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Inside our New Zealand May 2017 Issue

Inside our New Zealand May 2017 Issue

Take an exclusive look inside the pages of our New Zealand May issue with our Kiwi stars in Hollywood on the cover.

Inside our New Zealand May 2017 Issue

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COVER STORY: KIWIS IN HOLLYWOOD

Meet our brightest shining stars taking on Tinseltown, from power couple Siobhan Marshall and Millen Baird, and to Kimberley Crossman.

MY STORY: TRISH HEAGERTY

When Heagerty tragically lost her husband, she thought she would never recover. She tells how she found new meaning in life.

PSYCHOLOGY: COMFORT EATING

Most of us have a go-to food vice to turn to at times of stress, boredom or even celebration. It could be a harmless habit, but it could also have deeper psychological implications. Find out how to create a healthy relationship with food.

HEALTH: SUGAR COATED

Part three of our investigation uncovering the hidden sugars in ‘healthy’ foods.

It looks at different ways to educate ourselves on the sugar content of these to help us decipher nutrition labels.

TRAVEL: NEW CALEDONIA

A postcard-perfect archipelago in the South Pacific, New Caledonia is an intriguing and inviting union of French sophistication and Melanesian charm.

BEAUTY: NEW FRAGRANCES

We review the latest perfumes to hit the shelf in time for Mother’s Day to help you choose the best one for your mum.

DÉCOR: WHITE ON WHITE

A once-dated townhouse gets a fresh coat of white paint and some finishing touches using both complementary and contrasting furnishings.

FOOD: FOR COOLER WEATHER

From award-winning cheeses and autumn lamb recipes, to a Mother’s Day feast and new batch-cooking series, featuring brioche doughnuts, our food pages are packed with ideas and tips for the season’s bounty.

DRINK: BIODYNAMIC WINES

It’s a hot topic – find out why this sustainable winemaking practice of growing vines by the lunar phases could be the way forward to help us minimise our carbon footprint and create better wines.

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