Japanese Restaurant Edo in Hamilton

Dear valued customers, With the COVID-19 level dropping down to level 2, EDO Japanese Restaurant will start serving customers in the restaurant in the restaurant from 14 May 2020 ( this Thursday) . We are also pleased to announce that we are now on-license for supply and sale alcohol. We will provide various types of alcohol, including sake, white wine, red wine, beer and other low alcoholic drink in the restaurant. Meanwhile, we are continuing ensuring the health and safety of our customers and staff. Along with our ongoing commitment to maintaining the cleanliness in our restaurant, we have also implemented numbers of additional and proactive Health and Safety measures in-store to ensure we can continue to provide you with the best and safest experience. These measures include: · Our facilities, including the front door, tables and counter will be sanitized regularly – every 1-2 hours · Hand sanitizer is available to be used at the counter for all the customers · We wil…
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Kia Ora magazine is back, get your travel inspiration now!

Kia Ora, Air New Zealand's in-flight magazine,  has returned  for the first time since Covid 19. From tomorrow onwards passengers who fly  with   Air New Zealand will find a copy of the  magazine in their seat pockets. "The August edition of Kia Ora magazine has been produced in partnership with long term partner Tourism New Zealand to promote its new campaign 'Do something new, New Zealand'," said Jeremy O'Brien, Air New Zealand's Brand and Marketing Manager. "We're pleased to throw our weight behind supporting domestic tourism and we hope this month's Kia Ora inspires Kiwis to check out a destination in their own backyard which has been on their bucket list for a while" https://www.instagram.com/p/CAr93NvJZHJ/
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A Sculpture for Chengdu: Te Ao Hurihuri – The Ever changing world

'Te Ao Hurihuri-The ever changing' world' It was an honour to represent Kirikiriroa Hamilton in China as part of the International Sister city collaboration. About the Sculpture 'Te Ao Hurihuri' - The Ever changing world A Sculpture for Chengdu 'Te Ao Hurihuri' is designed to appear as if made using the iconic New Zealand farming material, No'8 steel wire. A material which has come to symbolise the 'spirit of resourcefulness', of solving problems using lateral thinking and creatively working with what we have - all characteristics of the 'can-do' 'kiwi' attitude. The flowing lines sketch out a 'Tiki', a distinct icon of New Zealand and the wider Pacific. This work attempts to reflect the resilience, strength, dynamic energy and flare of Maori and also tells of 'Maui' the Polynesian hero and adventurer. The more formal structures represent the concept of 'Turangawaewae' a persons 'place to stand' and are in contrast with the flowing lines of the sculpture which…
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Slipper Island: $140 a night for a private island in New Zealand

https://youtu.be/GSrp9rTFMAU This is Slipper Island - get a bunch of 20 mates together, and the island is yours for $140 per person, per night. The island includes incredible beaches, bays, walks, lodges, glamping, and it's all yours! If you don't want to rent the island, there are heaps of other options like glamping, or a night at the lodge. Slipper Island is located 3 kilometers to the east of the Coromandel Peninsula in New Zealand's North Island and 8 kilometers southeast of the town of Pauanui.
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