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Welcome to our June issue of Cityscape magazine! We’ve got the lowdown on the coolest port in Christchurch, Lyttelton and take you on a guided tour through its edgy shops, great eats and colourful locals. If you’ve ever wanted to roll up your sleeves and get involved in volunteering, now is the time, and we show you how to do it. We jam with local DJs and producers extraordinaire Dirty Cash while checking out ground-breaking new restaurant 5th Street, already wowing the locals with their stellar menu. We also got a sneak peek at Miro, the brainchild of hospo veteran Francesca Voza, and we still can’t stop thinking about their breakfast cocktails and brunch delights. To add to that delicious combo, we’ve got a bombastic recipe for roast cauliflower soup with cumin-marinated halloumi and truffle oil from Twenty Seven Steps that is sure to warm those winter bellies. Prolific local artist Joel Hart gives us the inside scoop on creating large scale art, and Rick Steven from Stranges Lane spills the beans on managing a multi-venue space. Inspired to make a change and stop the dreaded winter spread in its tracks? Then check out our gruelling but eye-opening session at Scoop Authentic Pilates. Meanwhile, jewellers Joachim and Tract van Oostrum from Love In A Jewel talk about preserving memories and personalising keepsakes, while style-maker Melinda Ferguson tells us about her latest venture in female empowerment. You’ll also get our signature round-up of the best of the month’s happenings around the city. It may be getting cold, but it’s hot in the city, so get out there and enjoy it!

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