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OUR PLACE Men with Whiskers: Ladies with Hats


We sent Tatler loyalist and photographer, David Thiele, to ask Men with Whiskers and Ladies with Hats four questions: 1. Was it a conscious choice to live out west or are you here by circumstance? 2. What one shop is missing from ‘your’ area? 3. If you had to move, what would you miss most out west? 4. What famous person would you like as a close neighbour?


Georgia, Green Bay/Titirangi 1. I was born here 2. It would be awesome if we had a Korean pancake store 3. The way the community and the bush are one. Music and art 4. Serj Tankian


John, Glen Eden: 1. Family moved here when we were kids in the 60s 2. Supermarket 3. The culture and its vibrancy 4. Lionel Richie


Azalia, Titirangi: 1. Drawn to the beauty, and it’s so relaxed 2. Organic shop takeaways 3. Everything, there’s a lot going on 4. Johnny Depp


Sam, Laingholm 1. Choice bro, it’s its own little environment yet close to the city 2. There’s not a lot in Laingholm. I like it that way 3. The Manukau 4. Frank Sargeson


Paul, New Lynn 1. By choice, born here. But still like Orewa 2. A motorbike shop, there used to be one 3. Family and friends, fishing and riding 4. Jesse James (West Coast Choppers) or Tommy Lee


Gurpreet, Titirangi Road, New Lynn 1. Circumstances really, I got a job here 2. Vegetarian fast food and bakery 3. Good people around 4. Bhai Pinderpal Singh, a beautiful humble man, or Dave my boss, a cool guy


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