Overcoming fears and learning resilience through Outward Bound

Samuel Chadwick has conquered his biggest fear and realised the strength of his mind in tackling challenges – all as a result of a 21-day Outward Bound Mind, Body and Soul course. We’re proud to have supported Samuel in his adventure.

Sharon Parker retires after 30 years

After 30 years attending to the financial needs of businesses from Wairarapa and further afield, Sharon is looking forward to a change in direction. This will be an exciting time for her as whilst some of her plans are mapped out there will also be something of a leap into the unknown.

Chartered accountant adds specialist skills

We’d like to reintroduce you to Chartered Accountant Ben Crum who has rejoined us after a time away gaining further experience.

South Wairarapa Veterinary Services | Mouse or horse – best health is the aim

For the past 40 years, South Wairarapa Veterinary Services (SWVets) has gained a solid reputation for the comprehensive care of all species of animals: production, lifestyle, pleasure and companion.

Black Rock Farm | Succession planning vital in this farming business

The Bunnys farm Black Rock, running sheep and cattle on their 425 hectare block at the end of Black Rock Road and on ‘Banavie’, a 420 hectare lease block next door.

Rosie’s Removals | Moving on up

Petra Miller has had a somewhat restless career, so it’s fitting that her latest venture is helping people move.

Adding further strength to our client servicing team

Introducing Rebecca Buick and Boon Huxtable to the Wairarapa team.

Outward Bound experience wows Maya

Maya Oliver, a Year 12 student from Makoura College in Wairarapa says that even though her Outward Bound experience was “really hard”, she wouldn’t have missed it for the world.  

Carter Court | Home with a history

Carter Court has a history reaching back to nineteenth century England, but its eyes are firmly on the future and the Wairarapa community it serves.

Team continuing to grow to service Wairarapa clients

Introducing Alanah Molina to the Wairarapa team.

Moore Stephens Markhams 18-hole Women’s Shootout 2018

Our Wairarapa office is proud to sponsor of the Masterton Golf Club.  Here’s a run down of the Moore Stephens Markhams 18-hole Women’s Shootout 2018.

Pure Plumbing and Gas | New plumbing business ‘flat out’ due to quality emphasis

Growth has been so solid since Marcus and Jessica Lee set up their plumbing and gas business in late 2016, that they’ve tripled the ‘on tools’ workforce, and yet are still “flat out”.

Waterwise Wairarapa | Embracing a new challenge proves a wise move

Purchasing the business you work for was a big step up for plumber and gasfitter, Rob Summers, but when Waterwise Wairarapa came on the market in 2016, Rob and his wife Sarah decided it was too good an opportunity to miss.

Wharerata Farm | Motherhood and farming all in a day’s work for fifth generation farmer

When Sophie Atkinson took over running the family farm Wharerata in Pirinoa late last year, she became the fifth generation to manage the property.

KayJay Angus | Expert knowledge translates into farming excellence

Wairarapa couple, Neil and Joan Kjestrup are justifiably proud of their Angus Stud, KayJay Angus, after all, it’s the reflection of many years’ hard work.

Teletronics | Supporting the shift into the digital world

Scott Bensemann and Chan Jackson own electronic sales and service centre, Teletronics Limited in Masterton.  The pair bought Teletronics in 2014 from the previous owner who had run the business for more than three decades.