Monday, 16 July 2018

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  • NZ food prices rise 0.2% in June

    14:21 | 12/7/18
    July 12 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand food prices rose in June, led by higher costs for takeover foods and restaurant meals following an increase in the minimum wage.  more»
  • Lifestyle farmers also have M. bovis and biosecurity role

    13:42 | 12/7/18
    Lifestyle farmers also have M. bovis and biosecurity role News that a lifestyle block in Rakaia with 24 animals has tested positive for Mycoplasma bovis shows that all cattle farming operations must take heed of the disease, Federated Farmers Dairy ... more»
  • ComCom indicates concerns with Ingenico, Paymark merger

    13:23 | 12/7/18
    July 12 (BusinessDesk) - The Commerce Commission has indicated it has concerns with French payments systems provider Ingenico's planned acquisition of Paymark, as it might substantially lessen competition. more»
  • Total New Zealand Radio New Zealand Audience Measurement

    13:11 | 12/7/18
    Auckland, July 12th – Results of the Total New Zealand 2018 Radio New Zealand Measurement Survey 2 conducted by GfK were released today at 1pm.  more»
  • Communication Arts Recognise Strategy Creative

    12:37 | 12/7/18
    Strategy Creative is proud to announce the recognition of Communication Arts for their brand development of Okko Filters.  more»
  • Seeing the big picture on travel

    12:18 | 12/7/18
    New Zealanders will be able to easily create simple graphs showing international travel trends, with the launch of a new online tool for tourism and migration figures, Stats NZ said today. more»
  • Sprott House to come under ownership of Selwyn Foundation

    12:15 | 12/7/18
    Charitable trust, The Selwyn Foundation, and single site residential aged care and independent living provider, Sprott House Trust, have entered into a conditional agreement, with a view to Selwyn taking over the iconic Sprott House village in Wellington. more»
  • Confidence in financial markets remains stable

    12:11 | 12/7/18
    Investors show mixed levels of understanding while confidence in financial markets remains stable Confidence in New Zealand’s financial markets has remained stable since 2017, despite uncertainty around a potential trade war, volatile global markets ... more»
  • A2 annual sales climb 68%

    12:08 | 12/7/18
    July 12 (BusinessDesk) - A2 Milk Co lifted annual sales 68 percent, just beating the guidance given in May, and said it expects to maintain an earnings margin of about 30 percent in the coming year even with increased spending.  more»
  • Recognising outstanding contributions to NZ forestry

    12:08 | 12/7/18
    The NZ Institute of Forestry recognised the contribution of two of its outstanding leaders at its Annual Awards Dinner in Nelson last night. Peter Clark of Rotorua received the NZIF Forester of the Year award. The award recognises an Institute member ... more»
  • Why Forestry Biomass Is Carbon Neutral

    12:05 | 12/7/18
    The Carbon Zero Bill - the legislation that will guide New Zealand to becoming carbon neutral by 2050 – is now out for consultation. Wood energy will play a vital role in helping New Zealand transition to a low-emissions future through conversions that ... more»
  • NZ dollar falls below 68 US cts

    11:58 | 12/7/18
    NZ dollar falls below 68 US cts as markets respond to US-China trade standoff  more»
  • Industry welcomes statement about compostable packaging

    11:27 | 12/7/18
    Lyn Mayes, Manager of The Public Place Recycling Scheme, welcomes the Environment Commissioner’s release of an online resource to help consumers better understand how to dispose of biodegradable and compostable plastics. more»
  • The importance of manufacturer approved repairs

    11:00 | 12/7/18
    In order to guarantee the safety standards of your vehicle you must have repairs completed to the standard in which the manufacturer intended.  more»
  • Takeaway prices on the rise

    10:56 | 12/7/18
    Higher prices for takeaway foods and restaurant meals pushed the food price index up 0.2 percent in the year to June 2018, Stats NZ said today.  more»
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