Monday, 25 June 2018

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  • Fletcher's Ross says no change to B+I provisions

    19:23 | 22/6/18
    Fletcher's Ross says no change to B+I provisions, won't comment on delays in Chch airport hotel  more»
  • SeaDragon auditor seeking asset valuation evidence

    17:28 | 22/6/18
    June 22 (BusinessDesk) - SeaDragon's annual accounts got a black mark from its auditors for a second year, with PwC declining to express an opinion on the financial statements after failing to find enough evidence supporting the fish oil supplement maker's ... more»
  • Bendon Merges with Naked Brand

    16:31 | 22/6/18
    The Corporate Advisory team at law firm Wynn Williams has recently acted for Bendon on its merger with Naked Brand and its stock exchange listing on the Nasdaq.  more»
  • 2018 Fonterra Board of Directors’ Election

    16:06 | 22/6/18
    Nominations for the Fonterra Board of Directors’ Election open Friday, 6 July with an election to be held for three farmer-elected Directors.  more»
  • Goodman Fielder seeks clearance to acquire 'Yoplait'

    15:46 | 22/6/18
    Fielder New Zealand Limited to acquire assets related to the manufacture and distribution of ‘Yoplait’ branded yoghurt in New Zealand from Lion - Dairy & Drinks (NZ) Limited. more»
  • Leaky school claim against Carter Holt about a year away

    15:26 | 22/6/18
    Education Ministry's leaky school claim against Carter Holt about a year away By Paul McBeth  more»
  • NZ may produce record volumes of milk this season

    15:03 | 22/6/18
    June 22 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand milk production may grow to a record of nearly 23 billion litres in the 2018/19 season, bolstered by a favourable milk price and adequate feed reserves, and assuming normal weather conditions, according to Rabobank’s ... more»
  • ANZ Bank unlikely to get millions owed by Pumpkin Patch

    15:02 | 22/6/18
    June 22 (BusinessDesk) - Failed children's clothing retailer Pumpkin Patch is unlikely to be able to pay back the millions it owes to ANZ Bank while unsecured creditors will get zilch, according to the latest report by the company's receivers KordaMentha. more»
  • Record entries for Hawke’s Bay Young Fruitgrower competition

    14:36 | 22/6/18
    Eight of Hawke’s Bay’s top young horticulturists will face off in the Hawke’s Bay Young Fruitgrower of the Year competition in Napier on Thursday 28 and Friday 29 June. more»
  • NZ annual net migration falls in May

    14:19 | 22/6/18
    June 22 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand's annual net migration fell in May as the number of foreigners arriving stayed the same but the number of New Zealanders and foreigners leaving rose. more»
  • Bank conduct and culture review - on site visits

    13:55 | 22/6/18
    The joint Financial Markets Authority and Reserve Bank review of conduct and culture in the New Zealand banking sector is progressing rapidly.  more»
  • Steel & Tube agrees to $21.1M sale-and-leaseback

    13:30 | 22/6/18
    June 22 (BusinessDesk) - Steel & Tube Holdings said it agreed to a $21.1 million sale-and-leaseback deal of its Blenheim Road property in Christchurch, a key distribution hub for the company, as part of its restructuring efforts to raise working capital ... more»
  • AG: Letter to Port Companies on audits

    13:05 | 22/6/18
    Port companies: matters arising from our 2016/17 audits 19 June 2018 Letter sent on 19 June 2018 to chief executives and chairs of port companies by Greg Schollum, Deputy Controller and Auditor-General giving a brief summary of the main matters ... more»
  • Michael Hill will close six remaining Emma & Roe stores

    12:49 | 22/6/18
    June 22 (BusinessDesk) - Michael Hill International said it plans to close the remaining six stores of its Emma & Roe chain as well as the sub-brand’s online business at a total cost of no more than $3.1 million, a move allowing the Brisbane-based jewellery ... more»
  • Fletcher Building refreshes board chair and directors

    12:40 | 22/6/18
    June 22 (BusinessDesk) - Fletcher Building's outgoing chair Ralph Norris announced the board's audit and risk committee chair Bruce Hassall will succeed him when he steps down from the troubled building company in September. more»
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