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New World commits to matching Countdown’s bag-free pledge

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  • October 10, 2017
  • Sarah Dunn
New World commits to matching Countdown’s bag-free pledge

Foodstuffs initially saw a positive response to its online BagVote campaign, which asked consumers whether its New World supermarkets should introduce a charge on single-use plastic bags. However, things quickly went sour when Progressive one-upped it by announcing it will phase these out from its Countdown stores and online shopping by the end of 2018. Now, New World has fired back with a commitment to do the same.

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Another apparel retailer down: Kimberlys is in receivership

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  • October 10, 2017
  • Sarah Dunn
Another apparel retailer down: Kimberlys is in receivership

Nine-store womenswear retailer Kimberlys has a long history in New Zealand town centres as a stockist of local labels and later, knitwear manufacturing, but it’s been placed into receivership this month. The stores will continue to trade while the receivers work to assess Kimberlys’ options.

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Meet the newest ethical label: HIH

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  • October 9, 2017
  • Courtney Devereux
Meet the newest ethical label: HIH

Dan Buckley, founder of Huffer, has transferred his streetwear knowledge into two separate labels, Thing Thing and now the newest ethical line HIH. We spoke to Buckley about his thoughts on the new business.

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Hamilton calls for Amazon

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  • October 6, 2017
Hamilton calls for Amazon

Hamilton has made a bold move and has publicly expressed its interest in being the first location for an Amazon New Zealand headquarters.

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Auckland designer launches a colourful couture collection

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  • October 5, 2017
  • Sarah Dunn
Auckland designer launches a colourful couture collection

Melbourne-based Kiwi Karishma Kasabia has just launched the first collection from her label Khòlò. It features a partnership with Italian-born artist Carmelo Blandino, in which his artwork is brought to life on clothing using 3D sequin and beaded embellishments. Kasabia shared some of the inspiration behind her brand with us.

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