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Sunshine mixed with a little hurricane.🌪

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This week's treatment to try is Peels! Autumn is a great time to benefit from a peel following summer, as you tend to have a lot of dead skin, surface skin damage, and discolouration. Peels remove these dead skin cells and stimulate the production of new cell growth. You will notice that post-treatment, the skin is brighter and clearer, and pigmentation, fine lines and wrinkles are reduced, giving you a more radiant, fresh look accentonimage dunedin beautysalon peels healthyskin skincare qualityskincare treatmenttotry beautyroutine antiaging pigmentation radiantskin glowingskin

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Personal and Small Group Training 〰️ Don’t forget, Barre Base offers bespoke barre training sessions - Increased strength ✔️ Increased mobility ✔️ A focus on deep core strength and stability ✔️ 1:1 PERSONAL TRAINING $55, 45 mins - If you’re looking for a bespoke session, then these classes are for you. The classes will be based on our barre-method, but we will work with you to create a programme that focuses on your individual goals. You’ll be motivated, be assisted with technique, and be able to work out at a time that best suits you. These classes will be structured different from a usual group fitness class, so they’re more interactive. There will be further props that don’t appear in our group fitness sessions too - 2:1 PERSONAL TRAINING $75, 45 mins — two people - This session is perfect if you and a workout buddy want to smash your goals together. We know how motivating it is to have company when you’re working out. These 2:1 sessions offers an affordable way to get a more bespoke workout, with a huge focus on technique — all with the support of a friend, family member or colleague. There will be further props that don’t appear in our group fitness sessions too - SMALL GROUP TRAINING $180 - max 10 people - Organise a workout with your friends, family members or colleagues — on your own schedule. Small Group Sessions allow you to feel the vibes of a group fitness session, but experience a bespoke session that suits the needs of your group. We will happily work with you to create a unique experience for your group, or take charge and do the thinking for you. There will be further props that don’t appear in our group fitness sessions too - BESPOKE GROUP SESSIONS We will cater to you - If none of the above options suit you, but you have a group of people who’re interested in a bespoke workout, then please get in touch. We will happily work with you to create your ultimate workout experience - Barre Base also offers Corporate Sessions — stretching, yoga or barre — for your workplace. These can be based at our studio, or in your workplace itself if suitable.

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Hey friends! In case you missed it, we posted our first video here yesterday - and there is MUCH more to come soon. We are working on videos about all of the major destinations we’ve been to so far on the South Island (including Queenstown and Milford Sound) and a few not so major but definitely worthwhile little places too. ⠀⠀ This shot happens to be from one of the absolute must-dos in our opinion - Aoraki Mt. Cook 🏔😍 at over 12,200 ft it is NZ’s highest peak and the glacier lakes and other scenery surrounding it on all sides are absolutely magnificent. Our video about Mt. Cook will be the first on our YouTube channel so you can start planning your trip around it ASAP 😏 ⠀⠀ If you have traveled to New Zealand, we’d LOVE to hear what your favorite spots were! We haven’t been anywhere on the North Island yet so we need your recommendations pls 🙏🏼🤗 ⠀⠀ (also, does that last emoji mean I’m giving you a virtual hug?? Please tell me it doesn’t mean something weird 😂) ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ newzealand nzmustdo purenewzealand purenz dunedin destinationnz capturenz newzealandguide exploremore instatravel beautifuldestinations instapassport exploreeverywhere keepitwild aorakimtcook mtcook hookervalleytrack

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End of Season Sale continues on curtains & blinds, wallpaper & flooring ☑️ 20% off curtain & upholstery fabrics* . ☑️ 20% off wallpaper . ☑️ 15% off Luxaflex® Sunscreens, Roller Shades & Duettes - includes Skylights & Motorisation!* . ☑️ Amazing deals on a huge range of Cavalier Bremworth & Bremworth Collection . Find out more via the link in our profile.*Some exclusions apply

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He is the destination of wherever we go. He is the one who always hold us tight in spite of whatever situations. nztrip2019 dunedin

