Hospo smashed by lockdown – Alcohol Beverages Council

Statistics New Zealand has confirmed the worst, with its just-released figures showing card spend for hospitality food and beverage services...

Bleak outlook for NZ hotels – Tourism Industry and Horwath HTL

Business confidence among New Zealand’s hard-hit hotel sector is much bleaker than business confidence in general, according to a new...

Trade Me to give away $1,000,000 in onsite ads to small businesses

Trade Me has today announced that it will give away $1 million worth of onsite advertising to small businesses who...

Feds wins time for Waikato farmers and growers – Federated Farmers

The Environment Court’s decision to allow more time for the filing of appeals on Waikato Regional Council’s Plan Change 1...

SkyCity to begin consultation on further staff reductions

As with so many businesses in New Zealand, the COVID-19 crisis has fundamentally changed the SkyCity business for the foreseeable...

Dismal data makes no difference – CMC Markets

By Michael McCarthy, chief market strategist, CMC Markets and Stockbroking On Friday night Germany reported an 11.8% fall in exports and...

$1M north funding ‘win-win’ for workers, environment – NRC

A win for both local forestry workers impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic and the region’s environment is how the Northland...

34 jobs saved following last minute office supplies firm acquisition

More than thirty jobs at a nationwide, office supplies firm have been saved thanks to an overnight agreement with the...

Mt Ruapehu update

The guidelines for Alert Level 2 announced by the Government yesterday show signs of promise for the ski industry for...

Jobs aplenty, good pay on dairy farms for Covid unemployed – DairyNZ

DairyNZ wants people who have lost jobs due to COVID-19 know there is plenty of work on dairy farms, especially...

Wellington businesses to be provided free access to innovation thinking

WellingtonNZ is adding another initiative to its suite of Covid business response activities by launching a programme called Thrive. Thrive...

Virus-fighting screens launched for leisure centres and retail outlets – Centaman Entrance Control

A countertop screen designed to help prevent the spread of viruses at leisure centres, gyms, cafes and retail outlets is...

Government-leased office building for sale could be a jewel in the Crown for investors

The land and building housing the offices of two key government agencies in the Waikato township of Huntly have been...

Stage 1 of Cromwell’s new Wooing Tree Estate development released

The developers behind Cromwell’s highly anticipated new neighbourhood, Wooing Tree Estate, have just released the first sections to the public. Offering...

Level 2 needed for business continuity – EMA

The survival of businesses and people’s livelihoods needs to now be the focus for New Zealand, says the EMA. "Only moving...

Major impact of COVID-19 on business – Forsyth Barr survey

New Zealand businesses are strongly in favour of further policy responses from the Government in light of COVID-19 challenges, according...

‘Small change and Skywards Miles help Emirates make a big difference’

Thanks to customer donations, the Emirates Airline Foundation used a staggering 132 million Skywards Miles to positively impact the lives...

Economy needs to reopen on Monday – BusinessNZ

Businesses are urging the Government to move to Level 2 of the Covid lockdown on Monday. BusinessNZ Chief Executive Kirk Hope...

Covid-19 a game changer for energy? – BusinessNZ

The World Energy Council (WEC) has today released the results of two surveys that investigate the impacts of Covid-19 on...

Lower Australian beef exports a positive for NZ beef industry

New Zealand’s beef farmers will benefit from a significant reduction in Australian beef exports in 2020, with this fall helping...

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