Wanganui

From unsure to leader, Deron grows with Outward Bound

Henderson High School Year 12 Deron Tildsley arrived at Outward Bound “real unsure”. 21 days later he left with the knowledge that he has the confidence and leadership skills to aim for head boy next year.

Luatola Semisi | Being alone with your thoughts is OK

Learning to be comfortable in her own thoughts, is one of the key benefits that Luatolu Semisi gained from her time at a 21-day Outward Bound programme, supported by Moore Markhams.

Building confidence and self-belief, benefits of Outward Bound for Caeli

Caeli O’Brien is happy to tell anyone that Outward Bound is an incredible, not-to-be-missed opportunity.

Outward Bound grows mana

To say that Outward Bound put Tawa College student, George Te’o out of his comfort zone would be an understatement.

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.

Gerard Bonnet - bringing it back home

When the opportunity came to take up an exciting new role as a senior accountant at Moore Markhams Wanganui in 2019, Gerard Bonnet jumped at it.

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.  

The Four Regions Trust | Investment growth that benefits the community

Investments made by the Four Regions Trust, formerly the Powerco Wanganui Trust, have grown substantially thanks to the governance of a skilled team.

We welcome our new Wanganui accountants – Francis D’Souza and Tristan Stephens

Experienced accountants Francis D’Souza and Tristan Stephens recently joined the Moore Stephens Markhams Wanganui office, marking the third time the pair have worked together at the same firm.

Dempsey and Forrest Ltd | Innovation spells success for Wanganui funeral business

Dempsey and Forrest Funeral Directors, owned by Jim and James Forrest, has been helping families through difficult times for more than 85 years.

Trident Homes Tauranga | Distance no barrier for successful home company

Although the Trident Homes Tauranga franchise is based in the Bay of Plenty, the relationship with Moore Stephens Markhams Wanganui, which began 24 years ago, is still thriving today.

Mackintosh Group Limited | Succession planning vital to this family farm business

Paul and Anna, and Bruce and Helen Mackintosh live and farm just outside Wanganui on Dunkeld, a 225 hectare sheep, beef and grain cropping property.

Alarm Watch | Making sure you are safe and secure 24/7

Wanganui alarm and monitoring company, Alarm Watch Limited, is an innovative business that’s moved ahead in leaps and bounds since its humble beginnings 27 years ago.