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SILENT NIGHT MARCH! This Thursday (21 March), University staff and students are encouraged to take part in a silent march to Forsyth Barr Stadium where a Civic Vigil is to be held in memory and support of the 50 people who died in last week’s tragic events in Christchurch. We are meeting at 5.30pm to make our way to the stadium in time for the 7pm vigil. onlyotago dunedin dunnerstunner TheyAreUs TogetherWeStand OtagoUni UniLife CampusLife

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I am Asian, Korean Born, NZ citizen since 2005 Growing up in NZ wasn’t easy, it definitely got better over time. I still sometimes struggle with it, and still to this day get shade thrown at me just because of my race. I did a story briefly yesterday in regards to how growing up in NZ was for me. I’d like to elaborate on this further. After everything that has happened recently in NZ, I feel that it is about time this topic is talked about. I moved to New Zealand in the year 2000 with my family. We decided to move to Tauranga, and build our new home here. My parents decided to move to New Zealand in the hope of providing us a brighter future. We moved in with a family friend, who are kiwi teaching English in Korea (how we heard about NZ). Within the first couple of months, they had theft our family of all of our money. Because we had so much trust in them, my father decided to allow them to be in charge of our financial situations while he focused on finding a job in NZ. They theft us of all of my family’s savings, left us with nothing, and kicked our family onto the streets. My family had to rebuild from nothing. My father was a champion and did all of this for our family. He studied the language after work, before work so that we could call ourselves a citizen of NZ. - During primary school was the toughest years of my childhood. We knew no one in Tauranga. The only people we knew were people who took advantage of us. Our family had little English, so meeting new people was hard. And at time, there weren’t many other Asian families living in Tauranga I struggled at Primary school, I tried to practice my English and get better at speaking the language here in NZ. I just got racist comments thrown at me, about the way I talked and the way I sounded. I was mocked and ridiculed. The bullying got so bad that I had lost all confidence in myself. I made the decision to not talk to any one for my whole primary schooling (I arrived here when I was in year 3/4, so this is about 3-4 years of not speaking at school). These kind of comments were not necessary, and definitely not okay. It saddens me that it took such a horrific event for the nation to address this

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Hey Lady! so I finally got to go do some sightseeing! Ikr its been like a month but lol, I'm lazy 😊 There's a farmers market on every Saturday morning at the train station (not in the actual trainstation) and there were lots of fresh produce- which i didn't need haha. They did sell crepes though! And that was nice (but a bit overpriced tbh) Did you know, the trainstation is the most photographed building in New Zealand? Not suprised tbh, its really pretty ❤ The forth photo is the clocktower at our university! Its funny walking around campus. Sometimes theres like chinese tour groups that are taking a lot of pictures of pointless things. Like seagulls and rubbish bins. Yeah, don't ask. Some oldish chinese guy came up to me and started asking me something in Chinese tho and I'm like wtf I need to go to a lecture and I have no idea what you are saying Oh well, fun times right? The last photo is from the laundry room at our hall lol. I found it more funny than I should have when I saw it haha. Everyone is on edge because of the terrorist attack that happened in Christchurch over the weekend. My parents were really worried too. I think us immigrants, whether or not we are muslim, are more especially on edge, myself included. I really hope that the victims and the victims families are able to find strength in this dark time. Anyways, thats from me! Loved the bullet journalling btw, when's Suga spread happening? 😝 You're favourite asian -blue dunedin newzealand otagouni otago university unilife unistudent 뉴질랜드 유학생 이민 대학생 새내기 일상스타그램 tourist sightseeing trainstation 여행 여행스타그램 선팔하면맞팔 맞팔 소통 좋아요

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Cutting boulders into sections to get closer to the send I could feel at the end of the start half that I didn’t have it in me, hence the hesitation.

