Friday, 13 December 2013
Studio X Photography returns to Newmarket AUCKLAND
— Studio X Photography has announced they are returning to Newmarket after being located in Mt Eden for the last two years. Commenting on their return, Studio X lead photographer Loric Banham stated "The last two years in Mt Eden have been fantastic and we have thoroughly enjoyed our time there.
By Studio X Photography
Stroke & Stride Race #3
The final event of 2013 was Stroke & Stride number 190 on the all time list and so it was only right that conditions laid on in Auckland were near as perfect as can be for this auspicious swimrun occasion.
By Stroke & Stride Series
Get up and go! Coca-Cola NZ launches Move60, an initiative to get Kiwi teens active
As promised in its recently announced commitment to help get Kiwi teens active, Coca-Cola New Zealand today will introduce Move60, an overarching initiative designed to motivate Kiwis to be active for 60 minutes a day. The Company has set its sights on inspiring 100,000 teens to get moving by 2020.
By Sports Media NZ
Firm grip on expansion
New Zealand's manufacturing sector remained in a firm grip of expansion as activity in the sector rose during November, according to the latest BNZ - BusinessNZ Performance of Manufacturing Index (PMI).
By Business NZ
Disney Channel captures the magic of young New Zealand soprano AUCKLAND
— It's official – Tayla Alexander's dreams are coming true. The young Auckland soprano has already achieved record-breaking milestones, all before reaching her 'teens'.
By Alexander Communications
Interactive Travel Agency Set to Change Retail Experience TARANAKI
— A new travel outlet which features international soundtracks, a client lounge and visual media to inspire Kiwis travel experiences could be rolled out nationwide if successful.
By Impact PR: Fleur Revell
Graduation marks student success at BOP Polytechnic BAY OF PLENTY
— There are many highlights throughout the academic year at Bay of Plenty Polytechnic but the biggest and most exciting of them all actually happens once the year is completed – Graduation.
By Bay of Plenty Polytechnic
Thursday, 12 December 2013
Wings for Life World Run / Races contested simultaneously on five continents...The world will run for those who can't
On May 4, 2014 one of the biggest and most unique running events ever staged will take place: the whole world will be the venue for the 'Wings for Life World Run.'
Everything will be different with the 'Wings for Life World Run': the race has no fixed distance and every runner around the world will start at precisely the same time.
By Red Bull New Zealand Ltd.
Abu Dhabi International gets stamp of approval
Commemorative postage stamp unveiled ahead of world’s most glamorous triathlon
The Abu Dhabi International Triathlon has been commemorated in a special postage stamp.
By IMG Consulting
Slingshot fined for "slamming" customers
Call Plus Services Limited, trading as Slingshot, has been fined $250,000 after pleading guilty in the Auckland District Court today to 50 charges it faced under the Fair Trading Act in relation to the marketing of its telecommunications services.
By Commerce Commission
Primal Earth wins best men's cleansing product and best men's shaving product at the Oh Natural Beauty Awards 2013
Primal Earth have come out on top at the Oh Natural Beauty Awards this year and have snapped up two wins for best men’s cleansing product and best men’s shaving product.
By Starseed PR
Local golf clubs raise over $3,300 for children's charity in inaugural New Zealand Open Day tournament QUEENSTOWN
— Over 786 keen golfers from Otago, Southland and Canterbury teed off to support the 2014 NZ Open and raise funds for a children’s golf charity at the inaugural New Zealand Open Day.
By Southern Public Relations
New Zealand Infant Formula Exporters Association : "How we manage incidents still needs fixing!"
While it is good news that the inquiry into the whey protein incident concludes there was no failure with New Zealand’s dairy regulatory system it simply confirms what we already knew, said Michael Barnett, chairman of the NZ Infant Formula Exporters Association.
By Auckland Chamber of Commerce
Commerce Commission welcomes judgment on merits of its input methodology determinations
The Commerce Commission today welcomed a High Court judgment in relation to challenges against its December 2010 input methodologies decisions.
By Commerce Commission
Xbox One Sells More Than 2 Million Units in the First 18 days; Sold Out at Most Major Retailers
Since its launch 18 days ago, Xbox One is proving to be the must-have gift this holiday season with more than 2 million consoles sold through to consumers worldwide, averaging over 111,111 units sold per day – a record-setting pace for Xbox.
By Pead PR
Merger announced between NZCU Baywide and Credit Union Bay Health
At a Special General Meeting of Credit Union Bay Health held on Monday night in Hastings, members voted resoundingly in favour to merge with NZCU Baywide.
50,000 visitors experience Quake City attraction CHRISTCHURCH
— Quake City has welcomed its 50,000th visitor this week. The visitor was warmly greeted by Quake City's Visitor Hosts and given a special gift to commemorate the occasion.
By Canterbury Museum
Fairway Bay at Gulf Harbour the place to buy
THOSE WHO want to enjoy a relaxed lifestyle but remain close to Auckland’s CBD should consider buying a property at the new Fairway Bay subdivision at Whangaparaoa’s Gulf Harbour, says Ray White Orewa real estate agent Nathan Gibbs.
By Media PA
Wednesday, 11 December 2013
Olympic gold and silver medalist, Simon Whitfield, to appear at Challenge St Andrews
Kingsbrae Garden Challenge St Andrews Triathlon festival announced today that Canada’s Olympic gold and silver medalist, Simon Whitfield, will appear at the inaugural event in St Andrews, New Brunswick.
By Challenge Family
Family of missing Australian appeal for public to come forward with information WAIKATO
— A worry, likely only appreciated by those who have faced similar situations,
is how the parents of a missing man describe their feelings today.
By New Zealand Police
New tool to help reduce Pacific drownings
WaterSafe Auckland has great pleasure in announcing the release of the Pacific water safety DVD "There Will Be Another Day", another tool in the campaign to prevent further unecessary drowning among our Pacific peoples.
By WaterSafe Auckland
All I want for Christmas is... nothing, say InterCity passengers
Media release: 11 December 2013
Stand down, Santa – greed is over and Christmas presents are so last year, according to the good folk who travel on InterCity Coachlines.
By InterCity Group