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Israeli Traveller Conquers Heaphy Track in Wheelchair

Arnon bounced over some rough terr

LivingInPeace Project Resident Artist Retrospective

Over the past 10 years, the LivingInPeace Project has hosted a range of artists including; painters, photographers, poets, writers, musicians, sculptors and hosted live music performances, theatre, poetry recitals, book readings, clown performances, art classes and workshops. The stated objective…

Artist Almut Prange Rediscovers Her Muse

She listened to her inner voice it led her to Karamea

Lorenzo “The Italian Snail” Visits Rongolia

He calls himself a “snail” as he carries his house on his back everywhere he goes and go he does.

DJ Crap & the Big Man Call it Quits….For Now…

DJ Crap and the Big Man have hung up their headphones and are officially on sabbatical after

Rongo Featured in UrbanSociety

Tucked away at the end of the road of the South Island and surrounded by pristine bushwalks and beaches

Radio NZ Visits Karamea

Cosmo Kentish-Barnes visits Karamea and talks with LivingInPeace Project Founder Paul Murray and “Permaculture” Pete

A Tribute to Dave Tailby: LivinginPeace Project Permaculturalist

Dave has left the LivinginPeace Project with a beautiful permaculture garden that will produce food for people coming to stay with us

Father-Son Holiday Adventure Sets Heaphy MTB Record

At nine years old, James is possibly the youngest MTB rider to have completed the Heaphy Track from Heaphy Hut to the Kohaihai.

Auckland Lad Attempts 1st Lap of N.Z. Coast on Foot

On day 173 of his epic attempt to walk the coastline of New Zealand, intrepid 19-year old traveller Brando Yelavich arrived at Rongo

Rongo Featured on Japanese TV

The Japanese TV Programme “Sekkai no Hate no Nihon Gin” (“Japanese at the Ends of the World”) heard about Sanae Murray, the wife of LivinginPeace Project Founder Paul Murray and came to Karamea at the top of the West Coast…

The Day “Dean Buchanan” Came to Town

In the summer of 2006, a guy claiming to be Auckland artist Dean Buchanan arrived in Karamea and asked to stay with us at