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REACH FOR THE SKIES

There are not many businesses out there that have a triple bottom line. One that equally values people, profit, and communities. It’s even more unusual when I tell you it’s a business that deals with engines, blades, and motors.

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A GOOD SORT

The first thing you notice about Ben is his demeanour. Kind, welcoming, 100 per cent proud of his barber shop. Ben’s been cutting hair for some time now. Having started back in his early twenties while in a flat, he used to cut his own hair and his roommates’ as well.

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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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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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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