WIN tickets to Ottolenghi And The Cakes Of Versailles

Posted Wednesday 09 Dec 2020


Thanks to our friends at Madman Films, we have five double passes to give away to the perfect holiday season doco!

Directed by Laura Gabbert, Ottolenghi And The Cakes Of Versailles is an extravagant feast for the senses, exploring the mouth-watering intersection between food, culture, and history.

Documenting the collaboration between world renowned chef Yotam Ottolenghi (Plenty, Simple) and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, Ottolenghi And The Cakes Of Versailles follows five visionary pastry makers. A veritable who's who of the dessert world is assembled - including Dominique Ansel and Dinara Kasko - as they race against the clock to construct a decadent food gala based on the sumptuous exhibit: visitors to Versailles.

Released in NZ cinemas 26 December, 2020.

To be in the draw to win one double pass, click here to watch the delicious trailer and answer the question below:

What bird is seen on the wall hanging and needs to be made?

Write the name of the film and your answer in the subject line of an email and send it to

Winners only will be notified, by email.

The film will be in a limited number of cinemas, check below for one near you:


Rialto Newmarket


Lido Cinema


Lighthouse Cuba

Lighthouse Petone

Lighthouse Pauatahanui

Penthouse Cinema


Alice Cinemas

Deluxe Cinema


Rialto Dunedin


Dorothy Brown's Arrowtown

Tivoli Cambridge

Shoreline Waikanae

Ruby's Wanaka


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Women's Services Coordinator role at Auckland Women's Centre

Posted Wednesday 09 Dec 2020

The Auckland Women's Centre is seeking a Women's Services Coordinator who will be responsible for Women's Support Service (advice and referral to women in need or crisis, via phone, online and drop-in) the Community Education Programme and the housekeeping maintenance of the Centre. The ideal applicant will be highly empathetic, organised, have formal or informal experience in social work, community work or counseling, and understand how to work cross-culturally with a diverse range of people.

Hours: 40 hours a week.

Start date: Wednesday 20 January, 2021 (negotiable).

Wages and conditions: between $27.50 and $30 and hour depending on experience with an annual cost-of-living increase on 1 July. Five weeks annual leave.

Please supply a covering letter and your CV (including contact details for two verbal referees) and a completed application form to by 10am Wednesday 16 December, 2020.

Click here for application form