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Fieldays


Fieldays reopens exhibitor applications

Fieldays reopens exhibitor applications

ByStaff reporterMay 12, 2022
Exhibitor applications have reopened for this year’s Fieldays at Mystery Creek after the event was shifted to late November because of covid lockdown restrictions. The event attracts on average 130,000 people through the gates annually and this year will run…

Fieldays postponed until November 30

ByStaff reporterMar 11, 2022
Fieldays chief executive Peter Nation says the current Omicron outbreak has caused extra layers of stress and complexity.The Omicron outbreak has forced the New Zealand National Fieldays Society to postpone…

Fieldays still on despite Omicron uncertainty

ByGerald PiddockFeb 15, 2022
While the pandemic forced the cancellation of other North Island field days events in Northland and Manawatū, Fieldays organisers remain optimistic Mystery Creek will go ahead as planned.Organisers are forging…

Entries open for Fieldays No.8 Wire National Art Award

ByStaff reporterJan 17, 2022
Last year’s winner of the Fieldays No.8 Wire National Art Award, Auckland artist Gina Ferguson, with her work titled Wear ‘n’ Tear.Kiwi creatives are being urged to put their inspiring…


Fieldays generates $675m in sales revenue

Fieldays generates $675m in sales revenue

ByStaff reporterDec 7, 2021
This year’s Fieldays sustained almost 3000 part- and full-time jobs and generated $675 million in sales revenue.This year’s Fieldays at…
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