Saturday, 28 November 2020

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  • Government RSE Worker Announcement Welcomed By Apple Industry

    08:35 | 27/11/20
    New Zealand Apples & Pears (NZAPI), the industry body representing all apple and pear growers in New Zealand, has welcomed the government's announcement that 2,000 additional RSE workers will be able to enter New Zealand early next year. Chief ... more»
  • CentrePort Vision A Clear Way Forward For The Waterfront

    08:18 | 27/11/20
    Yesterday morning, CentrePort shared their vision for Wellington’s port and waterfront and received a positive response from the Wellington Chamber of Commerce and the business attendees. "The port plays a significant role in our city and regional ... more»
  • RSE Announcement A Welcome Reprieve

    08:17 | 27/11/20
    Business Central has welcomed the Government's decision to allow an extra 2,000 seasonal workers into New Zealand in early 2021. "The horticulture and wine industry have been calling for this announcement for several months now, so it is ... more»
  • Vero Research Reveals Small Businesses Are Confident About Natural Disaster Resilience

    08:16 | 27/11/20
    Natural disasters rank well down the list of concerns highlighted by Kiwi SMEs, according to Vero’s most recent SME Insurance Index . The Index, which surveyed 900 Small and Medium Sized Enterprise owners (SMEs) found that natural disaster ranks ... more»
  • Outstanding Co-operative Success And Leadership Celebrated At Annual Awards

    08:10 | 27/11/20
    Cooperative Business New Zealand Awards 2020. The Cooperative Business New Zealand Annual Awards, which recognise outstanding leadership and success within the co-operative business sector, were presented at a ceremony held at the Christchurch Transitional ... more»
  • G20 International Merchandise Trade Rebounds In Q3 Of 2020 But Remains Below Pre-pandemic Level

    08:07 | 27/11/20
    G20 international merchandise trade rebounded sharply in the third quarter of 2020 (exports up 21.6% and imports up 18.1%) after its precipitous fall in the second quarter of 2020 as lockdown measures were brought in across the globe. However, international ... more»
  • Cream Of The Crop Will Get To Market

    06:13 | 27/11/20
    Government has put business, the health and safety of people and the economy at the front of the queue and will open the borders from the New Year to bring in 2000 experienced seasonal workers from the Pacific, and streamline bureaucracy to allow ... more»
  • Icebreaker Appoints FIRST Digital As Analytics Partner

    06:12 | 27/11/20
    FIRST Digital will be providing ongoing analytics, insights and tracking implementation support for Icebreaker’s global ecommerce team. FIRST Digital NZ has been working on key analytics, conversion and tracking implementation projects for Icebreaker ... more»
  • Horticulture Industry Appreciates Government’s Decision On RSE Workers

    06:04 | 27/11/20
    The horticulture industry says it is appreciative of the Government’s decision to let 2000 Recognised Seasonal Employer (RSE) workers from the Pacific into New Zealand under strict quarantine and employment conditions. ‘Horticulture has an ... more»
  • Kiwis Nuts About Pic's As It Takes The Chocolates

    06:00 | 27/11/20
    The 2nd wave of Opinion Compare’s Brand Reputation Index results sees a new brand take the coveted crown of best Brand Reputation in New Zealand. The Brand Reputation Index measures factors and perceptions around brand love, quality, purpose and longevity ... more»
  • Debt Consolidation Loans Compared

    16:45 | 26/11/20
    MoneyHub's re-launched guide to debt consolidation loans helps explain the benefits of combining debts into one loan. For homeowners, the guide explored the option of a revolving mortgage facility which can work out to be significantly cheaper than ... more»
  • TAIC Reports On Fatal In-flight Breakup Of Helicopter At Lake Wanaka, July 2018

    13:36 | 26/11/20
    Mast bumping caused an in-flight breakup of a helicopter over Lake Wanaka, says the Transport Accident Investigation Commission (TAIC). The Commission today released its Final Report into the 21 July 2018 accident, which fatally injured the pilot, ... more»
  • Precinct Properties Chief Executive Takes The Reins As Property Council National Chair

    13:21 | 26/11/20
    Chief Executive of Precinct Properties, Scott Pritchard, has today been elected as Property Council New Zealand’s National Chair. Mr Pritchard will lead the organisation’s governing National Board, replacing Goodman New Zealand Chief Executive, John Dakin, ... more»
  • China’s Growth Outshines World’s Gloom

    13:08 | 26/11/20
    As the rest of the world wrestles with surging COVID-19 cases and plummeting economic growth data, China appears to be functioning in a different universe, at least over the second half of 2020. After enduring the initial and major outbreak at Wuhan at ... more»
  • COVID-19 Impacts KiwiRail’s FY20 Result

    12:43 | 26/11/20
    The COVID-19 pandemic had a significant impact on KiwiRail’s bottom line for the past financial year, but rigorous operational changes and cost savings measures have helped stabilise the business, KiwiRail chairman Brian Corban says. KiwiRail Holdings ... more»
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