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How Australian newsagents are reinventing to stay relevant

Resurgence in local shopping has seen newsagents broaden range of locally-produced goods.

Wesfarmers results jump as Bunnings, Kmart and Officeworks boom

Wesfarmers has joined in the parade of businesses reaping the rewards of a strong year of trade, despite ongoing movemen...

Booktopia furthers investment in publishing with Welbeck ANZ

Booktopia sets sights on becoming a publishing powerhouse, forming a strategic partnership with a UK-based publisher.
Covid fuels gift-wrapping boom

Covid fuels gift-wrapping boom

Auckland-based gift-wrapping company Ribbon & Blues have noticed a spike in demand for its range of gift wrapping and pa...

Facebook to announce new audio products on Monday – Recode

The announcement will be made on Monday but some products will not show up for a while, the report added.

Premier Investments profit up 88.9 per cent in first half

Chairman Solomon Lew put it down to the “skills and dedication of [Premier’s] entire global team”.

Behind the success of Japanese retailer Books Kinokuniya

Where many megastores around the world have faltered amid competition from online retailers and ebooks, Books Kinokuniya...

Wanaka author launches online bookstore for children Kiwi Kids Read Books

Young kiwi readers and their parents have a new online destination specialising in local books by local authors.

How the world’s oldest bookstores are surviving during Covid

These beloved bookstores may have been around for decades — centuries in some cases — but they’re finding new ways to co...

Craft is cool. Retailers, get on board

More and more young people are turning to crafting for stress relief or to save costs on home renos. It’s good news for ...

How to survive in turbulent times, according to a Barnes & Noble exec

Kacey Sharrett, Barnes & Noble’s VP of e-commerce and digital, has faced some pretty turbulent times in her retail caree...

Miniso eyes US listing, valuing it at US$10.18 billion

Chinese discount-goods merchandiser Miniso is eyeing an IPO in the US which could raise up to US$562.4 million, potentia...
Wardini Books

Wardini Books named New Zealand’s best book store

Hawkes Bay’s bookstore Wardini Books has won the Nielsen Bookshop of the Year title for 2020.

Moleskine’s new CEO discusses creativity and the brand’s plans for Asia

CEO Daniela Riccardi says one of the core priorities of a five-year plan she has drafted for Moleskine globally will be ...
Shore City Takapuna

Shore City secures long-term Farmers renewal, new Whitcoulls

Shore City, the North Shore of Auckland’s original major shopping centre, has secured a 15-year lease renewal from ancho...

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