Andrew Pangrazio says one of his funniest moments was quite an adventure… after completing school, going on an around Australia trip with his best mate and getting stuck in Carnarvon for six months!
There was a great community of like-minded people I met through radio station 4TTT. We opened clubs, ran gigs and there was a great feeling around town. It was easy to start a band – we could rehearse every day and develop very quickly.
Renowned for making the best shortbread, Dennis Clark reveals his favourite day is Thursday when he has his grandsons over for dinner/sleepover.
Success isn’t just down to talent – so much of it boils down to having a positive attitude, applying yourself and setting clear goals.
Stephanie Healy shares one of her funniest moments was when her cat gate crashed her job interview! Read more of this story.
My mother took me to ballet lessons when I was just five. My ballet teacher, Ann Roberts, taught me that dance was not about technique – it was about what you had to share with your audience.
Annette Bruder talks about her most memorable holiday in the North Island of New Zealand and travelling by car visiting glow worm caves, thermal springs, Hot Water Beach and up to Russell to watch the Tall Ships sailing in the Bay of Islands.
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