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NZ House & Garden magazine launches online “home”

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19 July 2006

NZ House & Garden magazine launches online “home”

NZ House & Garden, New Zealand’s favorite home and lifestyle magazine, is delivering beautiful houses and gardens, fascinating people and inspirational entertaining direct to readers with its brand new website – www.nzhouseandgarden.co.nz

The new site features selected items from the current issue, as well as past favourites, extra images and even more great recipes.

“The website is a perfect complement to the magazine and is a great resource for our readers, with plenty of fascinating stories and inspiring ideas for great living,” says Michal McKay, Editorial Director.

“For people who love NZ House & Garden the site is an online extension of the magazine – a wonderful resource for inspiration and advice.”

Visitors can sign up for membership to the site to receive updates and to qualify for regular giveaway draws. Signing up also allows access to the “Have Your Say” forums – a dedicated space where members can share their tips for creating a fabulous home, seek advice from fellow members, or discuss questions with the NZ House & Garden editorial team.

A special section of the site is also devoted to the brand-new NZ House & Garden TV show screening now on TV One on Fridays at 7.30pm. Additional items from the TV show are featured in the magazine and on the website.

The August issue of the magazine also celebrates the old and the new – and bringing them together. It includes beautiful homes from Queenstown, Rarotonga and Marrakech, a selection of delicious cakes perfect for morning, afternoon or high tea, and gardening advice from Tony Murrell, co-host of the NZ House & Garden TV show.

The new issue of NZ House & Garden magazine is on sale from Monday July 17 and retails for $8.95. Visit www.nzhouseandgarden.co.nz for inspiration and information 24/7.

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