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Sunday, March 21, 2010

Have you written a book?

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If you have just written a book on investment, financial freedom or real estate, and you find it hard to get it published, well skip the publishers and sell your books online!


Investment ebooks is the # 1 website and blog in Google under the keywords 'investment ebooks'

Start selling online now.

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Corporate Shooting Tournament

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Boom Rock

Boomrock Corporate Shooting Tournament

Hi travel

Gather the top 5 shooters from your company to represent you in the Boomrock Corporate Shooting Challenge. The tournament will be held at The Bunkers, our new 5-stand simulated duck & driven pheasant fields.

Shoot off against some of Wellingtons top companies to take out the title of ‘Boomrock Corporate Shooting Champion’.

Be in to win great prizes and take home the Boomrock Championship Cup.

The tournament will be held on Wednesday 14th April.

Client Entertainment at The Boomrock Duck Shooters Lunches

Client Entertainment at The Boomrock Duck Shooters Lunches

Start the season off by test firing the latest Beretta shotguns and sharpen your skills before heading to the Lodge for a taste of wild at our annual Duck Shooters Lunches.

Held on Thursday 15 & 22 April and Friday 16 & 23 April. Ladies only day on Wednesday 21 April.

The ultimate team building or client entertainment event. 

Lake Chalice Wine Lunch this Friday 19 March

There is still time to join us for lunch this Friday with a few clients, colleagues or friends for one of our renowned Winemaker Lunches. Gambo joins us from Lake Chalice for an afternoon of superb wine, stunning food and great company.

Please visit our website for other upcoming Winemaker Lunches.

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Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Buy One Dress Shirt Get One Dress Shirt Free

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This promo is only available for New Zealand!

If you order a shirt from, you can get one standard-sized business shirt for free! Grey, White and Pink colors available!

Email us your order number and we will give you an extra shirt for free!

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Wellington to Wanganui

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Wanganui is a recommended rural destination just 2.5 hours north of Wellington.

Below are driving instructions:
Driving directions to Wanganui, Manawatu-wanganui, New Zealand
193 km – about 2 hours 49 mins
New Zealand
1.Head north on Willis St toward Lambton Qy
4 m
2.Slight left at Lambton Qy
1.0 km
3.Lambton Qy turns left and becomes Molesworth St
0.6 km
4.Turn left to merge onto Wellington Urban Mwy
4.9 km
5.Continue onto Centennial Hwy
2.1 km
6.Continue onto Johnsonville Porirua Mwy
11.7 km
7.Continue onto SH 1
Go through 1 roundabout
4.0 km
8.Continue onto Mana Esp
1.7 km
9.Continue onto St Andrews Rd
Go through 1 roundabout
0.9 km
10.Continue onto SH 1
23.4 km
11.Continue onto Amohia St
0.5 km
12.Slight right at SH 1
0.3 km
13.Slight left to stay on SH 1
5.6 km
14.Continue onto Main Rd
1.7 km
15.Continue onto SH 1
Go through 1 roundabout
32.4 km
16.Continue onto South Rd
0.6 km
17.Continue onto Oxford St
2.6 km
18.Continue onto The Avenue
2.8 km
19.Continue onto SH 1
10.2 km
20.Continue onto Levin Rd
3.9 km
21.Continue onto Johnston St
1.1 km
22.Continue onto Russell St
0.8 km
23.Continue onto SH 1
29.7 km
24.Continue onto Wellington Rd
0.2 km
25.Turn left at Dundas Rd
0.7 km
26.Continue onto SH 1;SH 3
4.7 km
27.Continue onto Bridge St
2.1 km
28.Continue onto SH 3
39.9 km
29.Continue onto Wanganui Metropolitan Mwy
1.6 km
30.At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Heads Rd
0.4 km
31.Turn left at Guyton St
1.1 km
32.Turn left at Victoria Ave
0.2 km
Wanganui, Manawatu-wanganui
New Zealand

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Wellington Jobs

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If you're interested in working in Wellington, New Zealand, visit this link.
Below is the salary guide in New Zealand.

Category Median pay Range
Accounting $65k $55k - $85k
Agriculture, fishing & forestry $40k $32k - $55k
Banking, finance & insurance $65k $45k - $85k
Construction & architecture $75k $47k - $95k
Customer Service $37k $33k - $42k
Education $50k $45k - $55k
Engineering $85k $65k - $105k
Government & council $55k $37k - $80k
Healthcare $55k $45k - $65k
Hospitality & tourism $35k $30k - $40k
HR & Recruitment $65k $47k - $85k
IT $85k $65k - $115k
Legal $70k $55k - $90k
Manufacturing & operations $42k $33k - $55k
Marketing, media & communications $55k $42k - $80k
Office & administration $37k $35k - $45k
Retail $35k $30k - $42k
Sales $55k $40k - $70k
Science & technology $55k $40k - $65k
Trades & services $45k $35k - $55k
Transport & logistics $42k $35k - $55k

Wellington Harbor

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Wellington has one of the most magnificent city and harbor views in New Zealand. It's called the hub of the NZ government. It is NZ's 2nd largest city, however, the commercial activity is nowhere near Auckland and Christchurch. This photo is taken from the 28th floor of one of Wellington's tallest buildings.

The average cost of a decent property in Wellington is at least $300k NZD for a residential property. If you are interested in knowing more about NZ property, please visit


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Wellington (pronounced /ˈwɛlɘŋˌtɘn/) is the capital city and third most populous urban area of New Zealand. It is often called Windy Wellington because it is the windiest city in New Zealand [4]. The urban area is situated on the southwestern tip of the country's North Island, and lies between Cook Strait and the Rimutaka Range. It is home to 386,000 residents, with an additional 3,700 residents living in the surrounding rural areas.


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