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Life in lockdown, Kiwi style

There is a Te Reo Māori word: Rāhui. Rāhui is a sacred practice that follows the basic philosophy…

The New Normal

With rumours of lockdown being listed, it’s not surprising that people are beginning to wonder what…

The Little Things and the Big Things

By Carrie Foster Shhhh…. Can you hear that?  The sound of birds tweeting and the sparrows flapping…
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The Youth of Today By Ruth Foulkes

The youth of today have power and insight They have the world at their fingertips They have freedom…

Mothers

Bu Ruth Foulkes Being mother to these three is the greatest joy. I have a mother who loves…

My Mum Fran By Kirsty Mellor

Mum, grandma, sister and friend, Baking, cooking and caring no end. Today it’s your day, and I just…

Mum’s the Word: Some history and a limerick.

It would not be unrealistic to think that mothers’ day has its origins in a greeting card company’s…

Who wears the trousers?  

How a humble laundrywoman’s daughter challenged the fashion industry and liberated 20th century women.…

Don’t stop believing … By Gemma Stow

One of the most important and the most difficult things to do is believe in yourself. To fully believe,…

Women Of The World - Corners of the World By Sarah Tyley

Corners of the World. How does living in rural France impact on me as a Woman?  Well: I recognise…