Wednesday, 11 December 2019

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  • Apple Watch Series 5 available to preorder

    09:14 | 6/12/19
    Spark will offer Apple Watch Series 5 (GPS + Cellular), featuring an Always-On display, breakthrough communication, fitness and health capabilities along with built-in cellular.  more»
  • XE Morning Update

    08:45 | 6/12/19
    The NZD opens up at 0.6543 The Kiwi extended its good recent run yesterday, breaking out to 5 month highs against the USD. Adrian Orr, the RBNZ Governor released his financial stability report, which increases banks minimum capital requirements from ... more»
  • Tristan Ilich elected as the new Chair of TUANZ

    08:41 | 6/12/19
    At the final TUANZ Board meeting of 2019, Tristan Ilich was unanimously elected to the role of Chair. Tristan leads Aurecon's Data and Telco business in New Zealand with a strong focus on managing key client relationships, as well as developing new ... more»
  • DLA Piper assists new style of investment into NZ

    08:34 | 6/12/19
    DLA Piper has acted for Implemented Investment Solutions Limited (IIS) in the launch of three PIE funds as part of the Hobson Wealth Investment Funds Scheme. Hobson Wealth is well-known to New Zealanders as a leading private wealth advisory team; IIS is ... more»
  • Free bus fares in Auckland to continue until Christmas

    08:20 | 6/12/19
    Drivers for NZ Bus will continue to offer free passenger fares as a partial strike action until Christmas, joining their colleagues at Go Bus, FIRST Union said today.  more»
  • Papamoa Snap Fitness club victorious

    20:19 | 5/12/19
    Papamoa Snap Fitness club has been announced as the 2019 New Zealand Exercise Industry Awards Winner for ‘Franchise Facility of the Year’.  more»
  • Uber in NZ - a Year in Review

    20:00 | 5/12/19
    What an exciting year it’s been for Uber. We launched in seven new cities across New Zealand, introduced JUMP e-scooters into the capital city and doubled down on our commitment to safety on the platform for both riders and driver partners alike. more»
  • Facilitation application ahead of Strike 2 by caregivers

    17:41 | 5/12/19
    E tu has applied to the Employment Relations Authority for facilitation of the dispute over working conditions at Woburn Masonic Village in Lower Hutt.  more»
  • New Chief Operating Officer appointed at solarcity

    17:24 | 5/12/19
    Auckland, 5 December 2019 – solarcity, New Zealand’s leading solar power company has appointed Yogesh Chand as Chief Operating Officer.  more»
  • Inghams workers wrap up 3-day strike

    16:35 | 5/12/19
    Food Processing workers at Inghams chicken processing plant in Wiri, Auckland, have just finished three days of full strike action after walking off the job over frustrating wage negotiations and missing backpay in a protest that some have dubbed the ‘McNugget ... more»
  • BitPrime Cryptocurrency Price Update

    15:18 | 5/12/19
    Cryptocurrency Market Market capitalisation yesterday: NZD$303,439,896,733 Market capitalisation today: NZD$303,019,028,643 Change: -0.14%  more»
  • Legalised personal cannabis use would be tightly regulated

    14:55 | 5/12/19
    The Government’s approach to legalising personal cannabis use would provide many opportunities for new businesses, boost tax revenue, and deliver quality standards in a safer and more open environment. As the proposed legislation’s name suggests, ... more»
  • Suncorp, Vero and Asteron Life websites now shielded sites

    14:30 | 5/12/19
    Leading insurance websites Suncorp New Zealand, Vero and Asteron Life are now Shielded Sites. Shielded Sites are a Woman’s Refuge initiative aimed at helping New Zealanders experiencing domestic violence safely gain support.  more»
  • Be fair about passing on costs - Federated Farmers

    14:18 | 5/12/19
    Federated Farmers is urging the trading banks to absorb as much as possible of the additional costs of new bank capital requirements rather than dump it all on customers, and especially on under-pressure farmers. more»
  • Reserve Bank decision disappointing for small business

    14:10 | 5/12/19
    Today’s announcement of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand’s decision on capital lending will have a significant impact on small business and rural-based sectors, according to Canterbury Employers’ Chamber of Commerce Leeann Watson. more»
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