New Zealand Debt Solvers recently opened offices in Auckland and Wellington to help Directors of New Zealand companies who are in financial distress liquidate.
Faced with a growing online threat to their good name, career or business brand by anybody with a keyboard and an axe to grind, more and more Kiwis are demanding online reputation management services.
“Stay Shy” (released 02/02/2016) is the first official release by NZ-based artist Fanfickk. Simultaneous release of pixel art singalong video for the song “Shreds”. Pay what you like for digital download at fanfickk.com/music.
New Eye Company is sponsoring the annual New Zealand Cycling Classic giving all Stage Winners IC Sports Sunglasses that can take optional optical prescription inserts.
Aiming to bring the tech world to law, conveyonline launched today with their low cost approach to the house buying and selling process. By cutting out lawyers meetings and allowing customers to complete the transaction online, conveyonline saves a house buyer or seller time and money while still providing the security of a legal opinion.
Self-drive holidaymakers from French-speaking countries can now take a free online Road Code quiz in French to test their knowledge of New Zealand’s road rules.
Newly published clinical data show New Zealand dietary supplement, Arthrem, is effective at treating the symptoms of osteoarthritis, a multi-billion dollar global market.
Six months after changes in the way the New Zealand Inland Revenue treats UK pensions, people appear to be unsure about the new rules, leading to a decrease in pension transfers from UK to NZ.
A slow down in Auckland house sales combined with a still hot property market has seen a massive increase in short term bridging finance applications, national financier reports.
Kiwis urged to heed mobile phone manufacturers health warnings to keep device out of pants pockets and bras
New Zealanders are being urged to pay more attention to the small print that comes with their smartphone user manuals if they want to avoid male infertility and breast cancer, amongst other risks.
Advanced Security wins Supreme award at the 2015 AUT Faulty of Business & Law Excellence in Business Support Awards
Advanced Security Group is an integrated security solutions firm with a reputation for its technological strength, but it credits winning the Supreme Award for constant growth and improvement to its people.
A small Christchurch business which installs heat pumps is this year’s Supreme Winner in The David Awards: heroes in small business. Other winners also announced.
On Saturday 31st October, 2015 Science Alive! will be hosting the BIG SCIENCE DAY, an all-day Science and Technology event suitable for families and people of all ages. Science Alive! will be taking over Cathedral Square in Christchurch, with this exciting FREE event.
Remuera Gallery warmly invites you to “My World – 50 Years At The Easel”, a solo exhibition by Auckland painter Russell Hollings.
A pioneering exercise programme involving children with a wide range of physical and mental disabilities including; those left brain damaged from domestic abuse and prenatal drug/alcohol use has been launched at an Auckland city gym.
SPACE exhibition and event centre will present an exhibition featuring Wellington photographers Danni Arts, Samantha Ashton and Kelsi Reynolds. Tide; Continuum will be open to the public from 10am – 5pm daily from October 19-23, located at 176 Victoria Street, Wellington.
The date for Yvette Edwards’ Christmas Wreath Floral Workshop has been officially announced, offering a chance for a few lucky attendees to learn how to moss and bind their own holiday wreath using seasonal foliage.
VitaPet is calling all clever dogs with tricks or a great personality to vie for a spot in their next TV Ad!
Laser hair removal is no longer the domain of woman. With the hipster beard firmly on trend, one would not be foolish to assume that male hair removal is on the decline – quite the contrary.
What gets in the way of our natural free state? What is enlightenment, really? What does it mean for you to be awake and fully human in the world? These and other questions will be addressed by New Zealand born wisdom teacher Yanchiji, during a series of public talks throughout the North Island from 2 October to 8 October 2015.