Wednesday, 11 December 2019

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  • New Mortgage Calculator Shows Different Financial Scenarios

    18:59 | 6/12/19
    New Mortgage Calculator Shows Different Financial Scenarios Opes Partners, a New Zealand based property investment firm has released a new mortgage calculator that shows Kiwis the effects of changing the inputs to their calculator.  more»
  • Leaked ANZ policy good news for climate action

    18:29 | 6/12/19
    Secret plans for ANZ to cut thermal coal mining exposure by 75% by March 2024 have been leaked by internal sources today. This information is at odds with its climate change statement that was released in February 2019, which made no reference to reductions ... more»
  • Five workers’ rights to know about Xmas time

    17:11 | 6/12/19
    As Christmas is near, it’s time to set the record straight on some of the most commonly misunderstood aspects of employment law that apply to the festive season.  more»
  • Sean Connolly leaves long-lasting legacy at SkyCity Auckland

    16:59 | 6/12/19
    Celebrity chef Sean Connolly is hanging up one of his many hats and calling last orders, as he departs from his role as Signature Chef at SkyCity Auckland’s The Grill and Gusto at the Grand. Sean’s last day at SkyCity will be 31 December 2019. ... more»
  • Changes at the Top for Innovative Kiwi Health Insurer

    15:21 | 6/12/19
    Award winning specialist insurer, Accuro Health Insurance, announces changes to its Board and retirement of the CEO.  more»
  • TSB grants help lifesavers gear up for summer

    14:57 | 6/12/19
    Summer has arrived and Surf Life Saving clubs around the country are entering their busiest time of year.  more»
  • Suite deals on offer as hotel property portfolio launches

    14:10 | 6/12/19
    A selection of hotels currently in their design and build phase, a range of provincial properties, and an island resort which has been dormant for several decades jointly headline a national portfolio of commercial accommodation venues being marketed for ... more»
  • Air NZ wins Deloitte Top 200 Sustainable Business Award

    13:46 | 6/12/19
    Media release 6 December 2019 Air New Zealand wins Deloitte Top 200 Sustainable Business Leadership award Air New Zealand has won the Sustainable Business Leadership award at the Deloitte Top 200 awards in Auckland. The Sustainable Business Leadership ... more»
  • Chapman Tripp wins law firm of the year

    13:43 | 6/12/19
    Chapman Tripp has been named New Zealand Law Firm of the Year at the 2019 KangaNews Awards for the fourth consecutive year.  more»
  • Medicinal cannabis company breaks equity crowdfunding record

    13:06 | 6/12/19
    Marlborough based medical cannabis company, Puro, has raised the highest amount in New Zealand and Australian equity crowdfunding history. Their combined public and wholesale raise of $4 million has been raised in four weeks on the crowdfunding platform, ... more»
  • Hospitality company puts one of its pub venues up for sale

    12:41 | 6/12/19
    An Irish-themed pub operated as part of a portfolio of dining and drinking venues owned by a New Zealand Stock Exchange-listed hospitality empire has been placed on the market for sale. more»
  • Boomers bolster bus drivers’ loyalty

    12:07 | 6/12/19
    On average, bus drivers are the oldest workers of any key industry, and they are also among the most loyal employees, Stats NZ said today.  more»
  • Coup for Winston Nutritional

    11:30 | 6/12/19
    Winston Nutritional is one of only two New Zealand manufacturers in 2019 to secure approval from China to produce infant formula.  more»
  • Tourism businesses see sustainability as top priority

    11:26 | 6/12/19
    2019 has been a transitional year for the tourism industry, with a move into a slower phase of the business cycle and a clear industry commitment to sustainability. The information comes from the annual State of the Industry report for 2019, which has ... more»
  • Dent in metal and timber wholesaling

    10:46 | 6/12/19
    Seasonally adjusted, the basic materials industry sales value fell $182 million (2.8 percent), largely driven by falls in timber and metal. The basic materials industry also includes agricultural products, chemicals, and hardware. more»
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