49 days ago

BUSY FRANCHISE BUSINESS FOR SALE IN WHANGANUI!

Exceed - we fix windows and doors

Join the largest franchise group providing window & door maintenance services to homes throughout New Zealand.

WHEN YOU JOIN EXCEED YOU WILL BE PART OF A MULTI AWARD WINNING SYSTEM. YOU WILL RECEIVE:

- An opportunity to earn well above the average with the benefit of owning your own business
- A large database of repeat customers
- Exclusive territory with established customers
- Online & traditional marketing support
- Steady customer enquiry but room to grow and make your own mark
- Hand over and training from existing owner
- Full accounting support and know-how

This Exceed Franchise in Whanganui will provide both lifestyle and a solid return for the right franchisee!

For more information about this exciting opportunity visit:
www.exceed.co.nz...

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Is New Regent St really NZ's most beautiful street?

Lorna Thornber Reporter from Stuff Travel

Hi everyone,
We're looking into how some common claims about NZ stack up and would be interested in your thoughts on whether New Regent Street in Christchurch deserves its title of 'NZ's most beautiful street'. Do you think it is the best-looking street in the country? Or is there another street you think is more beautiful? Please put 'NFP' (not for publication) in your comment if you do not want it included in an article. Thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts.

9 hours ago

Commonsense legal solutions

Evans Henderson

The Partners of Evans Henderson Woodbridge welcome Cindy Cotter to the team. Cindy has a wealth of experience in Conveyancing, family and commercial matters and has a particular interest in Trusts and Elder Law.

For your Commonsense legal solutions call Cindy on:
Phone: +64 6 327 7159
Email: cindy@ehw.co.nz
Find out more

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1 day ago

Go behind-the-scenes in Stuff's newsroom

Angela Quigan Reporter from Stuff

Hi neighbours,

Ever wondered why we cover the stories that we do? Or what our policy is on swear words on Stuff? What about why the homepage greets you with 'Kia ora, Aotearoa!' and not 'Hello, New Zealand!' ?

The Backstory is an occasional email newsletter giving you behind-the-scenes insight into stories and newsroom decisions, from Stuff Editor Patrick Crewdson. It's sent every one to two weeks and it's free!

Sign up here.

If there's an element of Stuff's operations you'd like the inside scoop on, email Patrick with suggestions here.

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