Forever New's 70% sale

Get up to 70% off selected items at Forever New.

This sale is valid online and in-store while stocks last.




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Other Deals

Fishaways' just hooked special

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Zando's end of season sale

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Woolworths' quality sale

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Winter lunch special at The Square

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Barristers' Pub Lunch Special

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Despite the police receiving training in how to handle abuse and rape cases, more needs to be done to help the survivors of these crimes.

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Students with valid student cards can get 50% off Salushi’s a la carte menu on Mondays between 12:00 and 17:00.