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Wednesday, 19 June 2013
NZ current account gap narrows as expected on dairy exports
10:51 | 19/6/13
June 19 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand's current account deficit narrowed as expected in the first quarter as volumes and prices of dairy exports rose and visitors spent more, lifting the balance on goods and services.
Akld chain won't release wages - MBIE
10:45 | 19/6/13
Government officials have demanded an Auckland restaurant chain accused of paying its workers less than $4 an hour hand over its wage records.
Increase in skilled job vacancies in May
10:31 | 19/6/13
Online job vacancies for skilled workers have increased for the second month in a row, according to the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment’s latest Jobs Online report.
Snow better now than later - Fed Farmers
10:28 | 19/6/13
A severe cold snap is expected to hit the South Island today, bringing snow and bitter winds.
Initial action taken over $4-an-hour wage claims
09:49 | 19/6/13
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment has filed action with the Employment Relations Authority (ERA) in Auckland against an Auckland restaurant chain following complaints that workers are being paid less than $4-an-hour.
Culture and tourism the ‘perfect marriage’
09:43 | 19/6/13
The merging of culture and tourism is the perfect marriage, says Malaysia’s Minister of Tourism and Culture, Dato’ Seri Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz.
NZ dollar jumps to 3-wk high vs. Aussie after RBA minutes
09:39 | 19/6/13
NZ dollar jumps to three-week high against Aussie after RBA minutes signal lower rates, currency
Investors buy in to Tuatara brewery
08:49 | 19/6/13
Wellington-based investment company Rangatira has acquired a 35 percent stake in Tuatara Brewing.
Tuatara Gains Cornerstone Shareholder - Rangatira Limited
08:43 | 19/6/13
Tuatara Brewing Company Limited (Tuatara) today announced that it has sold a 35% stake in the company to Wellington investment company Rangatira Limited for a non-disclosed sum
Tuatara Set To Grow With New Investor
08:38 | 19/6/13
In a sale sealed over ale, Tuatara Brewing Company has announced it has sold a 35 percent stake in the business to a Wellington-based investment company.
Fees are fair, says ANZ
08:32 | 19/6/13
ANZ says it's been targeted with a class action lawsuit because it's the biggest bank in the country.
Rangatira buys 35% stake in Tuatara Brewing
08:19 | 19/6/13
June 19 (BusinessDesk) – Rangatira, the Wellington-based investment company, has acquired a 35 percent stake in Tuatara Brewing, giving the brewer funds to lift capacity at its new plant on the Kapiti Coast.
Dairy prices back on the rise
08:13 | 19/6/13
Prices of dairy products rose in Fonterra's latest GlobalDairyTrade auction.
While you were sleeping: Optimism lifts equities
07:38 | 19/6/13
June 19 (BusinessDesk) – Wall Street advanced amid optimism that US Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke will reassure investors that the central bank will not pull back its monetary stimulus before it is satisfied with the economic outlook.
Make-or-break time for Hollywood
07:36 | 19/6/13
It's summer blockbuster season in Hollywood, a critical time for studios.
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