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Ray White Lights up Te Anau

The town centre “lit up like a Christmas tree” for the annual Te Anau Mid Winter Illumination. The annual Te Anau Winter Illumination festival lit up the main street of Te Anau mid-year – with a little help from Ray White Te Anau. Around 200 people attended this year’s Illumination Festival to witness the main… Read more »

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Ray White Whangamata Holds 5th Charity Golf Tournament

For the fifth year in a row, the sales team at Ray Whangamata ran another successful charity golf tournament on a stellar sunny day. Over the last five tournaments, Ray White Whangamata have raised a cumulative amount of $57,800 for Ronald McDonald House Charities and $10,000 for St John Ambulance Service in the local region…. Read more »

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Ray White take on Waiheke Walking Festival

Thousands of people are expected to take part in the annual Waiheke Walking Festival – which runs from 18-26 November this year. With 50 walks on offer over the nine-day festival, this free event continues to attract people to Waiheke Island with the shared love of walking, nature, storytelling, food and wine… and this year… Read more »

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Ray White get’s behind The Great Auckland Duck Race

Ray White New Zealand is proud to sponsor Life Education Trust’s Great Auckland Duck Race at the new Vector Wero Whitewater Park in Manakau to raise funds for the Counties Manukau kids. This year the event is proudly sponsored by Ray White New Zealand, together with Ray White Remuera, Manurewa, Takanini and Drury offices. Being a competitive… Read more »

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Ray White Birkenhead take on Great Wall Challenge in China

These Ray White Birkenhead team members have just returned from their trip of a lifetime on the Great Wall Challenge having raised over $83,000 to support patients and families living with blood cancer. On Friday 15 September members of the Ray White Birkenhead team jetted off to China to show their support for Leukaemia &… Read more »

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Ray White Tutukaka embrace the elements at Winter Festival

Ray White took to their rafts in the annual Ray White Tutukaka Raft Race in August. Part of the Tutukaka Coast Winter Festival, this annual event sees teams, of four people, competing in hand-made rafts, racing to glory along the Ngunguru River for cash prizes. Rafts can only be self-propelled (no motors) and constructed from any… Read more »

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Ray White on your bike in Auckland

There has never been a better time to get on your bike, literally. On Saturday August 26, the Tearfund Poverty Cycle in Auckland will see teams of riders raising awareness and funds to fight human trafficking. Ray White Takanini agents are competing and for the first year the organisers are running a kids bike race… Read more »

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Metro Fair’ly Ready for School Fundraiser

The Swannanoa community near Christchurch has been organising their annual Country Fair since 1998. It has evolved from a small initiative of a handful of stalls to an amazing annual event, awaited and anticipated by many. Angela Denny, from Ray White Metro, along with Assistant Rachel King live locally and their daughters attend the Swannanoa school…. Read more »

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Dazzling Performances at The 2016 Red Shoe Ball

Hollie Smith dazzled the crowd with a breath-taking performance at this year’s gold-themed Ronald McDonald House Charities® (RMHC®) Red Shoe Ball on Tuesday the 15th of November. The Red Shoe Ball played host to 500 of RMHC’s largest corporate supporters, which included many Ray White offices. With the help of Hollie’s golden voice, as well… Read more »

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Ray White Manly Raises $3,000 For Local School, Plus Celebrates Third Birthday

Ray White Manly recently celebrated their third birthday and the team, old and new, celebrated in style with a fantastic birthday dinner at the Manly Bar and Grill. In just three short years the company has grown at a rapid pace, from humble beginnings with only four people assembling their four desks in an empty… Read more »