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Mitre 10 owners show their true colours in 'We're From Here' campaign

Mitre 10 is out to prove that provincial ties run deep, kicking off its sponsorship of the National Provincial Championship (NPC), now named the Mitre 10 Cup. Read More

Mitre 10 launches online video channel for digital age DIYers

In true DIY spirit, New Zealand’s largest home improvement retailer, Mitre 10, is making a world-first move today by launching its own video streaming channel, with man of the moment world champion rower Eric Murray anchoring the channel’s first feature series. Read More

Lucky Leeston DIYer wins new Hilux

Leeston resident Neville Noel Craythorne is now the proud owner of a brand new Toyota Hilux SR5 after being drawn as the winner in the Mitre 10 Summer of DIY competition. Read More

Community Fruit Harvesting wins Mitre 10 New Zealand Community of the Year Award 2016

Community Fruit Harvesting has won the Mitre 10 New Zealand Community of the Year Award, given as part of the Kiwibank New Zealander of the Year Awards 2016. Read More

Mitre 10 research reveals the most ‘Kiwi’ colour

Green has been nominated the most Kiwi colour, according to research released today by New Zealand’s leading home improvement and building supply company Mitre 10. Read More

Mitre 10 continues its strong year-on-year growth

New Zealand’s leading home improvement and building supply company Mitre 10 today announced its annual results for 2016, an outstanding financial year that includes a group revenue number of $1.24 billion up 9.4% on the previous year. Read More

Mitre 10 putting its might behind New Zealand's domestic rugby

Mitre 10 is putting its might behind rugby all over New Zealand, by signing on as the naming rights sponsor for domestic rugby in a partnership that includes the long-running National Provincial Championship (NPC). Read More

Women step up in DIY but men not ready to move over, research shows

Women are getting more confident about their DIY skills and even believe they’re better at it than their mothers were – but men still think home improvement is a masculine domain, according to research undertaken by Mitre 10. Read More

Back yards shrinking but Kiwis still love the quarter-acre paradise

New Zealanders still have a major soft spot for the idea of the quarter-acre pavlova paradise, according to research commissioned by the country’s leading home improvement and building supply company, Mitre 10, but we’re finding more and more ways to maximise our ever-shrinking outdoor spaces. Read More