Sunday, 24 March 2019

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  • Kiwifruit Growers appoint Labour Co-ordinator

    11:11 | 18/3/19
    New Zealand Kiwifruit Growers Inc. has appointed Gavin Stagg as a Labour Co-ordinator to implement initiatives to ensure the industry has the workers it requires for the 2019 season. more»
  • NZ dollar, focus on domestic GDP and US Federal Reserve

    11:10 | 18/3/19
    March 18 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar stuck to a tight range ahead of domestic gross domestic product data later this week and the upcoming Federal Open Market Committee meeting. more»
  • Villa Maria named top 3 in global wine brands

    10:49 | 18/3/19
    A world first for a New Zealand winery as international panel names Villa Maria in top 3 global wine brands  more»
  • All eyes on the Fed on Thursday

    10:44 | 18/3/19
    March 18 (BusinessDesk) - The global focus for financial markets this week will be the US Federal Reserve's latest monetary policy statement and economic forecasts due early Thursday New Zealand time. more»
  • Iconic Highfield TerraVin winery and vineyards for sale

    10:20 | 18/3/19
    Marlborough’s only hillside boutique winery and vineyard situated on the corner of Brookby Road and Dog Point Road in Marlborough have been put on the market for sale offering a rare opportunity for investors and wine companies to secure this ... more»
  • Substantial livestock farm placed on the market

    10:15 | 18/3/19
    A substantial hill country sheep and cattle grazing farm divided into three separate blocks – each with its own supporting infrastructure - has been placed on the market for sale. more»
  • BitPrime Cryptocurrency Price Update

    09:21 | 18/3/19
    Cryptocurrency Market Market capitalisation yesterday: NZD$206,360,342,691 Market capitalisation today: NZD$203,754,422,249 Change: -1.26%  more»
  • Violent Video Games create Terrorists

    09:09 | 18/3/19
    Research has shown that video games desensitise humans. In 2016 a study was undertaken with a group of university students who were split into groups of video game players. One group played violent games and another group playing non-violent games.  more»
  • HiFX morning Update, March 18, 2019

    09:05 | 18/3/19
    The NZDUSD opens at 0.6842 (mid-rate) this morning. Trade talk optimism led to an increase in risk appetite on Friday with major averages and risk linked currencies all pushing higher into the close. Fridays mixed economic data reports has seen the ... more»
  • TSB extends Aussie bank price match to include home lending

    19:13 | 17/3/19
    TSB extends Aussie bank price match to include all home lending rates  more»
  • ISPs working together to block websites with footage

    14:32 | 17/3/19
    New Zealand Internet Service Providers working together to block websites with footage of Christchurch shooting  more»
  • Air NZ engineer confirmed among those killed

    13:20 | 17/3/19
    Air New Zealand can confirm a long serving engineer is among those killed in Friday’s shooting tragedy in Christchurch.  more»
  • Air New Zealand update on Christchurch services

    11:35 | 17/3/19
    Air New Zealand update on Christchurch services Air New Zealand has capped one-way domestic fares for flights directly to and from Christchurch at $139 to assist customers needing to travel there to support those affected by the shooting tragedy. The airline ... more»
  • Middle East Business Council Condemns

    15:04 | 16/3/19
    The Chairman of the NZ Middle East Business Council, Stewart Germann, today expressed support for Muslim communities in New Zealand and labelled the Christchurch massacre as a “violation against humanity.” more»
  • Royalty Will Only Incentivise Gov to OK water mining

    14:40 | 16/3/19
    Aotearoa Water Action (AWA) spokesperson Niki Gladding says the group hopes revelations in The Press this week, that law firm Davidson Legal was prepared to lobby politicians on behalf of Cloud Ocean Water, have exposed an isolated incident and not the tip ... more»
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