Kia ora neighbours, a new technology hub has opened in Glen Innes with the aim of helping Māori and Pasifika communities start their own businesses.
Reserve is operated by the start-up In the Flow State.It was created to let locals do business where they live, executive Tyrone Tangata-Makiri said.
Tangata-Makiri, 30, grew up in Glen Innes and said he wanted to help locals, especially Māori and Pasifika people, to start their own businesses.
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MM Linen have just dropped their 2024 Autumn/Winter collection whilst celebrating their 10th anniversary.
The collection is inspired by bright floral and dramatic botanicals and come in homeware and bedding.
(Our favourite is the Heidi which comes in duvet covers, aprons and kitchen tea towels).