Malcolm Anderson appointed City Marketing Manager in Dunedin

Dunedin City Council’s Enterprise Dunedin is happy to announce the appointment of Malcolm Anderson to the role of City Marketing...

‘Fair Pay Agreements not suitable for New Zealand’

BusinessNZ endorses the New Zealand Initiative’s report 'Why Fair Pay Agreements would be bad for labour,' and agrees that compulsory...

Drive Electric supports Government’s plan to incentivise cleaner vehicles

Drive Electric is strongly supportive of the Government’s plan announced today, to incentivise the shift to low-emission vehicles in New...

Opinion: Leaving it to the Act

The following is an opinion piece by Public Trust Senior Solicitor Theresa Donnelly. Making a will is on many of our...

Fletcher Building appoints Chief Information Officer

Fletcher Building today announces that it has appointed Daniel Anthony to the position of Chief Information Officer. Daniel will start...

Myths busted about benefits of Fair Pay Agreements

The EMA says The New Zealand Initiative’s report on Fair Pay Agreements (FPAs) busts all myths about their benefits, and...

Moving toward a better, fairer insurance industry – Tower

Kiwi insurer Tower has today announced its commitment to remove the duty of disclosure from its sales and claims processes...

SMEs racking up the hours on compliance – MYOB research

Kiwi business owners spend more than four hours every week meeting tax, regulation and compliance requirements, according to a new...

Loss ring-fencing ups war on renters and owners – Mike Butler

The largely unreported end of the ability of rental property owners to claim losses against other income shows that the...

Mitre 10 names new CEO

Following an international search, Australian retail leader Chris Wilesmith has today been named as the new Chief Executive of home...

Red letter day for five star winner CourierPost

Small businesses are the backbone of our economy, making up 97% of all enterprises in New Zealand. Courier services are...

Q+A: Economists on slowing economy, Reserve Bank capital proposals

Former Reserve Bank Governor Dr Alan Bollard was asked about the Reserve Bank’s proposed new capital requirements on Q+A tonight: "I...

New car sector welcomes discussion on proposed Clean Car initiatives

The Motor Industry Association says we welcome sensible discussions on ways to make vehicles cleaner and greener and the new...

Toyota NZ welcomes transport emissions consultation

Toyota New Zealand says the Government’s planned consultation on clean car standards and discounts is an encouraging step towards reducing...

Environmental protection and climate change impacts on horticulture

Adapting to climate change and implementing a focus on sustainability are, together, driving a shift in the horticulture industry. Growers...

Mercury supports Government’s car carbon proposals

Mercury welcomes the Government’s leadership in reducing emissions in the transport sector through the Clean Car Standard and the Clean...

Startup Dunedin’s inaugural Waste Jam an overwhelming success

Fifty Dunedin locals spent their weekend at Startup Dunedin’s inaugural Waste Jam, a 48 hour event to create new initiatives...

Tourism businesses can encourage sustainable behaviour among travellers

New research offers more incentive for tourism businesses to become more sustainable and share their efforts with international visitors, Tourism...

Commission files proceedings for price fixing in Auckland real estate market

The Commerce Commission has filed High Court proceedings against Ronovation Limited for alleged price fixing in Auckland’s residential real estate...

te Pa Family Vineyards welcomes new General Manager Kelvin Deaker

As the business goes from strength to strength, growing its presence in domestic and international markets through its awarded range...

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