Sunday, 18 November 2018

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  • NZ agricultural sector urged to diversify export markets

    13:56 | 13/11/18
    The US-China trade conflict is developing into a ‘cold’ war for global economic supremacy and could result in New Zealand being forced to pick a side between the two global superpowers, according to Rabobank’s Head of Financial Markets research ... more»
  • New infrastructure financing scheme a major step forward

    13:17 | 13/11/18
    “The announcement today of a pilot scheme to bring forward infrastructure for housing is a significant milestone and establishes a new direction for growing New Zealand’s cities,” says Stephen Selwood CEO of Infrastructure New Zealand. more»
  • Infratil lifts 1H earnings, raises forecast

    13:16 | 13/11/18
    Nov. 13 (BusinessDesk) - Infratil has raised its full-year profit forecast for a second time in six weeks on the back of strong performances expected from its power, airports and data centre interests. more»
  • Shared financial risk will get more homes built faster

    13:15 | 13/11/18
    The innovative funding that will enable the construction of up to 9,000 new homes at Wainui just north of Auckland, is an example of new models that need to be more widely used to fund critical infrastructure, says the Employers and Manufacturers ... more»
  • Independent valuer says ESW offer for SLI "compelling"

    13:14 | 13/11/18
    Nov. 13 (BusinessDesk) - ESW Holdings’ $41.4 million takeover offer for SLI Systems “is compelling,” according to independent valuer Northington Partners.  more»
  • Reserve Bank consults on new mortgage bond standard

    13:10 | 13/11/18
    The Reserve Bank today published a consultation paper proposing a new mortgage bond standard aimed at supporting confidence and liquidity in the New Zealand markets. This follows an initial consultation in November 2017 and ongoing discussion with ... more»
  • Perceptive and icare’s big win

    12:54 | 13/11/18
    Insights leader Perceptive has helped icare (insurance and care NSW) secure a win at the prestigious Australian Service Excellence Awards (ASEA), gala dinner on November 1st.  more»
  • NZ's first SenseHub Beef monitoring system installed

    12:41 | 13/11/18
    Gold Creek charolais stud in the Wairarapa are the first cattle in New Zealand to receive an eSense ear tag that monitors their heat, health and rumination activity at both a group and individual cow level. The ear tag connects to the SenseHub™ ... more»
  • Seequent acquires Geosoft

    12:39 | 13/11/18
    CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand and TORONTO, Canada – 13 November, 2018 – Seequent , a world leader in visual data science, today announced it has signed an agreement to acquire Geosoft , a Canadian geoscience software company headquartered in Toronto ... more»
  • A Flying Treat with 3 to giveaway

    12:37 | 13/11/18
    A plan was hatched between Chris Jordan, CEO of the Child Flight Charitable Trust, and Duane Emeny, General Manager of Air Chathams to give some deserving people a very special treat on Sunday November the 25th, 2018. more»
  • NZ dollar slips against greenback

    12:35 | 13/11/18
    Nov. 13 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar slipped against the greenback, while it rallied against the euro and the British pound amid concern about Brexit negotiations and Italy’s budget plans.  more»
  • Connexis Chair Retires

    12:29 | 13/11/18
    The Board of Directors would like to thank Ms Hague for her dedication and efforts as inaugural Chair of Connexis. The Board were especially grateful for her wider endeavours in the sector and stakeholder groups around Women in Infrastructure. Her ... more»
  • Industrial action escalates at Court

    12:26 | 13/11/18
    Ongoing industrial action by PSA members at the Ministry of Justice has escalated again with Court Registry Officers at Auckland District Court and Manukau District Court now undertaking a ban on serving, checking and signing sentencing documents. more»
  • New Zealand site Dinosaurnews about to become extinct

    12:18 | 13/11/18
    One of New Zealand's longest running news web sites is to cease publication after almost a quarter century.  more»
  • Exposing the age-old employee myths

    12:14 | 13/11/18
    New Zealand employers are evolving confidently when it comes to viewing both millennials and more mature employees equally as positively, a recent survey has revealed.  more»
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