Thursday, 23 May 2013
Get the Right Fit for your Feet at Bayfair
It’s little wonder that the feet play such a vital part in our general health and wellbeing when they contain a quarter of the bones in the human body – and when it comes to shoes, getting the right fit is the first step in maintaining healthy feet.
Pure SEO - 'Need to Know' Workshop
Search engine optimisation (SEO), a long-time fixture in the daily operations of CIOs and IT managers, has finally broken through to New Zealand CEOs, who are embracing the business practice as the way forward for online promotion.
Tuesday, 14 May 2013
Probity Expands to Auckland to Meet Growing Demand
Smart Document Management System to Hit New Zealand Shores
DocRecord, a fully electronic advanced document and content management system that has proven a hit with companies in Europe, Canada and the United States, is set to hit the New Zealand market in early May, through a partnership with Konica Minolta.
Thursday, 9 May 2013
Burwood school students and teachers tuck in to enjoy a free lunch
A question posed to Facebook fans led to a competition giving local Christchurch schools the chance to win a free lunch for their entire school.
Monday, 6 May 2013
Geneva Finance Announces its 30 September 2013 Moratorium Repayment to Investors will be Paid Out on 8 May, Approximately Five Months Ahead of Schedule
NZAX-listed auto loan provider GFNZ Group Ltd (Geneva)announced that the moratorium repayment of $4.9 million due on 30 September, will be paid on the 8th May, twenty two weeks ahead of schedule.
Friday, 3 May 2013
Are you a funky Mama?
Wednesday, 24 April 2013
Winter Wardrobe Prowess at Bayfair
With the golden weather retreating from the bay’s golden beaches, questions of a sartorial nature are at the tip of the tongues of many women.
Thursday, 18 April 2013
Family given opportunity to put their feet up and relax after a trying end to 2012
In September 2012, nine-year-old Jacob Thurston woke up one night to find his duvet on fire.
Wednesday, 10 April 2013
Lunch is on The Palms when the school bell rings
The Palms Shopping Centre will be shouting a free lunch to one lucky school at the start of the second school term, as part of a community driven effort to boost the local happiness factor.
Tuesday, 2 April 2013
Te Puke Fire Brigade Steps up to the Challenge
The Te Puke Fire Brigade is stepping up to a tough challenge this year by taking part in the Sky Tower Firefighters Stair Climb.
Thursday, 14 March 2013
Bayfair Shoppers Catch the Travel Bug
The strong New Zealand dollar is fuelling the travel bug in the Bay of Plenty as residents take advantage of the exchange rate and head off to tropical locations.
Friday, 8 March 2013
Motocross goes to The Palms Shopping Centre for a non-stop adrenaline rush
The Palms Shopping Centre in Christchurch, New Zealand, provided entertainment to shoppers in a New Zealand first.
Wednesday, 6 March 2013
Shopping, tea and companionship
Not everyone can get to their local shopping centre alone.
Thursday, 28 February 2013
AIA Announces Another Record Set of Results 2012 Performance Shows Value of New Business Up 27 Per Cent
The Board of Directors of AIA Group Limited (stock code: 1299) is pleased to announce record results for the year ended 30 November 2012.
Tuesday, 26 February 2013
Geneva Finance Announces Its 31 March 2013 Moratorium Repayment to Investors Will be Paid Out on 28th February One Month Ahead of Schedule
NZAX-listed auto loan provider GFNZ Group Ltd (Geneva) announced that the moratorium repayment of $4.9 million due on 31 March, will be paid on the 28th February, four weeks ahead of schedule.
Monday, 18 February 2013
Twelve-Year-Old Auckland Singer Becomes Youngest New Zealander to Place on Kiwi Charts
A 12-year-old Auckland soprano is making musical history.
Friday, 15 February 2013
Girls' Night Out at the Movies - Hoyts Cinema at Botany Town Centre
Thursday, 7 February 2013
Christchurch community given the opportunity to point and shoot – their own prize that is...
AMP Capital Shopping Centres recently asked 236 respondents in Christchurch a broad range of questions to understand how they combine social media with their shopping experiences.
Tuesday, 5 February 2013
Auckland Welsh Choir Annual Tribute to St David, The Welsh Patron Saint, In Aid of Hospice North Shore
AUCKLAND WELSH CHOIR ANNUAL TRIBUTE TO ST DAVID,
THE WELSH PATRON SAINT, IN AID OF HOSPICE NORTH SHORE
Auckland Welsh Choir returns to St Joseph’s Church Takapuna for its annual celebration in tribute to St David, the patron saint of Wales.
Botany shoppers given the opportunity to point and shoot – their own prize that is...
AMP Capital Shopping Centres recently asked 257 respondents in East Auckland a broad range of questions to understand how they combine social media with their shopping experiences.
Thursday, 17 January 2013
New Zealand Schools Answer Call to Help Indonesian Children by Recycling Books
Schools in Auckland and Dunedin have answered an appeal from Cottonsoft to recycle books they no longer need by donating them to learning centres in Indonesia as part of the Cottonsoft Books for Change campaign.
Tuesday, 18 December 2012
Sea Serpent Captures Local Children's Imaginations at Bayfair
The tide is coming in at Bayfair Shopping Centre with the installation of a new dedicated children’s play area.
Bayfair Shopping Centre Gifts Stress Free Shopping this Holiday Season
To help shoppers over the Christmas finish line, Bayfair Shopping Centre is taking the wheel and putting the brakes on one of the holiday seasons major stressors; car parking.
The Palms Shopper Wins with a Swift Cup of Coffee
A regular visit for lunch at Robert Harris Café at The Palms has seen one lucky customer drive away with more than a cup of coffee this week.
Thursday, 13 December 2012
Javan Rhino Conservation Partnership Continues for Second Year
Ujung Kulon National Park (TNUK) Says Juvenile Rhino Sightings are Good Indicator
A unique public-private partnership to conserve the highly endangered Javan rhino will continue for the second year following a signing ceremony in Jakarta.
Wednesday, 12 December 2012
Southland Charities Benefit From $168,000 Guardian Trust Distribution
Southland community organisations continue to benefit from the generosity of a South Island couple, 27 years after a charitable trust was set up in their names.
Guardian Trust Gifts $30,000 to Winner of 2013 Olivia Spencer Bower Foundation Art Award
Sculptural painter and video artist Miranda Parkes is the 2013 recipient of the Olivia Spencer Bower Foundation Art Award, which is bestowed each year on an emerging painter or sculptor with significant potential.
Santa Sets Up at Botany Town Centre to Reward Good Deeds
This holiday season, Botany Town Centre gave local children the opportunity to get on Santa’s ‘nice list’ to spread good cheer and receive an invite to a V.I.C (Very Important Child) party.
Monday, 10 December 2012
Botany Town Centre Embraces 'Staycation' Trend with Ultimate Kiwi Getaway Competition
Botany Town Centre, in conjunction with SeaLink, are embracing the staycation trend by offering a deserving local family an Ultimate Kiwi family getaway to an island location accessible from Botany’s back yard.