Saturday, 21 September 2019

Latest News

  • UPDATE: 97% SkyCity union members vote for strike

    11:56 | 21/9/19
    SEA-Unite media UPDATE: 97% SkyCity union members vote for Rugby World Cup Strike - Tutira mai nga iwi!  more»
  • Low interest rates call for family collaboration

    11:55 | 21/9/19
    With a record low Official Cash Rate delivering both low mortgage rates and low bank deposits rates, it’s the perfect time for young renters to talk to their parents about buying a property together. more»
  • Spark Sport reaches 60,000 livestreams

    11:31 | 21/9/19
    Spark Sport reaches 60,000 livestreams on an exciting opening night of Rugby World Cup 2019 Spark Sport had a very successful Rugby World Cup debut tonight, with almost 60,000 customers tuning in live to watch the opening ceremony and hosts Japan beat ... more»
  • Winners announced for NAWIC Excellence Awards

    11:21 | 21/9/19
    Winners announced for NAWIC Excellence Awards, in partnership with BCITO From managing directors to apprentices across the country, this year’s finalists and winners universally impressed judges in the National Association of Women in Construction ... more»
  • MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares gain

    20:59 | 20/9/19
    Sept. 20 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand shares rose in heavy trading as Kiwi Property Group and Kathmandu Holding gained on strong volumes, with the quarterly index reweighting driving traffic.  more»
  • NZ dollar sags after avalanche of data

    20:45 | 20/9/19
    Sept. 20 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar was little changed but with a decidedly soft tone after a busy week for global central banks, data from China, Australia and New Zealand, and ahead of a local rate decision next week. more»
  • Fulton Hogan keeps Australian civil construction unit

    19:33 | 20/9/19
    Sept. 20 (BusinessDesk) - Fulton Hogan decided to keep its Australian civil construction division after potential buyers didn't make a tempting enough offer.  more»
  • Fonterra board starts planning chair succession

    19:33 | 20/9/19
    Sept. 20 (BusinessDesk) - Fonterra Cooperative Group's board has started thinking about who should lead the country's dominant dairy processor through its new strategy, but that won't necessarily see John Monaghan leave.  more»
  • Call for fish oil paper’s immediate retraction

    18:51 | 20/9/19
    Natural Health Products NZ says that a NZ Medical Journal paper on fish oil products is so fundamentally flawed that it should be retracted immediately, and a public apology issued to the natural health products industry. more»
  • Melling interchange construction must follow consents

    17:49 | 20/9/19
    Improving traffic flows north of Wellington along State Highway 2 is one step closer today following the New Zealand Transport Agency's decision to proceed with consent applications for a new Melling interchange, says the Wellington Chamber of Commerce. more»
  • Time for congestion pricing has come - NZIER

    17:33 | 20/9/19
    Sept. 20 (BusinessDesk) - Options being considered to fund transport development in Auckland and ease road congestion need to be part of a consistent framework that can be applied in other parts of the country, the New Zealand Institute of Economic ... more»
  • Commission to appeal Steel & Tube sentence

    16:58 | 20/9/19
    The Commission has today filed an application for permission to appeal against the sentence imposed on Steel and Tube Holdings Limited (Steel & Tube) for false and misleading representations about steel mesh products. more»
  • Independent Director Simon Israel to retire from board

    15:43 | 20/9/19
    Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited has announced that after more than six years as an Independent Director, Simon Israel has decided he will step down from the Fonterra Board at its Annual Meeting on the completion of his current term of appointment. ... more»
  • Changing regulation biggest concern for real estate

    14:41 | 20/9/19
    The issue that could have the greatest impact on the real estate profession over the next three years is changing government and local council regulations, according to research issued today by the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ). According ... more»
  • Reade appointed new CEO at Northland Inc

    14:10 | 20/9/19
    Northland Inc today (Friday) announced the appointment of Murray Reade as its new Chief Executive Officer.  more»
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