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This not-for-profit documentary photography festival focuses on social, economic and environmental issues.
The Stephen King horror novel returns to the big screen in this by-the-numbers remake.
The third time is still the charm in this action-packed assassin franchise, with Keanu Reeves and his former stunt double-turned-director doing what they do best.
Calling all taste testers and lip smackers — the Food Show is back.
With its R-rating, Hellboy gleefully dials up the gore. If only it had dialled up the story, too.
Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen make a relatable pair in this heartfelt and hilarious political rom-com.
Calling all vegans (and non-vegans).
This live-action remake is suitably nostalgic and features a terrific cast, but never tries to soar on its own magic carpet.
The live act from Perth have been making a name for themselves and paving their own path in the indie electronic scene.
Discover deliciously drinkable pinot noirs from across the country in this nationwide celebration.
103 Oriental Parade, Oriental Bay
Stunning ocean views in a seaside eatery infused with yachting history.
Poquito Cafe and Bar
11 Tory Street, Wellington
A little getaway in the hustle of central city.
The Black Sparrow
10A Majoribanks Street, Mt Victoria
The spirited little cocktail bar with a cultural sensibility, art deco outlook and a cracking drinks list.
El Culo Del Mundo
2 Roxburgh Street, Wellington
Wellington's newest Latin American bar.
101 The Terrace
Sterling could be one of Wellington’s best eating institutions already, and it’s only been open since last year.
Cable Car Ln, Lambton Quay
A drinking halfway house.
62 Ghuznee St, Te Aro, Wellington 6011
Wellington's two great loves combined: good coffee and good beer.
88 Riddiford Street, Wellington
The laid-back Latin craft beer bar houses over 60 different types of beers.
53 Courtenay Place, Wellington
An inconspicuous, book-lined institution.
Little Beer Quarter
6 Edward Street, Te Aro
With fourteen rotating taps, two handpulls and over a hundred beers in the fridge, describing the place as 'well-stocked' might be a bit of an understatement.