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Govt widens 'essential products' to include tech goods
New Zealand businesses are now able to sell ‘essential’ non-food consumer products such as computer equipment and mobile phones, while the country remains at Alert Level 4 lockdown.
Noel Leeming's newest employee is a digital human called Nola
If you find yourself in Noel Leeming’s new store in Auckland’s Westfield Newmarket, you might notice an extra staff member on the floor – but this staff member isn’t what you might expect.
Noel Leeming launches new protection plan
“We’ve noticed that consumers nowadays are interested in a more holistic solution, looking for protection programmes that better support the way they use their technology and appliances."
Noel Leeming slapped with $200,000 fine for misrepresentation
“This prosecution related to multiple consumers in multiple locations. It was not isolated or ‘one off’ conduct.”
Noel Leeming Group to dissolve Appliance Shed retail stores
The Appliance Shed sells a large range of appliances and technology products, including TV and audio products, phones, and home security systems.
Noel Leeming hit by nine charges of breaching consumer rights
The consumer retail, owned by The Warehouse Group, will defend the nine charges, each laid by different customers, in court at the end of May.
'Outstanding' results for Noel Leeming as Warehouse Group transforms
Noel Leeming has delivered another year of ‘outstanding’ results as parent company The Warehouse Group looks to digitally transform.
Oppo signs PB Tech deal as it ramps up NZ presence
PB Tech has inked a deal to provide Oppo phones in New Zealand as the Chinese smartphone vendor extends its local footprint.
Oppo and Noel Leeming team-up to bring groundbreaking camera-phones to NZ
Oppo’s mobile devices are now available in over 70 Noel Leeming retail stores across the country...
Asus invests in Noel Leeming with 'first of its kind' gaming retail deal
Asus has teamed up with Noel Leeming in a partnership Asus says will provide gamers with ‘the ultimate customer experience’.
Strong sales across all categories see Noel Leeming revenue climb
Noel Leeming has seen a solid boost in revenue for the latest quarter, with the electronics retailer the standout brand for The Warehouse Group.
Exclusive: The four CES trends that have Noel Leeming excited
Four key trends stood out for Noel Leeming’s team attending CES. Jason Bell tells us what they were - and what they mean for the local market.
Noel Leeming's Mobile Learning Centre wraps up tech roadshow around Kiwi schools
Noel Leeming's Mobile Learning Centre (MLC) has clocked up 42,000 kilometres and 'inspired' more than 14,500 Kiwi kids, all through tech in learning.
Noel Leeming scoops New Zealand's 'most improved' workplace in IBM Kenexa Awards
“By sharing our direction and priorities throughout our business we can work together to provide the best for our customers and our business."
Noel Leeming reopens 'innovative' Chch store following TWG's strong revenue growth
Noel Leeming is reopening its teched-out flagship store in Christchurch, pulling together an innovative and state-of-the-art retail space.
Warehouse, Noel Leeming online sales soar
The Warehouse Group is reports online sales ahead of domestic levels, with Noel Leeming growing online sales faster than the rest of NZ market.
Warehouse Group profits up 22%
The Warehouse Group is reporting boosted revenues following strong sales performance, with Noel Leeming and The Warehouse proving stand outs.
It's here: Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 edge hit the shelves
Samsung's much anticipated Galaxy S7 and S7 edge hit the shelves at Kiwi retailers today, with high demand expected.
Noel Leeming taps Best Buy exec to lead retail services
Noel Leeming is tapping expertise from US retail giant Best Buy, with Sean Stephens now heading up Noel Leeming's retail services division.
Photo gallery: The products that grabbed Kiwi attention at CES
Noel Leeming's team attended CES 2016. They share their photos of the products that caught their eyes.
CES 2016: What's coming to New Zealand?
CES 2016 served up a plethora of consumer electronics. But what caught the eyes of the Noel Leeming team - and what might hit NZ shores this year?
Noel Leeming, Harvey Norman and JB Hi-Fi to sell Microsoft laptop
Noel Leeming, Harvey Norman and JB Hi-Fi steal the march as the first retailers to win the rights to sell Microsoft's Surface Book.
Noel Leeming launches machine-learning sales tool
With 25% of The Warehouse Group's marketing going digital, Noel Leeming has launched a new mobile product comparison tool.
Big name tech retailers fail to win customer support in Consumer survey
New Zealand’s big name electronics stores have been slammed in a new Consumer NZ survey, with only 40% of some store’s customers recommending them.