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  • Category: Lifestyle
    the state of the jungle which was my backyard in my last more It was hot damn hot A new year is upon us and like for most old people they seem to be coming around faster every time This year more Make time to master the art of relaxation You will feel better for it Summer holidays have come and gone for some but for others they are still continuing The summer weather makes more A taste of Nouvelle Caledonie Francoise and Alain Belpadrome will bring a taste of New Caledonia to today s Multicultural Bite Festival For more Jorjia s life changing trip helping elephants Weak and limping she collapses unable to carry another camera happy tourist She has given decades of service more Shining a torch for the children of Pasifika Occasionally you get to meet someone special someone indefinable charismatic and encompassing a force of more Plastic bags and coffee pods among waste wise highlights of 2015 Finding solutions to foodwaste has become a priority In March Love Food Hate Waste NZ released the results of more Riverbridge Conservation Area a safe haven for wildlife The success of the Riverbridge Conservation Area is testament to wetland

    Original URL path: http://www.guardianonline.co.nz/lifestyle/page/4/ (2016-04-30)
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    might be an international name in the horticultural world but the Ashburton man is also rapidly gaining more Extra stalls confirmed This year s Waitangi on East festival will be bigger and better according to organiser Carol Johns With 50 more The centre of attention Despite its close styling similarities to the previous model much has changed in the latest Focus hatch more Rallying around Early in the New Year I m planning to visit Diane and Tony Adams and I m looking forward to that I mention more Input on social services sought The social shape of the Ashburton District of tomorrow will be decided by the willingness of people to more Which diet will I choose this week Now should I do the Atkins diet Intermittent fasting The No Sugar Diet Weight Watchers Paleo The ones that more Dealing in grief Linda Johnson never imagined she would end up dealing in death but after 24 years she feels right at more Is movin on always a good thing The pile of boxes in my shed is growing as we pack my mother up to move off the family farm It s no more Summer season recipes that are

    Original URL path: http://www.guardianonline.co.nz/lifestyle/page/5/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Category: Lifestyle
    there s no place for it in our educational more From the sheep s back to the catwalk When it comes to creativity it takes a lot to go past Shona Schofield She can take wool silk and a little water more A castle Yes sir When a customer walked in wearing a tee shirt shorts and jandals and said he wanted to build a castle Bradford more Craft fair draws crowds Charline Clajot was in the market for a warm hat when she visited the Methven Craft Fair on Sunday Hundreds of more The snows fell but Mrs Chook survived Last time I wrote this column I whined about the cold Little did I know half a metre of snow was about to more History does repeat Call me old fashioned which is probably better than some of the things I may have been called but I still think more Dancers chase national awards Almost 200 of New Zealand s top national and highland dancers will be on stage in Ashburton next weekend chasing more Energy Boosting nutrients and herbs for winter With the change of the seasons and the recent snow on the mountains this is a time

    Original URL path: http://www.guardianonline.co.nz/lifestyle/page/10/ (2016-04-30)
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    Former sequence dancing teacher Norman Jackson will be remembered by his pupils and others this weekend Glenys more Motoring From US to NZ with love There will be vehicles and machines of every shape and size parading along East Street on Sunday more Motoring Subaru WRX still loving it It s 11 years since Possum Bourne died further up the road from where this new WRX sits in the photo And 21 more Fish and Game inquiries ongoing Central South Island Fish and Game is confident of finding those responsible for illegally introducing salmon into Lake more Show vibrant and colourful Colour and enchantment will feature at Vjekoslav Nemesh s Mother Of All Illusions exhibition to open at Terrace Downs more Motoring Hilux is an effortless ride The Guardian s motoring writer Roger Hart checks out Toyota s new utility offering Don t forget more Author through to quarterfinals Methven author Cheryl Irwin has had her debut novel Another Word For Sister make it through to the quarterfinals of more Get back to basics for chronic fatigue For some people chronic fatigue and chronic pain can be a constant everyday occurrence which interferes with living a more Nothing beats mum

    Original URL path: http://www.guardianonline.co.nz/lifestyle/page/20/ (2016-04-30)
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    and across the world string trio Tres Cordes are more ARTS Hard art intended to make people think Public speaking was miles outside the comfort zone for local artist Sarah Harper but she rose to the challenge more Review School production professional It seems they don t make school productions like they used to with this offering from Mount Hutt College at a more FOOD Warm up for winter with pumpkin soup With pumpkin plentiful and cheap soup will be on the menu in many homes No matter how much you welcome that first more MOTORING Memories will linger long There has to be many lasting memories from the recent two week celebration of the wheel The memories of those more GARDENING Roses reward you for extra care A change of seasons signals that it s time to think about refreshing existing rose beds and planting new ones New more ARTS North artist to show her striking ceramics Among guest artists at the Ashburton Society of Arts annual exhibition this year will be Wellington Potters more MOTORING The Great Kiwi Road Trip What better way of celebrating the end of summer but a boys trip to Blenheim in an recently

    Original URL path: http://www.guardianonline.co.nz/lifestyle/page/30/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Category: Lifestyle
    Events News Latest News Sport Schools Ashburton College Newsletter Farming Photos Subscribe Jobs Contact Us Log In Home Lifestyle Having a baby at 35 simply too late By Sam Morton Leading fertility experts have warned against the dangers of having babies too late in life and are more Bentley Continental GTC V8 Launch The New Zealand launch of the Bentley Continental GTC more Latest Bentley rolled out in front of

    Original URL path: http://www.guardianonline.co.nz/lifestyle/page/44/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Lisa Fenwick
    come last They are last to the rest they need last to the healthcare they need and last to look after themselves It doesn t seem to matter how many times they read the clichés like look after yourself so you can look after your loved ones and many more like it it s what we women do I certainly do not look more Single women on a shifting mission

    Original URL path: http://www.guardianonline.co.nz/tag/lisa-fenwick/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Mum on the run
    Home Web Cams Your Community Events News Latest News Sport Schools Ashburton College Newsletter Farming Photos Subscribe Jobs Contact Us Log In Home Posts Tagged Mum on the run Is it pampering or just plain necessary Mothers so often come last They are last to the rest they need last to the healthcare they need and last to look after themselves It doesn t seem to matter how many times

    Original URL path: http://www.guardianonline.co.nz/tag/mum-on-the-run/ (2016-04-30)
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