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Give Back, Shift Forward

The number of young women taking part in sport and physical activity in NZ is declining. Costs like registration fees, sports uniforms and equipment mean that for lots of kiwi girls, getting active is becoming increasingly difficult. Luckily, Give Back, […]

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Let’s Brew Kereru!

Being gluten-free isn’t always easy. And it’s a lot harder without a cold one at the end of the day. This is what the team at Kereru Brewing wanted to fix when they started their special line of Gluten-Free Auro […]

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Venture Up

Looking at Venture Up 2016 is a bit like looking directly into the future. It’s a programme run by Creative HQ, in which NZ’s forty finest young entrepreneurs will be brought together in January and February to take part in […]

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The Derring-do of Darren Watson

Darren Watson is a bit of a Pledgend. (That’s a PledgeMe legend, for the uninitiated.) This Wellington rhythm and blues musician has run three successful PledgeMe campaigns already, funding both an album and a music video. Now he’s back with something a […]

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The Road Home

In the past few years, the stories we hear from Christchurch have been all about one thing: the earthquakes. And for good reason – both devastating and life changing, the quakes have profoundly changed Christchurch, and will continue to affect […]

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Jack Feels Big

Teaching kids the names for things they can see and touch is easy – but how do you help a child name something much more elusive, like feelings or virtues? This week for What’s Up Wednesday we had a chat […]

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Crafters & Co Limited

For this week’s What’s Up Wednesday, we talked to our newest equity campaign, Crafters & Co. We are hopping with excitement to work with these brewtiful people, and we hope you are too! Crafters is dominating the distribution domain, currently […]

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Floatation Dreams

Canterbury carer Angela Prosser wants to make a difference in the lives of disabled children. Having spent her life as a massage therapist studying fitness and nutrition, she knows a thing or two about wellbeing – and she believes the […]

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Anika Moa’s Songs for Bubbas 2

So, this is a campaign we’re pretty amped about. Anika Moa, New Zealand’s songwriting sweetheart, is back on the scene with more songs to lull kiwi kids off to sleep – and she’s chosen to put them out through crowdfunding. […]

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