Sunday, 24 March 2019

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  • Opportunity and Passion Drives New Tourism PE Fund

    14:17 | 16/3/19
    In a New Zealand first, Tourism Investment Partners launches a tourism specific private equity fund to invest in attractions, experiences, products and services. The fund is the coming together of Managing Partners Jason Hill and Jonathan Cameron who have ... more»
  • Professionals also have responsibility to Fight Terrorism

    14:14 | 16/3/19
    Fighting financial crime and the evil that follows it, such as distribution of illegal substances and gang wars, is not the responsibility of law enforcement alone. Many countries have laws that enforce the requirement for businesses to identify and report ... more»
  • Terrorist Attack - New Zealand

    13:55 | 16/3/19
    Less than 24 hours ago, New Zealand experienced its largest terrorist attack. At approximately 2.30 pm (NZT) on Friday 15th March 2019, an Australian born white supremist took a stash of guns to two mosques located in Christchurch, New Zealand. more»
  • Update on Air New Zealand Christchurch regional services

    13:11 | 16/3/19
    Regional services from Christchurch have resumed this morning and these flights will be subject to passenger and baggage screening following yesterday’s shooting tragedy in the city for at least the next 48 hours. more»
  • Record Cruise Ship Season Hits 100

    12:57 | 16/3/19
    CentrePort’s record cruise ship season has hit a new milestone with the 100th vessel visiting Wellington – the first time the mark has been achieved in a season in the port’s history.  more»
  • MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares rise on index re-weightings

    21:00 | 15/3/19
    March 15 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand shares rose in heavy trading as index re-weightings heightened activity in a week that had already been punctuated by some large investors repositioning their portfolios. Gentrack led the market higher.  more»
  • NZ dollar rises on North Korea nuke talks

    20:27 | 15/3/19
    March 15 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar rose after a North Korean official threatened to suspend nuclear talks with the United States.  more»
  • Ngawha innovation park gets PGF funding

    20:24 | 15/3/19
    March 15 (BusinessDesk) - Backers of an innovation and enterprise park proposed near Kaikohe will receive $890,000 from the Provincial Growth Fund to test the feasibility of the concept. more»
  • UPDATE: Gradual transition to sustainable agriculture key

    20:23 | 15/3/19
    March 15 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand needs to get right its gradual transition to more sustainable agriculture and ensure that production values are sustained, Agriculture Minister Damien O’Connor says. more»
  • Fitch says NZ bank lending to grow

    20:21 | 15/3/19
    March 15 (BusinessDesk) - Fitch Solutions says New Zealand bank lending growth should pick up this year to 5.2 percent from 4.7 percent in 2018 and then grow by 5.2 percent in 2020. more»
  • Air NZ cancels regional turboprop services out of Chch

    18:47 | 15/3/19
    Air New Zealand has cancelled the remainder of regional turboprop services scheduled to depart from Christchurch this evening following the shooting tragedy in the city.  more»
  • Cathay Pacific announces 2018 annual results

    17:52 | 15/3/19
    Results FY2018 FY2017 Change Revenue HK$ million 111,060 97,284 +14.2% Profit/(Loss) attributable to the shareholders of Cathay Pacific HK$ million 2,345 (1,259) +3,604 Earnings/(loss) per share HK cents 59.6 (32.0) +91.6 Dividend per share HK$ 0.30 ... more»
  • Gradual transition to sustainable agriculture key - O'Connor

    17:33 | 15/3/19
    March 15 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand needs to get right its gradual transition to more sustainable agriculture and ensure that production values are sustained, Agriculture Minister Damien O’Connor says. more»
  • Christchurch event for judges and lawyers cancelled

    17:14 | 15/3/19
    The New Zealand Bar Association has cancelled an event it was holding in Christchurch this evening following today’s mass shooting in the city.  more»
  • Spark will take up right to renew spectrum

    16:53 | 15/3/19
    March 15 (BusinessDesk) - Spark New Zealand will take up its right to renew most of its mobile spectrum rights currently used for 3G and 4G services, although it would have preferred the whole lot.  more»
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