A third of business to still deal with redundancies – Auckland Business Chamber

Right size, right structures, right skills and sheer grit are the fight for life tactics small and medium enterprises are...

Plate to Pasture Youth Scholarships for 2020 – Silver Fern Farms

Silver Fern Farms welcomes applications for the Plate to Pasture Youth Scholarships for 2020. Silver Fern Farms Chief Executive Simon Limmer...

Rodney McCall pleads guilty to Crimes Act and FMA Act charges

Rodney McCall, also known as Rodney Crichton, has today plead guilty to charges brought by the Financial Markets Authority (FMA). In...

Russell McVeagh advises on ANZ’s sale of UDC

Russell McVeagh is pleased to have advised ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited (ANZ NZ) on the sale of its asset...

Markets sag despite ECB boost – CMC Markets

By Michael McCarthy (chief market strategist, CMC Markets and Stockbroking) The European Central Bank increased its commitment to bond buying by...

Opportunities ahead as rental assistance, working from home look set to continue – Colliers

A new survey suggests commercial property investors see plenty of opportunity in the months ahead, despite ongoing uncertainty around the...

Extended support announcement welcomed – Canterbury Employers Chamber

Today’s announcement by Minister for Small Business Hon Stuart Nash regarding an extension of support for businesses that continue to...

Air New Zealand proposes further wage cuts of $150 million – E tu Union

Air New Zealand staff are dismayed and angered at the company’s announcement to cut a further $150 million from their...

Extensions to support schemes welcomed – BusinessNZ

The BusinessNZ network has welcomed extensions to the Government’s loan and wage subsidy schemes, saying they would help both employers...

Industrial support services site with development potential for sale – Bayleys

A temporary workers accommodation facility and a heavy vehicle storage yard are two of the cost-effective development options being proposed...

Govt tourism funding for Wellington and Wairarapa

Tempting Kiwis to visit Wellington and the Wairarapa post-lockdown through sassy marketing campaigns just got a financial boost. WellingtonNZ (up to...

The effect of lockdown on landlords and tenants – NZPIF

"Landlords provide a service by making homes available for other people to live in. This service costs money and landlords...

‘Why Company-X has always believed in working from home’

Working from home has become the new normal for many people during the COVID-19 pandemic, but Company-X has offered its...

New Zealanders enjoying a lot of self-love in lockdown

A snap lockdown sex survey has revealed New Zealanders have been enjoying their alone time in the six weeks of...

Statement from Invercargill Airport general manager

We are disappointed that Airways have decided to close the Air Traffic Control Tower at Invercargill Airport. We do not support...

Workers at Dunedin Railways step up fight to protect services and jobs

Rail and Maritime Transport Union media release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday 8 May 2020 Workers at Dunedin Railways Limited are disappointed...

Vodafone boosts connectivity for rural New Zealanders in Westland district

Vodafone has switched on additional 4G mobile services in the Westland district, which means more New Zealanders can stay connected...

New real estate model set to reduce cost of sale for Kiwi homeowners

A new property sale model which reduces the need to use real estate agents by pre-qualifying buyers could save Kiwi...

‘Kiwifruit growers appeal after Govt confirmed as culprit behind release of virus’

Kiwifruit growers, whose livelihoods were decimated when the Government let the deadly PSA disease into New Zealand in 2009, have...

ISG in strong position thanks to insightful IT investment

Investment Services Group (ISG) chose to enter lockdown a week early and continues to have all 43 staff work from...

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