Read Issue 36 of Our Place Magazine
Home Farm tells us how to create a community of diverse plants that grow happily together.
Awhina Motutere is a practitioner of rongoā Māori — the art of Māori healing.
A photo essay.
Billy Roy, aka Billy Mushroom, comes from a family of mushroom growers and now harvests his own exotics.
This risotto from Italy’s Veneto region has few ingredients but loads of flavour — it’s currently on Alma Eatery’s very first dinner menu.
Our Place offers an authentic, inclusive and stimulating view into what makes our place, our city tick.
Tauranga musician Georgia Lines started off busking as a tween at the Mount. Fast forward about 12 years, and she has a huge fan base for her music and regularly plays with our industry legends.
Artist Darcell Apelu tells us about her next artwork — a towering gold fountain at Tauranga Art Gallery, her Mount upbringing, the discovery of her Pacific culture and her love of wood chopping.
Fife Lane has delivered superb nights out to locals and visitors alike for two years now, thanks to its excellent service, smart surrounds, well-executed food and all-round attention to detail.
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