Saturday, 18 August 2018

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  • High Court Date Set For Judicial Review

    11:23 | 14/8/18
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    Apple and stonefruit group seek to overturn MPI directive to cut and burn plant material  more»
  • Domino’s reports record profit and increases dividend

    11:19 | 14/8/18
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    Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Ltd (ASX:DMP) has reported a record Full Year Net Profit After Tax (NPAT) of $136.2m, +15.0% higher than the previous Financial Year (FY),and lifted its full year dividend +15.5% to 107.8 cents per share, based on growing sales ... more»
  • Skyline Queenstown gets behind marathon volunteers

    10:38 | 14/8/18
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    Skyline Queenstown has been named as the official sponsor of the Air New Zealand Queenstown International Marathon volunteer crew.  more»
  • Psychological ownership & shoplifting

    10:33 | 14/8/18
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    University of Otago research examining the role of psychological ownership in shoplifting prevention is to be extended into a New Zealand wide survey of supermarket staff after notable results in a pilot trial. more»
  • Symantec’s New Secure Wi-Fi Router

    10:05 | 14/8/18
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    AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND – 14 AUGUST 2018 – Today, Norton by Symantec (NASDAQ: SYMC) is proud to announce that Norton Core is available for immediate purchase in New Zealand at Harvey Norman. Responding to the rapid uptake of Internet of Things ... more»
  • Use more private funds for infrastructure

    09:55 | 14/8/18
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    Aug. 14 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand risks falling further behind in its infrastructure development unless it can adopt new tools for funding development and better prioritise the work needed, Chapman Tripp says. more»
  • Electric and self-driving vehicles have a long road ahead

    09:14 | 14/8/18
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    Most New Zealanders are yet to join the electric vehicle revolution with only 11 per cent lining up an EV for their next vehicle purchase, according to a recent Trade Me Motors survey. more»
  • Spark expands its role in sports media market

    09:03 | 14/8/18
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    Spark New Zealand announced today that it has secured the exclusive New Zealand rights to more quality sports events - signalling a bigger play into the sports content market, which Spark Managing Director Simon Moutter says is a potential future source ... more»
  • Kiwi small businesses paid on average 8.3 days late in June

    08:50 | 14/8/18
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    AUCKLAND, 14 AUGUST 2018 — Xero, the global small business platform, today announced an updated data metric for Xero Small Business Insights (XSBI), providing a more comprehensive overview of payment trends for small businesses in New Zealand.  more»
  • HiFX morning Update, August 14 2018

    08:40 | 14/8/18
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    The NZDUSD opens at 0.6573 (mid-rate) this morning.  more»
  • UPDATE: Govt hints at higher carbon price cap

    20:56 | 13/8/18
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    Aug. 13 (BusinessDesk) - The government is hinting it will lift the $25 a tonne upper limit on the price of a New Zealand Unit of carbon dioxide in the Emissions Trading Scheme, in an announcement following hard on a doubling of funding for government ... more»
  • MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares fall as Turkey woes ripple through

    20:54 | 13/8/18
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    MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares fall as Turkey woes ripple through markets; blue chips include F&P, Fletcher drop  more»
  • Exporter demand halts NZ dollar's slide

    20:20 | 13/8/18
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    Aug. 13 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar was largely unchanged in local trading as exporters piled into the currency at a two-year low, offsetting the downbeat tone sparked by Turkey's economic woes.  more»
  • Go Bus response to First Union claims

    20:05 | 13/8/18
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    In response to First Union’s press release ‘Waikato bus drivers’ strike over unsafe work conditions’  more»
  • Economists see more pain in store for the New Zealand dollar

    19:27 | 13/8/18
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    Aug. 13 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar was roiled by the Reserve Bank’s surprisingly dovish stance last week and economists say there is more downside to come as US interests rates rise and the global trade outlook remains uncertain.  more»
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