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Latest NBR Member Subscriber winner
John Monaghan from Eketahuna is NBR's latest winner of New Zealand's richest subscription prize, the all-new BMW 320i xDrive Touring valued at $83,800 Read More
Stephen Tubbs is NBR's latest winner of New Zealand's richest subscription prize, a fabulous trip for two flying Business Class with Singapore Airlines and SilkAir to Cambodia’s newest ultimate "all-inclusive" luxury eco-resort – Song Saa Private Island, valued at $59,000 Read More
Past Winner Matthew Horton (right) catching the keys to his new Peugeot 508 from NBR publisher Todd Scott (centre), with Sime Darby Automobiles divisional manager Simon Rose (left)
Horton Media Chief Executive Matthew Horton is the lucky winner of NBR’s latest subscription prize. Mr Horton won a Peugeot 508 worth $54,990, which brings the publication’s prize pool total to almost $500,000 since 1999.
FMA chairman Simon Allen was the winner of NBR' s latest subscriber prize of a Luxury European Escape courtesy of Air NZ, flying Business Premier to London, with stopovers each way in either Hong Kong or Los Angeles, plus four weeks' accommodation staying at the Small Luxury Hotels of the World properties of his choice. So what did he do with this wonderful prize?
Long-time NBR subscriber Peter Merton won a Mini Countryman Cooper S valued at $63,000 in NBR's latest subscriber competition, drawn on February 24, 2012.
Congratulations to Justin and Janine Smith (owner-operators of the Oamaru New World) They won seven nights for two on board Seabourn Odyssey valued at $30,000 - Athens to Istanbul.
Max and Christine Tarr of Max Tarr Electrical in Palmerston North, winners of the Ultimate NZ Experience valued at $40,000 Three nights for four people staying at each of these luxury NZ Lodges, Kauri Cliffs, The Farm at Cape Kidnappers and Matakauri Lodge in Queenstown. Max has been an NBR subscriber since Sept 1991