E tu and Chorus contractors discuss contract cuts

E tū union met today with Visionstream and UCG contractors to discuss big cuts by Chorus to payments for maintenance...

Yealands Wine Group achieves carboNZero CertTM certified status

The Yealands Wine Group (Yealands) from Marlborough has recently been re-certified by Enviro-Mark Solutions as New Zealand’s sole carboNZeroCertTM wine...

Shares rise on doves’ wings – CMC Markets

European and US shares lifted in overnight trading as investors backed the nomination of IMF head Christine Lagarde to the...

Ambit bolsters business with series of new hires

Conversation platform company, Ambit has today announced three new senior appointments, following a successful NZ$1.75m capital raise earlier this year. Nick...

Westland shareholders urged not to sell

Social Credit is urging farmers attending the Westland Milk shareholders meeting tomorrow to vote against the sale of the company...

Shares drop as gold soars, oil steadies – CMC Markets

By Michael McCarthy (chief market strategist, CMC Markets and Stockbroking) Asia Pacific share markets are under pressure in morning trading despite...

Transport chaos wake-up call to Government over infrastructure

Today’s transport chaos in Wellington is yet another wake-up call to the Government and the councils that our infrastructure is...

Ruling affirms insurers’ interpretation of assignment law – ICNZ

The decision of the Supreme Court in the IAG v Xu case, released today, has affirmed long-held legal principles regarding...

PGF to ‘bolster’ Kapiti economy

The KÄpiti Coast District Council welcomes the news that two KÄpiti businesses have been successful in securing funding from the...

CEDA receives PGF funding to investigate tourism potential

The Central Economic Development Agency is proud to be leading a significant study focused on transforming Te Apiti - Manawatū...

Food forges link between young and old

The steam is rising above the background of music and chatter as senior students prepare a feast for the residents...

Remote charging removes roadblocks for EV’s

Fiordland, the West Coast and Aoraki Mount Cook National Park can now be easily reached by electric vehicles thanks to...

Ruapehu Ski Transport to operate Mt Ruapehu shuttles this season

Get set to ride a new fleet of 4WD buses to the ski areas on Mt Ruapehu this season. Ruapehu Alpine...

Prue Flacks to succeed Joan Withers as Mercury Chair

Mercury’s Board has appointed Prue Flacks to succeed Joan Withers as Chair when Mrs Withers stands down at the energy...

Construction boom calls for ‘manufacturing’ mindset

Skills shortages, prefabricated construction, boosting the quality of New Zealand’s housing and better buyer education were the key themes under...

Kiwi employers welcome Zero Carbon Bill – MYOB

New Zealand’s SME employers are strongly in favour of the Coalition Government’s target to reduce net emissions by 2050 says...

Toyota New Zealand has appointed a Chief Operating Officer

Toyota New Zealand has, as of 1st July 2019, appointed Neeraj Lala to Chief Operating Officer from his previous role...

Over half of employees in New Zealand have flexible work hours – Stats NZ

Over 50 percent of employees in New Zealand have flexible work hours, allowing them to start and finish work at...

Three new business wins for Youngshand

After a busy period of pitching, YoungShand has secured three new client wins for the first half of 2019. After a...

Prestigious Trans-Tasman agribusiness awards head to NZ for first time

The prestigious trans-Tasman Rabobank Leadership Awards - recognising outstanding leadership in the food and agricultural sector - are to be...

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