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This year we will part of the South Dunedin Street Festival. This is a festival celebrating the variety of diverse cultures, community groups and families that make up the South Dunedin area. Come and say hi and check out what we have to offer here at the Dunedin Training Centre. We will have a lamb on the spit cooking all day. We will also be running some great competitions where we will have some fantastic prizes, like winning your very own picnic table! We cant wait to see you all there! It's going to be a fantastic day! dunedin community education fun prizes feesfree families together music stalls

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repost prospectparkproductions ・・・ Prospect Park is in the building! We're packing into the amazing Beautiful Science Gallery otagomuseum today, and excited to have LSP inhabit its new space. Tickets for opening night are selling fast, so secure yours today and join us for the premiere performance Tickets available via our bio link 22-24 March 2019 Beautiful Science Gallery, Otago Museum otagomuseum ticketslivenow buynow dontmissout LSP LeSujetParle thesubjectwillspeak BeautifulScienceGallery OtagoMuseum premiere immersivetheatre theatre NZtheatre PPP ProspectParkNZ Dunedin Otepoti localtalent keepingitpro supportTheatreinDunedin Fringe DunedinFringe creativedunedin With support from otagocommunitytrust creativenz oarfm and DCC/Ara Toi Otepoti.

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DOC Update from Ranger Sharyn Kia Ora, Today the Royalcam chick is 55 days old and weighs 4.3kg. This is up 800g since last week which is a healthy weight gain. The older chicks, such as the Royalcam chick are now capable of taking small trips of the nest but are not going too far, as yet. LKL (the inquisitive new dad from the Quarry nest, not too far away) is feeding his chick very well and coming and going frequently. The albatross travel far and wide to find food which is not all at the same location. His nest is in a very sheltered location and he needs to land and take off from a windier spot which is why we have seen him so frequently on the Royalcam. I have also observed him investigating the other chicks that he goes past. The chicks are becoming quite robust now and are mostly coping well with the non-breeders. Nga Mihi docgovtnz albatross royalalbatross dunedinnz otagopeninsula dunedin nz nzmustdo wilddunedin wildlifecapitalofnz royalalbatrosscentre bucketlist travelinspiration travel nature wanderlust bird birds birdwatching naturelover purenz love beautiful instalike dunnerstunner newzealand travel wildlifeconservation wildlifephotography naturelovers newzealand

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Last week at fenwayhotel 💙 I love a place that has history and charm and this has both—with killer sunset views and a rooftop bar to boot! The hotel has been restored to its original 1920’s magic, and honestly feels like you are stepping back in time the moment you walk in the doors. We tried out some of the menus items from hewchophouse and I am still dreaming about the brussel sprouts! Thanks for hosting us Fenway Hotel—ready to plan a staycation here😎

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Just found out there are ONLY 9 tickets left for our Dunedin show so better grab them if you don’t want to missout \m/\m/ https:www.facebook.com/pg/AlienWeaponry/events/ Worldtour lasttickets Dunedin

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Olivia - Dunedin's favorite grave digger Some of you locals will recognize Olivia from the TV news a short while back - she was the girl at the new OCHA (chocolate) factory beating the ingredients with a hatchet. She worries that people who saw that might think she's "crazy" but she's far too nice in person for you to think that for long. A hatchet is a perfectly good tool for breaking up kitchen ingredients on an industrial scale. Perhaps it's the scary, but occasionally hilarious, art that comes out of such a beautiful person that raises eyebrows? grave_digger_designs is Olivia's artistry inspired by no less than Morticia Adams and the like - creepy and kooky all at the same time. It might not be your style, but I think Olivia's commitment to doing 'her' thing, instead of going mass market, is why her work is so interesting and appealing. If more people would just be the real 'themselves' the world would be the fantastic and illuminated place it was designed to be dunedinstory dunedinnz dunedinphotographer portraitphotography womansportrait folkcreative createdunedin nzart nzartist goth gothart gothic sculptedjewelry jewelry portrait_shot portrait_ig dcpatterson dunedin scary scarychick gothchick gothchicks artistofinstgram art artist

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Meet Ruby. Ruby went a little bit off road at last night’s racing and ended up in a ditch - her first ever race too. But with chaperone Geoff’s help, she got up and back on her bike, and kept riding. And she’s dead keen to come back next week too. Ruby rocks, be like Ruby. 🚴‍♂️ fromwhereweride youthdevelopment otago dunedin dunedinnz 📷 hartlanephotography

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😍 project prototype

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Listed as one of the top ten burger joints in NZ, reburgernz lives up to its reputation. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Here’s to a late lunch feed featuring double burgers of “Smash Prince” 🍔 and “Dirty Duke” 🍔 and double loaded fries for twice the deliciousness🍟🍟 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📍Reburger, 36 Albany Street, Dunedin ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

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