10 May 2017

What Do Kiwi Kids Really Think of Their Parents’ Driving?

Article written by
Jen Boyes

posted on 10th May 2017 in Rainbow's End with 0 Comments

This month, we organised for Rainbow’s End to survey 400 school kids to find out exactly what they think about grown-up driving. Rainbow’s End ran the survey to mark National Road Safety Week, which started on Monday 8 May, and finishes on Sunday 14 May. Led by charity, Brake, the aim is to raise awareness of […]

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03 May 2017

Hell Launches New Zealand’s Healthiest Pizza

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Jen Boyes

posted on 3rd May 2017 in Hell Pizza with 0 Comments

The Saviour has a 4-star health rating, a specially designed sprouted seed base, and is packed with more fruit & veggies than you can shake a stick at This week (Friday 5 May), HELL is launching the healthiest pizza in New Zealand. The Saviour is made up of a sprouted seed, gluten-free base, which has […]

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04 Apr 2017

From the Grammys to Instagram – Curator Launches in NZ

Article written by
Jen Boyes

posted on 4th April 2017 in Curator with 0 Comments

Curator, a new social media marketing agency has launched in Auckland. It will help businesses grow their social media profile and reach by connecting them with the right influencers on different networks. Curator will offer a range of social media services, including influencer recommendations and connections, content development, social media management and consultation. They will […]

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31 Mar 2017

Waitomo to Host New Zealand’s Largest Trail Run

Article written by
Jen Boyes

posted on 31st March 2017 in NZ Trail Runs with 0 Comments

Organisers of the Waitomo Trail Run are positively glowing as the event’s popularity has soared in its second year to become the largest trail run in New Zealand. On Saturday 29 April, more than 3300 runners and walkers will experience an opportunity of a lifetime as they traverse one of the most unique geological lines […]

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18 Mar 2017

AA Driver’s Town Is Ready to Roll

Article written by
Jen Boyes

posted on 18th March 2017 in Rainbow's End with 0 Comments

The cars are gleaming, and the roads are ready. After months of anticipation, AA Driver’s Town, an innovative new attraction at Rainbow’s End, opened to the public on 11 March. AA Driver’s Town, which has been created in partnership with AA and Suzuki, enables children up to 12 years to experience driving a miniature Suzuki Swift […]

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22 Feb 2017

Kiwi Experience Passengers Return to Kaikoura

Article written by
Jen Boyes

posted on 22nd February 2017 in Tourism Holdings with 0 Comments

Kiwi Experience, New Zealand’s largest youth travel bus network, is sending backpackers back to Kaikoura, just weeks after a magnitude 7.8 earthquake rocked the tourist destination and the company successfully airlifted a bus load of passengers out of the area. Kiwi Experience General Manager, Ben Lane explained: “Since the November earthquake, we have been looking […]

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09 Feb 2017

Brodie & Matty Take Rainbow’s End Heart Rate Challenge

Article written by
Jen Boyes

posted on 9th February 2017 in Rainbow's End with 0 Comments

Last week, we invited Brodie and Matty from Breakfast TV to take the Rainbow’s End heart rate challenge. This was inspired by a story we’d read about Disneyland – that apparently visitors can burn 1500 calories, just from walking around the park. We wanted to put that theory to the test at Rainbow’s End, and […]

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23 Jan 2017

Inspirational Podcasts for 2017

Article written by
Nick Bell

posted on 23rd January 2017 in Salt & Pepper PR with 0 Comments

I’m a bit of a podcast geek and being in the world of marketing, there’s a lot to keep up with. New trends, the latest technological innovations, changes in human interaction etc. Plus, when I’m doing boring stuff, like loading the dish washer, I really need something to keep me motivated. If you’re looking for […]

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16 Dec 2016

Buy Experiences, Not Things, Says Rainbow’s End

Article written by
Jen Boyes

posted on 16th December 2016 in Rainbow's End with 0 Comments

According to Rainbow’s End, Kiwis would be happier if they purchased experiences instead of things this Christmas. It might sound like flagrant promotion from the theme park, but recent research backs up the claim and suggests we all would be happier doing things rather than having things. A study conducted by San Francisco University found […]

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06 Dec 2016

New Zealand’s most expensive Christmas mince pies

Article written by
Jen Boyes

posted on 6th December 2016 in Uncategorized with 0 Comments

For the past few months, Salt & Pepper PR has been running the, “Christmas Mince Pies for Charity,” campaign for The Baking Industry Association of New Zealand. We created and presented the concept in September, then got cracking bringing the idea to life. It has been a fantastic ride, and such an enjoyable project to […]

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