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Rotorua IS a great place to invest

Rotorua IS a great place to invest

Rotorua is one of New Zealand’s most diverse economies including forestry and wood processing, tourism, geothermal, agribusiness, education, health, manufacturing and social services. Rotorua is the perfect city to invest in, offering compelling business opportunities companies won’t find elsewhere. Commercial and industrial rates are cheaper in Rotorua than the larger population cities of New Zealand. The city has experienced good GDP growth and is increasingly becoming a multicultural city. We encourage you to visit and find out how Rotorua can produce a sustainable competitive advantage for your business. Contact us for more information.

Thailand's Renown Plastic & Bariatric Surgeons Come to NZ

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Mar 2019

Thailand's Renown Plastic & Bariatric Surgeons Come to NZ

Are you feeling wrinkled and would love a facelift but too scared to ask the questions? Maybe you are wanting a tummy tuck but not sure where your tummy starts and your knees finish? Do you have to peg back your eyelids to see where you are going? Are your arms so loose you can take off in a crosswind? or are you suffering from obesity but don't know which way to turn? Are the years catching up on the outside but not on the inside? Are you scared to even think about surgery overseas? Well now is the time to listen to me and our plastic surgeons explain the procedures, remove the fear and will answer your questions, they will show you before and after photos, and will be available to talk to you after the seminar answering all those questions that you didn't like to ask out loud. I will talk about the fun times we have as groups in Thailand both having surgery and of course the shopping. I will guide you through the various procedures and tell it how it is. We will have videos of the state of the art hospitals and you will learn the professional backgrounds of the surgeons.

The Big Bike Film Night

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Mar 2019

The Big Bike Film Night

Prepare to be inspired! The Big Bike Film Night is on a mission sharing the best cycling short films from around the world with you. Showcasing our 2019 collection that has everything a cycling-centric audience could want - action, drama, humour, and plenty of inspiration; the evening is going to be unashamedly, unequivocally, and utterly Bike-alicious! Our treasure chest of stories includes... five friends with disabilities attempt a world first human powered ride from Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre 2150km to Mount Kosciuszko in Australia (what could possibly go wrong?); a New Zealander who has a two wheel love story to share; a heart-warming documentary about a ‘community mother’ who runs a bicycle training program for migrant and refugee women in Amsterdam; a rider with a passion for fixed gear cycling and his journey of bringing his community together; two pioneering mountain bikers undertaking an adventure in unknown landscapes in Southern Africa; all in the mix! These short films are a great reminder of why we love to ride our bike; with stories that captivate us, stories that make us think, and most importantly of all- stories that inspire us to get out and ride. Tales of character, soul, hope, love, discovery, challenge, courage, triumphs over adversity and much much more. Tickets available on-line and there will be door sales (subject to availability) on the night at the venue. So... listen to the voice inside you; it’s telling you to go. Grab your mates, grab your tickets, go on… grab your bike and come along for the ride! All Bikes. All Terrains. All Good!

Play On: Stuff: A Play On Words by Patrick Evans

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Mar 2019

Play On: Stuff: A Play On Words by Patrick Evans

Play On is a live script reading series of New Zealand plays. It's unrehearsed, unpredictable and unmissable. Join us for the first time in the Studio Gallery at The Arts Village, as part of the exhibition 'Words' - a visual celebration of the written word featuring over 60 works by 40 local artists. About the play: Couples converge for a suburban dinner party but stumble over language, finding their comfortable and unthinking routine thrown into complete disarray by words. Read by Tim Eardly, Alison Jones, Richard Rugg, Ian Stabler and Simone Walker. Tickets: There are limited seats so we suggest booking your ticket early as once they're gone, they're gone! Tickets are 'pay-what-you-can' and start at $0 - all of the koha from tickets will be given towards funds being raised for Victim Support following the Christchurch terror attack. Tickets at: https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/play-on-at-the-arts-village-stuff-a-play-on-words-by-patrick-evans-tickets-59017326412 Presented by Big Picture Minor Deets by arrangement with Playmarket NZ. 'Words' is on show now during The Arts Village opening hours, and will be also be open to view from 6.30pm before the play starts for those who would like to check it out. The costs of this event are generously supported by funding from Rotorua Energy Charitable Trust towards projects and events at The Arts Village.