Archives for Uncategorized

Winter Sale 2019

Yes – Winter Sale has just begun! We look forward to seeing all you Bargain Hunters, you won’t be disappointed.
Read More

Happy 20th Birthday Gaby’s

Twenty years ago this weekend in 1997 I bought the business Gaby’s after a quick visit one evening with real estate agent and landlord Bob Deans.  I thought I may last 5 years, and here it is now 20!  As I sat in a deck chair yesterday with a glass of wine I reflected on those years and all who have helped me survive.       First of all are my staff over those years.  Initially there was just Ngarie working with me and she was so helpful in those early times.  My long time friend Heather joined Gaby’s in 2002.  We
Read More

2015/2016 Christmas/New Year Hours

Friday                    25 Dec               closed Saturday               26 Dec                closed Sunday                  27 Dec                closed Monday                28 Dec           9.30am – 3pm Tues – Thurs      29 – 31 Dec         9am – 5pm Friday                    1 Jan                  closed Saturday               2 Jan             9.30am – 3pm Sunday                  3 Jan                  closed Monday                4 Jan                 9am – 5pm From Tuesday 5 January normal hours resume
Read More

Spring/Summer 2015

Roll on Summer!  It doesn’t feel it’s coming anytime soon – but it is only two weeks until the official beginning of spring.   And that means lots of new stock arriving at Gaby’s.  We’ve added new photos to a lot of our Labels pages and more will be added as we receive them from our suppliers.  You’ll be wondering what is new for Spring/Summer 2015.  Well, there will be lots of colour again this year, with everything from bright jewel colours through to naturals, some striking black & white combinations, geometric prints, and stripes and spots galore.  Pants are in every length
Read More

ATC play ‘Rupert’ – a must see!

If you’re in need of a ‘pick-me-up’ night out it doesn’t get better than this!  David Williamson is Australia’s best known playwright and his play about Rupert Murdoch is well worth seeing.  It’s on at Q Theatre, Queen Street, Auckland until 19 July. From Auckland Theatre Company’s website – ‘The most powerful media magnate in modern history, Rupert Murdoch, takes a cabaret-style romp down memory lane to give us his cleverly crafted version of his life.  Watch as Rupert tap-dances his way to early success across the ditch, discos towards his big American breakthroughs, shares a fiery post-Falklands tango with
Read More