Sustainable Schools

Many schools in Singapore are committed to cutting down on waste, conserving energy and teaching kids how to live a green lifestyle. We report on initiatives from the Australian International School, Canadian International School and GEMS World Academy (Singapore).

We Mean Business: Part 1

Will 2018 be the year of your Big Idea? ANZA Magazine readers share their business set-up stories to inspire and advise.

Time, Hands and Tools

It doesn’t matter what you’re good at, chances are someone else could use your help, Gerard Ward finds. Most of the time helping out a charity or organisation lacks that connection when it simply involves...

New Phone, New Hope

If you have an old phone lying around at home, chances are you have an opportunity to help a family in a big way. By April 2017, Singapore’s mobile networks will cease its offering of...

Interview: Singer Matu Ngaropo

One of the founding members of Modern Maori Quartet, Matu Ngaropo, talks about the upcoming cabaret style show he helped start with a twist on some kiwi oldies and recent hits.   How did the Modern...

Green Shopping

When did you realise you wanted to make a difference? I found myself becoming a bit jaded with the seasonal repetition of international brands, and irritated at the poor quality of mass market fashion. Through...

Black & White Beauty

Swapping inner city living for a black and white house surrounded by nature was an easy choice for fitness professional Mel Cassidy and her family.

Empowering Foreign Domestic Workers

June is International Foreign Domestic Workers month. We talk to helper Rowena Zamora about her involvement with Aidha, an ANZA Action supported charity

Maldives for Families

Pip Harry drew the ultimate lucky straw when she won a four-night stay at The Residence, Maldives. The stunning, family-friendly resort is in the South of the Maldives, on the small island of Falhumaafushi, in the remote Gaafu Alifu atoll.

Visit Jeju Island, South Korea

South Korea’s largest island boasts three UNESCO world heritage sites, stunning walking trails and a rich cultural heritage, discovers KAROLA CLARK.