No Free Ride for Truckies on Dominion Road

Press Release – Dominion Rd Business Association

A business group representing one of Aucklands busiest, and most iconic streets, has hit back at suggestions that parking should be banned on major roads such as Dominion Rd to allow truckies a free ride through the streets of Auckland. Read more »

2017 MSAANZ Retail Recognition Awards

Press Release – Museum Shops Association of Australia and NZ

The Museum Shops Association of Australia & New Zealands 2017 Retail Recognition Awards, celebrating innovation and creativity in the unique field of cultural retailing were celebrated at an awards dinner in Sydney on the 21st of September. Read more »

Greens welcome cage-free commitment from Foodstuffs

Press Release – Green Party

The Green Party welcomes todays announcement from Foodstuffs that they will switch to completely cage-free eggs by 2027 in their supermarkets nationwide, and is calling on all supermarkets, to follow suit. Read more »

Coup for hens – Foodstuffs to be cage-free

Press Release – SAFE For Animals

SAFE is congratulating Foodstuffs, who owns New World, PAKnSAVE and Four Square, on their announcement that they will stop selling all cage eggs from 2027. In a statement Foodstuffs said today that following an extensive review of its egg sourcing and … Read more »

Exports Underpin Strong Economic Growth

Press Release – New Zealand Government

The New Zealand economy continued to grow solidly in the June quarter, posting a 0.8 per cent increase in GDP, taking New Zealand’s growth rate for the year to 2.7 per cent, Finance Minister Steven Joyce says. Read more »

Turners Automotive sees FY18 pre-tax profit rising

Article – BusinessDesk

Sept. 20 (BusinessDesk) – Turners Automotive Group told shareholders at today’s annual meeting it expects to lift its full-year pre-tax earnings by as much as 26 percent as it benefits from a series of recent acquisitions and increasing vertical integration. Read more »

H&M opening date confirmed for Queensgate Shopping Centre

Press Release – Queensgate Shopping Centre

H&M, one of the worlds largest fashion retailers, will open its first Wellington store in Queensgate Shopping Centre on Thursday, 26 October 2017. H&M will be spread over two levels in Queensgates Centre Court, occupying approximately 2,700m2 … Read more »

Fashion Retailer H&M To Opes Wellington Store on 26 October

Press Release – H and M

H & M Hennes & Mauritz AB (H&M) , one of the worlds largest fashion retailers known for offering fashion and quality at the best price in a sustainable way, has announced that H&M at Queensgate Shopping Centre, Lower Hutt, Wellington … Read more »

Paua operation valued at approx $30,000

Press Release – Ministry of Primary Industries

19 September 2017 – A Canterbury diesel mechanic and well-known local fisherman is to undergo electronic monitoring for four months after pleading guilty to running a lengthy black-market paua and rock lobster operation. Read more »

Want a Christmas Job in Retail? Read Retail NZ’s Advice

Press Release – Retail NZ

Want a Christmas Job in Retail? Read Retail NZ’s Advice First! With less than 100 days to go until Christmas, many people will be looking for seasonal work in retail stores, and Retail NZ has published some advice for would-be shop workers about how … Read more » Develops NZ-First In-Store Retail Technology

Press Release – Laybuy

Kiwi shoppers now have even more smart payment choices as local company Laybuy extends its innovative online payment model to cover in-store purchases. Read more »

Ford must buy back inflammable Kugas, says campaigner

Press Release – Dog And Lemon guide

Ford must buy back inflammable Kugas, says campaigner The government should force Ford to buy back fire-prone Kuga vehicles, says the car review website . Two Ford Kuga vehicles have caught fire in New Zealand in the last year, with many … Read more »

New World sausage sizzle raises more than $40k for Starship

Press Release – Foodstuffs Limited

New World sausage sizzle raises more than $40,000 for Starship A nationwide sausage sizzle put on by New World supermarkets around the country has raised more than $40,000 for New Zealands national childrens hospital, Starship Child Health. On Saturday, … Read more »

Fly Buys Celebrates Birthday with Charitable Partnership

Press Release – Fly Buys

15 September 2017 – The Fly Buys programme is marking its 21st birthday with a partnership with Points for Purpose, a social enterprise that enables members to gift their Fly Buys points to make a difference to the lives of people in need. Read more »

NZ Shareholders Association takes aim at Turners placement

Article – BusinessDesk

Sept. 14 (BusinessDesk) – The New Zealand Shareholders’ Association has Turners Automotive Group in its sights after the auto and finance firm raised funds through a placement to sophisticated and wealthy investors. Read more »

Turners Automotive’s $25 million placement fully subscribed

Article – BusinessDesk

Sept. 14 (BusinessDesk) – Turners Automotive Group’s $25 million placement was fully subscribed yesterday with the underwriter not called on to top up the discounted offer. Read more »

Significant Investment in Traceability by Silver Fern Farms

Press Release – Silver Fern Farms

Thursday 14 September: Silver Fern Farms is investing to link consumers of its premium retail products back to the farm. Read more »

New World asks New Zealand to vote on plastic bags

Press Release – Foodstuffs Limited

New World supermarkets are giving customers the opportunity to vote on whether to keep plastic bags free or bring in a five or 10 cent charge for each plastic bag they use at the checkout – in a concerted effort to reduce pollution. Read more »

Alexandra Park a finalist in Westpac business awards

Press Release – Alexandra Park

Alexandra Park has been named a finalist in the Excellence in Marketing category for the Westpac Auckland Business Awards 2017 – Central. Read more »

Butter hits record high due to global demand

Article – BusinessDesk

Sept. 13 (BusinessDesk) – New Zealand food prices rose in August, with fruit and vegetables, meat, and groceries such as butter more expensive than a year earlier. Read more »

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