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Horse Riding: One ($39) or Five Private or Group Lessons ($149) at Wellington Indoor Riding School (Up to $350 Value)
Learn the basics of horse riding, or improve current skills with up to five private or group lessons at this indoor riding school...
(was $70)
18 Holes of Golf and Drink for One ($25), Two ($49) or Four People ($95) at Shandon Golf Club (Up to $306 Value)
Up to four golfers can enjoy an 18-hole round and a beer or a glass of wine in the clubhouse...
(was $76)
SheepWorld Pass for a Child ($6), Adult ($17) or Family of Four ($35), Warkworth (Up to $69 Value)
Learn about the New Zealand wool industry, watch a live sheep shearing show and get up close with plenty of farmyard favourites...
(was $12)
$19 for 1 Movie Ticket with Fries and Drink or $45 for 2 Tickets, Two Mains + Beer at Monterey Cinema (Up to $75 Value)
See the latest flick and enjoy fries and a drink, or take a friend and go the whole hog with two mains and a glass of wine or beer...
(was $27)
Spy Mission for 1 ($9), 2 ($17), 3 ($25), 4 ($33) or 5 Children ($40) from Kids Spy Network (Up to $75 Value)
More than five children can do this at a time can feel like a spy with this party activity that takes up to an hour to complete...
(was $15)
$450 for Five Three-Hour Sailing Lessons or Two Full-Day Lessons at Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron
Up to five boat aficionados can take part in five three-hour sailing lessons, or opt for two full-day lessons...
(was $580)


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Wellington Cars

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Looking for a used car, van or motorcycle then check out these vehicle listings from the Wellington area.


Environment Minister Nick Smith takes aim at urban areas over water quality

People living in cities are just as responsible for polluting New Zealand's rivers as farmers, Environmental Minister Nick Smith says. City-dwellers needed to "take a look in the mirror" and check their own contribution to water...

Investigations under way into Wellington and Lower Hutt E. coli contamination in water

Investigations into possible causes and consequences of E. coli contamination in aquifer water supplied to Lower Hutt and Wellington are now well under way. In mid-April Wellington Water recorded the third positive E. coli result...

Teachers' union proposes gender-neutral school uniforms, toilets and changing rooms

Schools are being urged to offer "gender-neutral" uniform, toilet and changing room options under new guidelines from the secondary teachers' union. The union, the Post Primary Teachers' Association (PPTA), says both boys and girls...

Lower Hutt police take time out for a game of basketball with Wainuiomata youth

A group of Lower Hutt police officers took a break from patrolling this afternoon to play a game of basketball with Wainuiomata teens. "Constables saw youths playing basketball on the court next to the Wainuiomata League clubrooms...

Penguin killed by dog on Wellington waterfront sparks reminder to keep dogs on leashes

WARNING, GRAPHIC CONTENT BELOW The bloody death of a little blue penguin on Wellington's waterfront last night serves as a warning for people who have dogs - keep your dog on a leash. That's the message from Wellington City Councillor...

Higher student housing benefit 'may pay for bus fares'

Tertiary students say a $20-a-week increase in accommodation benefits will help students pay for bus fares to their classes. "It will help, yes, but I don't think in relation to the reality of what students are going through, no,"...



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