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TSB Bank

TSB is a 100% New Zealand-owned bank.

TSB Bank Ltd (originally known as the Taranaki Savings Bank) trading as TSB, is a New Zealand bank with headquarters in New Plymouth. It has 25 branches across the country but is heavily focused on the Taranaki region where 12 of its branches are located. As of June 2022, it was the seventh largest bank in New Zealand.

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Stirling Sports

Stirling Sports is a retail company that primarily sells sporting goods and sportswear. The first Stirling Sport store opened in 1964 on Dominion Road, Auckland and has grown to be one of New Zealand’s largest sporting retail stores with 60 Franchises nationwide.

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Farmers is a New Zealand mid-market department store chain. Farmers operates 59 stores across New Zealand, specialising in family fashion, beauty, homewares, furniture, large appliances and whiteware.

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Mitre 10

Mitre 10 is a New Zealand chain of home improvement stores established in June 1974. The company sells a range of household hardware, building supplies, heaters, air conditioners, garden products, barbeques and camping gear.

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Harvey Norman

Harvey Norman is an Australian multinational retailer of furniture, bedding, computers, communications and consumer electrical products. It mainly operates as a franchise, with the main brand and all company-operated stores owned by t. As of 2022, there are 304 company-owned and franchised stores in Australia, New Zealand, Europe and South-East Asia.

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Gull NZ

Gull is New Zealand’s largest independent fuel retailer operating a network of 115 service stations, the majority of which are unmanned sites. It is also the only independent operator with a vertically integrated fuel supply capability, owning a strategic import terminal located at Mount Maunganui. Gull was established in New Zealand in 1998 and sells over 500 megalitres of fuel annually, representing an approximate 8% market share of New Zealand’s liquid fuel volumes.

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