Join us on an unforgettable journey exploring the rich culture of New Zealand and an experience of a lifetime from the comfort of a unique rail and coach tour. With two options this year, you can choose to explore the beauty of the deep South or the stunning scenic North.
North Island - presented by Sunday Star-Times
When: Saturday, 12 May - Friday, 26 May
South Island - presented by The Press
When: Thursday, 19 April - Wednesday, 2 May
Book now and be in to win one of five double-passes to an NZ House & Garden House tour of your choice. Simply quote "NEIGHBOURLY" when booking over the phone or online in the voucher section.
What do you call six women stranded on a mountain in the rain: ridiculous! Or you could call them social climbers … but just not to their faces! Once at the hut, not only do they unload their packs full of food, wine, and a souvenir rock; their hang-ups get unloaded as well.
Torrential rain and a flooded bridge keep them stranded for three days. What they get up to, to help pass the time, raises a few eyebrows and will have you laughing, tearing up and applauding enthusiastically as they bare all.
Of course, it’s not just souls that are exposed, there’s a little nudity, a cracking thunderstorm, explosions, screaming bloody murder, ghostly stories, a birthday celebration, a séance, a drunken party, confessions, meltdowns and revelations that will keep you and your friends entertained throughout.
Perfectly timed for your own social group’s ascent into summer, don’t miss this hilarious play when it comes to a town near you in November.
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Genesis Energy has admitted a faulty power meter is to blame for a Christchurch man receiving exorbitant electricity bills for 12 months.
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Hundreds of Kiwis have been attacked by magpies since they were first introduced to New Zealand from Australia in the 1860s.
Each spring, aggressive male magpies defend their nests by swooping down and attacking pedestrians and cyclists.
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