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Athlete and nutritionist Sarah Mortimer experienced firsthand the challenges that come with twins. Now president of Multiples Bay of Plenty, she’s guiding the charity to help support other parents.

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Jenni-Lee Reardon is a practitioner in Māori romiromi and mirimiri at Ata Bodywork. She connects through kōrero, intuitive movement and breathwork, to clear blockages, rebalance and realign.

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This is the first story in our series about Tauranga’s coffee ‘carts’ (sheds, caravans, containers) — places that bring people together. We order a brew from the popular Welcome Bay hub, Pippy’s Pantry.

Photo essay

Mount-based photographer Jane Keam has spent time in the small coastal town of Mahia, capturing the connection between people and the land for her new book, The Land Remains; A Tribute to Mahia.

Seasonal Kitchen

Spring heralds new life in Holly’s garden, so she’s showcasing crisp veges in spring rolls, using juicy lemons in zingy limoncello (perfect to sip or gift), and adding a spicy lift to her favourite carrot cake. cake.

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Full Steam Ahead

The Sauna Project’s mobile sauna offers Bay of Plenty locals the chance to get hot ‘n’ steamy (then freezing cold) at their favourite beach or event and experience the physical and mental benefits.

Double Trouble?

Athlete and nutritionist Sarah Mortimer experienced firsthand the challenges that come with twins. Now president of Multiples Bay of Plenty, she’s guiding the charity to help support other parents.

The Land Remains

Mount-based photographer Jane Keam has spent time in the small coastal town of Mahia, capturing the connection between people and the land for her new book, The Land Remains; A Tribute to Mahia.

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