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Maid my day

Choosing bridesmaids who have what it takes to help you pull together your dream day can be a tricky business. Focusing on the following essentials will help you select your 2IC wisely and ensure your trip towards the aisle is fun, not fraught. Originally published in New Zealand Weddings, Spring 2012, issue 42.

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Maid my day

Choosing bridesmaids who have what it takes to help you pull together your dream day can be a tricky business. Focusing on the following essentials will help you select your 2IC wisely and ensure your trip towards the aisle is fun, not fraught. Originally published in New Zealand Weddings, Spring 2012, issue 42.

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How to avoid palm oil

Rainforests are being hacked down at an incredible rate to make way for palm oil plantations, but consumers can play their part in stopping this – by going palm oil free. Originally published in The New Zealand Herald’s magazine Element, September 24 2012.

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How to avoid palm oil

Rainforests are being hacked down at an incredible rate to make way for palm oil plantations, but consumers can play their part in stopping this – by going palm oil free. Originally published in The New Zealand Herald’s magazine Element, September 24 2012.

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Power Play

Sun, wind or water…which of these can sustain our lives without despoiling our heritage sites? Originally published in Heritage New Zealand magazine, Spring 2012

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Power Play

Sun, wind or water…which of these can sustain our lives without despoiling our heritage sites? Originally published in Heritage New Zealand magazine, Spring 2012

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The great palm off

Palm oil can be found in one in ten supermarket products. Trouble is, demand for it comes at a huge cost: the deforestation of tropical rainforest, and the destruction of the habitat of all the creatures that exist within it. In the first of a three-part series, Element meets the people doing something about it. Originally published in The New Zealand Herald magazine Element, August 27 2012.

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The great palm off

Palm oil can be found in one in ten supermarket products. Trouble is, demand for it comes at a huge cost: the deforestation of tropical rainforest, and the destruction of the habitat of all the creatures that exist within it. In the first of a three-part series, Element meets the people doing something about it. Originally published in The New Zealand Herald magazine Element, August 27 2012.

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Hold the phone

From texting to taking photos and now dong everything except making us a cup of tea, our phones have come a long way. But marketers need to paddle out ahead of the wave if they hope to reap the rewards of this rapidly changing medium. Here’s a look at the ins and outs of the modern mobile arena…Published in New Zealand Marketing, May/June 2012.

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Hold the phone

From texting to taking photos and now dong everything except making us a cup of tea, our phones have come a long way. But marketers need to paddle out ahead of the wave if they hope to reap the rewards of this rapidly changing medium. Here’s a look at the ins and outs of the modern mobile arena…Published in New Zealand Marketing, May/June 2012.

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Second that!

While the thought of taking another plunge into the throws of ‘I do’ may seem frightening, for most couples the experience is usually very different and just as joyful as when they first walked down the aisle…Originally published in New Zealand Weddings, Autumn 2012, issue 40.

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Second that!

While the thought of taking another plunge into the throws of ‘I do’ may seem frightening, for most couples the experience is usually very different and just as joyful as when they first walked down the aisle…Originally published in New Zealand Weddings, Autumn 2012, issue 40.

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Fair Go

With Kiwi wallets feeling the economic pinch, are shoppers prepared to put their money where their ethics are and buy Fairtrade goods, and how well is New Zealand poised to take advantage of gaps in the local marketplace?… Originally published in The New Zealand Herald’s magazine Element, March 26 2012, issue 9.

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Fair Go

With Kiwi wallets feeling the economic pinch, are shoppers prepared to put their money where their ethics are and buy Fairtrade goods, and how well is New Zealand poised to take advantage of gaps in the local marketplace?… Originally published in The New Zealand Herald’s magazine Element, March 26 2012, issue 9.