Monday, 24 September 2018

Business News

  • Agricultural Aviation Sector Ensures Professionalism

    13:33 | 24/9/18
    "The Aerial Agricultural industry takes a great deal of pride in the professionalism of our operators and pilots and we can assure the general public that agricultural pilots are extremely well trained in systems that ensure unwanted risks to people, ... more»
  • New Zealand strawberries ripe and ready for eating

    13:13 | 24/9/18
    There is no evidence to suggest any connection to New Zealand strawberries from a find of needles in Australian strawberries in an Auckland Countdown store on Saturday, says Strawberry Growers New Zealand Executive Manager Michael Ahern. more»
  • Steel & Tube affirms guidance citing new contracts

    12:56 | 24/9/18
    Sept. 24 (BusinessDesk) - Steel & Tube Holdings has reaffirmed its full-year earnings guidance citing new customer contracts and progress with efforts to streamline its business and cut costs. more»
  • Investors look for healthy returns

    12:38 | 24/9/18
    Two stand-alone suburban fruit and vegetable supermarkets in Auckland have been placed on the market for sale.  more»
  • Final Candidates for Fonterra Elections Announced

    12:21 | 24/9/18
    Following the completion of the Self Nomination Process for the 2018 Directors’ Election Process, there are five candidates standing for three places on the Fonterra Board in 2018. Peter McBride, Jamie Tuuta and Ashley Waugh were announced two weeks ... more»
  • NZ dollar falls as investors eye Reserve Bank, Fed decisions

    12:18 | 24/9/18
    Sept. 24 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar slid, stemming a five-day advance on increased risk appetite, as investors eyed central bank decisions on interest rates at home and the US later this week. more»
  • Auckland CBD car parks provide a strategic investment

    12:17 | 24/9/18
    Two investment car park blocks, on long leases in Auckland’s central business district have been placed on the market for sale.  more»
  • Spark switches on new ‘Internet of Things’ network

    12:07 | 24/9/18
    Spark has switched on its second Internet of Things (IoT) network, LTE Cat-M1 (M1), which will run over Spark’s 4G mobile network to provide quality, low bandwidth IoT connectivity and will deliver a new capability for New Zealand in IoT. more»
  • Realforms New Zealand makes global real estate history

    11:56 | 24/9/18
    In a world first, New Zealand is leading the way as the first house sale and purchase agreement is finalised without ever touching pen to paper.  more»
  • Maori enterprise study identifies support gaps

    11:11 | 24/9/18
    Many Maori entrepreneurs are experiencing issues with accessing finance, tax compliance and managing debt and wealth, according to a new report that explores the financial capability of Maori entrepreneurs.  more»
  • A Steady Late-Winter Market

    10:54 | 24/9/18
    Data released today by the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ) shows there were 183 less lifestyle property sales (-9.7%) for the three months ended August 2018 than for the three months ended July 2018. Overall, there were 1,700 lifestyle ... more»
  • Late Winter Suppresses the Market

    10:51 | 24/9/18
    Data released today by the Real Estate Institute of NZ (REINZ) shows there were 12 more farm sales (+3.9%) for the three months ended August 2018 than for the three months ended August 2017. Overall, there were 323 farm sales in the three months ... more»
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