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Food and Drink

Is that a national Gold Award pie?

For pie makers round New Zealand autumn signals the time for considering which pies they’ll enter in the Bakels NZ Supreme Pie Awards. The stakes are high and many bakers say customer feedback is a major part of the decision-making process of entering.

Property

Dream Whitianga waterfront lifestyle

As remote work continues to redefine lifestyle choices and people seek to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, the Whitianga region is experiencing a surge in demand, Luckily, that coastal serenity doesn’t have to come with a hefty price tag.
Property

Steeped in local history

Coromandel Peninsula has an amazing number of interesting places, beaches and history throughout its communities and landscape.

When you rescue a sea bird
Pets and animals

When you rescue a sea bird

Summer is in full swing around the Coromandel region and the beaches are welcoming thousands of visitors, some more unusual than others!
Food and Drink

Nook – inspired by The Fillery

Georgia Gilsenan-Fitzgerald has brought her environmental ethos to Nook, her new business. She opened Nook, at 24 Albert Street, nestled between Ball and Co and gathered co, in the second week of December.
Food and Drink

Blueberries for Health: The tastiest one’s are grown in Coroglen

Personal: My health condition has had me searching for foods which will stabilize and support my health. Health gurus have various suggestions but they all agree on the health benefits of one food – blueberries. Consequently, for a year now I have been having some blueberries as part of my breakf…
Travel and Adventure

Motor caravaners have new park

The Chairman of the Hauraki-Coromandel Branch of the New Zealand Motor Caravan Association, Murray Bennett, had a rather auspicious event to lead and host on Saturday afternoon, 16 December in Whitianga