Saturday, 18 August 2018

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  • RMBA, NZSTCF and CCNZ come together to offer practice advice

    13:32 | 16/8/18
    RMBA, NZSTCF and CCNZ come together to offer practice advice to builders and sub-contractors  more»
  • Engineering intrapreneur: marketing isn’t all 'fluffy stuff'

    13:28 | 16/8/18
    Opening a commentary released through leadership series, Leaders Review, Flux Federation CEO and Powershop Founder, Ari Sargent, conceded that his journey in business had taught him to become less focused on producing endless engineering features, and ... more»
  • Moving on… slowly

    13:20 | 16/8/18
    Moving on… slowly • Cautious optimism about housing market prospects keeps price expectations subdued • Cantabrians still the only respondents who think now is a good time to buy a house • The majority still expect higher interest rates ahead ... more»
  • Responsible Investments Hit Major Milestone

    13:17 | 16/8/18
    New Report: Responsible Investments Hit Major Milestone, Representing Vast Majority of all New Zealand Investments  more»
  • Government action needed to boost EV numbers

    13:00 | 16/8/18
    Tax breaks are needed to achieve the Government’s long-held goal of having 64,000 electric vehicles on the road by the end of 2021, according to EV advocacy group Drive Electric.  more»
  • Ecostore Finalist in Keep NZ Beautiful Awards

    12:48 | 16/8/18
    16 August 2018 – ecostore has been named a finalist for the Most Sustainable Large Business in the annual Keep New Zealand Beautiful Awards 2018.  more»
  • Skellerup lifts annual profit 23%

    12:42 | 16/8/18
    Aug. 16 (BusinessDesk) - Skellerup Holdings, the rubber goods manufacturer best known throughout rural New Zealand for its iconic 'red band' gumboot, lifted annual profit to a record as both its industrial and agri divisions boosted earnings. more»
  • NZ dollar holds near 2 1/2 year low

    11:51 | 16/8/18
    Aug. 16 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar held near a two-and-a-half year low as global investors remained nervous about risk-sensitive assets after Turkey's recent woes put the spotlight back on emerging markets.  more»
  • Symantec Threat Intelligence - NZ routers may be at risk

    11:42 | 16/8/18
    Post-mortem of a Compromised MikroTik Router Symantec has been tracking a large-scale coin-mining campaign has currently infected about 157,000 MikroTik routers. Cryptocurrency coinminers are the new ransomware and malicious actors have already pounced on the ... more»
  • Alcohol price hike won’t stop harmful drinking

    11:39 | 16/8/18
    Hiking the price of alcohol to account for harmful drinking will just load more cost onto reasonable drinkers while having little effect on those making poor drinking choices, says the New Zealand Alcohol Beverages Association. more»
  • Sleepyhead Launches Futuristic New Mezzo Range

    11:36 | 16/8/18
    Sleepyhead has partnered with renowned Allbirds designer Jamie McLellan to create an extraordinary new bed, Mezzo.  more»
  • Pioneering woman among co-operative champions recognized

    11:13 | 16/8/18
    Pioneering woman among co-operative champions recognized • Innovation, leadership and diversity celebrated at annual co-op awards • Pioneering woman co-op executive among winners • Co-operatives: the enduring and sustainable business model Westland ... more»
  • Urban Growth Agenda Warrants Bi-Partisan Support

    11:02 | 16/8/18
    “The Government’s Urban Growth Agenda tackles the key issues holding back development in New Zealand and warrants support across the political spectrum,” says Stephen Selwood CEO of Infrastructure New Zealand. more»
  • Graham Stuart to Promote UK Trade And Investment in NZ

    10:53 | 16/8/18
    UK Investment Minister Graham Stuart is in New Zealand this week to promote UK-New Zealand investment and trade links as the UK prepares to forge its way in the world after it exits the EU.  more»
  • Buoyant cruise season boosts spending

    10:49 | 16/8/18
    An increase in the number of cruise voyages and passengers boosted cruise ship expenditure to $434.0 million in the year ended June 2018, Stats NZ said today.  more»
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