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The Coffee Club opens doors to its second Queenstown cafe

The Coffee Club New Zealand opened its second store in Queenstown this week, which is bound to go down well with the brand’s South Island fans.

MSC urges hunters to 'be seen, be sure'

Mountain Safety Council (MSC) CEO Mike Daisley said he’s hopeful that this year can be a better than last year with respect to the deer hunting season, commonly called ‘the Roar’.

Overwhelming response for EIT's Taste of Cultures Day

Indian samosas, Mexican empanadas, Turkish falafels, kiwi pavlovas. Visitors were spoilt for choice at EIT’s annual Taste of Cultures event on Wednesday. Hundreds of people took the opportunity to get a taste of fresh street food from all over the world.

LGBTI activists from 100 countries worldwide come together in NZ

The global LGBTI family has come together in Aotearoa New Zealand this week for the ILGA World Conference: more than 500 persons from almost 100 countries have gathered in Wellington celebrating the past and strategising for the future of this diverse movement.

Emirates Skywards invites members to fly more and earn more

Emirates Skywards, the award-winning loyalty programme of Emirates and flydubai, is rolling out a new limited time offer for all new and existing Skywards members to boost their Miles.

#EnterAsahi through secret poster portals in Auckland’s CBD

From Sunday 24 March secret ‘fukubukuro’ street poster portals will pop up in locations around Auckland’s CBD and Ponsonby.

NZer's novel attracts notice of CBS TV and US Public Libraries

Former veteran political journalist Alastair Carthew’s first fiction book "Proud, A tale of rampant ludicrousness" due for formal release on Amazon.com on 22 March, has attracted the notice of US television giant CBS and more than 2000 American public libraries.

Plan your journey to Pasifika festival - Auckland Transport

Catch public transport to experience the sights, sounds, tastes, and colours of the Pacific.

Dates: Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 March 2019.

Time: Saturday: 9am to 5pm.

Sunday: 10am to 4pm.

Place: Western Springs Park.

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Affecting the health of your descendants by eating well - PSANZ

The long-term health and wellbeing of up to three generations of New Zealanders and Australians can benefit from a nutritious and healthy diet before and during pregnancy, and in infancy.

Bedford Reserve opens with rousing haka and song

Porirua’s newest community gathering and play space opened this week in Cannons Creek with the voices of young people loud and proud.