Blogs
Avoiding the seventies: You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet
The big news this week is the announcement that the new ‘Doctor Who’ is a lady. Being active Time Travellers ourselves, we’re excited...
21 Jul 2017 16:37
Can horticulture growth continue?
In June this year the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) released its ‘Situation and Outlook for Primary Industries’ report which has...
18 Jul 2017 08:20
Foaming cleansers are bad news for teenagers
When I think back to my own teen years, it’s a reminder to me that all too often teens make mistakes with their skin because they don’t know...
17 Jul 2017 11:44
Make the fear disappear
“When you are grateful fear disappears.” – Anthony Robbins Fear paralyses. It limits what you do and keeps you from stepping out...
17 Jul 2017 11:42
Cats, dogs, cows and revolting old people
Dogs are revolting. They’re fed up with this nonsense about Cat Tax and demand an end to their persecution! Now that the Cat Tax has the entire...
17 Jul 2017 11:08
Let’s talk about your cartilage (Part 2)
I have been helping someone with osteoarthritis in a knee, thumbs, back and neck. We started with a double dose of my joint support formula which gave...
17 Jul 2017 10:06
Latest Global Average Tropospheric Temperatures 1979 to June 2017
The chart below shows that since 1979, when reliable satellite observations became available, there has been little overall trend in the average tropospheric...
13 Jul 2017 11:44
Cartilage loss (Part 1)
Osteoarthritis is all about loss of cartilage, subsequent inflammation and changes to bone and joint structure. The result is pain and loss of mobility. The...
7 Jul 2017 09:25
Keeping New Zealand moving
Infrastructure supports much of our daily lives – it’s the roads we drive on, the schools our children learn in and it delivers our electricity...
26 Jun 2017 15:53
Are dry eyes an issue for you?
Do your eyes get sore, burn or become red or watery? You may have dry eye syndrome. It is estimated that up to 20 per cent of Kiwis suffer from some...
26 Jun 2017 12:37
Pistol Pete and the hometown Cup defence
What a proud week for Tauranga, the Burling family, Tauranga Yacht and Power Boat Club and all the Kiwi fans who have waited so long for yachting payback. Peter...
26 Jun 2017 12:30
Therapy for Osteoarthritis (Part 3)
Last week we discussed how high levels of chondroitin sulphate (CS) help joints affected by osteoarthritis (OA). An excellent 2010 study ‘Chondroitin...
26 Jun 2017 11:34
OECD data dire reading for NZ
The latest OECD report clearly shows New Zealand’s low position on the rankings because we are importing more than we export, and our kids are...
24 Jun 2017 09:51
Build a cathedral, not a brick wall
‘‘People will do almost any ‘what’ if you give them a good ‘why’.’’ – Friedrich Nietzsche You...
16 Jun 2017 11:59
Therapy for Osteoarthritis (Part 2)
Nutritional therapy can be effective in helping osteoarthritis.  For example I have been helping someone with osteoarthritis (OA) in one knee which...
16 Jun 2017 10:59
More than a million
This month the Port of Tauranga has set a record, processing more than one million shipping containers in one year – the first port in New Zealand...
16 Jun 2017 10:57
All eyes on Burling’s performance
The sailing world is awash with the talk of the spectacular performance of Tauranga's Peter Burling and the Kiwi team at Bermuda. The Emirates...
16 Jun 2017 10:27
A bourbon drinker’s guide to wine tasting
Wine tasting rates right up there amongst my 190 most favourite things to do. The other 189 things involve boating, fishing, hunting and dogs. But if...
16 Jun 2017 09:42
Election surveys shows widespread discontent
Only 100 days till our general election. And all across the democratic world, voters have given brutal lessons to politicians about complacency and arrogance....
15 Jun 2017 13:01