Adam Butchart

Freelance Writer/Editor

Location icon New Zealand

Adam Butchart is a 22-year-old freelance journalist from New Plymouth, New Zealand. He is the editor of Pop Magazine A.B. Magazine and has worked for magazines across the globe including London Business Magazine and NZ Media site Villainesse. He has completed the Magazine Journalism course at the New Zealand Writers’ College. Adam enjoys coffee, travelling and experiencing the worlds’ different cultures.

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5 Best Cloud Services
04/18/2017
What is Cloud ERP: 10 Reasons Why You Need Cloud-Based ERP - 5 Best Cloud Services

Enterprise resource planning, better known as ERP, is a highly-valued management software that is used to help businesses automate storage, accounting, marketing, management and so forth. What most businesses don't comprehend is just how valuable a cloud-based ERP can be. So, what is cloud ERP?

Angler Area
10/28/2017
Protect Your Eyes With These Top Fishing Sunglasses

0 shares Pin0 Share0 Tweet0 Fishing sunglasses aren't just an accessory to make you look cool while reeling in the big one. They also have profound health benefits to your eyes, as well as making the water you're fishing in easier to see.It is incredibly important that anglers understand what makes the best fishing sunglasses ...

Stuff
Coffee has taken over my life

Reader Report This package has been filed to Stuff by one of our readers. It has been checked by our editors before being published. ADAM BUTCHART Stuff reader Adam Butchart comes clean on his addiction to coffee and examines the black beverages' benefits.

Villainesse
Are you an e-waste litterbug?

Received a new iPhone for Christmas? Thinking of upgrading your laptop? These often unnecessary device upgrades are becoming more and more common as we advance through the digital age. Unfortunately, little thought goes into what happens to the old gizmos and gadgets we dispose of each year.

Villainesse
04/27/2016
Want to see a show about irritable bowel syndrome? Felicity Ward has you sorted

Image: Felicity Ward / Steve Ullahorne How often do you hear of shows about irritable bowel syndrome? It's not exactly a common plot feature, yet it's the focus of Felicity Ward's new show What if there is no toilet?, which is currently playing at the New Zealand International Comedy Festival in Auckland.

Stuff
Should you drink more water?

Reader Report This package has been filed to Stuff by one of our readers. It has been checked by our editors before being published. ADAM BUTCHART Do you ever feel like a wilted flower when you wake up in the morning? There's a cure for that, it's water!

Writerscollegeblog
09/15/2015
An Interview with writer and novelist Mary Miller

Born in Mississippi, Mary Miller never thought of writing as a career. After publishing her first short story collection Big World, Miller's career grew substantially. In 2014 she published her first novel, The Last Days of California which sold over 25,000 copies. ADAM BUTCHART spoke to Mary about her life as a writer.

Villainesse
11/05/2016
A first for Auckland: Introducing Councillor Richard Hills

Image: Mayor Phil Goff and Councillor Richard Hills / Courtesy of Richard Hills The LGBTQ+ community in New Zealand has accomplished many great things, and has recently celebrated another exciting milestone during the recent local body elections, during which Auckland elected its first openly gay councillor, Richard Hills.

Villainesse
11/17/2016
Openly gay Auckland Councillor Richard Hills speaks out against Tamaki comments

Newly elected and openly gay Auckland Councillor Richard Hills has spoken out against recent comments made by Destiny Church leader Brian Tamaki. "I think we need to treat these comments as nothing more than a joke, in fact we should really be ignoring them, but if we have to speak about them we shouldn't take them seriously and tell every person in the LGBTI community that they're awesome and to ignore this," he told Villainesse.