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One Class ($15) or 10-Trip Concession Card ($129) at Venus Starrs School of Burlesque and Aerial Arts (Up to $260 Value)

Learn the basics of aerial skills, practise hoola hoop tricks or get introduced ...

$15

Wellington City Tuk Tuk Tour for One ($12.50), Two ($25), Four ($50) or Six ($75) with Tuk Tuk Cartel (Up to $150 Value)

Take in the city sights from an alternative perspective with a tuk tuk tour for ...

$12

iPhone 4 ($59), 55s ($109) or 6 ($149) Screen Repair, or iPad 234 Screen Repair ($109) from NZFix (Up to $249 Value)

Clients can have technicians tend to their iPhone or iPad’s damaged or cra...

$59

Three-Hour Glow-Worm Kayak Trip for Child ($40) or Adult ($59) with The Boat Shed Kayaks (Up to $110 Value)

Enjoy this fully guided trip, admire glow-worms from a kayak and sip on a glass ...

$40

One ($19.95) or Two Six-Packs of Kombucha ($39) at Kinderbear Cafe & Rag (Up to $54 Value)

Enjoy six or 12 330ml bottles of kombucha that comes in six different flavours i...

$19

1 ($59), 2 ($105) or 3 ($159) 24K Gold Mask with High Frequency Facial Treatments at N&Y Nail Salon (Up to 61% Value)

Up to three customers can indulge and treat themselves with a 24K gold facial tr...

$59

Breakfast or Lunch Main for One ($10), Two ($19) or Four ($35) at Kinderbear Cafe & Rag (Up to $75.60 Value)

Up to four diners can enjoy a breakfast item such as eggs Benedict or a lunch ma...

$10

$19 for $100 to Use Towards Purchases at 2 Cheap Cars, Nationwide

Browse the varied selection of auto makes and models at 2 Cheap Cars, including ...

$19


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News

Last-minute delay to demolition of earthquake-damaged part of Wellington mall

There has been a last-minute delay to demolition work at Queensgate Shopping Centre in Lower Hutt. Work to pull down the quake-damaged cinema and carpark building was all set to begin at 7.30am. However Hutt City Council chief...

MP hits out at Tamaki's message: It's petrol on fire to say gay people are similar to murderers and they're creating natural disasters

A National MP has talked about being gay in a television interview that he said was prompted by recent comments by Brian Tamaki linking homosexuality to earthquakes. Paul Foster-Bell, a first-term MP based in Wellington Central,...

New Zealand weather warming up this week as summer rolls in

People across New Zealand have been basking in today's sunshine as the first weekend of summer did not disappoint. High pressure is increasing and dominating most of New Zealand today - more than 95 per cent of the country is dry,...

Don't flip out if you see Hurricanes players performing circus tricks

Super Rugby champions the Hurricanes were regularly described as a circus act before their historic triumph this year. Brilliant one week, awful the next - the Wellington-based franchise was arguably one of the most frustrating sporting...

On way to sainthood

New Zealand nun Suzanne Aubert has taken a step towards becoming this country's first Catholic saint. Aubert, better known as Sister Mary Joseph or Mother Aubert, was declared "venerable" by Pope Francis at a ceremony at the Vatican...

Demolition of Molesworth St building begins to reveal extent of illegal residential tenancies

The demolition of a quake-damaged Wellington office tower has revealed the extent of alleged illegal tenancies in the building. The office at 61 Molesworth St was so badly damaged in the 7.8 Kaikoura quake that not even emergency...