Thursday, 13 December 2018

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  • Feds back recommendations for Overseer improvements

    14:54 | 12/12/18
    Federated Farmers backs the call from the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment for more work to be done to improve the accuracy and transparency of Overseer.  more»
  • Hallenstein Glasson wary of margin squeeze in second half

    14:50 | 12/12/18
    Dec. 12 (BusinessDesk) - Hallenstein Glasson Holdings is wary of a margin squeeze in the second half of the year in what it describes as tough trading conditions in New Zealand and Australia.  more»
  • Sydney house price downturn could dampen Auckland prices

    14:34 | 12/12/18
    Dec. 12 (BusinessDesk) - The sharp fall in house prices in Sydney this year, down almost 10 percent from their peak in 2017, could have a dampening effect on Auckland's property market, although the shortage of local houses, lower mortgage rates and ... more»
  • Winners of 2018 Hospitality NZ Scholarship announced

    13:58 | 12/12/18
    The eight winners of the 2018 Hospitality NZ/ SKY Future Leaders Scholarship were announced on 11 December. The annual scholarship programme, which is now in its sixth year, identifies eight young people with management potential and who are currently ... more»
  • RBNZ denies central bank exerted influence over CBLI

    13:57 | 12/12/18
    Reserve Bank governor Adrian Orr batted away accusations that the central bank had exerted influence over CBL Insurance’s creditors to support them in its bid for liquidation. more»
  • UDC Finance delivers another record result with $65.3m net

    13:43 | 12/12/18
    UDC Finance has posted a record net profit after-tax of $65.3 million for the Financial Year to 30 September 2018, a 6% increase on the prior financial year.  more»
  • Maori health advocates say ASA lacks cultural awareness

    13:14 | 12/12/18
    The Advertising Standards Authority recently decided not to uphold a complaint from public health collective Healthy Auckland Together (HAT) about advertising junk food to children. The complaint was targeted at a YouTube advertisement for Kinder Surprise. more»
  • Tarewa Road in Whangarei closed to right turns for SH1 work

    13:05 | 12/12/18
    The upgrade of the Tarewa Road intersection with SH1 in Whangarei is stepping up a gear from next week. On Monday, 17 December the right turn into Tarewa Road from SH1 and the right turn out of Tarewa Road onto SH1 will close to all vehicles. The ... more»
  • Travel insurance and the AirNZ strike

    13:03 | 12/12/18
    Consumers are enquiring about whether they will be covered under travel insurance policies for delays and cancellations caused by the proposed Air NZ engineering and logistics staff strike planned for 21, 22 and 23 December. more»
  • Britain's Apax wins over Trade Me, matching rival offer

    12:33 | 12/12/18
    Dec. 12 (BusinessDesk) - British private equity firm Apax Partners has won over Trade Me's board, lifting its offer to match rival Hellman & Friedman's $2.56 billion.  more»
  • Katie Walton promoted to GM of Spark PR & Activate

    12:15 | 12/12/18
    Auckland | 13 December 2018 – Spark PR & Activate, a part of PHD Group, has today announced that Katie Walton has been promoted to General Manager. Walton, most recently the agency’s Client Service Director, has held senior roles at Spark PR & Activate ... more»
  • Market Leaders Symantec and Fortinet Partner

    11:58 | 12/12/18
    AUCKLAND, New Zealand– 12 December 2018 – Symantec Corp. (NASDAQ: SYMC), the world’s leading cyber security company, and Fortinet (NASDAQ: FTNT), a global leader in broad, integrated and automated cybersecurity solutions, today announced an expansive ... more»
  • Hybrid options for the 2019 RAV4

    11:52 | 12/12/18
    The all new RAV4, to be launched in 2019 locally, will be the first Toyota sport utility vehicle to be offered here with self-charging electric hybrid technology.  more»
  • NZ dollar holds near 15-month high vs pound

    11:41 | 12/12/18
    NZ dollar holds near 15-month high vs pound as Brexit woes threaten May's leadership  more»
  • Brokerage firm LINK raises a further $3.4M in capital

    10:50 | 12/12/18
    The country’s leading, and world’s largest business brokerage firm, LINK, has completed its second successful capital raise, raising a further NZ$3.45m. The initial target - set at NZ$3.25m - was bolstered by enthusiasm from internal staff, executives, ... more»
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