Saturday, 08 August 2020

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  • Five Most-Popular Games On Steam Generated Over $2 Billion In Revenue

    05:10 | 6/8/20
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    Data gathered by Safe Betting Sites indicates that the top five most popular games on Steam cumulatively generated $2.03 billion in revenue. The revenue figures are as of August 2020. PUBG generated the highest revenue From the data, PlayerUnknown’s ... more»
  • Maori Television Launches Its Whakatau 2020 Election Coverage

    17:53 | 5/8/20
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    Maori Television is set to offer unprecedented bilingual election coverage, featuring polling of the Maori electorates, leadership debates for the seven Maori seats, Election night and post-Election special. Shane Taurima, Maori Television's Tahuhu ... more»
  • NZ Apple Industry On Track To Become A Billion-dollar Export Business

    17:48 | 5/8/20
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    New Zealand Apples and Pears Inc (NZAPI), the representative industry body for the apple, pear and nashi industry, held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Hastings today, with members joining from around the country’s growing regions via Zoom. ... more»
  • MTA Welcomes Launch Of Apprenticeship Boost Scheme

    17:14 | 5/8/20
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    The Motor Trade Association has welcomed today’s launch of the Apprenticeship Boost scheme, but is urging the Government to have the courage to go further. “This is a long-awaited win for employers supporting young people into trades,” says ... more»
  • Editor Appointments

    16:34 | 5/8/20
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    The countdown is on for the highly anticipated return of New Zealand’s best-loved magazines. Today we are proud to reveal the talented editors who will be at the helm of the country’s most iconic titles. “While our mastheads are well-loved and ... more»
  • HortNZ Welcomes Govt’s Recognition Of The Importance Of Vegetable Growing

    15:59 | 5/8/20
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    ‘HortNZ has worked with growers in Pukekohe and Horowhenua to demonstrate to central and local government that modern vegetable growing techniques dramatically reduce environmental impact,’ says HortNZ Chief Executive, Mike Chapman. more»
  • Alt launches vape advertising campaign before ban

    15:55 | 5/8/20
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    The largest Kiwi-owned vape company is investing significantly in what will likely be its last marketing campaign before legislation is passed to soon prohibit all forms of advertising of regulated vaping products. more»
  • Resilient Ravensdown Responds With Strong $69m Profit - Returning $68 Million To Farming

    15:49 | 5/8/20
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    After ensuring essential food-creating nutrients kept flowing during the pandemic, Ravensdown has recorded a profit from continuing operations and before tax, rebate and an earlier issue of bonus shares of $69 million (2019: $52m). Returning a total ... more»
  • Mining Company Plans Threaten Environment And Offer Limited Benefit To Locals

    15:21 | 5/8/20
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    Green Party candidate for Coromandel Pamela Grealey is gutted by OceanaGold’s plans to expand its mining operations in Waihi and mine conservation land near Whangamata. The company has announced it wants to enlarge its Martha pit in Waihi, develop a ... more»
  • Lowndes team set to join Tompkins Wake

    14:56 | 5/8/20
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    Lowndes founder Mark Lowndes, Director Kerri Dewe, and Associate Reuben Payne will join Tompkins Wake’s Auckland office.  more»
  • Baby Steps To A Sustainable Little World

    14:07 | 5/8/20
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    The Covid-19 pandemic is profoundly affecting our economy, looking after our environment and being sustainable is more important than ever. little world is a proudly New Zealand made, organic baby skincare range that has their customers and the environment’s ... more»
  • Vertiv Introduces New Line

    13:05 | 5/8/20
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    Vertiv (NYSE: VRT), a global provider of critical digital infrastructure and continuity solutions, today introduced the Vertiv™ Liebert® GXT RT+, its latest line of on-line double conversion uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems. Available from 1 to ... more»
  • Labour Market Statistics Are Far Better Than Expected

    12:09 | 5/8/20
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    The Council of Trade Unions says the wage subsidy has done the job it was intended to do with the better than expected Labour Market statistics released today. CTU Economist, Andrea Black, comments "Unemployment is now 4% of the labour force, ... more»
  • Consultation Opens On Establishing A Consumer Data Right

    12:00 | 5/8/20
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    The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) has released a discussion document on options for establishing a consumer data right that would better meet the needs of consumers and allow them to harness the power of their data. Hamish ... more»
  • One In Three Brokered Loans In Australasia Now Go Through FileInvite

    11:17 | 5/8/20
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    FileInvite, the secure personal data sharing platform for consumer finance applications, is signing international clients as more transactions are conducted online. New clients include First Home Bank with branches across the United States, and Loan Market in ... more»
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