Becoming a morning person

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I feel it best to start this post with a disclaimer: I am not a morning person.

During primary school years Mum would have to pull me out of bed in the morning after yelling at me for a good half an hour. She tried everything, turning on the light, opening the curtains, pulling back the covers, alarm clocks, music, having a hot drink ready to go. Nope, I still wasn’t getting out of bed and when I did, it would take me ages to get ready. Continue reading “Becoming a morning person”

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How to get an internship and how to rock it!

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After my two weeks interning at the Hawke’s Bay Today and now interning at The New Zealand Herald for their Bite magazine, I feel I am now qualified enough to share some of my tips to getting an internship and what to do once you have it. Continue reading “How to get an internship and how to rock it!”

Review: Chuffed on High Street

Photo / Emma Stanford
Photo / Emma Stanford

Tucked down a mirrored corridor, you would be forgiven if you hadn’t noticed Chuffed as you walked down Auckland CBD’s High Street. Seats will be far and few between when more people find this café which bursts with personality and impressive food. Continue reading “Review: Chuffed on High Street”

Hohepa making ‘every life fully lived’

Little is known about the work that goes on at Hohepa Hawke’s Bay. I spoke to the team there to find out just what it is they are all about.

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Police handling of thefts leave residents unimpressed

With car thefts in central Auckland on the rise, residents are unimpressed with how the police are handling the crime wave. Continue reading “Police handling of thefts leave residents unimpressed”