PR.co.nz

Online Press Release Service for New Zealand  
Submission, publication, distribution and promotion of New Zealand online press releases.
Submit Your Press Release


City Dentists announces launch of realtime online appointment booking in Wellington

Dental practice first to launch one-of-a-kind online scheduling system for dental appointments. The first fully integrated system reading and writing live appointment data enabling patients to book online.

Teenager Launches Unique Clothing Label

SLAEVE blends Internet sub-culture with high-end street wear. NZ Fashion Week organisers are so impressed they put on a second show.

New Property Management Company Rewards Clients

We are proud to launch Complete Property Management in the Taranaki region. We’re so confident in our offer that we are giving away $10,000 in cash . Sign up your property with CPM today, and if after an inspection we accept your property for a minimum period of 12 months, you will get $500 cold hard cash to do with as you desire. No gimmicks, no contests, just a reward for joining the best Property Management team in Taranaki. But be in quick, when the $10,000 is gone, its gone.

Eastside Refrigeration Offers Commercial AC Installation Services

Eastside Refrigeration, the most trusted HVAC contractors in Hamilton, offers comprehensive commercial air-conditioning design and installation services. These solutions give clients assurance of a comfortable and energy-efficient facility.

Survey shows Importance of Teachers

Kiwis think the teaching profession is becoming tougher and the majority of us say we wouldn’t have the patience to do the job, according to new research.

Kilbirnie Mosque Open Day

As part of Islam Awareness Week, the Kilbirnie Mosque is opening its doors and its cupboards to Wellingtonians, come along Saturday 12 September 2015 from 10am to 3pm, 7-11 Queens Drive, Kilbirnie, Wellington.

Myths of Perfection Fuelled World Exposed

Author and Image and Confidence Coach, Leanne Mulcahy of Rotorua will debut her book ‘Notes to Self: On Style, Confidence and Loving Your Body’ in her home town of Palmerston North on Saturday 22 August.

New Swap Initiative

Centric Media Limited, a New Zealand owned and operated business, announced the launch of a new community focused website, SwapIt! The website will help collectors complete their collections of collectables, such as countdown’s recent domino craze.

Kiwis Lack Confidence in Kitchen

The Old El Paso study which investigated Kiwis’ eating habits also found that many of us are too nervous to try new recipes and four out of 10 (41%) serve the same 6-10 weekly meals over and over again!

New Zealand Underwater Association organises first ever countrywide Trash2Cash campaign

Local scuba divers, dive groups and dive operators will Dive Against Debris across New Zealand during the month of September.

Lightning Lab Christchurch announces 10 startups in 2015 programme

Lightning Lab Christchurch today announced the ten startups who have been selected for the local programme which will be run in the GreenHouse innovation hub within the Christchurch Innovation Precinct.

Kiwi firm aims to reduce child obesity, firstly here in NZ and then across the ditch

Kiwi firm, Complete Kids Nutrition is passionate about making a difference and helping you as parents. They want to change the way kids perceive healthy foods and snacks and give parents the peace of mind that they are feeding them something genuinely healthy.

PropertyOnly.co.nz: Connecting Business and Customer in Many Aspects

PropertyOnly NZ launched its fully mobile device compatible website https://propertyonly.co.nz/ recently. The site allows real estate agents, property owners, and business owners to connect with their prospective clients in many aspects.

Denny’s Restaurant Serving Up High-Quality Food Using Smart Monitoring Technology

Denny’s Restaurant in partnership with Koolmakers and Senapps Technologies has successfully completed trial of Smart Monitoring Solution for ensuring the quality of refrigerated food storage. The restaurant can now monitor the temperature of freezers and cool rooms at all of its restaurants remotely, anytime without needing to visit the location. It also automatically alerts them in case of any changes in temperature so that they can react quickly before any items are affected.

Olivier Duhamel: Sculpture by Numbers

August 03rd – 15th, Remuera Gallery presents Sculpture By Numbers; a series of contemporary works by figurative sculptor Olivier Duhamel.

Masport – The Brand My Grandfather Trusts

Earning and maintaining the trust of kiwis, Masport has once again proudly secured the top spot in the 2015 Reader’s Digest Most Trusted Brands award, in the Gardening Equipment Division.

Farro Fresh launches The Flower Project in Auckland

Aucklanders set to go wild over brand new fresh flower delivery project from Farro Fresh, where locals can subscribe to regularly receive affordable, seasonal floral selections right to their door.

New online marketplace asks people to share the wealth

New online rental marketplace OURTHINGS (https://ourthings.co.nz) is asking people to join the sharing economy, building community and reducing wastage in the process. In a world increasingly conscious of economic sustainability and the issues associated with mass consumerism, ourthings breaks the “buy and toss” cycle with its community rental marketplace letting anyone borrow or loan anything, from anywhere.

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.