The Haunting of Hill House (Netflix Series)
A modern twist on the Shirley Jackson novel, this bone-chilling series follows the lives of the Crain family. Taunted by their childhood in the dilapidated mansion, the family must now face their demons and the house that terrorised them. Binge-watch this 10-episode season now as the show has just been renewed for a second season!
Sero Rosé Gin
Never tap into one of your hard-earned cheat days again! We’re all for this zero carb, zero sugar, zero worries little number which is destined to be a crowd pleaser as the weather warms up! Your favourite Rosé flavour refreshed with a twist of locally produced gin and sparkling water.Serving suggestion from Sero: Over ice and garnished with a wedge of lime. Delish!
This superstar has been used in Eastern cultures for centuries. Touted as a natural remedy for a variety of ailments including; skin disorders, reducing inflammation, and aiding digestion. Exceptionally rich in fatty acids omega-6 and omega-3 – it has the perfect balance of both for the body!
Tile Pro Tracker
Not a want, but a need! If you are a shocker at losing your keys (aren’t we all?) then this is the gadget for you! This nifty little tile attaches to your key ring (or anything you’re prone to losing) and can be tracked via the app on your smartphone.
Furbo – Pet Camera
Ever wondered what your furry friends get up to while you’re gone? This pet camera allows users to connect their smartphones to the device, streaming Full HD video! Furbo also dispenses treats, remote controlled from the user’s smartphone.
The perfect way to see the stunning national parks and forests of New Zealand! Here are some of henry’s favourites:
Lake Rotopounamu Track, Turangi – Easy, 2 hr return
Homunga Bay Walk, Waihi – Medium, 4.5 hr return
Mt Ngongotaha Nature Loop & Jubilee Track, Rotorua – Easy, 1.5 hr return
This Is Going to Hurt
“Welcome to the life of a junior doctor: 97 – hour weeks, life and death decisions, a constant tsunami of bodily fluids, and the hospital parking meter earns more than you.” Kay writes a no-holds-barred account of his junior years as an NHS Doctor, describing the trials and tribulations of the best and worst of medicine.