Monday, 16 July 2018

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  • Need to rethink industrial relations

    14:40 | 13/7/18
    EMA believes the series of recent business-related commentary on low productivity, business confidence dropping and inflation rising, adds to its call for a rethink on the Employment Relations Amendment Bill and other industrial relations legislation. more»
  • NZ manufacturing activity slows

    14:21 | 13/7/18
    July 13 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand's manufacturing activity slowed for a second month in June to the lowest level in six months, as the employment index contracted for a second straight month and the production measure fell to its lowest point since ... more»
  • Last chance to apply for Canon’s Oceania Grants

    14:18 | 13/7/18
    Applications for Canon’s Oceania Grants program are about to close for 2018, offering schools, not-for-profit and community groups the chance to further their causes with a $5,000 grant. more»
  • CBL investigation update

    12:57 | 13/7/18
    The FMA investigation into the conduct of CBL Corporation Limited (“CBL”) and its directors is ongoing. Due to investor interest in these matters an update on the investigation is appropriate at this time. more»
  • Chorus fibre connections climb 9.9% in June quarter

    12:39 | 13/7/18
    Chorus fibre connections climb 9.9% in June quarter, matching copper ADSL lines By Paul McBeth  more»
  • See Schools Earn Much Needed Cash

    12:37 | 13/7/18
    Schools have long-relied upon the support of their local community to seek funding for additional items and excursions to ensure students have access to the latest in technology and educational experience.  more»
  • Future Mobility's Sealegs unit gets permanent injunction

    12:33 | 13/7/18
    July 13 (BusinessDesk) - Future Mobility Solutions said it won a High Court copyright infringement suit against rival boatbuilders that had used technology from its Sealegs amphibious boats. more»
  • Matt Gomm named first Gisborne Young Fruit Grower

    11:50 | 13/7/18
    Matt Gomm, orchard leader at the Burnside Trust, has been named as the first ever Gisborne Young Fruit Grower of the Year at a gala awards dinner on Thursday night.  more»
  • NZ dollar gains as China holds off retaliation

    11:47 | 13/7/18
    July 13 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar recovery extended through Northern Hemisphere trading as China refrained from retaliating immediately to the latest round of US tariffs, set to hit US$200 billion of the Asian powerhouse's exports ... more»
  • Electric vehicle charging sessions sky rocket

    11:44 | 13/7/18
    Vector has seen a 190 per cent increase in electric vehicle (EV) charging sessions in the 12 months to June, a figure that supports Ministry of Transport data that shows EV uptake in New Zealand is sky rocketing. more»
  • Women in Wine launch pilot national mentoring programme

    11:36 | 13/7/18
    A nationwide mentoring programme has been launched to help women within the New Zealand wine industry achieve success.  more»
  • Apiculture New Zealand Conference

    11:27 | 13/7/18
    Beekeepers, packers, processors, and affiliated businesses from the apiculture industry are gearing up for the Apiculture New Zealand National Conference and Trade Exhibition, opening next Sunday, 22 July in Blenheim. more»
  • Different name, same stuff

    10:05 | 13/7/18
    The Commerce Commission is alerting the public to be wary when browsing for products online on sites operated by Digital Sourcing, formerly known as LuxStyle, a company based in Denmark. more»
  • Deeper cultural understanding = better brand performance

    09:40 | 13/7/18
    The top three ranking brands in KPMG New Zealand’s Customer Experience Excellence report approach their customer experiences with a mind-set that’s unique to New Zealand.  more»
  • HealthCare NZ a preferred provider for MidCentral DHB

    09:35 | 13/7/18
    HealthCare New Zealand is thrilled to have been selected as a preferred provider of integrated Home and Community Support Services (HCSS) by MidCentral District Health Board. more»
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