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Vege Power: How One Surfer Owned His Wave-Miles Guilt

Derek Morrison
It’s 10:30am on a Tuesday and Matt Jenks is pulling up outside Japanese restaurant Jitsu in lower Stuart Street, Dunedin, parking his bike and heading inside with a 20-litre container to drain the kitchen of its used vegetable oil. It’s a 10-minute side-trip on his way to work at Dunedin......
Inspiration Sessions Surf Athletes

Chasing Storms With Doug Young and Ross Clarke-Jones

Derek Morrison
Bobbing around on a jet ski near a reef off the southernmost tip of New Zealand’s South Island it dawned on me that I had been drawn here like a moth to a flame. Each passing set of waves grew in size and intensity and started to look more like......
Artists Inspiration

Surf Photographer Cory Scott Buys New Zealand Surfing Magazine

Derek Morrison
One of the greats of New Zealand surf photography, Cory Scott, has taken ownership of New Zealand Surfing Magazine after 10 years as an employee with the magazine. The title has been produced consistently since 1985. Cory bought the title in June this year from Pacific Media’s Steve Dickinson. Cory......
Pacific Surf Athletes Surf Better Travel

Fiji Launchpad 2017: Four Rising Stars Versus Cloudbreak

Derek Morrison
Friday is our last day in Fiji. It is a day of mixed emotions. Firstly, it is sad to leave the friends we’ve made but nice to know we’ll soon return to our families and friends. Our boatman Felipé has a tear in his eye as he hugs each of......

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