Monday, 13 July 2020

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  • Air New Zealand Jets Back To Invercargill

    09:20 | 6/7/20
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    Air New Zealand’s direct A320 jet service between Auckland and Invercargill resumes today. The airline’s first flight from Auckland to Invercargill lands at 12:40pm, with the return departing Invercargill at 1:25pm. The service will operate on Monday, ... more»
  • ASB Donates New Zealand Rugby Sponsorship To Help Kickstart Small Business

    07:50 | 6/7/20
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    ASB is donating its largest sponsorship asset, the All Blacks, Black Ferns and Maori All Blacks, to promote small and medium-sized New Zealand businesses in an effort to spotlight SMEs and stimulate New Zealand’s economy. The bank will create 100 ... more»
  • 2020 Fonterra Responsible Dairying Award Winners Driving Positive Change

    07:47 | 5/7/20
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    Hawke’s Bay/Wairarapa farmers Nick and Nicky Dawson were named the 2020 Fonterra Responsible Dairying Award winners during the New Zealand Dairy Industry Awards on Saturday night and received the John Wilson Memorial Trophy. The prestigious award ... more»
  • 2020 New Zealand Dairy Industry Award Winners Demonstrate Perfect Progression Pathway

    07:45 | 5/7/20
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    The 2020 Share Farmers of the Year are an outstanding example of hard work, dedication and leadership who are honest, traditional and epitomise sharemilker progression planning. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, a gala dinner to announce the winners was ... more»
  • Howler Hotdogs Wins Best Hotdog In 2020 NZ Vegan Sausage Awards

    16:47 | 4/7/20
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    Howler Hotdogs has taken out the top hotdog award in the New Zealand Vegan Sausage Awards. The New Zealand Vegan Sausage Awards honour the best in Kiwi plant-based sausages, recognising the growing number of people choosing plant-based diets. The ... more»
  • Black-Market Tobacco Sidesteps $287 Million In Excise Tax

    04:26 | 4/7/20
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    Year-on-year increases in consumption of illicit tobacco in New Zealand have seen illegal trade swell to 11.5% of the total market. If consumed legally, illicit products would have netted the Government $287 million in excise tax during 2019. Independent ... more»
  • Creating Musical Experiences For 140 Years

    03:40 | 4/7/20
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    The iconic music business, Lewis Eady is celebrating its 140th anniversary in 2020. Established in 1880 by Lewis R Eady, Lewis Eady was the oldest family-owned and operated music business in Australasia until its acquisition by Chiron Group New Zealand in ... more»
  • ITO Combats Sector Skills Shortage Despite Rapidly Evolving Environment

    16:06 | 3/7/20
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    Careerforce, the Industry Training Organisation (ITO) for the broader health & wellbeing sectors has released its 2019 annual report at its recent AGM. 2019 was a year of significant disruption for Careerforce with the announcement in February ... more»
  • Gull Holds Prices On Fuel Tax Hike Until Monday

    15:42 | 3/7/20
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    Gull says despite the extra 4 cents per litre hike brought by the national petrol tax on Wednesday 1 July Gull will continue to hold the line and not raise its prices over the entire weekend until Monday 6 July , the first day of the School Holidays ... more»
  • Mediation Organisations Welcome Farm Debt Mediation Act

    15:05 | 3/7/20
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    Mediation Organisations Welcome Farm Debt Mediation Act The Arbitrators’ and Mediators’ Institute of New Zealand (AMINZ) and Resolution Institute are delighted to see the commencement of the Farm Debt Mediation Act. The Act creates the ability for farmers ... more»
  • Fast Track Bill For Infrastructure Approved But Water Strategy Urgently Needed

    14:55 | 3/7/20
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    IrrigationNZ is pleased to see that the Government’s bill for a short-term consenting process to fast-track projects passed in the House last night. “For far too long we have seen valuable projects fall over because of the long and laborious RMA process, ... more»
  • Domestic Destinations To Wander This Winter

    14:09 | 3/7/20
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    The perfect destinations to “do something new” revealed School holidays are here and with international travel off the cards, Webjet reveals the best backyard breaks to enjoy this end of term – and throughout winter. Plus, to make domestic ... more»
  • Vodafone And Millennium Corp Appoint CEO Of Retail Joint Venture

    12:12 | 3/7/20
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    The specialist joint venture between Vodafone New Zealand and Millennium Corp, created to operate the network of 63 Vodafone New Zealand retail stores throughout Aotearoa, has recently appointed Justin Lobb as CEO. With thirteen years as CEO of Vodafone’s ... more»
  • Introducing Build2’s Premium Earthmoving Services To Auckland

    11:19 | 3/7/20
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    When it comes to planning a new construction or building project, finding an earthmoving and excavation company can be a real hassle. It can be difficult to know who to trust, which earthmoving companies will deliver the results you need, and which ones can ... more»
  • New Good Practice Resources On Managing Conflicts Of Interest

    10:18 | 3/7/20
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    No matter what your role is or how senior you are, there’s a good chance you will have a conflict of interest at some point in your working life. Managing conflicts of interest – both financial and non-financial – helps to maintain trust and ... more»
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