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Mayor of Whangarei, Sheryl Mai, has today opened Countdown’s newest Whangarei store, located in Regent on the corner of Kamo Road and Manse Street.
Countdown has opened a new store in the Auckland suburb of St Johns, creating 82 new jobs as part of its 131-strong team, including 34 people through Work and Income and 13 from nearby Tamaki College.
Lyttelton SuperValue will open its doors today after extensive damage from the 2011 earthquakes closed the existing supermarket.
Countdown has opened its first supermarket in the Coromandel Peninsula town of Whitianga today, creating 55 new jobs in the local community, including 6 people through Work and Income.
Countdown is pleased to confirm that work is starting in Hobsonville for a new supermarket, which will create up to 110 jobs and will engage dozens of building and construction companies.
FreshChoice Ranui has today been officially opened by local MP and Minister for Social Development, Hon Paula Bennett.
Hungry Kiwis have munched through more than 10.8 million hot cross buns during this year’s Easter season, raising a record $82,500 for the Countdown Kids Hospital Appeal.
Countdown is pleased to confirm it has received Council consent to build a $15 million supermarket in Stratford that will create up to 110 jobs and engage dozens of local construction workers and building contractors.
Countdown has opened its first supermarket in the North Canterbury town of Amberley today, creating 87 jobs in the local community.
Applications are open to any young Kiwi farmers, graziers, station managers, students and agronomists for one of 25 places for an agriculture business scholarship programme, run by Countdown’s parent company, Woolworths Limited.