Saturday, 18 January 2020

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  • The Conundrum of Deductions

    14:08 | 16/1/20
    Can I withhold payment or deduct money from payment due to my employee – certainly one of our top 10 FAQs but most of the time the answer is no.  more»
  • Vertiv's 2020 data centre predictions

    12:38 | 16/1/20
    Auckland, New Zealand [Jan. 16, 2020] – As the world charges into 2020, organisations increasingly will forego the enterprise-or-cloud debate that dominated C-level conversations in recent years in favour of hybrid architectures that incorporate public and private ... more»
  • Market muddle on trade deal

    12:14 | 16/1/20
    By Michael McCarthy (chief market strategist, CMC Markets and Stockbroking) China and the USA signed a phase-one trade deal overnight. The details reveal this is more of a cease-fire agreement than a resolution, and attention turns immediately to the ... more»
  • Originair adds Nelson-Wellington route in response to demand

    11:46 | 16/1/20
    Nelson Tasman-based airline Originair has added a Nelson-Wellington route to its offering in response to passenger demand.  more»
  • December sales dip after strong November

    10:43 | 16/1/20
    Retail sales retreated in December 2019, with less spent on long-lasting goods such as furniture, hardware, and appliances, after a very strong November, Stats NZ said today. more»
  • Property market finishes 2019 with highest December in years

    09:44 | 16/1/20
    New Zealand rounded off the decade with the highest number of residential properties sold for the month of December in three years and price rises in 15 out of 16 regions, according to the latest data from the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ), ... more»
  • XE Morning Update

    09:34 | 16/1/20
    The NZDUSD opens at 0.6613 (mid-rate) this morning. The much awaited Phase 1 trade deal between China and the USA has now been signed. The deal requires China to buy increasing amounts of US Goods and services, including agricultural products and ... more»
  • Tours to Moutohora: Island Sanctuary

    09:26 | 16/1/20
    White Island Tours Limited has recommenced tours to Moutohora Island for the first time since the Whakaari/White Island eruption on 9 December 2019. CEO Tracey Hook says that whilst this is a positive step forward in terms of providing certainty ... more»
  • Parrot Analytics honoring 'Friends' co-creators

    09:08 | 16/1/20
    LOS ANGELES, CA – January 15, 2020 Parrot Analytics will honor David Crane and Marta Kauffman, co-creators of the perennial fan-favorite TV comedy series Friends, with the Global Iconic Award at the 2nd Annual Global TV Demand Awards taking place ... more»
  • Foodstuffs Joins the Climate Leaders Coalition

    19:00 | 15/1/20
    Company to join other businesses on the mission to achieve the country’s Zero Carbon ambitions  more»
  • Westpac & Contact agree 1st sustainability-linked loan

    17:33 | 15/1/20
    Westpac NZ and Contact Energy have entered into a $50 million, four-year sustainability-linked loan facility, the first such loan issued by Westpac NZ and one of the first of its kind in New Zealand. Contact Energy will receive a discounted interest rate on the ... more»
  • 2020 will unleash greater medicinal cannabis access

    16:44 | 15/1/20
    Last month the Ministry of Health released the final Medicinal Cannabis Scheme, but in the lead up to Christmas many may have missed the significance of this milestone.  more»
  • Unlicensed builder sentenced under the Crimes Act

    14:58 | 15/1/20
    Unlicensed builder sentenced under the Crimes Act For the first time since the introduction of the Licensed Building Practitioners (LBP) scheme, an unlicensed builder has been sentenced under the Crimes Act 1961. Today in the Christchurch District Court, Rodney ... more»
  • Beware unauthorised trade work – don’t take the risk!

    13:43 | 15/1/20
    Property owners are being warned today not to fall into the trap of using unlicensed people to conduct plumbing or gasfitting work on renovation projects. Always ask to sight a NZ Practising Licence before any work begins. more»
  • Weak fishing rules killing endangered albatross

    13:42 | 15/1/20
    Endangered seabirds will continue to die under weak new regulations for commercial longline fishing, Forest & Bird says.  more»
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