NEWS & MEDIA RELEASES
First it was knives and glassware. Now complete your kitchen with 90 percent off designer Alessi cutlery at Countdown
Summer is on its way and to ensure you’re ready to entertain, Countdown is offering customers a chance to collect Italian-designed, high quality Alessi cutlery this August to December.
Woolworths Limited (Woolworths), parent company of New Zealand’s Woolworths New Zealand, today announced that it will acquire EziBuy Holdings Limited (EziBuy) from founding shareholders Peter and Gerard Gillespie and Catalyst Investment Managers.
Hospital visits aren’t usually part of most children’s after-school routines, but for nine-year-old Cantabrian Maddie Collins, the ambassador for this year’s Countdown Kids Hospital Appeal, hospital has been a significant part of her young life.
Rustling up a tasty dinner every night can be a chore, and with more than half of Countdown supermarket shoppers revealing in a survey that they base their dinner time decisions on cost per meal, affordable inspiration can often be hard to come by.
All Countdown stores around New Zealand are open and operating as usual, with online shopping deliveries to the Wellington CBD the only customers affected by the earthquakes today.
Christchurch Airport and Woolworths New Zealand have announced that a new Countdown supermarket will open within the airport’s Spitfire Square retail development.
Dementia is one of New Zealand’s most significant and growing healthcare challenges, and Countdown stores across New Zealand are supporting Alzheimers New Zealand in their four week Appeal between 8 July and 4 August.
Countdown has today launched a new series of advertisements featuring everyday Kiwis in their local supermarket, without scripts, actors, props or prompts.
Countdown customers will learn the te reo translations for some of their favourite everyday items while they shop this week as part of Māori Language Week 2013.
Construction has started on Countdown’s new Ferrymead store, which is being rebuilt on the same Ferry Road site as the original Countdown, badly damaged and subsequently closed and demolished following the Canterbury earthquakes.