29 days ago

Sustainable shopping for every whānau

The Warehouse

A more sustainable Aotearoa begins with the choices each Kiwi makes, and our customers have asked us to help them make those choices easier when they’re shopping for their families.

At The Warehouse, you’ll find an ever-growing range of products that are kinder to our planet.

Right now we’re at 8,000 and counting – and with 5,000 of them available for just $20 or less, sustainable is more affordable than ever.
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1 day ago

A new way to live

Ryman Healthcare Limited

It’s a time for fine-tuning your skills and pushing the boundaries, catching up with your mates and heading off on new adventures at the drop of a hat! No, we’re not talking about your 20s, we’re talking about your retirement.

Ross’ retirement saw the beginning of his musical journey where his passion quickly evolved from making music, to crafting guitars. It all started when Ross and some mates joined a music group where the camaraderie and togetherness were just as important as the music.

Living in a Ryman village, Ross can continue living life to the full in his retirement because they are places where you don’t retire from life, you find a new way to live .
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3 days ago

Hotelliers plea for Queenstown to drop 'boom times bed tax experiment'

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from Otago News

A bed tax proposal should be immediately and permanently abandoned, say Queenstown and Wānaka hoteliers.

“It is almost beyond belief that bed tax is being worked on while we all fight for recovery from the worst trading conditions in living memory,” said Hotel Council Aotearoa strategic director James Doolan.

He told Queenstown Lakes District Councillors to shelve “the boom times bed tax experiment”, at a hearing on Monday.

Read more here and tell us what you think about the proposed bed tax in the comments below. Do you think it will help or hinder the region?

3 days ago

Hotelliers plea for Queenstown to drop 'boom times bed tax experiment'

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from Otago News

A bed tax proposal should be immediately and permanently abandoned, say Queenstown and Wānaka hoteliers.

“It is almost beyond belief that bed tax is being worked on while we all fight for recovery from the worst trading conditions in living memory,” said Hotel Council Aotearoa strategic director James Doolan.

He told Queenstown Lakes District Councillors to shelve “the boom times bed tax experiment”, at a hearing on Monday.

Read more here and tell us what you think about the proposed bed tax in the comments below. Do you think it will help or hinder the region?