How do COMPLEMENTARY dumplings and a drink surrounded by fairy lights and Chinese lanterns in an exclusive private dining area sound? We are looking for two families of four to WIN a spot in the Night Noodle Markets private dining corner at the event on Wednesday 28th November at Victoria Park.
Simply Like or Thank this post for your family to go in the draw to WIN! (Winners will be announced on 22nd November 2018, competition prize can only be redeemed on Wednesday the 28th November 2018)
Entry: FREE (All ages and dogs allowed on lead)
Location: Victoria Park, Auckland
Dates and Times:
Friday 23 November - Saturday 1 December: 4 - 10pm
Sunday 2 December: 4 - 9pm
It’s a cashless event so bring your EFTPOS or Credit Card
A nightmare series of equipment failures led to the skydiving death of an American tourist in Queenstown, a new report reveals.
Tyler Nii, 27, of California was presumed drowned when his parachute failed and he hit Lake Wakatipu with tandem master James Starvo on January 10 last year.
Rod Stewart and Rachel Hunter's son can't sing or model; he's an ice hockey ace who's just happy to be 'home'
It's just as well Liam Stewart is good at ice hockey because he's a "useless" singer and hated his one attempt at modelling.
As the son of Kiwi supermodel Rachel Hunter and Scottish singer Rod Stewart one would expect the professional ice hockey player, who has signed up with Queenstown's Skycity Stampede for the season, to be comfortable in front of the camera.
Not so. Even a photo in front of his team-mates while training at the Queenstown Ice Rink makes him uneasy.
The opening of the new Maniototo Hospital and aged care facility marked the end of Stage One of the health facility development.
The move to the new hospital and Elderly Care Facility took place on 1st April. We have received tremendous assistance from our staff and community to undertake the move which was a significant exercise in moving residents, furniture and equipment.
Stage Two is now underway with the previous Chalet Rest Home undergoing a complete refurbishment to convert the building into a centre to house the Medical Practice, X-ray, Visiting Clinics, Well Child, Plunket Mothers and Dentistry. This is expected to be complete by September.
Up to date with modern technology, there is a hearing loop to assist those with hearing aids and wireless internet able to be accessed from rooms.
The opening was a great day with the Minister of Health, Dr Clarke, CODC Mayor Tim Cadogan and Chairman of the Maniototo Health Board addressing the gathering of 150 people and cutting the ribbon to open the 31-bed facility.