Shop Kaikoura extends a helping hand to quake-hit retailers

  • News
  • December 5, 2016
  • Sarah Dunn
Shop Kaikoura extends a helping hand to quake-hit retailers

Dunedin tech executive Ina Kinski has summoned much-needed cashflow for Kaikoura retailers by creating a slick online platform which makes it easy for Kiwis to access Kaikoura’s shops. She wants the site to raise awareness that Kaikoura is open for business.

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Two Lippy Ladies want to change how curvy women dress

  • News
  • June 23, 2016
  • Jenny Keown
Two Lippy Ladies want to change how curvy women dress
Images: Michael Schultz

Natalie O’Donnell and Karla Lewis launched Napier-based vintage and rockabilly clothing label Two Lippy Ladies in January last year. The founders, both lovers of the 1950s aesthetic, walk the talk and have heaps of fun, yet they are also on a serious mission.

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Gore: The little town that could

  • News
  • June 3, 2016
  • Elly Strang
Gore: The little town that could
Image: GoRetail

Gore has put significant effort into reversing the troubling decline in retail spending that's recently hit provincial towns around New Zealand. Find out how they did it.

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Why New Zealand's regions are more than just one-trick ponies

  • Opinion
  • March 29, 2016
  • Benje Patterson
Why New Zealand's regions are more than just one-trick ponies

There has been a lot of talk about how the economies of provincial New Zealand are performing, with most of it centred on the doom and gloom of dairying. Infometrics senior economist Benje Patterson shares the latest results from Infometrics' Quarterly Economic Monitor and notes that while there's challenges in the regions, the results show they're far from one-trick ponies.

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