77 days ago

The Fat Duck

New Zealand School of Food & Wine

A visit to Heston Blumenthal’s restaurant, The Fat Duck near London was an outstanding culinary experience. Heston’s menu is inspired by his favourite childhood memories and he wants to arouse in us our own memories about a favourite summer holiday.

This is a fascinating experience filled with spectacular dishes well-briefed "storyteller" and Heston's quirky humour.
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3 hours ago

A Pride panel discussion in our grand foyer

The Team from Auckland Museum

Celebrated journalist David Farrier will chair a panel discussion in our beautiful grand foyer this February during Pride Festival. The panel includes Louisa Wall, Welby Ings and Ngahuia Te Awekotuku and will look at the milestones of inclusion and explore where to next for the LGBTQI+ communities.

Following the panel discussion will be a screening of Welby Ings’ award-winning short film Sparrow.

Book your seat today as spaces are limited!

6pm Monday 10 February, 6pm
Tickets - $25
Auckland Museum Grand Foyer
Book today

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3 hours ago

Need funds to grow your business?

Prospa

Wouldn’t it be great if you didn’t have to worry about finances? What if your business had the funds on hand to support that next big step?

With Prospa, you can apply for a loan of up to $300K with funding possible in 24-48 hours. You then pay it back in fixed repayments tailored to your cash flow over a term of up to 24 months.

Find out more at prospa.co.nz or call 0800 005 797 to apply.
Apply now

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4 days ago

KEA Kids News: Unwrapping one of Auckland's new trains from Spain

The Team Reporter from Stuff

Hi neighbours,

Auckland's new trains have started arriving from Spain - and they need to be unwrapped.

Harry Calder, 9, is at the train depot in Onehunga to pull the plastic off for a sneak peak of the trains before they hit the tracks, in this KEA Kids News video bulletin.

To read more, click here.

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