Alfa Romeo have consistently achieved distinctive design over more than one hundred years of manufacture Continue reading BECOMING AN ALFISTI IN ONE EASY LESSON
By Sandy Myhre Busan is Korea’s second most-populace city next to Seoul. It is a port city in the south and on a sunny day in early June 2018, history was made, not in a way that is immediately apparent but significant nonetheless. For the first time at an Asian motor show, three women journalists were there as a group, at the initiative of Hyundai. The … Continue reading HYUNDAI AND KIA BY DESIGN
By Sara Dinnen Living in a small town, one has two options. My home town is in the Far North of New Zealand, so it could be considered the tip, the head, the apex of the country. Actually, Māori consider it the tail of the legendary fish Māui, so in that sense it could also be considered the arse end of the country. Either way, … Continue reading FROM THE SUBLIME TO THE RIDICULOUS – TWO BOOKS OF VASTLY DIFFERING COMPETENCE.
What started as a protest in 2011 by Manal al-Sharif, has finally ended a decades-long battle. Continue reading SAUDI WOMEN CELEBRATE
None of them had the stuffy and potentially fawning “Madam” and “Sir” approach during their verbal interactions. Continue reading THE MUMMY AND THE DUKE
The attractiveness litmus test comes from others. Two women asked what sort of car it was and threw in a few questions about performance and price. Continue reading MITSUBISHI’S NEW ECLIPSE CROSS SUV:
Hoping to capture tourism growth and eminently suited to do so is the Bay of Islands in the Far North of New Zealand. With 260 kilometres of sea encompassing more than 140 subtropical islands replete with sandy shorelines overlooked by natural bush, it surely is a tourist mecca. Continue reading WHY BAY OF ISLANDS TOURISM IS ON THE RISE