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Smith City

This ad may just send you to sleep. Sleepyhead Matrix Beds are half price. Shop now

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4 days ago

Who needs a plant doctor?

Mikaela Wilkes Reporter from Homed

UPDATE: Thank you for all your questions. We're picking the best to send off to the houseplant doctor from Kings Plant Barn and the answers will be published in an article on Homed soon.

Are your houseplants looking worse for wear? The experts at Kings Plant Barn would love to help. Send us your houseplant questions and problems to homed@stuff.co.nz, or leave them in the comments, for the houseplant doctor to diagnose. Pictures are encouraged.

10 hours ago

Setting up an Online Business

Alister from Dream Big New Zealand

Want to work from home in your spare time? Then network marketing may be the business you're looking for. For a ready-to-go opportunity visit www.DreamBigNewZealand.co.nz... 🌈

Article snippet "Fortune magazine called direct selling (of which network marketing is the largest segment) "the best kept secret in the business world." It has experienced 91-percent growth in the last 10 years with annual sales in excess of $100 billion worldwide.

Financial experts say it's a "recession proof" industry. Billionaire Warren Buffet after purchasing a network marketing company, called it the best investment he'd ever made. Tom Peters, author of 'In Search of Excellence' calls it the first truly revolutionary shift in marketing in the last 50 years."..

1 day ago

Aurora Energy announces price hike for all Otago customers, highest in Central Otago and Wānaka

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from Otago News

Aurora Energy’s customers in Central Otago and Wānaka will face significantly higher line charge increases than their Dunedin counterparts.

For a standard residential household, the lines component of monthly power bills will rise by $4.94 in Dunedin from April 1, a company statement said. They will go up by $9.19 in Central Otago and Wānaka, and by $6.20 in Queenstown.

The higher prices in Central Otago and Wānaka reflect the higher cost per customer of supplying power to parts of the network with fewer people but with many infrastructure assets, the company says.