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Warehouse Group ditches single-use plastic bags

2018-05-17 nzherald.co.nz
The Warehouse Group is set to ditch all single-use plastic checkout bags and replace them with fully compostable bags.

 
NZX 50 charts record highs, led by Ryman, F&P Healthcare

2018-05-11 nzherald.co.nz
New Zealand's benchmark stock index rose to a fresh record, led by retirement village operator Ryman Healthcare and Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Corp, while Pushpay fell.

 
Retail magnates the Normans increase stake in 'bland' underperforming The Warehouse

2018-05-11 nzherald.co.nz
James Pascoe Group owners Anne and David Norman have lifted their stake in The Warehouse but analysts say it does not signal a takeover attempt - at least not yet.

 
Warehouse Group lifts third-quarter sales 2.6%

2018-05-10 nzherald.co.nz
Warehouse Group's third-quarter sales advanced 2.6 per cent as its Noel Leeming appliance and technology chain outperformed its other businesses.

 
Commerce Commission takes Noel Leeming to court for allegedly misleading consumers

2018-04-27 nbr.co.nz
RELATED AUDIO: Consumer CEO Sue Chetwin on extended warranties — are they worth it? (Mar, 2016)

 
Noel Leeming stores accused of misleading customers

2018-04-27 radionz.co.nz
Electronic goods retailer Noel Leeming has been charged with misleading customers at eight of its stores.

 
Noel Leeming charged by ComCom over misleading consumers

2018-04-27 nzherald.co.nz
"We're disappointed by the Commission's enforcement decision which came without the opportunity to investigate or discuss the complaints," a spokesperson for Noel Leeming said. "We take our compliance responsibilities seriously and we want to do the right thing by our customers. "As the matter is before the Court, we won't be making further comments."

 
Ethical fashion ranking: How New Zealand's largest retailers and brands fare

2018-04-17 nzherald.co.nz
An advocate for ethical fashion retail says top brands are not doing enough to protect workers in their international supply chains despite attempts being made.

 
The rise of the cowboy toy importer: Do New Zealand's regulatory standards need a revamp?

2018-04-06 nzherald.co.nz
Unsafe toys are being sold through discount stores, weekend market stalls and cowboy online sellers, putting young children at risk, says the head of New Zealand's largest toy distributor.

 
Jobs saved as plans to close Kaikohe Warehouse shelved

2018-04-05 radionz.co.nz
The Warehouse has backtracked on plans to close its Kaikohe store in Northland at the end of June, saving 33 permanent jobs.

 
Jobs saved as plans to close Kaikohe Warehouse shelved

2018-04-04 radionz.co.nz
The Warehouse has backtracked on plans to close its Kaikohe store in Northland at the end of June, saving 33 permanent jobs.

 
Dozens of jobs to go as Kaikohe Warehouse closes

2018-04-04 radionz.co.nz
The Warehouse says it's closing its Kaikohe store in Northland at the end of June, with 33 permanent jobs to go.

 
Shane Jones lashes out at 'anti-Kiwi companies' shunning Northland

2018-04-04 nzherald.co.nz
"Anti-Kiwi" NZX companies are shunning Northland, according to Regional Development Minister Shane Jones, who says he's "had a gutsful" of businesses pulling out of places like Kaikohe.

 
The Warehouse to shut in Kaikohe by June: Shane Jones 'genuinely surprised'

2018-04-04 nzherald.co.nz
National retailer The Warehouse told staff yesterday it was shutting its Kaikohe store because it has been unable to negotiate an extension of its lease on the premises and a union says 60 jobs will be lost.

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Controversial data firm Cambridge Analytica linked with The Warehouse

2018-03-21 nzherald.co.nz
The Warehouse Group has confirmed it has links with the data firm at the centre of an international scandal involving the misuse of Facebook users' personal information.

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