The Māori tennis star who made it to Wimbledon

In 1957 Ruia Morrison from Rotorua became the first New Zealand woman and first Māori to compete at Wimbledon, advancing to the quarter finals. But while the tennis world celebrates one of our greatest achievers, at home in New Zealand, Morrison remains largely unknown. From […]

New Zealand: A Place to Call Home

New Zealand is in the grip of a housing crisis. Auckland has become one of the most unaffordable cities in the world, ranked just behind Sydney, Australia. The average house now costs more than one million New Zealand dollars ($600,000), inequality is rife, and the […]

Just Keep Running

New Zealander, Ruby Muir is one of the world’s most promising young trail-runners and a fearless, force of nature across broken terrain. In just ‘Just Keep Running’ Ruby shares her journey of love and loss and the inner struggle between the hippy ideals of her […]

Humans

Four people from a community whose voices usually go unheard talk about what means to belong, what it means to be human, and what makes them who they are.

For The Team

WinShape Team’s presents our first-ever, feature-length documentary, “For The Team” – a cinematic journey that reveals the underlying mechanics of the 6x World Adventuring Racing Champions from New Zealand.

Fly Fishing New Zealand

Issue #40 brings Catch viewers back to one of my most favorite places on earth, New Zealand. This time I flew to the South Island’s Cedar Lodge to film its owner Chris Daughters on his favorite South Island rivers. The lodge is located on the […]