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Kathmandu looks to reduce costs amid health crisis

The retailer is standing down store staff, renegotiating rents, cancelling inventory and more.

NZ e-commerce repositions to meet government guidelines

Kiwis can only shop for essentials online in lockdown, leading many sites to reconfigure their offer.

The Warehouse Group H1 profit impacted by transformation costs

Net profit after tax dipped 20 per cent to $29.9 million during the first half.

Retail NZ calls for more help for big business

Retail trade association Retail NZ has welcomed the government’s $12.1 billion stimulus package, but says it doesn’t do enough to support big retail businesses. The package includes $5 billion in support for businesses, including wage and leave subsidies for …

Kathmandu initiates pandemic plan on falling footfall, overseas closures

Travel-wear business to reduce operating expenses and labour costs.

Chemist Warehouse to open 10 stores in New Zealand this year

Discount pharmacy to open first store in South Island in April.

Mosaic survives bushfires, uncertain of virus impact

Mosaic Brands grew EBITDA and net profit for the first half.

The Warehouse Group fundamentally changes its leadership structure

Retailer overhauls the C-suite to support more agile ways of working.

Countdown to open second e-store in Christchurch

Supermarket chain building another dark store as online shopping grows.

Online competition didn’t kill Jeanswest. Boring retail killed Jeanswest.

Our contributor takes a closer look at one of the larger administrations of January.

Countdown selling $10 shopping baskets made of recycled plastic

Baskets made of off-cut plastic recycled in the manufacturing process.

Pak’nSave Mangere accused of misrepresenting prices

Mystery shoppers were charged different prices than what was advertised.