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Remuera Celebrates Its Heritage

This week we were happy to be in Remuera, upgrading their temporary heritage panels to new, long-life panels.  These panels have an expected lifespan of 25+ years. A stylised QR Code on each panel delivers the audience to supporting pages on www.remuera.org.nz


The heritage panels are an initiative of the Remuera Business Association and are supported by Auckland Council's Orakei Local Board.


BNZ Marketview April 2017


  • The growth rate for New Zealanders’ total online retail spending eased in April, but was still up 9% compared to last year.
  • Purchases from offshore online retailers were up 13% on April last year.
  • Spending at local online retailers was up 6% on April last year - the lowest annual growth rate since late 2015.

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BNZ Marketview March 2017


  • March continued 2017's upward trend for online sales, with Kiwi's spending 17% more online than they did last year.
  • Purchases from offshore online retailers pushed through the 20% mark for the second time over the past 12 months.
  • Spending at local online retailers was up 12% on March last year, with food categories and Department/Variety stores again experiencing strong growth.



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BNZ Marketview February 2017



  • Total online retail spending by New Zealanders in February was up 14% compared to the previous February. This is a solid performance, especially when considering that last year was a leap year. (An extra days shopping in February can boost the month's spending by more than 3%, depending on factors such as the day of the week the extra day falls on)
  • Purchases from offshore online retailers in February were up 16% on February 2016. Key trends were similar to January, with Clothing and Computer stores again responsible for approximately half of the year-on-year increase. Pharmacy and Cosmetic purchases from offshore sites also saw strong growth, up more than 40%.


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