Monday, 21 October 2019

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  • New Zealand manufacturers still struggling

    14:18 | 11/10/19
    New Zealand’s manufacturing activity shrank for a third month in September as production hit its lowest level in more than seven years.  more»
  • Investors Back FileInvite’s Global Growth

    13:41 | 11/10/19
    Auckland, 11 October 2019 - FileInvite, a secure cloud-based platform for personal information used in loan applications, has attracted an additional $1M from local and offshore investors, bringing the total raised in 18 months to over NZ$2M.  more»
  • Westpac Auckland Business Awards 2019

    13:36 | 11/10/19
    Westpac Auckland Business Awards 2019 Unleashed Software has won the Supreme Business Excellence Award at last night’s Westpac Auckland Business Awards 2019 – North & West region. more»
  • Approved satellite payloads - Kiwi space industry taking off

    13:14 | 11/10/19
    Approved satellite payloads show Kiwi space industry taking off The New Zealand Space Agency has today released information about satellite payloads approved for launch by Rocket Lab from its Mahia launch complex, showing the diverse range of ... more»
  • Walmart US boss flies home as incoming Air NZ CEO

    12:52 | 11/10/19
    Air New Zealand has appointed Greg Foran, currently chief executive of Walmart US, as its new CEO from early next year.  more»
  • Michael Hill Q1 sales rise 9.7%

    12:49 | 11/10/19
    Jeweller Michael Hill International reported a 9.7 percent lift in September-quarter sales but said margin compression continues.  more»
  • Sky fightback sees it keep Cricket World Cup rights

    12:32 | 11/10/19
    Sky Network Television bounced back from yesterday's loss of the domestic cricket broadcasting rights with a deal that will see it keep world cup coverage for the next four years.  more»
  • New NZTA CEO just what NZ needs

    12:01 | 11/10/19
    The appointment of Nicole Rosie as NZTA CEO is exactly what New Zealand needs to reduce our dreadful road toll and improve transport choice, says MOVEMENT Spokesperson and Transport Planner Bevan Woodward. more»
  • Housing Decision Welcomed

    11:51 | 11/10/19
    Tranzasia Corporation welcomes the Governments news regarding the easing of restrictions around consents for modular homes and is pleased the Government has taken into account intensive lobbying for change from the industry. more»
  • NZ dollar falls against British pound

    11:18 | 11/10/19
    The New Zealand dollar tumbled against the British pound after Ireland's prime minister said a Brexit deal by Oct. 31 is possible.  more»
  • Spring lift in card spending

    10:45 | 11/10/19
    Retail card spending saw a slight spring forward in September 2019, mainly driven by consumer spending on household essentials, such as groceries, Stats NZ said today.  more»
  • MMC to acquire Aegis from ASB

    09:56 | 11/10/19
    Investment administration specialist MMC is set to acquire ASB’s private wealth administration and custody business after signing a sale and purchase agreement with ASB yesterday. more»
  • Air New Zealand Chief Executive Officer Appointment

    09:16 | 11/10/19
    Air New Zealand’s Board of Directors has appointed Greg Foran as the airline’s next Chief Executive Officer.  more»
  • 150 Jobs to be Created with NZ Launch of Global Food Chain

    09:13 | 11/10/19
    New Zealand is to become the 16th country to see the opening of one of Japan’s fastest growing restaurant chains which features a bespoke multi-million-dollar fit-out.  more»
  • XE Morning Update - October 11, 2019

    08:50 | 11/10/19
    The NZD opens at 0.6321 The big mover overnight has been the GBP, with the Pound up circa 1.5% across the board. There was a meeting between Boris Johnson and the Irish PM, which was “Positive and promising”. The market has really latched on ... more»
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