOULS

It is not often that one comes across two people perfectly matched for each other – so complementary of each other’s beings that they are almost one person. I found this, in the love story of John and Maria Black.

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FeaturesJoshua Brosnahan
FRANCES NATION

Inhabiting a sunny top corner of the Arts Centre, Tessa Peach’s store Frances Nation has recently celebrated its first birthday, marking a full year of trading quality wares by New Zealand makers.

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FeaturesJoshua Brosnahan
PENTHOUSE PERFECTION

Seafront penthouse – the words conjure up images of a glamorous lifestyle, stunning outlook and luxury living, be it Bondi, Miami, Venice Beach or Surfers Paradise. This seafront penthouse is closer to home, but no less enticing.

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FeaturesJoshua Brosnahan
CALLING IT

To start slow and stay relaxed is champion auctioneer Logan Moore’s top tip for those vying for this month’s 2018 Young Auctioneers’ title at the New Zealand Agricultural Show.

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FeaturesJoshua Brosnahan
TAKING THE CAKE

Christchurch-born, raised in Fairlie and Timaru, and now in London where he worked on the most important wedding cake of the year, Izaak Adams (Ngāi Tahu) is clearly going places.

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FeaturesBlueprint Ltd
DANCE EVOLUTION

Nineteen-year-old dance protégé Summer Penney will never forget the feeling of being on stage at the Arts Centre Melbourne last December for the Australian Conservatoire of Ballet’s production of Swan Lake.

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FeaturesBlueprint Ltd
ON THE GREEN

Taking care of Canterbury’s oldest golf course – Hagley Golf Club in North Hagley Park – is a big responsibility for one of the country’s youngest greenkeepers, but 23-year-old Troy Hale is already a seasoned hand when it comes to maintaining fairways and greens.

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