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From $25 for Gel Manicure, or $35 for a Full Set of Acrylic Nails at Amys Hair and Nail Design (Up to $110 Value)

Customers can enjoy a 45-minute UV gel manicure, pedicure or both, or opt for a ...

$25

Two-Course Malaysian Dinner for Two ($29) or Four People ($55) at Roti Chenai Cafe (Up to  $126 Value)

Two or four patrons can enjoy a starter such as garlic bread with fish curry, fo...

$29

30-Minute ($25) or 60-Minute ($39) Cleansing or Relaxation Massage at Beauty Queen (Up to $98 Value)

Choose from 30 or 60-minute full body massage and opt for relaxation or cleansin...

$25

One-Hour Massage ($45), or Two-Hour Pamper Package ($89) for One Person at Sinta Day Spa (Up to $167 Value)

Customers can indulge in a choice of pampering treatments, ranging from manicure...

$45

One Class ($15) or 10-Trip Concession Card ($129) at Venus Starrs School of Burlesque and Aerial Arts (Up to $260 Value)

Learn the basics of aerial skills, practise hoola hoop tricks or get introduced ...

$15

Wellington City Tuk Tuk Tour for One ($12.50), Two ($25), Four ($50) or Six ($75) with Tuk Tuk Cartel (Up to $150 Value)

Take in the city sights from an alternative perspective with a tuk tuk tour for ...

$12

iPhone 4 ($59), 55s ($109) or 6 ($149) Screen Repair, or iPad 234 Screen Repair ($109) from NZFix (Up to $249 Value)

Clients can have technicians tend to their iPhone or iPad’s damaged or cra...

$59

Three-Hour Glow-Worm Kayak Trip for Child ($40) or Adult ($59) with The Boat Shed Kayaks (Up to $110 Value)

Enjoy this fully guided trip, admire glow-worms from a kayak and sip on a glass ...

$40


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News

Wellington police launch homicide investigation after woman's death

Wellington police have launched a homicide investigation into the death of a 30-year-old woman. Police responded to a disturbance at a residential address on Ward Street, Trentham, just after midnight. The woman, who was believed...

Bill English's long road to redemption

Bill English allowed himself just one smile when he turned up to front media after the road to the Prime Ministership opened for him on Thursday. It was not quite as big as his grin earlier in the day when he showed off the $8 billion...

Reading Cinema carpark building demolition in central Wellington likely to begin next year

Central Wellington resident Rob Zorn had already resigned himself to the fact he wouldn't be getting his car back by the time he received news the carpark building he'd left it in would be demolished. Zorn is one of the displaced...

Giant bugs take over Te Papa

Creepy crawlies are taking over Wellington's Te Papa, and it's just in time for the school holidays. The museum has teamed up with Weta Workshop to create Bug Lab, a $5 million exhibit featuring large-scale bugs and hands-on science...

Wind delays demolition of 61 Molesworth Street

Temperamental spring weather is causing delays to the demolition of Wellington's quake-hit 61 Molesworth St. Demolition has begun, but has missed the two-week deadline for completion. Part of arterial route Molesworth St remains...

Slippery tracks and poor driver training factors in Wellington commuter train crashes

Slippery tracks, poor driver training and use of brake systems, were behind two Wellington commuter train crashes that injured passengers, investigators have found. In April 2013, the Matangi train hit a concrete safety block at...