NEWS & MEDIA RELEASES
Customers can now dine in style with half-price Jamie Oliver dinnerware from Countdown’s newest stamp collection programme.
Countdown, official partner of the New Zealand Olympic Committee, is proud to welcome home the 232 New Zealand athletes who took part in the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow this year, collectively bringing home 45 medals.
Dreams are wonderful things. But despite what we are led to believe, dreams aren't free and neither are they always easy to achieve. For three-year-old Wiremu le Comte, who dreams of one day becoming a race car driver, and 10-year-old Katie Reed, who dreams of becoming a singer, they have to be healthy to get there.
Countdown is pleased to have received consent to build a new supermarket in Vogeltown with local developer Brooklands Development Ltd, which will create up to 80 new jobs for the city and engage dozens of local construction workers and building contractors.
Countdown customers will have a chance to perfect their Māori language this week with in-store translations for some of their favourite everyday items as part of Māori Language Week 2014.
Countdown is issuing a recall of Select Dog Bones Wholegrain 1kg purchased at any Countdown, SuperValue or FreshChoice store nationally from 13 June 2014 with a best before date of 26/11/15.
Countdown has dropped the everyday price of its Homebrand bread range to $1. From tomorrow (Friday, 18 July), these products join more than 430 other grocery items with a new everyday low price.
New Zealanders will have the opportunity to send handwritten messages of support to their favourite athletes as part of Countdown’s sponsorship of the New Zealand Commonwealth Games team.
Countdown is pleased to confirm it has received Council consent to build a $23 million supermarket in Hamilton East that will create up to 100 new jobs and engage dozens of local construction workers and building contractors.
Through the month of July, more than 300,000 individual lamingtons will be baked and iced in Blenheim and then shipped around the country to fundraise for the Annual Alzheimers New Zealand Appeal.