Saturday, 31 July 2021

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  • DENSO Provides First Quarter Results And Progress Updates In Key Focus

    05:15 | 31/7/21
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    Company continues to meet increasing customer demand while creating new products and technologies to enrich mobility services KARIYA, JAPAN, July 30, 2021 - (JCN Newswire) - DENSO, a leading mobility supplier, today announced its global financial ... more»
  • Taranaki Tech Innovation Behind Successful NZ Art Show

    16:20 | 30/7/21
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    Last month's NZ Art Show in Wellington did more than break records for art sales. New Zealand’s biggest art sale became the proving ground for a Taranaki-grown tech solution to finding and paying staff by the hour. With more than 10,000 people attending ... more»
  • Shopless: Celebrating Our Third Milestone

    16:08 | 30/7/21
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    We have reached a new milestone! We now have more than 5000 active listings on Shopless. Growing a marketplace is a fascinating chicken and egg problem… you need buyers to attract sellers and you need sellers to attract buyers. When you have neither, ... more»
  • A Third Player Ready For The Challenge: Supie Welcomes The Commerce Commission’s Draft Findings Into Supermarket Duopoly

    15:22 | 30/7/21
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    New Zealand’s start up grocery alternative Supie is welcoming the Commerce Commission’s draft findings that there is need for more competition in the supermarket sector. Supie founder Sarah Balle, says it reinforces why she launched Supie earlier this ... more»
  • Auckland Electrification Takes A Step Forward

    14:58 | 30/7/21
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    Electrification of the rail line between Papakura and Pukekohe is a step closer with approval today of resource consents for the main works. The Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) has approved the consents for KiwiRail's electrification project ... more»
  • Feeling Our Way Towards Hydrogen - Tina Schirr

    14:53 | 30/7/21
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    Right now hydrogen is getting a lot of attention. Many countries are focusing on producing hydrogen for fuel, or procuring it, or planning for its future use. Hydrogen fuel is highly desirable - clean hydrogen produces none of the harmful emissions ... more»
  • Stanley St Announces New Role

    14:07 | 30/7/21
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    Stanley St CEO Siobhan Burke has announced the appointment of Emily Scovell as Head of Media Strategy and Planning, a newly created role that is ideally suited to the communications and media specialist who comes with thirteen years of award-winning ... more»
  • Lockdown Leaves $283 Million Unspent In Canterbury

    12:30 | 30/7/21
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    New research has found a $283 million difference in retail spending in Canterbury between 2019 and 2020 due to the Covid-19 Lockdown. Covid-19, the effect of lockdowns on retail expenditure and displacement effects on the regional economy , was co-authored ... more»
  • Go Bus Acquires McDermott Coachlines As It Expands Operations In The South

    12:25 | 30/7/21
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    Go Bus, New Zealand’s leading bus transport business, has finalised an agreement to acquire Invercargill-based McDermott Coachlines. The transaction was completed on Friday 30th July 2021. Go Bus is the country’s largest and most diverse bus ... more»
  • Trade Me Invests In Auto-repair Start Up, My Auto Shop

    12:18 | 30/7/21
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    New Zealand’s largest online marketplace and classifieds site, Trade Me, has taken a 15 per cent stake in the automotive repair start up, My Auto Shop . My Auto Shop was founded in January 2020 by Ex-Uber Eats New Zealand General Manager Andy Bowie, ... more»
  • Red Hat And Nutanix Announce Strategic Partnership To Deliver Open Hybrid Multicloud Solutions

    12:17 | 30/7/21
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    Red Hat, the world’s leading provider of enterprise open source solutions, and Nutanix (NASDAQ: NTNX), a leader in hybrid multicloud computing, today announced a strategic partnership to enable a powerful solution for building, scaling and managing ... more»
  • Independent Investigation Into Health & Safety At The Ashburton Vegetable Factory Underway

    11:28 | 30/7/21
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    The independent investigation into recent allegations made about health and safety at the Talley’s Ashburton factory is well underway. Led by Chair of Risk Management Group and former Police Commissioner Mike Bush, Bush International Consulting Ltd, ... more»
  • “Make Hay” While INZ Makes Up Its Mind

    10:19 | 30/7/21
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    A message to employers of migrant workers: Mandatory accreditation is coming, and the time to prepare is now. Here’s what you should be doing… We’ve been hearing about the Accredited Employer Work Visa scheme since early last year, but the latest ... more»
  • Massive Rebound In Civil Construction Business Confidence

    09:34 | 30/7/21
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    WELLINGTON, New Zealand, 30 July 2021 – New Zealand’s civil construction industry is riding a massive rebound in post-pandemic business confidence – but this may be undermined by skills shortages, which continue to be the industry’s number one ... more»
  • NZ Frost Fans Is Hawke’s Bay ASB Exporter Of The Year

    06:27 | 30/7/21
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    New Zealand Frost Fans has been named ExportNZ Hawke’s Bay ASB Exporter of the Year for 2021. The Hastings manufacturer was presented with the award last night (Thursday 29 July) by ASB Executive General Manager for Corporate Banking, Nigel ... more»
Global Indices
CodeLastChange
COMP14,8371591.09%
DJI35,0621730.50%
SP5004,412430.97%
DAX13,4662361.78%
FTSE7,48850.07%
NI22522,4204081.86%
TWI72.750.000.00%
Currencies
CodeLastChange
EURUSD1.1770.0060.49%
NZDUSD0.69550.00030.04%
AUDUSD0.73590.01071.43%
NZDAUD0.94620.01341.44%