Tuesday, 22 September 2020

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  • Record Median House Prices For Half Of NZ According To REINZ August Data

    13:11 | 11/9/20
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    Median house prices across New Zealand increased by 16.4% in August to $675,000, up from $580,000 in August 2019 and up from $659,000 in July (a 2.4% lift) and every region in the country saw an annual increase in median house prices, according to ... more»
  • Hawke’s Bay Airport Solar Farm Technical Experts Confirmed

    12:34 | 11/9/20
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    Leading renewable energy provider Vector Powersmart has been confirmed as the technical partner for the next stage Hawke’s Bay Airport’s ambitious 10MW commercial solar farm project. Hawke’s Bay Airport Limited chief executive Stuart Ainslie today ... more»
  • Nutanix Targets Multicloud With Karbon Platform Services

    12:32 | 11/9/20
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    Nutanix has announced Karbon Platform Services, a Kubernetes-based multicloud Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) with automated system-managed security, to accelerate the development and deployment of microservices-based apps across any cloud. This offering provides software ... more»
  • 2020 Revisions To Balance Of Payments And National Accounts – Methods Paper

    12:30 | 11/9/20
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    This page explains the revisions to the data sources and methods that will be included in the balance of payments and national accounts for 2020. We make revisions annually, in line with international best practice, to ensure the statistics continue to reflect ... more»
  • Business, Covid, And The 2020 Election

    11:29 | 11/9/20
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    Most businesspeople approve of the Government’s handling of the COVID-19 outbreak, but many are uncomfortable with New Zealand’s resultant debt. And business wants a plan for raising economic performance to deal with Covid fallout. The key findings ... more»
  • Impacts Of COVID-19 On The 2020 CPI Re-weight

    10:50 | 11/9/20
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    On 23 October, we will be releasing the updated weights for the consumers price index (CPI) as part of the three-yearly review of the CPI weights and basket. The updated weights will be based on the 2018/19 Household Economic Survey. These weights ... more»
  • Tomato Shortage Follows Lockdown

    10:47 | 11/9/20
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    Tomato prices rose 38 percent in August 2020 to a weighted average price of $13.65 per kilo, an all-time high, Stats NZ said today. A shortage of tomatoes due to COVID-19 uncertainty caused higher than normal prices. “About 40–50 percent of tomatoes ... more»
  • Mutu, A New App To Lend & Borrow Anything Launches With Over 2000 Users And 1200 Listings.

    10:06 | 11/9/20
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    Move aside Marie Kondo, it turns out all the stuff New Zealanders are tossing to the gutter can actually make them some good pocket money. Cantabrians now have the chance to lend and borrow almost anything with the launch of startup peer-to-peer ... more»
  • Property Prices Nationwide Holding Up ‘extremely Well’

    09:58 | 11/9/20
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    “September is looking up, following a very strong August for real estate across New Zealand. Just months ago, few would’ve expected such positivity in and around property prices going into spring,” says Derryn Mayne, Owner of Century 21 New ... more»
  • ESET Launches Version 6.0 Of Mobile Security

    09:47 | 11/9/20
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    Sydney, September 11, 2020 – ESET, a global leader in cybersecurity, has launched version 6.0 of ESET Mobile Security (EMS), an award-winning solution that provides protection against a multitude of Android mobile security threats such as malware ... more»
  • CERTNZ Advises Of Malware Being Spread Via Email Attachments

    09:12 | 11/9/20
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    Everyday Kiwis now being targeted by Malware. CERTNZ have advised the following: "Malware being spread via email attachments: A malware campaign which is being spread through attachments or links in emails is currently affecting New Zealanders. ... more»
  • Soft Plastics Recycling Scheme Adds More Stores As Future Post Ramps Up Production

    09:00 | 11/9/20
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    With Future Post doubling its processing capacity, the Packaging Forum’s Soft Plastic Recycling Scheme will be adding 15 Countdown stores to the scheme’s collection network. From Monday 14th September , collections bins will return to Auckland Countdown ... more»
  • TSB Good Stuff Puts $250,000 Behind Nine Brilliant Ideas To Benefit New Zealand Communities

    08:19 | 11/9/20
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    TSB has awarded nine grants totalling $250,000 to New Zealanders with great ideas to do good in our communities. TSB Good Stuff provides kickstarter funds of up to $30,000 to New Zealanders with a great idea that will solve problems and create benefits ... more»
  • Last Chance For Warehouse Workers

    08:15 | 11/9/20
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    Warehouse workers have presented their final feedback on corporate management’s restructure and redundancy process in a last-ditch attempt to save jobs and hours in 62 stores around New Zealand and are seeking public support to stop the restructure, ... more»
  • CropX Acquires Regen To Grow Global Footprint And Give Farmers Unmatched In-Soil Insights

    08:12 | 11/9/20
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    CropX, a global soil sensing and agricultural analytics leader, today announced the acquisition of New Zealand-based Regen, a leading provider of cloud-based, precision effluent and irrigation decision support tools. Current Regen customers now have ... more»
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