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Ugly Bathroom Competition Winner Is Announced

The Winner Of New Zealand¹S First Ugly Bathroom Competition Is Announced

NZ Building & Renovating Guide has recently released Issue 6. This issue features New Zealand¹s first Ugly Bathroom Competition as well as a comprehensive 80-page guide to building a new home.

The winner of the Ugly Bathroom Competition was announced on Feb 5th 2002 and will be receiving a $25,000 refit over the next month. The major sponsors are Plumbing World, The Elegant Bathroom Design Company and Virtual Worlds.

Cocksy a well known TV personality from My House My Castle will be fronting the makeover and Issue 7 (due to come out in April) will be showcasing the entire makeover from it¹s conception to completion.

Not only does the NZ Building & Renovating Guide run interactive and inventive competitions, it also prides it¹s self on its unique position in the New Zealand market.

This magazine is more than a standard lifestyle publication, with the focus firmly planted on being comprehensive, hands-on, and informative.

The NZ Building & Renovating Guide also features planning, financing, building consents, choosing a contractor, tradesman and architect, interiors, bathrooms, kitchens, flooring, foundations, roofing, exterior/interior finishes and joinery, energy in the home, plus advice and tips from experts.

The NZ Building & Renovating Guide is a perfect bound, full colour, glossy magazine. It has a nationwide distribution of 30,000, is published quarterly and it is available through leading magazine stockists. This magazine is 100% NZ owned and managed.

- ENDS-

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