Sunday, 26 March 2017

Business News

  • Only days left to win an apartment

    15:43 | 26/3/17
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    Only days left to win an apartment Century 21’s promotion giving Kiwis interested in buying or selling property a chance to win their own place in Australia closes this Friday - 31 March, with the winner to be announced at the end of next month. ... more»
  • Yili announces opening of stage two development at Glenavy

    20:57 | 25/3/17
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    Yili announces opening of stage two development at Glenavy dairy plant, more jobs to come 25 March 2017 Global dairy giant Yili Group today announces the opening of its stage two development of its state-of-the-art Oceania Dairy production plant ... more»
  • MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares mixed; Comvita up

    21:00 | 24/3/17
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    MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares mixed; Comvita up, Genesis gains on gentailer yield, Tegel hurt by chicken glut  more»
  • NZ dollar little changed as investors await US vote

    20:59 | 24/3/17
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    March 24 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar was little changed on the week and continues to tread water as investors wait to see if the US repeals and replaces the Affordable Care Act known as Obamacare, now viewed as a barometer on whether ... more»
  • CBL to buy Affirmative for US$5.7M

    20:57 | 24/3/17
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    March 24 (BusinessDesk) - CBL Corp wants to add US insurer Affirmative Direct Insurance Company in a US$5.7 million deal which would expand its global footprint to the world's biggest economy.  more»
  • UPDATE: Hagamans say Little apology not genuine

    20:56 | 24/3/17
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    March 24 (BusinessDesk) - Defamation proceedings against Labour Party leader Andrew Little by Earl and Lani Hagaman will proceed, even though Little publicly apologised today after the Auditor-General found no link between the couple's political donations ... more»
  • Hagamans to proceed with defamation case against Little

    20:55 | 24/3/17
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    March 24 (BusinessDesk) - Defamation proceedings against Labour Party leader Andrew Little by Earl and Lani Hagaman will proceed, with Little publicly apologising today after the Auditor-General found no link between a donation made by the couple and ... more»
  • Rock Lobster Industry Challenge Recreational Lobbyist

    20:51 | 24/3/17
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    Bay of Plenty Rock Lobster Industry Challenge Recreational Lobbyist Commercial rock lobster fishermen in the Bay of Plenty (CRA 2) fishery are refuting statements made recently by Scott Macindoe of LegaSea, who claimed that “ there are no crayfish ... more»
  • Feds Endorses Ambitious Trade Agenda

    16:57 | 24/3/17
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    The Government’s move today to boost New Zealand’s trade efforts is positive for farmers and for New Zealand, says Federated Farmers President Dr William Rolleston.  more»
  • South Port CEO O'Connor steps down after 17 years

    16:13 | 24/3/17
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    March 24 (BusinessDesk) - South Port New Zealand chief executive Mark O’Connor is to step down after 17 years running the nation's southernmost deep water port, having led the company to a record profit on record cargo volumes in 2016. more»
  • Govt push for FTAs to cover 90% of export goods

    16:10 | 24/3/17
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    March 24 (BusinessDesk) - The government's newly minted trade agenda wants near-saturation free trade agreement coverage for locally exported goods by 2030, however it doesn't want to pass up opportunities offered by new technology enabling more service exports. more»
  • Electric Vehicle DC rapid charging plug type about to change

    16:08 | 24/3/17
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    ChargeNet NZ are pleased to announce the forthcoming change to their DC fast charging network from Type 1 CCS charging to the Type 2 CCS charging plug.  more»
  • Focus on trade strategy

    15:49 | 24/3/17
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    Today’s release of the Government’s Trade Agenda 2030 comes at an important time says the EMA.  more»
  • DairyNZ research on show at Farmers’ Forums

    15:43 | 24/3/17
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    The latest DairyNZ science and innovation will be revealed at Farmers’ Forum events across the country in May.  more»
  • Former Farmers boss ‘a great retailer and merchant’

    15:18 | 24/3/17
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    Former Farmers CEO Rod McDermott, who died this week, was a great retailer and merchant who contributed a huge amount to retailing in New Zealand, says Wellington Chamber of Commerce Chief Executive John Milford. more»