Sunday, 19 January 2020

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  • Engineering NZ upholds complaint about tuk-tuk design

    19:21 | 14/1/20
    Engineering New Zealand upholds complaint about tuk-tuk design Engineering New Zealand has upheld a complaint against Wellington engineer Dick Joyce concerning design and certification of tuk-tuks. In September 2016, Mr Joyce signed Inspection Certificates ... more»
  • Real Estate Commissions Remain High As Prices Hit Records

    18:02 | 14/1/20
    As regional house prices continue to grow at pace around New Zealand, and Auckland shows signs of beginning to thaw after a two-year growth hiatus, many real estate agents still charge the same commission percentages they were charging before the ... more»
  • Sudden closure of sawmill shows intervention needed

    15:58 | 14/1/20
    Yesterday’s sudden announcement of the closure of Pacific Pine Industries Ltd, a timber processing and sawmill in Putaruru, has left its 60+ employees reeling. Staff were called in from their annual leave on Monday to a meeting where they were ... more»
  • Employer held to task again, after exploiting workers

    15:51 | 14/1/20
    A Hawke’s Bay based horticulture employer, who breached labour laws in 2015, has again been penalised by the Employment Relations Authority (ERA), this time for breaches against migrant employees in the Bay of Plenty. more»
  • NZVAPOR Supporting Australian Bush Fires

    15:08 | 14/1/20
    NZVAPOR is donating $1 from every bottle of e-liquids sold to help the NSW Rural Fire  more»
  • Fishery officers stop suspected illegal snapper sales

    15:06 | 14/1/20
    Fisheries officers have stopped a group of commercial fishers in the Thames region who were allegedly under-reporting catches and unlawfully supplying snapper to an Auckland fish supply business. more»
  • Issues released for Mylan N.V./Upjohn Inc. clearance

    13:52 | 14/1/20
    Statement of Preliminary Issues released for Mylan N.V./Upjohn Inc. clearance application The Commerce Commission has published a statement of preliminary issues relating to a clearance application from Mylan N.V. (Mylan) and Upjohn Inc. (Upjohn), which ... more»
  • Toyota’s new environmentally-friendly compact SUV

    13:23 | 14/1/20
    The new C-HR hybrid, launched this month, is one of those rare vehicles that appeals to two distinct new car buyers – on the one hand, young professionals looking for a fun and environmentally-friendly compact SUV and on the other, empty nesters with ... more»
  • Hail damage research to fill knowledge gap

    13:22 | 14/1/20
    One of New Zealand’s newest research centers is working to fill in the information gap for winegrowers hit by extreme weather events.  more»
  • Retailers Look to Hybrid Cloud in Search for Flexibility

    12:31 | 14/1/20
    AUCKLAND, New Zealand – 14 January, 2020 – Nutanix , a leader in enterprise cloud computing, today announced the retail industry findings of its second Enterprise Cloud Index Report , measuring retailers’ plans for adopting private, hybrid and ... more»
  • Imminent trade deal lifts sentiment

    12:18 | 14/1/20
    By Michael McCarthy (chief market strategist, CMC Markets and Stockbroking) Investor sentiment lifted again overnight ahead of the signing of the first phase of a new trade agreement between China and the US on Wednesday. Details of intended US concessions ... more»
  • Horrified finding out she had to work on Christmas day

    12:16 | 14/1/20
    New to dairy farming Jess Moore was horrified when she found out she had to work on Christmas day.  more»
  • NZ hotels record solid year in 2019

    12:15 | 14/1/20
    New Zealand hotels recorded a solid year in 2019, with the same national occupancy level as 2018, Tourism Industry Aotearoa says. New statistics from TIA’s 190 member hotels show the average national occupancy level was 79% [1] , the same rate as in ... more»
  • Merger - Heletranz joins forces with INFLITE

    12:12 | 14/1/20
    TODAY, 14th JANUARY 2019 / Heletranz Helicopters and INFLITE announced today that they have merged following a long-term close working relationship in Auckland. The two New Zealand-owned entities will together become the country’s largest premium ... more»
  • Jodie King answers the call as Vodafone NZ’s new CPO

    12:00 | 14/1/20
    Vodafone New Zealand is delighted to announce the appointment of Jodie King to the role of Chief People Officer. King joins Vodafone following six years at Air New Zealand, where she has played a key role in further building the company’s iconic ... more»
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