Friday, 22 February 2019

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  • Century 21 announces 2018 winners

    12:08 | 18/2/19
    Century 21 New Zealand has announced its real estate winners for 2018 and it was a big night for a small Central North Island town at the Annual Awards Gala Dinner in Auckland on Saturday. more»
  • FIRST CUT: Port of Tauranga lifts 1H profit 4%

    11:56 | 18/2/19
    Feb. 18 (BusinessDesk) - Port of Tauranga increased first-half net profit 4 percent, buoyed by ongoing container growth and increased log and fruit volumes.  more»
  • Sections near provincial airport set to take off

    11:48 | 18/2/19
    The remaining sections being developed as part of Gisborne’s latest ‘greenfield’ industrial park have been placed on the market for sale – either as individual plots or multiple-sites. more»
  • NZ dollar starts the week with a tailwind

    11:42 | 18/2/19
    Feb. 18 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar started the week on the front foot as investors were buoyed by positive noises coming from the latest round of trade talks between the US and China.  more»
  • Tax Working Group's capital gains proposal keenly awaited

    11:16 | 18/2/19
    Feb. 18 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand is probably going to get a capital gains tax and the likely outline of how that could play out will probably be the economic highlight this week. more»
  • Hotel nights drive accommodation growth in 2018

    10:59 | 18/2/19
    Guests spent over half a million more nights in hotels in 2018 than the year before, driving overall growth for short-term commercial accommodation, Stats NZ said today.  more»
  • Solid start to 2019

    10:38 | 18/2/19
    New Zealand’s services sector experienced an increase in expansion levels for the first month of 2019, according to the BNZ - BusinessNZ Performance of Services Index (PSI). The PSI for January was 56.3, which was 3.1 points up from December (A PSI ... more»
  • Trace elements a solution close to home

    10:07 | 18/2/19
    Despite New Zealand’s relatively benign climate lending itself so well to pastoral farming, its soils can hide some chronic mineral deficiencies that can undo the efforts of the best farm managers as they try to get the most out of their stock. more»
  • Little Giant appointed as Digital Partner for TVNZ

    09:41 | 18/2/19
    Little Giant, Linked by Isobar will be the digital partner for the launch of TVNZ’s youth-focused online content platform Re: News after winning a competitive pitch.  more»
  • Vodafone Smart products help parents keep kids safe online

    09:24 | 18/2/19
    As another school year starts, Vodafone is helping parents by offering smart devices which will allow children to explore the internet and enjoy their device safely and securely. The Vodafone Smart N9 and Vodafone Smart N9 lite devices have a range of ... more»
  • BitPrime Cryptocurrency Price Update

    08:41 | 18/2/19
    Cryptocurrency Market Market capitalisation yesterday: NZD$176,195,518,538 Market capitalisation today: NZD$177,521,077,250 Change: 0.75%  more»
  • HiFX morning Update, February 18 2019

    08:19 | 18/2/19
    The NZDUSD opens at 0.6855 (mid-rate) this morning. Risk appetite increased further on Friday following positive comments from President Trump at the conclusion of last weeks’ China-US trade talks. Trump said the negotiations in Beijing were going ... more»
  • IAG joins Christchurch earthquake claims service

    11:25 | 16/2/19
    New Zealand’s leading general insurer IAG has announced that it will participate in the Greater Christchurch Claims Resolution Service (GCCRS), an initiative designed to fast-track the resolution of outstanding residential Canterbury earthquake insurance ... more»
  • Fletcher Building to acquire Waikato Aggregates

    11:01 | 16/2/19
    Commission grants clearance for Fletcher Building to acquire Waikato Aggregates The Commerce Commission has granted clearance for Fletcher Building Limited to acquire the business of Waikato Aggregates, except for the land at Tamahere quarry. more»
  • MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares dip as global trade jitters weigh

    21:32 | 15/2/19
    Feb. 15 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand shares fell as pessimism over trade negotiations between the US and China cast a pall across Asia. Exporters including A2 Milk and Fisher & Paykel Healthcare led the market lower.  more»
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