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Central Wellington brewery Fortune launch his own. Favours opens a new bar at the airport “That’s what Fortune Favours is all Tonyyour Watling 11th. and Nov.making 2015 today, offering seven taps pouring For-Composed about –by taking chances tune Favours’ own brews as well as other your dreams a reality. Wellington breweries in its bottle range. “Every year Wellington’s reputation as Founder Shannon Thorpe says being a beer tourism destination grows, and we in the airport is a real coup for Fortune are very pleased to be in the right location Favours. to serve visitors’ first and last Wellington “We’re absolutely stoked to be travelbeer,” he adds. Our summer pools were built by us. lers’ first experience of the top quality Wellington Airport chief commercial Blends in well did cause no fuss. beers that Wellington is becoming so officer Matt Clarke says the airport Withwanted hydro slide will cause splash. that famous for around the world.” to provide an aexperience And offers to it many As well as serving beer, Fortune the people best of dash. Wellington, giving Through native bushofwe twistand anda wiggle. Favours will serve its own kombucha visitors a sense place positive the children brings a giggle. brew on tap, offering passengers From a lasting impression. Severn days a week the place is open. non-alcoholic beverage option. “Offering Wellington-brewed beer is a Fortune Favours’ brewery opened Hot a summer natural step forwe theall airport given the burdays are hopen! year ago in a restored industrial building geoning market we have in Wellington.” in Te Aro. Fortune Favours is the first and only Shannon worked in the brewery in- independent brewery open its own bar Public to Notice dustry for over 15 years then decided to in a New Zealand international airport.

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51. J.K. Rowling chose the unusual name ‘Hermione’ Hataitai-based osteopath so young Jane Barber and her associgirls ates Agustin Mari-Mabley wouldn’t and Ciara Broderick will be teased for being nerdy!

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Osteopaths believe a good start in life will have a profound effect on a person’s life. Jane says it is like “straightening a bent sapling that would have grown into a bent tree”. Bringing local news Jane may be new on the Hataitai block but she has a long history in to the community Wellington. She started City Osteopaths in the Situation Vacant CBD 27 years ago then left New Zealand for London and Sydney. Now back for 11 years with her A solid family, she has branched out from her sole practice in Miramar. “It’s amazing to think we have been open in Hataitai for a year,” she says. “I’m so thrilled with my associates Agustin Mari-Mabley and Ciara Broderick, I am so lucky to have found two excellent osteopaths full of enthusiasm and knowledge. She says people often did not realise Deliverers Required in the range of problems treated by osteopaths. Area 1: Momona, Mohaka, Kawatiri - Kaponga. Osteopathy is a hands-on approach to healthcare that heals by focussing on how the musculoskeletal system, Applications available at our recruitment muscles, are nerves, circulation, connecoffice or at the security gate based in the Agustin Mari-Mabley, Jane Barber and Ciara Broderick of Hataitai and Miramar Osteopaths. tive tissue and internal organs function Ngauranga George in Wellington. accounts@wsn.co.nz PHOTO: Lisa Penigo-Blackburn together. Contact Barry 472 7987 or 021 276 6654. be fundraising for Corner cancer of Can,” says Jane. Main Road charity Kids and Can next week. “The charity is close to Moohan Streets, Wainuiomata “For every patient we see our hearts because of our we will donate $5 to Kids careers.”

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“Not just back and neck ache, but headaches, sinus congestion, constipation, period pain, asthma to name a few,” Jane says. “We love the work we do and very much enjoy serving our local community”. From sports injuries to breathing disorders, osteopathy is safe and gentle enough to treat a wide variety of presentations and is suitable for newborns to the elderly.  National Osteopathy Awareness Week is April 15-21. Free spinal checks will be available at the clinic during that time.

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