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Car Maintenance A Money-Saver As New Car Sales Fall

Press Release – Mag and Turbo

With the world economy feeling the crunch of COVID-19, more and more people are looking to tighten their belts. Gone are the days of splurging on flashy new items or travelling to wild and wonderful destinations without a second thought for the … Read more »

Māori Television Launches Its Whakatau 2020 Election Coverage

Press Release – Maori Television

Mori Television is set to offer unprecedented bilingual election coverage, featuring polling of the Mori electorates, leadership debates for the seven Mori seats, Election night and post-Election special. Shane Taurima, Mori Television’s Thuhu Read more »

NZ Apple Industry On Track To Become A Billion-dollar Export Business

Press Release – NZ Apples and Pears Inc

New Zealand Apples and Pears Inc (NZAPI), the representative industry body for the apple, pear and nashi industry, held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Hastings today, with members joining from around the countrys growing regions via Zoom. … Read more »

MTA Welcomes Launch Of Apprenticeship Boost Scheme

Press Release – Motor Trade Association

The Motor Trade Association has welcomed todays launch of the Apprenticeship Boost scheme, but is urging the Government to have the courage to go further. This is a long-awaited win for employers supporting young people into trades, says … Read more »

Editor Appointments

Press Release – Bauer Media

The countdown is on for the highly anticipated return of New Zealands best-loved magazines. Today we are proud to reveal the talented editors who will be at the helm of the countrys most iconic titles. While our mastheads are well-loved and … Read more »

Petone-Grenada Highway Will Be A Game-changer

Press Release – New Zealand National Party

Nationals commitment to building the Petone to Grenada Link Road and second Terrace Tunnel shows it hasnt forgotten about the transport needs of people in Wellingtons northern and western suburbs like Labour has, National List MP for hariu Brett … Read more »

Kelvin Davis Must Apologise To The Travel Industry

Press Release – New Zealand National Party

The Government must step up and provide a clear plan for outbound tourism and travel operators so they can avoid large scale job loss, Nationals Tourism spokesperson Todd McClay says. The Government needs to share its plan for New Zealanders trying … Read more »

HortNZ Welcomes Govt’s Recognition Of The Importance Of Vegetable Growing

Press Release – Horticulture NZ

HortNZ has worked with growers in Pukekohe and Horowhenua to demonstrate to central and local government that modern vegetable growing techniques dramatically reduce environmental impact, says HortNZ Chief Executive, Mike Chapman. Read more »

Alt launches vape advertising campaign before ban

Press Release – Alt New Zealand

The largest Kiwi-owned vape company is investing significantly in what will likely be its last marketing campaign before legislation is passed to soon prohibit all forms of advertising of regulated vaping products. Read more »

Resilient Ravensdown Responds With Strong $69m Profit – Returning $68 Million To Farming

Press Release – Ravensdown

After ensuring essential food-creating nutrients kept flowing during the pandemic, Ravensdown has recorded a profit from continuing operations and before tax, rebate and an earlier issue of bonus shares of $69 million (2019: $52m). Returning a total … Read more »

New rules in place to restore healthy rivers

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Environment Minister David Parker and Agriculture Minister Damien OConnor welcomed the gazetting of the new national direction on freshwater management. Read more »

Waikato Farmer Fined For Not Registering 152 Cattle

Press Release – Ministry For Primary Industries

A Waikato farmer has been fined $3900 for not registering 152 cattle under the National Animal Identification and Tracing (NAIT) scheme. Waitomo sheep and beef farmer Brian Anthony Murphy (67) was sentenced at the Te Kuiti District Court yesterday [August … Read more »

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