We’re stoked to share the love with our Canterbury rugby fans during the Mitre 10 Cup rugby season. AMI has 200 double passes to give away to the Canterbury vs Tasman game on 18 August, so you and a friend could be joining us there. It’s a freebie on us, our way of saying thanks for being the best Canterbury supporters! First in, first served, simply RSVP by clicking here.
Is your water tastes the same before chlorination? Our water from our tap tastes almost unbearable. It never tastes the same after chlorination introduced. Do you notice the difference? Or its just ours. Can I please hear your thoughts about your tap water?
Looking forward to hearing from you soon. Thanks
Coronavirus cases highly likely to arrive in NZ , health officials say as they seek extra quarantine powers
There is a high chance that the deadly coronavirus will make it to New Zealand, health officials say, but that doesn't mean you should panic.
Director-General of Health Dr Ashley BloomfieldBloomfield said cases in New Zealand of the new outbreak, which has killed 56 people and infected thousands overseas, were likely.
Hospitals ICU units were already stepping up in preparation for the possibility of severely ill people with the virus. This was because while the virus was unlikely to kill anyone in New Zealand, figures out of China show about one-in-five people who were infected became severely ill.
Read more about coronavirus and New Zealand's response here
Sandy Urwin wanted to expand the retail offering within her small business Animal Natural Health Centre.
She considered raising funds by selling a stake to an investor but didn’t want to compromise on quality or her vision for the business. She decided to partner with Prospa to achieve her dreams.
A small business loan helped Sandy increase the variety and volume of stock available for customers – ultimately boosting monthly turnover.