A Kensington Thai restaurant has been selected as one of the top five in New Zealand by Thailand's Prime Minster.
A chunk of Northland's photographic history has been sold to an American photo archive.
The lifestyle block is becoming as popular in New Zealand as the quarter-acre dream.
Northland retailers are still struggling through a tight economic climate, despite a lift in national consumer spending.Join the conversation
A mortgagee auction of part of the property empire amassed by the colourful publican Zita Cameron saw a house go for $65,000 and a Whangaroa motel for $420,000.Join the conversation
About 1000 South Island meat farmers met in Gore last month to discuss the real problems the industry is facing around farming profitabily and sustainabily.Join the conversation
Northern Advocate reporter Kristin Edge is on a month-long trip in South Korea as part of a Rotary GSE team She is posting regular reports from her overseas adventure.
A former mental health patient, who was denied the right to smoke, believes allowing addicted patients to smoke has far more positives than negatives. A judicial review of a smoking ban in an acute mental health facility is set to begin in the High Court at Auckland this morning. The lead applicant in the review believes the ban is in breach of the Human Rights Act, saying those in the ward are being detained and due to the ban they are forced to stop smoking. She says going through addiction withdrawal has similar symptoms to mania and when they get assessed, doctors could think patients are…
Looking for a new secret weapon for your small business? Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software could be the answer. It helps you: Win new clients or contracts Understand your customer Retain customers by giving them a better experience Decrease duplication and costly customer management. Imagine if every... More
Your phone has been for a swim. Your business contact information or vital sketches were on it and now it refuses to start. Owners carry their business lives around on their mobile phones and tablets. If the phone was lost or broken it would be at the very least a huge nuisance. At worst important business data could be lost. When it... More
Small businesses sometimes pay hundreds of dollars a month more than necessary for their telephony - thanks to inertia. Many have a mish-mash of telephony services. It's not uncommon for small businesses to cut costs significantly following a telecommunications health check, says Kelly Blomfield, business account manager at Telecom Hub... More
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