Factory farms do terrible things to chickens. So do chefs, but crucially, in the latter case, the chickens are dead. When the brood of former battery hens I rescued earlier this year were delivered, they looked fully oven-ready – featherless, and so low in energy
Plastic bag waste has been a hot topic in New Zealand this year, with the Government recently investing more than $1 million towards recycling them with big name retailers like Countdown and New World. Now, a company called The Green Collective wants to take plastic
Rachel Hansen and her husband Leif launched their ecommerce site Freedom Kids last Monday to help children break free from heavily-gendered clothing. Everything on the site is made under ethical manufacturing conditions, and targeted at both girls and boys – including the dresses.
Good news for the capital: vacancies are falling and bulk retail is expanding within Wellington’s retail sector. The CBD’s vacancy rate has hit 7.7 percent, a drop of 230 points from 2014.
In my family, Guy Fawkes competes with Christmas as the biggest retail event of the year. My younger brother saves up hundreds of dollars during the preceding months so that he can defensively stock up on sparklers, fountains, spinning wheels, roman candles and various other
Neiman Marcus is famed for its outlandish Christmas gifts which can only be afforded by the highest-earning ‘one percent’, and this year’s haul is no different. It includes motorcycles built and designed by Keanu Reeves, ‘Neiman Marcus Mustangs’, expensive holidays and balloon rides.
The Shop in Milford opened as Zara’s only Kiwi stockist, but after operating for less than a fortnight, it mysteriously closed and has now reopened without the Zara brand. Instead, it stocks Massimo Dutti, Miss Sixty and Stitch Ministry.