Friday, 17 August 2018

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  • Commission to sue Viagogo

    11:55 | 15/8/18
    The Commerce Commission is to commence civil proceedings in the High Court against Switzerland-based ticket resale website Viagogo.  more»
  • Fonterra CEO Spierings goes early after milk price trimmed

    11:50 | 15/8/18
    Aug. 15 (BusinessDesk) - Fonterra Cooperative Group chief executive Theo Spierings is leaving the role early after the world's biggest dairy exporter lowered its farmgate payout and trimmed its dividend to retain cash.  more»
  • Low Interest and Balance Transfer Credit Cards Offer Help

    11:37 | 15/8/18
    Low Interest and Balance Transfer Credit Cards Offer a Helping Step Up to Financial Resilience  more»
  • Life-Changing Financial Support Increasingly Available

    11:36 | 15/8/18
    With New Zealand’s total household debt rapidly rising and now exceeding $250 billion, MoneyHub’s review of personal debt relief options reveals glimmers of hope to those struggling with high-interest credit.  more»
  • Low Income New Zealanders Pay Most for Insurance Products

    11:35 | 15/8/18
    MoneyHub’s continued investigation and review of financial products reveals a lack of suitable insurance products targeting people with a low income. While most policies offer monthly payments that invariable help customers to spread payments ... more»
  • Jasmax Shortlisted for NZ Architecture Awards

    11:26 | 15/8/18
    Forty-eight of the best architecture projects nationwide have been shortlisted for the New Zealand Architecture Awards. We are proud to announce that the interior fitouts for GridAKL’s: 12 Madden Street (Innovation 5A) & Mason Bros has been shortlisted ... more»
  • Sparks likely to fly over Kiwi satisfaction results

    11:24 | 15/8/18
    Telecommunications and energy company Trustpower is outperforming its bigger rivals, including winning top Home Broadband Service Provider in the country.  more»
  • Draft decision to approve Wellington conductor replacement

    11:15 | 15/8/18
    The Commerce Commission has released its draft decision proposing to approve $23.5 million for Transpower to replace the conductors (overhead wires) and strengthen the structures of a 9.5km section of its high voltage direct current (HVDC) transmission ... more»
  • Subsidised broadband Spark Jump

    11:09 | 15/8/18
    Today Spark Foundation and Web Access Waikato Trust have announced that subsidised broadband is now reaching more families across the Waikato in Morrinsville, Mangakino, Te Aroha, Paeroa, Huntly, Te Kauwhata, Meremere and Hamilton enabling more students ... more»
  • Gender pay gap is second-smallest

    11:08 | 15/8/18
    The gender pay gap was 9.2 percent in the June 2018 quarter, Stats NZ said today.  more»
  • The Warehouse leaps into the AI future with Google

    11:03 | 15/8/18
    The Warehouse has launched a new ‘Snap and Shop’ feature on its mobile app allowing people to take photos of items they like on their smartphones and instantly match them with thousands of available products in its catalogue.  more»
  • Infratil and Mercury full takeover offer for Tilt Renewables

    10:55 | 15/8/18
    15 August 2018 Infratil Limited and Mercury NZ Limited today announced their intention to make an offer to acquire 100% of the fully paid ordinary shares in Tilt Renewables Limited for NZ$2.30 per share.  more»
  • Judgment: Feltex IPO Prospectus

    10:50 | 15/8/18
    This summary is provided to assist in the understanding of the Court’s judgment. It does not comprise part of the reasons for that judgment. The full judgment with reasons is the only authoritative document. The full text of the judgment and reasons ... more»
  • Report on responsible camping recommendations positive

    10:42 | 15/8/18
    The Government’s plans to manage responsible camping recognise there are no simple answers, and will build on work the industry has already undertaken, Tourism Industry Aotearoa says. more»
  • Draft report on review of Fonterra’s 2017/18 base milk price

    10:18 | 15/8/18
    The base milk price is the average price that Fonterra pays farmers for raw milk, which was set at $6.75 per kilogram of milk solids for the season just ended.  more»
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