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New Sales and Marketing Manager at Laser Plus

Thursday, 20 February 2003, 11:31 am | released via Porter Novelli

Bruce Koefoed has been appointed Sales and Marketing Manager of Laser Plus Ltd, a New Zealand owned and operated information technology reseller specialising in digital print solutions. Laser Plus are based in Albany, Auckland. More >>

Forget M.I.L.K -"Moments" Art Now in Viaduct

Tuesday, 18 February 2003, 1:37 pm | released via Porter Novelli

"Moments at the America's Cup" is a visual arts programme, organised by America's Cup 2003 sponsor Cialis, designed to bring to life the unique setting and excitement of one of the world's premier events through the creativity of local New ... More >>

Top companies hold key to success

Monday, 9 December 2002, 10:00 am | released via Porter Novelli

New Zealand’s top companies earn the respect of Kiwi consumers by delivering quality, building relationships and being good employers, a new study reveals. More >>

Meadow Lea Hi-Omega Keeps Your "Engine In Tune"

Friday, 6 December 2002, 3:00 pm | released via Porter Novelli

Foods that don't just taste great but are good for you too are very much derigueur these days. More >>

Air New Zealand MVP For NPC Unions

Friday, 25 October 2002, 5:17 pm | released via Porter Novelli

It's not often after a major rugby competition that the competing unions look off the field for their MVPs (Most Valuable Players). More >>

Top British Conductor To Join Dame Kiri In Concert

Friday, 18 October 2002, 9:33 am | released via Porter Novelli

TOP BRITISH CONDUCTOR TO JOIN DAME KIRI TE KANAWA, TIM FINN & SIR EDMUND HILLARY IN UNIQUE CONCERT More >>

77 Kiwi Youths Semi-Finalists In Big Break

Wednesday, 4 September 2002, 9:50 am | released via Porter Novelli

After a nerve-racking wait 77 young New Zealanders have been announced as semi-finalists in the NESCAFÉ Big Break competition. Nescafé Big Break is for any young person with a great idea that needs a cash start to realise their dream. More >>

Save our Sight Say Optometrists

Tuesday, 3 September 2002, 1:25 pm | released via Porter Novelli

At least 20 percent of New Zealanders could have been saved from blindness if they had had their eyes checked early enough. More >>

First Breast Cancer Research Grant Recipient

Monday, 5 August 2002, 3:19 pm | released via Porter Novelli

Canterbury's Associate Professor Bridget Robinson is the recipient of the first grant from The ASB New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation Research Fund. More >>

Call For Urgent Review Of Future Rail Viability

Tuesday, 23 July 2002, 11:25 am | released via Porter Novelli

Some of New Zealand’s largest exporters have formed an action group to participate in the major public policy debate that has developed on the future of rail services in New Zealand. More >>

Plea For Access To A Leukaemia Drug

Monday, 1 July 2002, 11:06 am | released via Porter Novelli

One doctor has said funding Glivec only for late stage CML is like a fireman refusing to turn his hose on until the house has nearly burnt down. More >>

Local Farmers Work Hard Play Hard

Wednesday, 19 June 2002, 9:58 am | released via Porter Novelli

The Elders will be kicking off their boots and grabbing their camera for a birds eye view of Southern New Zealand thanks to Wrightson and Ballance Agri-Nutrients. More >>

Kiwi Kids - One Month To Produce The Write Stuff

Thursday, 13 June 2002, 10:02 am | released via Porter Novelli

Young students around the country are busy putting pen to paper as the 2002 Nestlé Write Around New Zealand: Nestlé Tuhi Amio Whenua competition deadline draws nearer. More >>

Images: Love In An Elevator Competition

Thursday, 30 May 2002, 3:42 pm | released via Porter Novelli

Rob Moule (20) and Vijay Patel (19), Auckland University engineering students, snapped during the 'Love in an Elevator' promotion in which pairs had to swap clothes before reaching level 5. More >>

Image: Erika Takacs Launches Nescafe Big Break

Thursday, 30 May 2002, 2:41 pm | released via Porter Novelli

Television producer / presenter, Erika Takacs, signs her name on the Nescafé Big Break 'Do what you want with your life' billboard located on Beach Road in central Auckland as part of the official launch of the annual trans-Tasman programme. More >>

Finalist Schools Set Great Example For Others

Monday, 27 May 2002, 4:25 pm | released via Porter Novelli

This year's finalists for the 2001 Goodman Fielder School of the Year Awards reached a particularly high standard, proving themselves leaders in excellence and innovation, according to the Awards' Judging Panel. More >>

Paul Newman Donates $200,000 to NZ Charities

Monday, 27 May 2002, 9:47 am | released via Porter Novelli

Twenty-three community-based New Zealand charities are today celebrating the continued generosity of legendary actor, entrepreneur and philanthropist, Paul Newman. More >>

Porter Novelli Restructures NZ Board

Tuesday, 21 May 2002, 5:19 pm | released via Porter Novelli

New Zealand’s largest public relations company, Porter Novelli New Zealand Ltd, has announced a restructuring of its board to give greater involvement of its senior local executives. More >>

New Approach Rewarded

Monday, 25 March 2002, 4:30 pm | released via Porter Novelli

The entrepreneurial attitude of Fernridge Institute of Training's managing director, John Fraser, has been recognised this month by winning the prestigious Forestry Industry Young Leader of the Year Award at the Forestry Industry Conference. More >>

Agri Scientists Provide Global Perspective

Wednesday, 13 March 2002, 9:12 am | released via Porter Novelli

Agricultural scientists from the world’s largest producer of fertiliser warn of the increasing pressures on farmers globally to intensify production whilst reducing environmental impacts, following a visit to New Zealand recently. More >>

   

 
 
 
 
 

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