Name a part of an orang-utan, feast on Fairtrade breakfast

  • Win
  • May 3, 2011
  • StopPress Team
Name a part of an orang-utan, feast on Fairtrade breakfast

Fairtrade products are going off at the moment, with sales increasing by more than 100 percent in Australia and New Zealand in 2010. And to draw more attention to the benefits these more ethical products can provide, both for the well-being of the growers in the developing world and the inner glow of those buying them, The Sustainable Business Network, Heart of the City, Café L’affare, Kokako, All Good, Tangible Media, Oxfam NZ and Fairtrade NZ are holding a Breakfast in the City at Britomart Country Club next Thursday during Fairtrade Fortnight. Attendees will get to sample delights from All Good bananas, Caffe L’affare, and Kokako, Michele A'Court and Jeremy Elwood are on hosting duties, a Fairtrade tea producer from Sri Lanka will speak about the impact of Fairtrade on his community and everyone gets a free Keepcup. We've got a double pass to give away and all you have to do to win it is name a part of on orang-utan. If it's the part we're thinking of, you'll get to partake. For all those who are unfamiliar with orang-utans, tickets are going for $15 from here

 

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Spotify gives its outdoor campaign a witty local twist

  • Advertising
  • August 17, 2017
  • StopPress Team
Spotify gives its outdoor campaign a witty local twist

At the end of last year, Spotify crunched the numbers and surfed its playlists to give thanks to its users for a 'weird' 2016. Now, Spotify's brought its highly successful 'Platform for Discovery' campaign to New Zealand shores to highlight some the most bizarre habits of Kiwi listeners.

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