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New World swaps Little Shop for Little Garden

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  • September 13, 2016
  • Holly Bagge
New World swaps Little Shop for Little Garden

New World has released its latest collectible miniatures, but this time it’s not tiny plastic Nutri-Grain packets, cooking oil or Super Wine biscuits. Instead, it’s taken a more sustainable turn and has launched Little Garden, enabling kids to collect miniature seedling kits.

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Is Christmas in New Zealand getting too commercial for Kiwis?

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  • December 9, 2015
  • Elly Strang
Is Christmas in New Zealand getting too commercial for Kiwis?

A Colmar Brunton survey has found nearly two thirds of Kiwis (59 percent) think Christmas is too commercial. Meanwhile, 41 percent think the Christmas spirit is alive and well in New Zealand. We explore whether companies aren’t engaging customers at this time of year because they’re too focused on sales.

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Sharing is caring: retailers cash in on empty parks with Parkable

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  • November 19, 2015
  • Erin McKenzie
Sharing is caring: retailers cash in on empty parks with Parkable
Image credit: Rupal Hira

With around 90,000 workers in Auckland's CBD - and that's not including students or shoppers - the struggle to find a park is real. The city is chocker with congestion and competition is fierce between parking buildings that are equally as expensive as one another. However, a new smartphone app is allowing businesses like New World Victoria Park to rent out spare car parks for under half the price.

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