Sunday, 19 January 2020

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  • CoreLogic - 2019 Best of the Best NZ (BoB) Report

    19:43 | 19/12/19
    Best of the Best ‘BoB’ takes a deep dive into the NZ property markets & highlights the top best performing regions (house & unit) nationally & across each of the capital cities. Complementing the ‘BoB’ report analysis led by our ... more»
  • Auction of special-edition Ford Mustang ends with delight

    16:24 | 19/12/19
    (Headline abbreviated, original headline: Auction of special-edition Ford Mustang ends with delighted new Bullitt owner and welcome contribution to children’s charity)  more»
  • Fonterra appoints interim CEO Greater China

    16:15 | 19/12/19
    Fonterra is pleased to appoint Teh-Han Chow as its interim CEO Greater China. Fonterra CEO Miles Hurrell says the creation of this new role on the Fonterra Management Team reflects the importance of the China market to the Co-op and it will sit alongside ... more»
  • Runaway Play celebrates 10 years

    16:07 | 19/12/19
    Award winning New Zealand games studio, Runaway Play is celebrating its 10 year anniversary this week - a rare feat in the fiercely competitive games industry. Based in Dunedin, New Zealand, Runaway Play create free-to-play mobile games inspired by the natural ... more»
  • Yield-hunting offshore investors put NZ on the map

    16:04 | 19/12/19
    The global hunt for higher-yielding commercial property assets has propelled New Zealand onto the world stage, leading to a significant uptick in offshore investment at the top end of the market. more»
  • Politics and monetary policy to shape property sector

    15:50 | 19/12/19
    The general election and monetary policy measures will be key features influencing New Zealand’s commercial property sector in 2020, a new report suggests.  more»
  • How has your income changed?

    15:11 | 19/12/19
    A new interactive web tool lets people see how incomes have changed where they live, Stats NZ said today.  more»
  • Promisia Integrative announces new business direction

    14:38 | 19/12/19
    NZX-listed Promisia Integrative (NZX:PIL) announced today it will be taking a completely new direction in place of its joint health dietary supplement business.  more»
  • NZ Online Retail Sales - November 2019

    14:32 | 19/12/19
    HIGHLIGHTS • The attached note is an early release covering November online retail sales. Figures are provisional . • NZ’s total online retail spending in November was 4% higher than a year ago. Recent months were stronger, running at 8% year-on-year ... more»
  • Capital Review background papers and response to submissions

    14:09 | 19/12/19
    The Reserve Bank of New Zealand has released background materials and papers to its final decisions on the Capital Review, along with its response to submissions on the fourth and final consultation paper,  How much capital is enough?  more»
  • Spark to keep holiday-goers connected this summer

    13:58 | 19/12/19
    Spark will deploy more than 60 temporary cell sites to holiday destinations around the country as visitors pour into Kiwi hot spots this summer  more»
  • Vital allotment of distribution reinvestment plan units

    13:42 | 19/12/19
    For the purposes of Listing Rule 7.12.1, the Manager of Vital Healthcare Property Trust, NorthWest Healthcare Properties Management Limited, hereby advises the following new units have been issued:  more»
  • Up and Coming Kiwi talent taking on the Global Stage

    12:42 | 19/12/19
    Up and coming talent from Auckland University have worked with Grow NZ Business to launch a new venture that now has members across 161 countries, demonstrating the quality of talent coming through the University pipeline.  more»
  • Kiwi growth remains potential

    12:21 | 19/12/19
    Today's report was a misfortunate mixed bag of data and devils in detail. The Kiwi economy recorded a strong 0.7% gain in Q3 2019 (Kiwibank 0.6%, consensus 0.5%). But the better than expected gain hides the weakness in the downward revisions to Q2 ... more»
  • Misleading green claim on baby wipes leads to recall

    12:19 | 19/12/19
    A major brand of baby wipes that claimed to be “100% biodegradable” is being recalled after a Consumer NZ test found the claim was misleading.  more»
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