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End Point



— Global


Our editor-in-chief jumps on his bike to find forgotten corners of the city in need of reimagining and offers a recipe that works – if you can find the ingredients.

Business, Innovation, Travel, Urban planning

If you’ve arrived at the back page of this issue feeling a bit deflated because you live in a city that’s doing none of the things that Auckland, Fukuoka, Munich or Portland have mastered, it’s time for action – not relocation. Even if you’re unfortunate enough to live in a city that’s permanently grid-locked and dotted with ugly condominiums or stuck out in suburbia dreaming about the simple joys of walking to some charming shops to buy a bottle of wine and some pata negra, there is an alternative. Yes, you could take the easy road and perhaps…


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