Issue 002 - WINTER 2018

Rhythm & Blues

John Kirwan has fought hard, won big and lost openly. His career on the rugby field is unparalleled. His leadership on the sideline is controversial. His honesty in addressing mental health and wellbeing issues is bravery personified....

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Walking them all

Walking New Zealand’s Nine Great Walks in nine weeks presented a challenge for two visiting travel bloggers recently. But it was a challenge tempered by enormous reward.

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Naturally John Kirwan was a rugby hero to many growing up, but the work he does today – both in the wider community and as the Giltrap Group’s Wellness Ambassador – means that JK continues to get plenty of points on the board.JK is the first to admit that he doesn’t always win, and he spoke candidly to 66 about the personal toll his turbulent time as the Auckland Blues coach took on him. Speaking of sportspeople, we also catch up with Kiwi basketball great Tom Abercrombie as he arrives back inNew Zealand following team success at the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast.

And changing gears, we feature this month a look at some identities within the New Zealand music scene that aren’t quite household names (at least, not yet anyway), including kings of collaboration, Jupiter Project. On four wheels, we drive the all new Bentley ContinentalGT (trust me, it’s an absolute stunner), and we check out a couple of stars from New Zealand’s newest automotive brand, SEAT.

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