Friday, 15 December 2017

Business News

  • ASA December 2017 Newsletter

    16:27 | 14/12/17
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    New Children and Young People’s Advertising Code Now In Effect As of 2 October 2017 all advertising targeting under 18’s must comply with the new Children and Young People’s Advertising Code. The new code has rules about identifying commercial ... more»
  • Bell Gully performs strongly in top legal directories

    16:25 | 14/12/17
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    The latest results from leading legal directories The Legal 500 Asia Pacific and Chambers Asia Pacific confirm Bell Gully’s leading position in the New Zealand legal market.  more»
  • KiwiBuild spearheads $42 billion capital spending programme

    16:08 | 14/12/17
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    Dec. 14 (BusinessDesk) - The new government will pump in $2 billion over the next three years to kick off the KiwiBuild programme targeting 100,000 affordable houses being built over the next decade. more»
  • Treasury sees greater inflationary pressure

    16:07 | 14/12/17
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    Dec. 14 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand’s Treasury sees greater inflationary pressures and higher interest rates as new government policies lead to a faster pace of economic and wage growth. more»
  • Labour’s 100-day plan keeps books in check

    16:05 | 14/12/17
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    Dec. 14 (BusinessDesk) - The Labour-led government’s 100-day policy programme will keep the government’s books largely unchanged over the next four years as cancelled tax cuts cover the bulk of its family support plans. more»
  • DMO lifts bond issuance by $1 billion in year to June 2022

    16:04 | 14/12/17
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    Dec. 14 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand Debt Management Office has lifted its issuance programme by $1 billion through June 2022 compared to its prior forecasts and reiterated plans to launch a new April 20, 2029 bond in the first half of 2018. more»
  • Asia-Pacific business leaders to meet in Auckland

    15:59 | 14/12/17
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    Business New Zealand will host a meeting of the APEC Business Advisory Council (ABAC) from 1-4 February in Auckland, Chief Executive Kirk Hope announced today.  more»
  • Tilt Renewables names Deion Campbell as CEO

    15:57 | 14/12/17
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    Dec. 14 (BusinessDesk) - Tilt Renewables, the wind and solar generation facilities which split from Trustpower last year, has named Deion Campbell as chief executive to replace Robert Farron who departs at the end of the year. more»
  • Maori and Pacific Cultural Intelligence Programme Launches

    15:17 | 14/12/17
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    If you’ve had problems connecting with Maori or Pacific staff, employers or clients; if you’ve made an embarrassing cultural faux pas that’s held you back; or you’re struggling to build relationships with Maori or Pacific communities – Brown Pages ... more»
  • Resignations following OGOG takeover

    15:11 | 14/12/17
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    Dec. 14 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand Oil & Gas chairman Rodger Finlay and director Ducan Saville have resigned following the announcement this morning that OG Oil & Gas has received approval from the Overseas Investment Office for its partial takeover ... more»
  • “Don’t repeat your mistakes…”

    15:07 | 14/12/17
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    WorkSafe New Zealand says two similar accidents involving the same plant at AFFCO’s Rangiuru meat processing plant two years apart are a prime example of a company not learning from its mistakes. Today in the Tauranga District Court, AFFCO New Zealand ... more»
  • Beef + Lamb New Zealand launches drought resources

    14:48 | 14/12/17
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    Beef + Lamb New Zealand has launched an online resource for farmers affected by the dry conditions.  more»
  • Census mirrors 'better efficiency, better for environment'

    14:45 | 14/12/17
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    Relatively small movements in livestock numbers in the year to June 2017 may indicate New Zealand agriculture is reaching herd equilibrium, Federated Farmers Dairy Chairperson Chris Lewis says. more»
  • TSB to refund customers who overpaid break fees

    14:16 | 14/12/17
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    Dec. 14 (BusinessDesk) - TSB Bank will repay customers who it overcharged for terminating fixed-term lending agreements between 2008 and February 2016.  more»
  • Total New Zealand Radio New Zealand Audience Measurement

    14:07 | 14/12/17
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    Auckland, December 14th, 2017 – Results of the Total New Zealand 2017 Radio New Zealand Measurement Survey 4 conducted by GfK were released today at 1pm.  more»
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