Whether you like it or not, it’s time to get festive! Christmas is jingling all the way closer and it’s about time you started to think about adding a little spruce to your home decor.
Labour Day is one of our most significant public dates, but do you know what it represents? Discover how the struggle for fair working hours in New Zealand gave us a public holiday.
Held every year on the Monday closest to the 29th of January, Auckland Anniversary Day focuses attention on the energy and identity of New Zealand’s largest city.
The 15th day of the lunar calendar marks the end of the Chinese New Year, a day that has traditionally been celebrated with a lantern festival during which people gather together to enjoy a display of brightly coloured lanterns, entertainment and festive food.
Waitangi Day is New Zealand’s national public holiday. Celebrated on the 6th of February each year it serves to commemorate the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi and provides a focus for national pride.
A lush, green, beautifully decorated tree is one of the quintessential sights of the Christmas season. Whether you’re after a room-filling giant-of-the-forest or something a little more manageable, you’ll need to consider a number of things when choosing your Christmas tree.