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Why you should shop for the season

In this blog, we explore the benefits of shopping seasonally and take a look at pantry staples that are perfect for your kitchen all year round.
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7 ways to save on your food bill

New Zealanders are spending more on their groceries than ever before. Household food spend makes up a significant portion of New Zealand household budgets.
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What is causing New Zealand’s food waste problem?

With student demonstrations surging across the country, it’s no surprise that climate change is recognised as one of the biggest concerns keeping Kiwis up at night.
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What should I look for in an online savings account?

Having a savings account is an important part of being a responsible adult. A savings account is a great place to keep money aside for planned expenses like holidays or renovations.
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Feel Good Feast Winners

Each of them gets to take a group of friends to dinner with Al Brown in his test kitchen – and $8,000 to cover all expenses too.

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Feel Good AR

The RaboDirect NZ Feel Good AR app brings New Zealand bank notes to life with an Augmented Reality story that plays out on the table right in front of you. Discover how things grow in this fun AR experience.

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Money and relationships: how to tackle financial planning with your partner

If you’ve ever been in a long-term relationship, then it’s likely that at some point in that relationship you’ve disagreed about money.
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Money matters: a deep dive into Kiwi’s savings habits and happiness

Our survey showed just how easily our financial situation can affect our emotions, our relationships, and even our sleep. 

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Help fight food waste

Kiwis’ eyes really are bigger than our stomachs, and the bulk of us – 94% – readily admit to wasting food.

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