Say 'hello' to our two new fresh flavoured milks - Colombian Espresso and Spiced White Chocolate. Both inspired by our award winning ice cream and both in a store near you from today. Which will you try first? #IceCreamInABottle
If you love our cheeses, then you'll love serving them on a Puhoi Valley cheeseboard set! We've got 10 of these sets to give away. Simply tell us which of our cheeses you'd serve on these boards in the comments below and you'll be in the draw to win.
Entries close midnight Thursday 14th July and we'll contact the 10 winners the next day. Full T's & C's are here: http://on.fb.me/1QnAqC1
WIN some of our organic milk to try! Simply tell us which of our milks you'd most like to try in the comment below and go into the draw to win $20 worth of Puhoi Valley organic milk delivered to your doorstep!
Entries close midnight Sunday 7th August, and we'll draw and contact the winner the next day. Full T's & C's are here: http://on.fb.me/1QnAqC1
It's not a Kiwi Christmas without pavlova! Watch me make the pavlova featuring in this year's My Food Bag, and pick up some tips to getting it just right. Anyone still thinking about ordering a Christmas Bag needs to get it done ASAP - this is the last weekend to order!! There is only Large bags left, so make sure you don't miss out! https://www.myfoodbag.co.nz/christmas
Help - these Data Pins need homes for the holidays! Let us know in the comments below where in NZ you'd like to see these pins on the 2degrees Data Hunt app and we might send them in your direction. #2degreesdatahunt
Well here is a fun competition....🌞🌞 Next month we are opening our very first Augustine store in Australia!!!! We are so so so so excited and a little proud to be opening abroad for the first time. A long way from our garage beginnings..... Who can guess where we are opening? All correct guesses of which town/city we are opening in will go in the draw for a $200 voucher. So where do you think it is???? 💋💋
★ BE IN TO WIN ★ Who wants to be in to win a Mocka Kids Easel? To enter, like this post and comment with what your child loves drawing. Entries close tonight, 18 April at Midnight. One lucky winner will be announced tomorrow.
Being bullied? Firstly, sorry to hear that. Secondly, shut that shizz down. Tell a trusted adult like a teacher or your parents - it's not narking or snitching, you're doing the right thing. Click here to find out more about how bullying can affect you: http://bit.ly/1BeUgCQ
This drizzly weather calls for baking bread and making pots of soup! Who's tried my Kumara bread? It's got mashed orange kumara, rosemary and wholemeal flour in it, and is utterly yummy...especially warm out of the oven with a lick of butter! Get the recipe here - https://nadialim.com/recipe/kumara-bread/
Want to take this lot home? Just tell us who you'd invite over for a killer dinner using these F. Whitlock & Sons staples, including the new Beetroot & Balsamic and Tomato & Smoky Chipotle condiments and it could be all yours. Easy.
When the language is lost, so much can be lost with it.
Over the next 11 months we will be showcasing a series of thought provoking clips aimed at increasing the awareness around the dire state of te reo Māori within Ngāti Kahungunu. The clips will provide an insight into what the future could hold if the language is lost.
Thank you to EIT Hawke’s Bay, Te Ūranga Waka, Kararaina Kire, Orine Gillies for helping us with this clip.
If your bank goes bust expect to wave goodbye to your hard-earned dollars.
You won’t hear John Key saying this, but New Zealand is the only advanced country in the world without any form of protection for the depositor.
This has been confirmed with Kiwibank announcing that their existing government guarantee on savers’ money will end on February 28, 2017.
The government is abandoning ordinary New Zealanders to the uncertainty of the global economy.
It’s not a big surprise. John Key has sold out to the globalists and lost touch with the ordinary Kiwi. Which means they are out of step. All other OECD countries provide a government backed deposit guarantee scheme up to a modest level of savings.
That is how it should be. These countries realise that if there is a financial bump or crash, things could slump further if confidence plummets and a rush is made to withdraw money.
New Zealand First isn’t turning our backs on ordinary Kiwis. We would provide a government guarantee on deposits of up to $100,000 with New Zealand-owned banks, including Kiwibank.