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The driving force behind golf in Northland

Pressing matters

FASHION

2015 Fashion in the Field Winner Carena West shares the key to her success

Bernina Northland Fashion Awards 2016

Fabulous spring

Fashion in the Field at the Ruakaka Races

Live it, Own it, Love it

The ultimate beach wardrobe

BEAUTY

Do You Suffer From Fine & Thinning Hair?

Gain freedom from unwanted hair

HEALTH

Eyelid problems

One big happy family

The all or nothing approach to fitness: don’t sabotage your good intentions

What would your future self say?

WOMEN IN BUSINESS

Helping small businesses succeed is our passion

Trust us to take care of your fur babies

HOME TRENDS

Achieving a premium result in the sale of your property

Get the most out of your POOL by caring for it properly

Perfect colours for low-light rooms

The great indoors by Weathermaster

We’ve got your back

Spring cleaning

GARDENING

Are you sick of rabbits, hares or possums eating your plants?

Plants make me happy

BOOKS

Books with Annemarie Florian

LOVE IT HERE!

Whangarei in Pictures

There is something very special about sharing food together

MOTORING

Peugeot Speedfight 3 Scooter: toot sweet, it’s a hoot of a scoot

ARTS

Collective marketplace

Two great new shows

LAST WORD

How can we change what has become a habit?

Kids need fresh air

School is punishment if you don't get ready for school

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Collective marketplace

collective marketplace

The Collective Marketplace offers great exposure for those mums who are working from home. These days many people are now selling their products on the internet and this is a chance for people to come along and show case their products to the public and talk about the services that they offer.

Stall holders get to talk and meet with customers as well as network amongst themselves.

Founded by Jane Frazerhurst from The Mother Hood and Brooke Gibson from Thrift Nation, the pair wanted somewhere that local mums in business could showcase their products and services at an affordable price.

Attracting a broad range of businesses from fashion, beauty, health and fitness to children’s wear and a number of food stalls, the number of vendors has almost doubled for the Spring market.

“There really is something for everyone,” they say.

The next Collective Market Place is taking place on the 17th September at Forum North. The market runs from 10am – 2pm and is free entry to the public.

Jane and Brooke have big plans for The Collective Marketplace with a Christmas market already booked in November.

This months market is sponsored by Chris Finlay and Erika Blank from Bayleys Real Estate.

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