Wednesday, 21 August 2019

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  • SOH Storytelling: Odyssey House partnership story

    14:10 | 20/8/19
    Switched On is proud to have supported Odyssey House in Christchurch to set up a social enterprise supplying window sashes and frames for social housing projects. The initiative provides training opportunities for men in Odyssey’s residential ... more»
  • Singapore Airlines moves a vote of confidence in Wellington

    14:06 | 20/8/19
    Wellington Chamber of Commerce welcomes the news that Singapore Airlines is introducing one of the world’s most modern aircraft to its Wellington-Melbourne-Singapore service.  more»
  • Provincial retail and industrial property portfolio

    13:04 | 20/8/19
    A substantial provincial city commercial and industrial property portfolio - featuring a block of high street shops, a vehicle testing station, and an industrial hub - has been placed on the market for sale. more»
  • Nominations are opening for Central Lakes Trust elections

    12:33 | 20/8/19
    “Every three years, we, as a community get to vote on who will represent us and serve on the Board of Central Lakes Trust,” says Trust Chair, Linda Robertson.  more»
  • Moody's sees pressure on NZ banks' profitability

    12:29 | 20/8/19
    Aug. 20 (BusinessDesk) - Moody’s Investors Service says slow credit growth, low interest rates and rising costs will weigh on the profitability of New Zealand banks in the next 12 to 18 months. more»
  • New AI legaltech product launched in New Zealand

    12:09 | 20/8/19
    McCarthyFinch and MinterEllisonRuddWatts announce authorDOCS Business Edition - an artificial intelligence (AI) powered legaltech tool delivering faster contract drafting and review. more»
  • Breaking wholesale stranglehold on petrol supply

    12:05 | 20/8/19
    Aug. 20 (BusinessDesk) - A stranglehold on the wholesale supply of petrol and diesel is at the core of New Zealand's less than fully competitive transport fuel market and it should be loosened, the Commerce Commission says in the draft findings of ... more»
  • FIRST CUT: Mercury earnings fall less than expected

    12:04 | 20/8/19
    Aug. 20 (BusinessDesk) - Mercury NZ's annual operating earnings fell 11 percent, less than forecast, as record geothermal production helped offset a dry spell in the North Island that weighed on its hydro schemes.  more»
  • NZ Squad for World Butchers’ Challenge Curtain Raiser

    11:51 | 20/8/19
    New Zealand has finalised the ANZCO Foods Young Butchers of New Zealand Squad that will compete at the World Champion Butcher Apprentice and Young Butcher competitions – the curtain raiser to the World Butchers’ Challenge in Sacramento next September. more»
  • Comvita says KPMG's audit delays reporting of annual results

    11:32 | 20/8/19
    Aug. 20 (BusinessDesk) - Honey products company Comvita says it has delayed reporting its annual results to no later than Friday of this week.  more»
  • Nib NZ has risk and culture review on the radar

    11:10 | 20/8/19
    Aug. 20 (BusinessDesk) - Australian health insurer nib Holdings will review its risk and culture in New Zealand as trans-Tasman financial services come to grips with the regulatory crackdown on the sector. more»
  • NZ dollar drifts lower as greenback gains

    11:07 | 20/8/19
    Aug. 20 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar is weaker after the greenback benefited from improving risk appetite.  more»
  • Resource Consent Issued for Waimarie Street Development

    10:15 | 20/8/19
    Oceania Healthcare is pleased to announce that it has obtained resource consent from Auckland Council for its development at Waimarie Street in St Heliers, Auckland. The resource consent application was publicly notified, and the application was heard ... more»
  • Regional News Coverage to Be Boosted

    09:29 | 20/8/19
    Eight journalists are being sought to work as local democracy reporters in regional newsrooms across New Zealand. The recruitment aims to boost reporting on local body issues and the work of publicly funded institutions, local councils, health boards ... more»
  • International log war hurting New Zealand

    09:19 | 20/8/19
    The country's wood processors say the international log price war and protected overseas economies are crippling the New Zealand trade.  more»
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