A boost in sales for Mount Brewing Co.

A win for a Mount Maunganui brewery has seen their cider sales skyrocket. Mount Brewing Co’s Dark ‘n Stormy Cider was named in the Top 30... Read More

Youth ready employer programme launched

A programme for employers to help them engage effectively with younger employees was launched today by Minister of Employment Willie Jackson. The Youth... Read More

Popular Te Puna business closes following fire

A popular furniture and homeware business at the Clarke Road Village in Te Puna has had to close its doors until further notice due to fire damage in... Read More

What‘s on - dirt racing, greyhounds and comedy

Kia ora and welcome to Sunday. He maha nga huihuinga e tupu ana i tenei ra. Me harikoa ki to whanau me o hoa. We are expecting a fine day today, with... Read More

Women dominate young grower competition

For the first time in its 14-year history, more women than men have entered the annual Bay of Plenty Young Grower of the Year competition. The five... Read More

What‘s on - snooker, A&P show, beach volleyball

Kia ora and welcome to Saturday. He ua matou i te po whakamutunga. He pai mo te kari. Some cloudy periods with a chance of a shower are expected today.... Read More

Changing habits to reduce environmental impacts

More consumers are changing the way they shop in an effort to reduce environmental impacts, Consumer NZ’s latest survey has found. Consumer NZ... Read More

Zespri reveals bold new brand identity

Zespri, the world’s leading marketer of kiwifruit, has unveiled its first new look in its 22-year history, with a refreshed brand providing a strong... Read More

What‘s on - cricket, soccer and A&P show

Kia ora and welcome to Sunday. Kia mahara ki te inu wai i tenei ra. There’s a fine hot day with brisk westerlies ahead. Remember to keep well-hydrated. It’s... Read More

NZ to strengthen relationship with UK after Brexit

As the United Kingdom leaves the European Union on January 31, Foreign Minister Winston Peters has signalled that New Zealand will look to build... Read More

What‘s on - saving penguins, roller disco, pooches

Kia ora and welcome to Saturday. Ka waiho hei ra wera i te kokoru. Temperatures are expected to soar today, so make sure you keep well-hydrated. It’s... Read More

Time up for Don and sons

The Stewart men will close the doors to their business in late March. And for the first time in 60-odd years no one will be back the next day to reopen... Read More

Great steel behemoth at top of town

In just 15 months it has gone from a concept to a big hole in the ground, and now a steel skeleton is rising well above the fence line. The new Farmers... Read More

Creating inclusive cities among top challenges

New Zealand needs to up its game on building inclusive cities that reflect our increasingly diverse communities, claims the New Zealand Planning Institute.... Read More

Government charters Air NZ flight to Wuhan

The government has agreed with Air New Zealand to charter an aircraft to assist New Zealanders leaving Wuhan, Foreign Minister Winston Peters has announced.... Read More