Editor’s note: Snuggle up

Skis and snowboards are being waxed, thermal clothing acquired, and winter leisure pursuits planned. Along with wind and rain, snow has already blanketed various regions, and there are forecasts of more to come, compliments of El Niño.

That’s welcome news for some, unwelcome for others who prefer warmer climes. Many fly to more tropical countries during winter, and that’s great until you arrive home to freezing temperatures. Snuggling up at home in front of a warm fire on a wet winter day is hard to beat. Even better, relax with a magazine, one of the latest paperback books, or put your headphones on, close your eyes and enjoy your favourite music.

Metropol Editor, Lynda Papesch

We’ve passed the shortest day now, although traditionally some of our coldest weather comes from mid-winter to spring. That means plenty of time for rest and relaxation, and for diving into the pages of Metropol. This issue is full of great reading, inspirational stories and ideas, from where to go and what to do, to fashion,
food, home and living, and a bumper build section.

Sections are one of the strengths of the magazine, unique to Metropol in the Canterbury region. Also unique is its Christchurch and Canterbury focus, enabling readers to catch up with what is happening in our region.

Timely features highlight other provinces occasionally, however the bulk of the content, advertising included, is dedicated to those who live, work, and do business in our region. Think local, support local, and make the most of those cold days by enjoying our latest read.


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