Su­per­woman flies in

Auckland City Harbour News - - NEWS -

Su­per­woman is com­ing to town and we’re giv­ing you the chance to join her on a very spe­cial walk around the perime­ter of Auck­land’s Sky Tower. Sub­ur­ban News­pa­pers, pub­lisher of the Auck­land City Har­bour News has teamed with up with Ra­dio Tarana and ATEED to give four lucky peo­ple this once in a life­time op­por­tu­nity. Su­per­woman, aka Lilly Singh, is a Cana­dian blog­ging celebrity of In­dian de­scent who is a star at­trac­tion at this year’s Di­wali Fes­ti­val on Oc­to­ber 19 and 20. She has a mil­lion YouTube fol­low­ers and per­forms two free tick­eted shows at the Her­ald Theatre dur­ing the event. Email your name and daytime con­tact de­tails to on­­min@ and you will go into the draw to join her on the guided SkyWalk – 192 me­tres above the ground with 360 de­gree views of Auck­land. Win­ners will also get the chance to catch up with her in per­son at the Ra­dio Tarana stu­dio a lit­tle ear­lier in the day. En­tries close on Oc­to­ber 14 at 5pm. Di­wali, also known as the Fes­ti­val of Lights, is or­gan­ised by ATEED in part­ner­ship with the Asian New Zealand Foun­da­tion and is the re­gion’s largest free mul­ti­cul­tural event. It will run from noon un­til 9pm on both days, trans­form­ing Aotea Square and Queen St into an In­dian bazaar with more than 50 food and craft stalls.

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