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Loaf launches range of Mini Bites

Loaf launches range of Mini Bites

Small is good! Loaf Handcrafted Breads knows this.

Float plane plan for Queenstown

Pilot Brent Collins has lodged plans with Lakes Environmental that could result in a thoroughly refurbished 1950s era, seven-seater (plus pilot) De Havilland Beaver and a modern Cessna float plane offering flightseeing and transfers on Lakes Wakatipu, Wanaka and Hawea by summers' end.

Stoneleigh unveils new Stoneleigh Latitude wines

Stoneleigh unveils new Stoneleigh Latitude wines

Stoneleigh unveils a new addition to its range of Marlborough wines, with the release of Stoneleigh Latitude, heralding from Marlborough's 'Golden Mile'.

Queenstown youth centre to become 'The Youth Booth'

Queenstown's X-it Youth Centre is to be rebranded "The Youth Booth," after consultation with local youth following a merger of the town's two youth trusts.

Capital's second waka arriving

The second waka to be housed in the wharewaka Te Raukura on the Wellington waterfront will be launched early tomorrow (Friday 16 July at 7.30am).

Ford unveils new FG Falcon MkII

15 September, 2011 - Ford today unveiled the new FG Falcon MkII range in Melbourne, featuring the latest smart technologies, an enhanced safety package, new exterior design appointments, improved vehicle refinement and the first global application of EcoBoost engine technology in a rear-wheel dri

Qantas trials in-flight tablets

Sydney - In a world first, Qantas will next month trial the very latest technology in in-flight entertainment (IFE) on board a domestic aircraft.

Emirates boosts Mauritius links

In an important move to support the growing number of tourists to Mauritius, Emirates airline will introduce two additional flights between Dubai and the "Paradise Island", boosting the service to 11 weekly flights.

Waikato sees spike in international holiday enquiries

New Zealand's largest travel retailer, Flight Centre, has noticed a spike in international holiday enquiries in the Waikato region as rugby fever hits New Zealand.

Open offices lead to territorial behaviour

Open office design leads to territorial behaviour Research has found that some open office layouts designed to enhance creativity may lead to subversive practices as employees seek to stake their territory in various ways.