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New Zealand a curry-crazed Nation post lockdown - Menulog

Takeaway orders at Indian Restaurants around the country have run hot since lockdown ended - and restaurants are urging Kiwis to break out and try something other than butter chicken.

PETA offers to shout climate hunger striker a vegan feast

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is offering to shout David Goldsmith - whose three-week hunger strike for climate change outside Parliament House in Wellington is about to end - his choice of a delicious vegan feast to celebrate his achievement.

The Remarkables ski area set to get a little sweeter this weekend - NZ Ski

The long-awaited Sugar Bowl Express chairlift at The Remarkables is set to spin this Saturday 1st August, giving Snowsports enthusiasts lift access to the Sugar Bowl Basin for the first time this season.

Brackett, Bradbury, Lovecraft honoured with 1945 Retro Hugos - CoNZealand

"Shadow Over Mars" (The Nemesis from Terra) by Leigh Brackett has been honoured with a Retrospective Hugo Award for Best Novel during a virtual ceremony at CoNZealand today.

Exploring the links between art and activism - MTG Hawke's Bay

The fascinating links between art and activism, in many forms, is explored in a new exhibition opening at MTG Hawke’s Bay this Saturday (1 August).

Hospo Heroes Roadtrip - Farrah's

Farrah’s We Love you For Loving Local campervan has been on the road since the end of June visiting local North and South Island cafes, restaurants and takeaways, adding some excitement with free lunches and giveaways, all in the hope of getting people back to their local eateries.

Virtual Worldcon kicks off

CoNZealand, the 78th World Science Fiction Convention, kicked off today as the first ever virtual Worldcon.

Mt Ruapehu’s new car park booking system put to the test

Mt Ruapehu’s new car park booking system was put to the test for its inaugural weekend as thousands headed up the mountain.

NZ Vegetarian Society encourages kids to be kind to animals

Students have two weeks to enter the 2020 Think Kind Student Competition. The annual competition, which is run by the NZ Vegetarian Society, aims to inspire kindness to animals. It is open to all primary, intermediate, and secondary-aged students.

Homestead Bay welcomes new fun-run series

Queenstown’s Homestead Bay is set to be the stunning ‘home’ of a new, local fun-run series.

The Homestead Bay Run series will comprise four running/walking events for all ages and levels of capability from August to November, managed by well-established events company Active QT.