Friday, 17 August 2018

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  • Financial Resilience vs Banks: stop indiscriminate selling

    11:28 | 13/8/18
    Financial Resilience vs Banks: MoneyHub demands banks stop indiscriminately selling financial products to everyone and anyone  more»
  • Science group to help Mycoplasma bovis eradication

    11:27 | 13/8/18
    Science group to help Mycoplasma bovis eradication efforts A science advisory group has been formed to strengthen current efforts to eradicate Mycoplasma bovis ( M. bovis ), and met for the first time on 31st July. Members of the newly formed M. ... more»
  • Mitre 10 to phase out neonicotinoids

    11:23 | 13/8/18
    Mitre 10 New Zealand has today announced products containing neonicotinoids will be phased out of its 82 stores from 1 November 2018.  more»
  • Vegetable prices shoot up in July

    11:19 | 13/8/18
    Higher prices for vegetables led food price inflation of 0.7 percent in July 2018, Stats NZ said today.  more»
  • Financial Resilience at Christmas

    11:11 | 13/8/18
    Christmas may be months away, but the resilience of many families’ finances can be tested in the lead up and credit-crunching aftermath. MoneyHub, the financial comparison website, commissioned a study to compare the various Christmas clubs offered ... more»
  • Financial Resilience Tested

    11:09 | 13/8/18
    MoneyHub, the popular financial comparison website, is seeing an increasing number of visitors flock its ‘debt help’ resource and ‘least worst payday loan’ guide, indicating general financial resilience is being challenged by unrestricted ... more»
  • Experience Aotearoa’s engineering brilliance

    11:02 | 13/8/18
    From robots, to hovercrafts, to rockets and virtual reality, the Week of Engineering has something for everyone.  more»
  • Chch man in running for Entrepreneur of the Year

    10:23 | 13/8/18
    A Christchurch businessman will pitch Dragon’s Den-style in Auckland tomorrow as the sole Christchurch finalist for EY New Zealand Entrepreneur of the Year.  more»
  • Manage your emissions - A call to action for all NZers

    10:19 | 13/8/18
    “It is time to act” say the organisers of a new emissions reduction focused event (Net Zero New Zealand: The Emissions Workshop) planned for later this year. All New Zealand organisations whether in the private or public sector need to understand ... more»
  • FY18 Results and Full Year Report

    10:17 | 13/8/18
    Relentless focus on cost efficiency offsets headwinds in wholesale markets to leave operating free cash flow stable; distributions to shareholders rise  more»
  • Rabobank New Zealand Agribusiness Monthly August 2018

    10:12 | 13/8/18
    Rabobank’s New Zealand Agribusiness Monthly provides timely information and analysis on agricultural conditions, commodity price updates and commentary on the latest sectoral trends and developments. more»
  • VisitorPoint secures AA Travel & Tourism contract

    10:03 | 13/8/18
    A New Zealand brochure distribution company has secured a national contract with the largest visitor guide publisher in the tourism industry.  more»
  • We Built This City on Sausage Rolls (Again)

    09:54 | 13/8/18
    13 August 2018 – Radio station Coast is endeavoring to confirm a hotly contested topic; who is responsible for the best sausage roll in New Zealand. Teaming up with Kiwi Masterchef legend and Coast ambassador Brett McGregor once again, they are embarking ... more»
  • Companies Capitalizing on Branded Reusable Bags

    09:52 | 13/8/18
    With New Zealanders using over 1.6 billion single use plastic bags per year, companies have seen this as a great marketing opportunity to put their company logo and marketing message on reusable promotional bags. Pipi Promotional Products, a promo products ... more»
  • Payments pioneer lights fire under NZ market

    09:48 | 13/8/18
    Payment tools in New Zealand have some catching up to do, according to one of the pioneers of the payments industry in this country.  more»
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