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11 days ago

My Prospa Local Business Hero nomination

Jenny from Awapuni

Maxwells Line Four Square in Palmerston North is my favourite shop. Margaret and Veejay go out of their way to make sure customers get the freshest fruit and veggies in town and if they don't have what you want will ring around to source it for you. Despite being robbed and assaulted in daylight this week and Veejay being stabbed they were open for business as usual the next day. I think this from Stuff proves what high esteem they are held in locally "Since the robbery there has been an outpouring of support from the community. Flowers, cards and baking have all been dropped off at the store, with locals shocked at what happened."

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7 days ago

Have you experienced Readers Tours? We'd love your feedback

The Team from Readers Tours

If you have been on a journey with Readers Tours we would love to hear your feedback and share your experience with others.

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2 hours ago

The South Island Journey presented by The Press

The Team from Readers Tours

Are you ready to discover the beauty of the South Island with a group of likeminded individuals and experienced tour guides?

Our next South Island Tour offers adventurous seniors the chance to explore the hidden gems that the South Island has to offer including the natural and mountainous landscapes. Travel via train, coach and ferry over this diverse 14-day itinerary.

8 - 21 OCTOBER 2020

Bookings are limited. Visit www.readerstours.co.nz... to find out more or call us on 0800 080 099.

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5 hours ago

The Look Out! Performing Arts & Entertainment Guide

Richard from Awapuni

Bam! It’s all on this week. The Look Out! Performing Arts, Events and Entertainment Guide details the opening of the theatre season with three productions underway.
The U-18 Men's Softball World Cup continues, and the week-long Festival of Cultures launches with Ethkick and the Year of the Rat Lantern Parade.
There’s kapa haka, chamber music, folk, roots and rock with plenty of opportunity to take in markets, displays and organised outdoor events.

LO! FEB 25 - 03.pdf Download View