Posted by Barry G
Tā Koha Bunch: Manawa from Ngahere Communities

Our Tā Koha Bunch blog series continues as we sit down with Manawa Udy from Ngahere Communities at their soon-to-be-opened co-working, event and makerspace in the heart of Manukau City, to discuss their crowdfunding campaign. Manawa’s got a creative spark. […]

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Posted by Jessie
Everybody Eats

Around one third of the food we produce globally is never eaten. Instead, it ends up in landfills, where it breaks down without oxygen, releasing gases like methane that contribute to climate change. Meanwhile, all across New Zealand, Kiwis are […]

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Posted by Jessie
Taranaki Retreat

Last year, thanks to their crowd, Taranaki Retreat opened its doors. The suicide prevention facility provides a safe and supportive space for Kiwis dealing with suicidal thoughts; or those who have lost someone to suicide; or anyone who is feeling the […]

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Posted by Anna Watson
Stu Buchanan’s Real Book

Stu Buchanan was a most beloved jazz musician especially in Christchurch where he based and all around NZ. One of his former students, Nanako Sato, helped him launch a PledgeMe campaign in 2013 to fund his album “Hey! What’s the […]

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Posted by Anna Watson
Have your Cake and eat it too

Olivia is creating a film to share the reality of living a life full of anxiety (and cake). We chat to Olivia to learn why Cake is going to provide excellent food for thought to its viewers. Why do you think this campaign […]

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Posted by Anna Watson
Aroha for plant-based cuisine

Yingjie was inspired by the range of vegan and vegetarian restaurants she encountered on trips to Australia. So much so, that she has teamed up with her co-conspirer and cooking enthusiast, Silvia, to start a vegan-based restaurant in the heart […]

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Posted by Anna Watson
Car(e) for the Community Driving School

The Puketapapa Community Driving School see driver licences as an important passport to living in our current world. And when one stops to think about it, PCDS is absolutely right. A licence provides independence and a mode family transportation; it is a […]

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