Sunday, 19 January 2020

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  • SAFE says Ministry for Primary Industries is failing animals

    16:12 | 20/12/19
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    An exposé which aired on Newshub Live last night showed dying, dead and rotting hens on a Whangarei colony cage farm. The footage from Northern Eggs showed bodies of hens that had been long-dead, trampled-flat into the floor of the cages, in clear ... more»
  • New prime stock key to meeting demand across all sectors

    15:16 | 20/12/19
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    Office Low vacancy continued through the third quarter, with occupiers looking to move up the grade spectrum facing minimal options. Projects currently in the pipeline should alleviate a portion of this pent-up demand over the coming quarters, with ... more»
  • Bachcare statement

    15:14 | 20/12/19
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    Bachcare respects and accepts the court’s ruling and sentencing. We have fully cooperated with the Commerce Commission throughout its 21-month investigation and have met every request. The charges and subsequent sentencing fine relate solely ... more»
  • Entrada Travel Group Acquires Frankland Island Reef Cruises

    15:07 | 20/12/19
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    Entrada Travel Group has today announced the acquisition of Frankland Islands Reef Cruises, the third in a series of recent investments in Tropical North Queensland by the New Zealand-based tourism company. CEO John Thorburn says Frankland Islands ... more»
  • Warrant of Fitness system ‘broken’

    15:06 | 20/12/19
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    The government must act to rebuild a ‘broken’ Warrant of Fitness system, says the car review website dogandlemon.com .  more»
  • Sarah Keene a 'Star Individual' for Competition/Antitrust

    13:50 | 20/12/19
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    Sarah Keene a 'Star Individual' for Competition/Antitrust Russell McVeagh Partner Sarah Keene has been named a 'Star Individual' by Chambers and Partners - the only individual in New Zealand to have received this ranking for Competition/Antitrust. ... more»
  • Air NZ opens new look Wellington Domestic Lounge

    13:32 | 20/12/19
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    The new lounge is slightly larger with 374 seats available for customers, reflecting a 10 percent increase. There will also be six different zones – a café and bar, barista station, business, lounge and quiet areas, as well as a self-service food ... more»
  • Progressing business across borders.

    12:45 | 20/12/19
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    The Indian High Commissioner, Muktesh Pardeshi, addressed the members of the India New Zealand Business Council and the business community in Auckland on 18 December 2020 at EY more»
  • Company failed to ensure contractor's capabilities

    12:19 | 20/12/19
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    WorkSafe is reminding companies to ensure the contractors they employ are competent for the job at hand.  more»
  • Commitment to change lifts audit grades

    11:27 | 20/12/19
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    Commitment to change lifts audit grades Caption: Eyrewell farmer Scott Evans (left) chats with environmental consultant Paul Reese during a Farm Environment Plan (FEP) audit. Scott has received A and B audit grades for his farms.  more»
  • SkyPath acquisition a win/win

    11:25 | 20/12/19
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    NZTA's acquisition of the SkyPath design and brand is a win/win. SkyPath Trust's Bevan Woodward says "With NZTA's considerable resources now focused on the project, we will see the delivery of an enhanced pathway across the Waitemata Harbour. more»
  • Bachcare convicted and fined for misleading online reviews

    10:01 | 20/12/19
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    Holiday rental management and accommodation company Bachcare has been fined $117,000 for misleading consumers by altering and withholding publication of online reviews posted by users of its accommodation services.  more»
  • Crunch time for Santa's reindeer

    09:35 | 20/12/19
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    Santa will be busier than ever delivering presents to New Zealand children on Christmas Eve this year, according to the 2018 Census, Stats NZ said today.  more»
  • Workers kick off nationwide living wage t-shirt protest

    09:14 | 20/12/19
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    Cotton On retail workers throughout New Zealand kicked off a protest yesterday that will see FIRST Union members around the country proudly wearing "Cotton H(on)est - Living Wage" t-shirts at work until Christmas Eve in protest at the company’s ... more»
  • XE Morning Update December 20, 2019

    08:54 | 20/12/19
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    NZDUSD 0.6604 0.4% NZDEUR 0.5936 0.4% NZDGBP 0.5069 0.9% NZDJPY 72.12 0.1% NZDAUD 0.9594 0.0% NZDCAD 0.8667 0.5% GBPNZD 1.9726 -0.9%  more»
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