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Get NZ Writing

To celebrate the continuing importance of the handwritten word, and to encourage Kiwi kids to practice the essential literacy skills that come with writing, the very first ‘Get NZ Writing’ initiative is being held this year.

Waikato Seasonal Outlook: A new drought and rainy period forecasting system is giving farmers..

Initial Outlook for Waikato Winter and Summer Seasons: Slight shift in seasonal timing with cool and relatively dry winter, cool and average rainfall for the spring and delayed warming up in mid-summer with dry conditions in February but near normal in January and possibly slightly drier than normal March.

Managing Your Money Successfully with Debt Consolidation

Managing your money successfully is not hard but discipline is required. Focusing on the things you need instead of the things you want is part of this discipline. A need is something that you have to have and a want is something you would like to have. If you purchase too many ‘want’ items you may end up over extending yourself with credit cards, hire purchase and other loans.

Pumpt coordinates to bring greater value

The Pumpt Group is a new collection of successfull businesses working together to deliver excellent results in the communications and advertising industry in New Zealand and Australia.

Demand Growing for Property Managers in Auckland

With the Auckland property market booming, the need for rental property managers is steadily increasing – however, not all property management companies are created equal.

Kiwi Celebs Support Dry July

Registrations are now open for popular fundraiser Dry July’s fourth year, and a host of local celebrities have pledged to give booze a break in order to improve the wellbeing of cancer patients and their loved ones.
Famous faces who are Dry July Ambassadors this year are netball captain Casey Kopua, comedian Urzila Carlson, cookbook author Chelsea Winter, Shortland Street actor Jayden Daniels, Step Dave star Sia Trokenheim, broadcaster Carly Flynn, and radio presenter Nicki Sunderland.

High resolution sub seasonal and seasonal forecast now available for New Zealanders

The seasonal forecasting team at CLIMsystems has developed ExtendWeather for New Zealand’s primary producers and energy sector. It is a state-of-the-art seasonal forecasting service that delivers high resolution maps of precipitation, temperature and soil potential evapotranspiration deficits and other variables depending on the subscription level from 10 days to up to nine months into the future. All forecasts are updated ever ten days and are based on downscaled NOAA CFSv2 data. As partners of Farmlands subscribers receive discounts if they are Farmlands members or shareholders.

New Factory to Create More Jobs

Leading Kiwi fresh chilled food producer Pitango will relocate to a new $3 million factory in South Auckland this month, and along with an increased production capacity will create up to 20 new jobs in South Auckland during peak season.

Art Experiences in Exotic Locations

Kiwi art lovers will have the opportunity to visit unusual art-filled destinations with a series of special tours to exotic locations in 2016.

Legrand® North America chooses Rackstuds™ as their default accessory mounting hardware for the Electrorack® and Ortronics® line of rack cabinets

Legrand® North America are now using New Zealand made Rackstuds™ during the assembly phase for the new LX cabinets.

Cheapties Announces Launch of New Zealand’s Innovative First Monthly Necktie Club to High Anticipation

New Zealand tie lovers have reason to rejoice. Cheapties recently announced their launch offering a monthly tie club completely unique to the country. Featuring many different styles, and a website set up to make selecting favourite ties simple and easy, early members have responded with enthusiasm.

Demand High for New Nelson Homes

With the housing market becoming increasingly competitive in the Tasman market, developers are offering real estate in three brand new developments in Nelson.

New Zealand’s best players target Auckland for SKYCITY Super League Darts

Radio Hauraki and Radio Sport are proud to present New Zealand’s premier domestic darts competition, SKYCITY Super League Darts which begins on 10 July. Eight of New Zealand’s best players will compete against each other in a tournament unrivalled in New Zealand.

Auckland Band Hire: The rise of the duo

With the Auckland music scene becoming increasingly competitors, the traditional full band has shrunk in an attempt to keep up with the changing times.

Clickthrough gets Pumpt

Clickthrough has recently joined forces with the Pumpt Group to offer their unique brand of web design and search engine optimisation backed by the collective force of Pumpt’s communication and advertising expertise.

Staff With Disabilities an Asset

Kiwi businesses could be more profitable and improve their organisational culture if managers committed to hiring a more diverse group of people, and rethink their concept of ‘disability’, says GSK’s general manager Anna Stove.

Impression Real Estate Reports Record Numbers As Auckland Housing Shortage Worsens

Real estate agents Impression Real Estate of Auckland NZ have reported record numbers during the busiest moving season of the year, suggesting the housing shortage is more extreme than it seems.

Attitudes to disability need to change

Disabled people still experience serious barriers that prevent them from fully participating in society and feeling accepted, according to two new reports. Based on interviews with disabled people, the reports share examples where people feel their human rights have not been respected. As well as sharing their experiences, the disabled people interviewed called for a change in attitudes to disability, greater awareness throughout society and a more accessible New Zealand for all.

Family-Owned for over 40 Years, EcoPro Cleaning Remains the Only Cleaning Service Licensed by Environmental Choice NZ

Green cleaning may seem like a current trend, but for one family-owned New Zealand company it has been a way of life for more than 40 years.

Tennis elbow clinical trial at the Dunedin School of Medicine, patients and funding wanted

Globally, 3% of the population suffers from a Tennis Elbow (lateral epicondylitis) inflammation. A highly successful experimental device has been recently tested in Germany using a very densed acoustic pressure which loosens both inflammation and scar tissue in only 24 hours. An exclusive clinical trial will be conducted at the Dunedin School of Medicine. For this clinical trial we need both patients who have suffered more than 12 months as well as funding.