Dance of the Flying Boats
MOTAT’s magnificent flying boats are on the move! A huge team of employees, volunteers and contractors spent days in the museum’s Aviation Display Hall bringing the newly painted Sunderland indoors, and moving the Solent ‘Aranui’ outside for further restoration works and painting.
Celebrating community event with the Auckland Buddhist Centre
“Bringing faiths, cultures and community together” Saturday 9 September @ Grey Lynn Community Centre, 510 Richmond Road.
Michael Van de Elzen creates Angus Beef and Beetroot Patties at Farro, Grey Lynn
Michael Van de Elzen was at Farro Grey Lynn on Saturday 26 September to yarn with customers about his Angus Beef and Beetroot Patties that he has partnered with Green Meadows Beef on, as part of a range of products in line with his Good From Scratch philosophy.
Jean Batten Artefacts Donated to MOTAT
New Zealand icon and pioneering aviator, Jean Batten holds a special place in the heart of MOTAT’s aviation collection, so it was with much excitement that the Museum recently accepted a generous donation of additional Jean Batten artefacts from Auckland Airport.
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The Ponsonby Little Black Book
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Chef Che Barrington takes Auckland Asian dining to new levels, serving you the sensational flavours of regional China in the lush surrounds of a Pacific island paradise. In-house dumpling chefs fold and flip before your very eyes, and New Zealand’s premiere in-house rum bar, The Rum Jungle, shakes up kooky Tiki cocktails and understated classics. Open seven days, lunch and dinner, 12 noon-late.
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