Monday, 25 June 2018

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  • The correct facts about tax and rental properties

    13:12 | 19/6/18
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    Westpac Economist, Dominick Stephens, says that property is more lightly taxed in NZ compared to other assets. He quotes a Tax Working Group study to make this claim.  more»
  • Gold Awards for RNZ in New York

    12:34 | 19/6/18
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    The RNZ podcast series The Lost has won a gold award for excellence for its presenter Paloma Migone at the prestigious New York Festivals Radio Awards announced in Manhattan this morning. (NZ time).  more»
  • WorkSafe accepts enforceable undertakings after gas exposure

    12:05 | 19/6/18
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    WorkSafe New Zealand has accepted enforceable undertakings from air conditioning and refrigeration company Airtech Limited, and vegetable packaging and marketing company NZ Hot House Limited following an incident in July 2016 where workers were ... more»
  • 10 Rotorua businesses wanted for growth challenge

    11:57 | 19/6/18
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    19 June 2018 Rotorua businesses are being challenged to grow ten times faster and apply for the ACCELERATE business training programme. Businesses owners and senior leaders are urged to act fast so not to miss out. The programme run by Firestation, ... more»
  • NZ dollar rises to 6-week high vs Aussie

    11:54 | 19/6/18
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    June 19 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar rose to the highest level in more than six weeks against its Australian counterpart on expectations the Australian economy will be harder hit by any slowing in China's growth. more»
  • Zombie firms’ complacent about disruption

    11:41 | 19/6/18
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    Results of the second Suncorp New Zealand Business Success Index reveal that despite an overall increase in business confidence, companies are not prepared for the impact of disruption. more»
  • ZM Announces New Duo to Drive You Home

    11:03 | 19/6/18
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    19 June 2018 – ZM have announced Bree Tomasel and Clint Roberts as their new Drive Show hosts, on air from 2 July.  more»
  • Dodson signs deal with Exedy to drive sales into Europe

    10:49 | 19/6/18
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    Dodson signs deal with Exedy to drive sales into Europe Auckland, 19 June 2018 – Dodson Motorsport has signed a sales partnership agreement with Exedy Clutch Europe that will allow it to expand its sales into 53 countries in Europe and adjacent markets. ... more»
  • Wellington’s top supermarket checkers

    10:48 | 19/6/18
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    Last night, 83 checkout operators from New World and PAK’nSAVE stores across the Wellington region went till-to-till in Foodstuffs North Island’s 70th annual Checker of the Year competition, which has attracted a record number of entries this year. more»
  • Report shows market performed well in winter 2017

    10:47 | 19/6/18
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    The Electricity Authority has today released a report on its review of how the electricity market performed during the winter of 2017.  more»
  • Century 21 home loans prove popular

    10:46 | 19/6/18
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    “We’re picking up a lot of first-home buyers who have been turned away because they don’t quite fit a big bank’s very stringent lending criteria. And with first-home buyers arguably the most active in the market currently, we’ve been busy,” says ... more»
  • Air New Zealand named New Zealand’s Most Attractive Employer

    10:43 | 19/6/18
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    Air New Zealand has been named New Zealand’s Most Attractive Employer in the annual Randstad Employer Brand Awards for a record fifth time.  more»
  • Major retailers pull ionisation smoke alarms

    10:37 | 19/6/18
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    All major DIY stores have agreed to stop selling ionisation smoke alarms following a request from Consumer NZ.  more»
  • HiFX morning Update June 19 2018

    08:35 | 19/6/18
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    The NZD is little changed from yesterday’s open amid subdued trading action as investors assess the potential impact of rising trade tensions between the US and China. more»
  • Foreign buyer ban gets smoother edges

    22:41 | 18/6/18
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    June 18 (BusinessDesk) - Amendments to the government’s foreign buyer ban, if introduced, would give overseas investors more leeway to put money into New Zealand housing developments.  more»
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