Tuesday, 02 June 2020

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  • Listing Positions MIEPAY To Help Companies Recover From Covid-19

    15:56 | 2/6/20
    New Zealand fintech MIEPAY wants to help small businesses on both sides of the Tasman bounce out of the Covid-19 crisis by enabling them to make the most of the continued rapid growth in e-commerce and digital payments, says MIEPAY chairman Roger Kerr. ... more»
  • ETS Changes Need To Be Carefully Implemented

    15:54 | 2/6/20
    Changes to the Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) announced today need to be carefully implemented to avoid unnecessary economic damage, according to the Petroleum Exploration and Production Association of New Zealand (PEPANZ). The changes include a new emissions ... more»
  • Watermetrics To Improve On-farm Data Collection With Acquisition Of Boraman Subsidiary

    13:11 | 2/6/20
    Watermetrics (a trading division of Arthur D Riley & Co Ltd ) today announced the acquisition of Hydrological Ltd from Boraman Consultants.   ‘’This is an exciting development for Watermetrics as Boraman have built a high quality ... more»
  • Red Meat Exports Holding Despite COVID-19 Disruption

    12:11 | 2/6/20
    The monthly value of New Zealand red meat and co-product exports for April was largely unchanged from the same month last year despite COVID-19, according to an analysis by the Meat Industry Association (MIA). New Zealand exported $859 million of lamb, ... more»
  • Drop In Number Of New Homes Consented

    11:48 | 2/6/20
    The number of new homes consented in April 2020 was nearly 17 percent lower than in April 2019, Stats NZ said today. This was the biggest percentage fall in monthly consents compared with the same month in the previous year since July 2011. A total ... more»
  • Export Meat Prices Fall Back From Recent Highs

    11:46 | 2/6/20
    Export prices for meat, including lamb and beef, fell in the March 2020 quarter, from record levels at the end of 2019, Stats NZ said today. “The fall in export prices coincided with the COVID-19 outbreak, which was declared a global pandemic ... more»
  • Three New Faces For Dairy Women’s Network Board

    11:29 | 2/6/20
    The Dairy Women’s Network will have three new faces when its board meets on Friday. Fonterra Dairy Woman of the year 2019 Trish Rankin, Dairy Women’s Network Business Group Director Rachel Haskew and Chief Executive of iwi-owned Pouarua Farms Jenna ... more»
  • Professor Juliet Gerrard Appointed To Te Papa Board

    11:22 | 2/6/20
    Juliet Gerrard, currently the Prime Minister’s Chief Science Adviser and University of Auckland professor in biological and chemical sciences, is newly appointed to the board of Te Papa Tongarewa, Manatu Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage ... more»
  • New Zealand’s Largest Life Insurer Steps Up To Support Financial Advice Firms

    11:10 | 2/6/20
    AIA New Zealand, the country’s largest life insurance company, has today announced two significant financial support packages designed to help independent financial advisers through New Zealand’s post-COVID environment. The AIA Vitality Community ... more»
  • Take A Walk On The Northside – Industrial Units For Sale Or Lease

    10:49 | 2/6/20
    Three newly-built industrial units in Northside Drive, Westgate have been placed on the market for sale or lease and are expected to draw strong interest as businesses within the wider precinct prepare to leverage off the arrival of New Zealand’s ... more»
  • White Paper On Independent Earning A First For New Zealand

    10:39 | 2/6/20
     In a progressive move and a first for New Zealand, acclaimed FinTech company Hnry has released a white paper on the country’s independent earning trends. With the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown changing the landscape around employment ... more»
  • Beach resort commercial block goes up for sale

    10:32 | 2/6/20
    A landmark commercial block housing diverse local amenities and apartments in the Coromandel beach Mecca of Whangamata has been placed on the market for sale.  more»
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