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We're so excited about the New Zealand Festival of the Arts, coming to Wellington in 21 February – 15 March 2020. With more than 100 arts experiences, it's sure to be something special. Check out the full programme here, and see some of authors attending:
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is one of the most celebrated stage productions of the past decade. Opening in London's West End in 2016, on Broadway in 2018 and in Melbourne in 2019 - and with more productions worldwide still to come (including San Francisco later this year) - the play has smashed records, collected countless rave reviews and awards, and captivated audiences night after night. Now readers are invited behind the scenes to experience the show's journey to the stage - from the earliest phases of development with producers Sonia Friedman and Colin Callender, to the crafting of the eighth Harry Potter story with J.K. Rowling, director John Tiffany and playwright Jack Thorne, and to the gathering of an extraordinary team of artists and actors together to bring this new part of Harry's story to life.
Food in a Minute is back with a fresh collection of their most popular recipes and some exciting new dishes to inspire your everyday cooking. The recipes are simple, delicious and easy to follow with customisable tips to satisfy any tastebud. The New Everyday is sure to be your best friend in the kitchen.
Did you know that 5 servings of fruit and vegetables a day is the minimum we should be eating? We should be aiming for 10 a day, which sounds like a lot, but it's actually not. James Wong, author of How to Eat Better, gives you tips and tricks to achieve this in his latest book 10 A Day The Easy Way.
Here is your chance to buy your own home in southern Italy for less than the price of a cup of coffee. The picturesque mountain town of Montenello is selling off some of its historic buildings for just ONE EURO each. To be considered as a future resident of Montenello contact the town's mayor, Salvio Valentini.