New Toilets Rene Olmos

New Public Toilets For Tourist Hot Spots

  The government has announced it will contribute funding for a new freedom camping facility for Whanganui and for public toilets in Jerusalem and on Anzac Parade. The infrastructure will cost approximately $240,000, half of which will be provided by the Whanganui District Council, with the other half co-funded by the Tourism Infrastructure Fund. Work is scheduled to be completed …

Whanganui And Partners Bin Inn Rhonda Morris

Supporting Business In Whanganui

  Whanganui & Partners Strategic Lead for Business Development, Rhonda Morris says a new Bin Inn store will be opening in Whanganui and she’s enjoyed helping facilitate the process. The owners of Bin Inn’s Taupo and Palmerston North stores, Sammy and Sharon Singh, came to Whanganui & Partners looking for an opportunity to expand their business. The first step was …

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Business Whanganui Newsletter Feb 2017

Business Whanganui Newsletter February 2017 ​Welcome to the February 2017 edition of our newsletter. This month we focus on the results we received from Infometrics on our economy, these results are in line with what we have been reporting on a monthly basis and shows sustained positive growth. We would also like your feedback on the Whanganui District Council Business Friendly Policy. Your Business Friendly Council …

Business Whanganui Newsletter – January 2017

Business Whanganui Newsletter January, 2017 ​ Welcome to the January 2017 edition of our newsletter. Remember to support the Masters Games this weekend some great events and activities still on! Whanganui has ended the year on fairly positive note which is also in line with the economic performance of the National economy we also start the new year  with a number of events …

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Business Newsletter November 2016

Business Whanganui Newsletter November, 2016    Welcome to the November edition of our newsletter. This month wishing our readers a very Merry Christmas and all good things for the New Year! We have kept the link to some of the local talent who are currently looking for employment after restructuring if you are interested in some really highly skilled/talented and loyal individuals follow the …

Economic Update October 2016

Business Whanganui Newsletter October, 2016 Welcome to the October edition of our newsletter. This month the launch of Te Pae Tawhiti  (the Maori economic development strategy for this region) read more about the strategy here.. Great news, the Waimarie will be going back on to the River this weekend and all are welcome to come along to witness this great occasion. See …

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Business Newsletter August 2016

Welcome to the August edition of our newsletter. According to the indicators that we monitor Whanganui’s economy continues to trend positive. If you have not yet registered for the About Us/Get Digital workshops there is still time to do so. These are well worth attending if you want to find out more about how the internet and social media work. Don’t forget to …

Business Newsletter June 2016

Business Whanganui Newsletter June, 2016 Welcome to the June edition of our newsletter. In this edition we welcome Air Chathams with an open day. Please support them by attending the open day on 31st of July at the Whanganui airport a great opportunity to see all of their aircraft and even take a 20 minute flight in their historic DC3. Book your …

Business Whanganui Newsletter May 2016

Business Whanganui Newsletter May, 2016 Welcome to the May edition of our newsletter. We welcome Chatham Air to our Auckland route Whakatane branded plane Whanganui’s economy still continues to track steady with healthy signs of growth as always we have a number of events and tenders worth viewing this month check them out. To use the navigation aids please use the highlighted red areas to navigate …

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Business Whanganui Newsletter April 2016

Business Whanganui Newsletter April, 2016 Welcome to the April edition of our newsletter. (Sometimes a bit confusing one does understand but this is the April edition even though it is now early May, the reason for this is that we report at the end of April on statistics we have gathered in March. We do try to get this publication out as close as …