David Farnsworth Retires

If David Farnsworth was a car he’d be a Landrover – not a flash new one, but a classic in mint condition that has stood the test of time. Like the Landrover he’s of solid character, can handle different environments and doesn’t take himself too seriously. Now nearing a well-earned retirement, David can look back […]

A First For Richmond

Pitt & Moore are pleased to be tenants in the first commercial space to undergo earthquake-strengthening in Richmond. Owned by Network Tasman, Pitt & Moore’s Richmond office is within the former Waimea Electric Power Board building at 66 Oxford Street, which was built in 1958. In consultation with Pitt & Moore, their new office has […]

New Criminal Lawyer Returns to Thank Nelson

When Rosy Matheson was admitted to the bar at the Nelson District Court on Friday 3rd of May it was the realisation of a dream that started when she was a Nelson Mail paper girl on the Port Hills of Nelson. The 23 year old works as a junior criminal lawyer with Public Defence Services […]

Significant Employment Case – A Heads Up for Employers

An award of over $90,000 by the Employment Relations Authority (ERA) has substantial implications for businesses where workers live on site.  Nelson man Keith Hill has just won his case for unjustifiable dismissal and unpaid wages in the ERA. He lived and worked on the premises of Riverview Holiday Park and Café in Murchison. Keith […]

Our Brand

A brand idea which has been staring us in the face since 1864 ….. Pitt & Moore wanted to have a more meaningful and clearly defined brand for marketing purposes. At the beginning of 2011, a local graphic design firm Downing Design, was engaged to help identify our brand values, and then translate those values […]