Taupō based regenerative worm farm MyNoke, largest in the world
Founded In 2007 with 20 buckets of compost worms, the world's largest worm farming operation in Taupō has now turned those 20 buckets into three billion.Read more
Celebrating ten seasons of fishing and adventure
Presenters Scott Parry and Mig Rumney return to the screen with another season of high energy entertainment as they adventure around New Zealand.
Accredited Employer Work Visa
The Government has announced a new faster timeline for reopening the border and reconnecting New Zealand with the world, and the border will be fully reopened by the end of July – three months earlier than planned.
Hamilton technology services firm Dynamo6 celebrates 10 years in business
The company announces plans for growth, doubling the size of its team, looking into overseas expansion, and moving into a new custom-designed space in Hamilton.
Dreamview Creamery drives sustainable change with reusable milk bottles
Local Dreamview Creamery has made their mark in the Raglan community by providing locally produced dairy products in reusable glass bottles.
Raglan entrepreneur's journey bringing handwoven bags from Myanmar to New Zealand
Raglan based Nicola Todd founded Zay Bag’s in 2020 to bring sustainable bags, handwoven in the hot and colorful city of Mandalay, Myanmar to New Zealand stores.
Te Waka Quarterly Update April-June 2022
It has been a busy and productive three months at Te Waka. Thank you to everyone who supported the launch of the Waikato & Bay of Plenty Freight Action Plan. It was a highlight of the quarter and is the first report of its kind to bring together perspectives from the region’s major freight and logistics industry players on the actions needed to support the sector’s growth and progress.
Blue sky thinking brings family business to Kerepehi
When Saito’s Head of Focus, Sarah Spencer, starts explaining what brought them to Hauraki District Council’s industrial park in Kerepehi, her enthusiasm for the move is infectious.
Hamilton a Committed Welcoming Community
Hamilton Kirikiriroa is now recognised as a Committed Community under Immigration New Zealand’s Welcoming Communities Te Waharoa ki ngaa Hapori programme. This follows the Welcoming Plan launch and commitment signing event held in April 2022.
Creative Acts of Kindness- A digital celebration of kindness as a force for social good
Creative Acts of Kindness is a brand new project from Creative Waikato empowering local artists to celebrate kindness through commissioned works presented as either: A 90 Second Video, or a Digital Poster.
Over the Moon Dairy taking cheese to a new level
Over the Moon’s founder Sue’s love for cheese began as a little girl when her dad would make her cubes of freid cheddar wrapped in bacon as a treat in the weekends- her obsession was born.
First Waikato Workforce Plan Calls For Dedicated Futures Academy
The Waikato Regional Workforce Plan showcases and celebrates the agricultural, manufacturing and forestry powerhouses of the Waikato economy and calls for the establishment of a Waikato Futures Academy.
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