Founders Heritage Park
Sunday, 13 November
Over 100 stands with edibles, ornamentals,heritage and unusual plants, plus gardening products, services and inspiration.
MW Cleaning have won the “Excellence in Sustainability” Award at the recent Westpac Business Excellence Awards. Anne Quaid, Director of MW Cleaning says “We are very excited about the award. It’s the culmination of 2 years of hard work.” Anne and Bob, a husband and wife team based in Auckland, are deeply concerned about the […]
04 November 2011 AirNZWineAwards »83 gold medals awarded at 2011 Air New Zealand Wine Awards »Pinot Noir scoops 20% of all gold medals awarded »77% of gold medals awarded to sustainable wines 83 gold medals have been awarded at this year’s Air New Zealand Wine Awards – 77% of which were awarded to sustainable wines. […]
A trail-blazing boutique tour company has won a prestigious International Best of Wine Tourism Award for its work showcasing Central Otago wines. Appellation Central Wine Tours, which was set up in 1999 when wine making in Central Otago was still in its infancy, has won the award for Wine Tourism Services in the Great Wine […]
“AgroFair is the pioneer in sustainable fresh produce and fruit ingredients. Since the introduction of the first Fairtrade banana in 1996 we have developed into a producer-owned provider of sustainable fruit to leading supermarkets and food businesses in Europe. Currently we can offer a complete fruit basket of sustainable produce. All our fruit is minimum […]
The finalists in the third annual Sustainable 60 Awards have been decided, with Auckland Airport in the running for six awards. The company is closely followed by Beca, up for five awards, and Anguillid Consulting, Soar Printing and BNZ, in the running for four awards each. The categories are strategy and governance, marketplace, workplace, environment […]
Steffan Browning: Organic wine growing in Marlborough is reducing significantly the amount of dangerous pesticides used in the region. With 1400 hectares either BioGro certified organic or in conversion, that equates to a full 1000 hectares of land no longer herbicide sprayed.
Last year more than 1000 volunteers collected 10.4 tonnes of rubbish from 50 beaches between Marahau and Cable Bay totalling about 293km of coastline.
This year’s Big Beach Clean-up happens on the 19 November from 10.00 am to 3.00 pm. And already a range of groups, many involved with last year’s event, have signed up to take part in the community spring-clean.