Some of our stories and other content
Talk to Sweet Orange if your goal is to influence and inspire with word power. We’re affordable, fun to work with, and we’ll get you the results you are after.
Diamonds and a best friend
What’s that about my bosom buddy?
When writing for the NZ Herald and working as the online editor for the Bay of Plenty Times, Martine had a weekly column in the paper about all that was weird and wonderful online. Although this one was written in 2014, it is still her best read and most talked about opinion piece
An exceptional coach & healer
There is a lot of fluff out there around Mindset Coaching and Energy Healing, and the last thing you need from your coach is BS. Deb Griffiths keeps it real. As a specialist in both healing and coaching, Deb’s purpose is to uplift, empower and inspire others so they can reach their full potential in all areas of life. We love working with her!
A Law Shop with a difference
This Rotorua law firm with an awesome team of nearly all women provides legal advice in a holistic way, without confusing jargon, and at a fair price. We took care of their website content, newsletters, articles and the huge news/blog section. It is full of interesting info and you can
Why Tauranga is a place to love
The Adelphi Project
Hawes Building Solutions
This friendly family-owned construction company is a trusted name in the Bay of Plenty. The team thrives on providing excellent service and workmanship to their clients and take care of design, construction and project management for residential or commercial construction projects. We took care of the words for their new website.
NZ’s premiere Hunting & Outdoors event
Since 2013 until ownership changed in October 2020, we’ve taken care of all marketing and media for the Sika Show, New Zealand’s largest 2-day event for the hunting community. More than 6000 Kiwi hunters came to Taupo each year to visit the show and enjoy the competitions, taxidermy, and the latest innovations in hunting and outdoor-related products and services. In 2018, the show was covered on the national news twice.
Story of a mother, artist, and cancer survivor
Food, must-dos, reviews and who’s whos
A closer look at NZ artist Yvonne Todd
This story in UNO. talks about a meeting with Auckland-based artist Yvonne Todd. Her photographs could be inspired by forgotten actresses from 1980s, models from the cover of romance novels, or peculiar lunatics such as Ed Gein, an American murderer and body snatcher from the 1950s. It’s bizarre, beyond invention, in a way. With elements of the sinister.