Monday, 20 January 2020

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  • Pioneering settler farm and homestead placed on the market

    12:52 | 13/1/20
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    Oakdale is situated only a short walk or drive from the historic Puhoi village community, its legendary watering hole and within 35 minutes of central Auckland.  more»
  • Sell the trade fact

    12:47 | 13/1/20
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    By Michael McCarthy (chief market strategist, CMC Markets and Stockbroking) After popping champagne corks near all-time highs last week Asia Pacific investors are bracing for a sell down today. Steady currency and industrial commodity markets could ... more»
  • Attorney General David Parker Continues to Lead Powerlist

    12:41 | 13/1/20
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    LawFuel – 30 December 2019 – David Parker remains the most powerful lawyer in New Zealand under the newly released 2020 LawFuel Power List of the country’s 50 most powerful lawyers. more»
  • People's Choice Accessibility Awards for Business

    12:37 | 13/1/20
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    Nominations are now open for the Inaugural Access Alliance People’s Choice Accessibility Awards for Business  more»
  • Canyon Brewing buzzing over bee initiative

    12:34 | 13/1/20
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    In a corporate social responsibility initiative, Canyon Brewing is sponsoring three thriving beehives in Arthur’s Point, near Queenstown. Bee the Change founder, Neal McAloon, has placed five apiaries (hive locations) across the district in a bid to ... more»
  • Inquiry into New Zealand’s most productive firms confirmed

    12:33 | 13/1/20
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    The Government has asked the Productivity Commission to identify policies and interventions that could maximise the economic contribution of New Zealand’s frontier firms . The Commission has received the terms of reference from the Minister of Finance which ... more»
  • XE Morning Update NZ

    12:13 | 13/1/20
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    The NZDUSD opens at 0.6634 (mid-rate) this morning. Currency markets will start the week with a cautious tone after reports overnight of a further rocket attack on an Air base north of Baghdad in Iraq. There are reports of 4 Iraqi soldiers being ... more»
  • A Worker's Story

    19:49 | 11/1/20
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    Workers in Aotearoa (like workers everywhere) are under attack from those who own and control the undemocratic places where we are employed. The corporate media have little interest in bringing this to light. So, it's up to us at the bottom of this ... more»
  • Hawkes Bay home support workers call for care not cutbacks

    17:30 | 10/1/20
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    Support workers who provide care and support for elderly and disabled people in Hawkes Bay say they want to continue helping vulnerable people with housework, and they need more time and resources to do so. more»
  • Brian Gaynor – exclusively on BusinessDesk from this weekend

    11:58 | 10/1/20
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    BusinessDesk’s expansion continues with the announcement of a new marquee columnist and the opening of a new, permanent Auckland newsroom.  more»
  • Air New Zealand inflight Wi-Fi hits major milestone

    10:52 | 10/1/20
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    Air New Zealand has now offered more than one million free inflight Wi-Fi sessions to customers. The airline first started rolling out Wi-Fi capability across its international jet fleet in October 2017, making it free of charge from December 2018. Inflight ... more»
  • Strong finish to a mixed year

    10:30 | 10/1/20
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    Paymark figures point to a stronger finish to 2019, at least for many merchants, but generally 2019 was a year of modest growth and mixed fortunes.  more»
  • Soil properties critical when applying effluent

    10:18 | 10/1/20
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    Bala Tikkisetty Farmers agree there is an absolute need to work together to address water quality needs and achieve the objectives of the Government-initiated National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management. Dairy effluent can be a great resource ... more»
  • Five issues directors can’t ignore in 2020

    10:10 | 10/1/20
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    The Institute of Directors (IoD) has released its Top Five Issues for Directors in 2020 . An increasingly complex governance landscape means there is an array of issues for directors to deal with. But IoD chief executive Kirsten Patterson says it is ... more»
  • New training to attract and keep good staff

    12:02 | 9/1/20
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    New training to attract and keep good staff Two new training programmes will contribute to upskilling truck drivers, and others who want careers in road freight transport, Road Transport Forum (RTF) chief executive Nick Leggett says. The New Zealand Certificate ... more»
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