Fertile large-scale certified organic property crops up for sale

A large scale and diversified Hawke’s Bay certified organic business and landholding has been placed on the market for sale. The...

Dollar weakness points to trade truce – CMC Markets

By Michael McCarthy, chief market strategist, CMC Markets and Stockbroking The US dollar continues to weaken ahead of this week’s meeting...

Insurance market not working for consumers – Consumer NZ

Consumers are paying more than ever for insurance but they’re not getting a fair deal, Consumer NZ’s latest report on...

Handcrafted ceramic bottles for first WildKiwi whisky

The limited-edition handcrafted bottles which will hold the first pour of New Zealand’s newest craft whisky have been revealed. Wild Kiwi...

Guild welcomes new President and Vice President

The new Board of Directors (the Board) of the Pharmacy Guild of New Zealand (the Guild) has elected Cameron Monteith...

Councils must fight for better transport deal – Chamber of Commerce

Next week’s Wellington council meetings are a chance for our local representatives to stand and show they’re serious about getting...

Prime industrial land for sale in Onekawa industrial precinct

One of the last bare land in Napier's Onekawa Industrial Precinct is up for sale. This is a fantastic opportunity...

NZ ‘risks falling behind’ on clean energy

The shift to clean energy is happening faster than predicted, and New Zealand should do more than just keep up,...

First New Zealand autonomous shuttle debuts at Christchurch Airport

Christchurch’s autonomous vehicle trial is changing up a gear with today’s introduction of New Zealand’s first Smart Shuttle. The second stage...

Queenstown tourism giant Go Orange supports kiwi social enterprise

A growing social enterprise founded four years ago by a young entrepreneur has been given a huge boost thanks to...

Elements of Parnell arrives this July

As one of the city’s most popular ‘fringe suburbs’, Parnell is beyond excited to be playing a key role in...

Start date set for Alpine Aqualand ceiling repair

Queenstown Lakes District Council’s Sport and Recreation team is forging ahead with plans for a long-term repair of the ceiling...

Kiwis more positive on house prices after CGT rejection – survey

More than half of New Zealanders surveyed believe house prices will be impacted by the coalition government’s dismissal of a...

Commercial property investor confidence bounces back

Confidence in New Zealand’s commercial property market has bounced back to its second highest level in two and a half...

NZUS Council supports Minister Peters efforts for trade agreement with US

The NZUS Council will increase its engagement in the United States to support Foreign Minister, Rt Hon Winston Peters’ efforts...

Global Day of Workplace Action to climate-proof our work – CTU

On June 26 working people from New Zealand and around the world are taking climate action. "Climate Change is a threat...

New faces, new look for Jet Park Hotels

Jet Park Hotels has undergone exciting expansion in 2019 and is pleased to be able to offer hotels at Auckland...

REINZ property data shows less farm sales

Data released today by the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ) shows there were 63 less farm sales (-14.2%)...

Access urged to reconsider offer as four-day strike commences

PSA and E tū members at Access Community Health have voted overwhelmingly in favour of taking further industrial action after...

FinTech partnership set to make business life easier for SMEs

Leading accounting software provider MYOB has partnered with local tech company RIP Global to help Government and businesses manage their...

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