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The latest news and features for Concierge NZ

  • Oct 4th, 2011

    Plan the perfect RWC party

    Tickets for the semis and finals are already sold out, the official Fan Zones are way too crowded, and you want to celebrate somewhere other than your local pub. The answer? Hold your own Rugby World Cup celebration at home. Like any function, Read more

    Posted by sidah in Articles

  • Oct 3rd, 2011

    CNZ sets up in the capital

    Concierge NZ now as a dedicated team in the capital. Headed up by executive concierge Beba McLean, the Wellington team consists of three concierges and three housekeeping staff. All have been through Concierge NZ’s rigorous training Read more

    Posted by sidah in Company News

  • Oct 2nd, 2011

    When sport meets art

    Even if you prefer fine art to the football field, the Rugby World Cup is still something to be thankful for. Auckland’s fabulously transformed Art Gallery has re-opened just in time for the tournament - and American billionaire Julian Read more

    Posted by sidah in Articles

  • Oct 2nd, 2011

    Get the RWC mobile app

    With 48 matches, 12 venues, and around 1,000 festival events, the Rugby World Cup is bigger than Ben Hur. Trying to keep track of who is playing when and where, game results, pool standings, and team and player statistics is enough to make your head Read more

    Posted by sidah in Articles

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