Tuesday, 10 December 2019

Markets

  • Strike 3 tomorrow at Woburn Masonic Village

    19:11 | 10/12/19
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    E tu caregivers strike tomorrow for a third time as they continue their fight to end their precarious hours and the 24/7 availability in case of roster changes which is required by their employer, Masonic Care Limited. more»
  • Bus suspensions: drivers reject the same NZ Bus offer again

    18:52 | 10/12/19
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    Over 800 FIRST Union and NZ Tramways Union members who drive buses for Auckland’s largest public transport operator, NZ Bus, met today and rejected the employer’s standing offer of a 2% pay rise, meaning driver suspensions are likely to continue ... more»
  • WorkSafe investigating White Island work activity

    17:27 | 10/12/19
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    WorkSafe New Zealand has opened a health and safety investigation into the harm and loss of life caused by the eruption. As the workplace health and safety regulator and administrator of the Adventure Activities Regulations, WorkSafe will be investigating ... more»
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  • ‘P Lab’ marketing attracts considerable interest

    17:08 | 10/12/19
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    ‘Former P Lab goes under the hammer’ is not the usual marketing headline, but such brutal honesty seems to be working for two South Auckland real estate agents, with open homes busy and interest in their latest listing intensifying.  more»
  • International Research Fellowship winner announced

    16:19 | 10/12/19
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    Sue Barker Charities Law is delighted to announce that its director, Sue Barker, has been awarded the prestigious 2019 New Zealand Law Foundation International Research Fellowship Te Karahipi Rangahau a Taiao, New Zealand’s premier legal research ... more»
  • Flood-affected homeowners encouraged to contact EQC

    14:33 | 10/12/19
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    Homeowners whose properties have suffered damage from the storms and resulting flooding hitting the country in recent days should contact the Earthquake Commission for advice on lodging a claim. more»
  • Ovum ranks Boomi a market leader in cloud-based integration

    14:10 | 10/12/19
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    Sydney, Australia – December 10, 2019 – Boomi, a Dell Technologies business, announced today that Ovum, a global IT research and consulting firm, has named the company a “market leader" in an in-depth analysis of the fast-growing market ... more»
  • Hamilton finance company warned over car loan, repossession

    13:52 | 10/12/19
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    The Commerce Commission has warned Hamilton-based WeCare Finance Limited that, in the Commission’s view, it likely breached the lender responsibility principles of the Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance Act 2003 (CCCFA) by failing to make ... more»
  • New-build rural early child care centre property for lease

    11:49 | 10/12/19
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    The land and building soon to house a purpose-built early child care centre in suburban Auckland have been placed on the market for lease.  more»
  • Tourism expenditure tops $40 billion

    10:47 | 10/12/19
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    Increased spending by international and domestic tourists, saw total tourism spending reach $40.9 billion in the year ended March 2019, Stats NZ said today.  more»
  • Court fines GO Healthy for misleading ‘NZ Made’ claims

    10:21 | 10/12/19
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    Health supplements seller GO Healthy New Zealand Ltd has been fined $337,500 in the Auckland District Court for misleading consumers by claiming its supplements were “made in New Zealand”, when the key ingredients in the majority of its products ... more»
  • Trophy Auckland Property changes hands

    09:56 | 10/12/19
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    An Auckland commercial property with tenants including Massey University, Auckland City Council and Quest Albany has been sold to Auckland businessman and property investor Peter Do for NZ$33 million. The property, 229 Dairy Flat Highway, is a mixed-use ... more»
  • Job losses expected as broadcasting sector faces overhaul

    09:42 | 10/12/19
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    New Zealand’s commercial broadcasters are in trouble and the government is considering a complete restructure of public broadcasting. from www.shutterstock.com , CC BY-ND  more»
  • Health-Conscious Millennials Driving Growth of Organic Wines

    08:28 | 10/12/19
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    Health-conscious millennials are behind the rapid growth in organic, sustainable and vegan suitable wines, and more needs to be done to foster this market as demand for traditional NZ wine plateaus, according to industry experts. more»
  • XE Morning Update December 10, 2019

    08:13 | 10/12/19
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    The NZDUSD opens at 0.6553 (mid-rate) this morning.  more»
  • Shareholders Holding Nearly 60m Shares Join CBL Action

    18:34 | 9/12/19
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    Andrew Bascand, Chair of the CBL Class Action has today confirmed registrations to join the action against the directors and CBL Corporation have been received from investors owning approximately 60 million shares – representing nearly 50% of all ... more»
  • LIC flying in supplies for flood-hit farmers

    17:08 | 9/12/19
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    The critical spring mating period is underway on most of the country’s dairy farms, but heavy rain, slips and floodwaters have closed key roads in the South Island, making it difficult to reach a number of flood-hit farms and get the cows in-calf. ... more»
  • Taradale Family Dental launches new website

    16:52 | 9/12/19
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    A new website has been launched by local dental clinic Taradale Family Dental to provide information to locals who are in need of dental wellness. The website is online at: www.taradalefamilydental.co.nz . more»
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COMP8,622350.40%
DJI27,9101050.38%
SP5003,136100.32%
DAX13,4662361.78%
FTSE7,48850.07%
NI22522,4204081.86%
TWI70.730.090.13%
Currencies
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EURUSD1.1070.0010.09%
NZDUSD0.65470.00000.00%
AUDUSD0.68100.00140.21%
NZDAUD0.96030.00140.15%