Skills Active Apprentice of the Year competition: Helping a healthy community

Nicole Shand has spent her career creating a wide range of sport and recreation programmes for all sorts of people...

Foxton Family Fun Day postponed until November

The annual Family Fun Day at Foxton Heated Pools has been postponed until Sunday 8 November due to COVID-19 restrictions....

Five affiliate charity partners announced for Wellington Round the Bays 2021

Gemma Browne first took part in Wellington Round the Bays as a kid, but this year she’ll be participating for...

Bluebird skiing and snow boarding at Mt Ruapehu over weekend

Skiers and boarders headed to Mt Ruapehu over the weekend to enjoy some Bluebird spring skiing. Both Saturday and Sunday...

Newly-built Casey Hut opens in Arthurs Pass National Park

A popular overnight opportunity in Arthurs Pass National Park is available once again thanks to two generous donors, says the...

New Zealand ranks 5th globally for veganism – Vegan Society

Veganism in New Zealand is now twice as popular as it was just five years ago! Google trends has shown...

BBQ beet banger crowned New Zealand Vegan Sausage Winner – Vegan Society

The Beyond Sausage has done it again, coming in as the Supreme Winner for the second year running. Hot on...

Snow blankets Mt Ruapehu in time for school holidays

Snow has arrived just in time for the school holidays with 3,500 people heading up Mt Ruapehu over the weekend. Whakapapa...

Ironclad Pan Company triples production to keep up with demand

The Ironclad Pan Company, an innovative new cookware brand producing the only New Zealand made 100% cast iron skillet, has...

NZ event industry roars back to life

The New Zealand event industry’s future looks bright, with clients once again booking venues and suppliers with confidence. Nationwide venue guide...

Christchurch goes live on NZ Venues

Venue guide New Zealand Venues ( www.nzvenues.co.nz) is excited to announce their launch into Christchurch. Christchurch venues and event suppliers will...

‘Making up is hard to do, new study finds’

The fun of making up is the theme of countless songs and movies but a new study has found that...

The Remarkables extends seven day operations for one more week

After a busier than expected school holiday period, The Remarkables has decided to continue operating daily for one more week...

‘Mt Ruapehu on track for great ski season’

Kiwis from as far afield as Cape Reinga in the north, stretching to Wellington in the south, have donned their...

Jewellers shine spotlight on past and future in new Puke Ariki exhibition

Two New Plymouth jewellers have taken inspiration from artefacts in NPDC’s Puke Ariki’s vaults and stories from the Taranaki community...

Random acts of kindness is NZ’s specialty – BP

New research commissioned by bp on New Zealanders’ attitudes towards gratitude reveals Kiwis are experts at performing random acts of...

‘Duck hunters get to maximise their chances with a shortest day hunt’

North Canterbury hunters are being advised to take the opportunity that the shortest day offers for maximise their hunting opportunities. With...

Hunting industry requires domestic support – GAC, SCI, NZPHGA

New Zealand’s guided hunting industry has been severely impacted by COVID-19 and is appealing for support from domestic hunters looking...

Cadbury Dairy Milk Marble makes a comeback

CADURY DAIRY MILK MARBLE is here - a delicious distraction that is creamy on the outside, with a smooth nuttiness...

Pacific Language Weeks magnifies the value of a multilingual community

Minister for Pacific Peoples Aupito William Sio, says the Pacific Language Weeks 2020 will forever mark a special moment in...

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