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Discount Stores

The Warehouse wants to become NZ’s most sustainable company
The Warehouse says it is focusing on ranging more and more sustainable products.

The Warehouse wants to become NZ’s most sustainable company

The Warehouse is making sustainable products more accessible and affordable as it seeks to become the country's most sustainable company. The initiative is a response to what the discount department-store o...
Covid-19 subsidies rescue The Warehouse Group’s bottom line
Kmart to anchor new Ashburton retail development
Clearance Shed renames itself Crackerjack
Pak ‘n Save named cheapest store

Discount Stores Archives

Salvation Army launches ‘ethical shopping truck’

People are able to buy food, clothes and other items.

Cash Converters strong result driven by personal financing

Online growth buoyed a 10 per cent drop in store earnings.

Clearance Shed renames itself Crackerjack

The Crackerjack name will take effect from Saturday 4th.

Cash Converters seeks capital to pay down debt, pursue growth

Shareholders asked to front up to support growth momentum.

Cash Converters management shakeup

Long-serving CFO and company secretary makes way.
Supermarkets

What is EDLP and why does it matter?

Hybrid pricing models demonstrate how to balance ‘pricing perception’ to maximise gains.

Pak ‘n Save named cheapest store

Consumer NZ’s supermarket survey shines light on “specials”.