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Features Issue 157 / August 2019

Nelson Tasman and Marlborough’s magazine

26 Pet phenomenon Pets come in all shapes and sizes and play an important role in the lives of their owners and wider society. Ivy Lynden delves into the how and why

30 NZIA Awards The judges have spoken and now Lynda Papesch brings you some of the architectural triumphs from across the Top of the South

52 Team Mako FinzUp Team Mako for another promising season. Geoff Moffett checks out what’s ahead for the mighty Mako – men and women

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60 Retirement lifestyle The concept of retirement has changed dramatically these days. Renée Lang takes a look at one of the region’s largest ongoing lifestyle projects INTERVIEWS

12 My Big Idea Project Janszoon’s Ruth Bollongino spends hours studying giant native snails as part of a research project aimed at saving these distinctive endangered invertebrates

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20 The Interview Internationally renowned classical pianist Richard Mapp now calls Nelson home. He talks to Sarah Nottage about the past and the future

22 Local Connection Nelson-based film producer and screenwriter Justin Eade has plenty of projects on the go. He chats to Erika Galpin

24 Rising Star Picton artist Rebekah Codlin specialises in hyper-realistic portraits, painted in oils on massive canvases. Frank Nelson gives some insight into why she can’t keep up with demand for her work

110 My Education Indian-born NMIT Bachelor of Arts and Media student Jeet Pandya speaks to Angela Zame about art imitating life 4

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Profile for WildTomato

WildTomato August 2019  

Pet Phenomenon | Team Mako | Retirement Lifestyle | Fresh Herbs’ Benefits | Organic Wines | Fabulous Fashion | Gardening in Pots | Winter Ad...

WildTomato August 2019  

Pet Phenomenon | Team Mako | Retirement Lifestyle | Fresh Herbs’ Benefits | Organic Wines | Fabulous Fashion | Gardening in Pots | Winter Ad...