Monday, 28 July 2014


  • NZ Online Retail Sales 27/7/14

    16:04 | 28/7/14
    Total online spending in June 2014 was up 5% on June last year. • Spending at domestic online sites is up by 2% on the online spending in June last year. Excluding the “daily sales” sector, domestic online sales are up 6% on June last year. more»
  • Australian Eco Designer Woos Crowd in NZ

    16:00 | 28/7/14
    Western Australian designer Zuhal Kuvan-Mills of Green Embassy woo’d the crowd at New Zealand Eco Fashion Exposed (NZ’s Eco Fashion Week) held in Lower Hutt, New Zealand over the weekend. more»
  • Analytics and Loyalty will drive Mobile Payments Growth

    15:59 | 28/7/14
    Mobile proximity payments have to date proven lacklustre and despite hundreds of millions spent on developing these platforms, consumer take-up remains virtually non-existent. While the reasons for this are many, the application of loyalty rewards ... more»
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Recent News
  • Real estate transactions July 28, 2014

    15:56 | 28/7/14
    Bradenton Herald
    $386,800 Johnston David J, Bank of New York Mellon, Bank of New York, Cwalt Inc Alternative Loan Trust 2006 29T1 to Full Throttle Properties LLC, Holmes Beach 16th Unit, O.R. more»
  • New Territory Revealed

    15:52 | 28/7/14
    • Refreshed Territory SUV styling delivers purposeful look with packaging and space customers have come to expect from the award-winning SUV  more»
  • Alien: Isolation - The Cast of Alien trailer

    15:50 | 28/7/14
    Sigourney Weaver, Veronica Cartwright, Harry Dean Stanton, Tom Skerritt and Yaphet Kotto on Alien: Isolation. more»
  • Shareholders bid for Acurity takeover

    15:48 | 28/7/14
    The three major shareholder of Acurity Health Group, which owns Wellington's Wakefield Hospital, are offering $6.50 a share to take over the company.  more»

    15:45 | 28/7/14
    The Fletcher area reported the most damage. The sheriff's department said trees and power lines were down in ... And the seasons next tropical weather maker may be building way out in the Atlantic. A system that has a good chance of developing within ... more»
  • How to make teleworking work

    15:45 | 28/7/14
    AUT University’s New Zealand Work Research Institute (NZWRI) has released the Telework Briefing , a collection of key findings on managing telework. The briefing is aimed at helping managers implement or review teleworking within organisations. more»
  • Celebrations at Pompallier Mission

    15:39 | 28/7/14
    It was time to celebrate for the team at Pompallier Mission – the Heritage New Zealand property in Russell – recently voted among the top 10 landmarks in New Zealand by visitors and tourists using the TripAdvisor website.  more»
  • Capitalism is the cure, not the ill

    15:33 | 28/7/14
    Tyler Morning Telegraph
    A group of environmentalists from around the world have it completely wrong. ... “Property rights - a necessary prerequisite for free market economies - also provide strong incentives to invest in resource health,” Cato Institute's Jerry Taylor said ... more»
  • Dixon Migrant Education: Planting seeds, harvesting young lives

    15:33 | 28/7/14
    The Reporter
    A law first passed in 1965, when Lyndon Johnson was president (and later upheld by the Supreme Court), the program is in addition to the supplemental services the students already receive through school districts, many of them serving rural areas, like ... more»
  • Growers concerned about grains body review

    15:22 | 28/7/14
    ABC Online
    A draft report to the independent review of the Grains Research and Development Corporation's structure, initiated by the corporation itself, suggests moving gradually from a statutory body towards an industry-owned model, to improve efficiency. Grain ... more»
  • Grundy County Habitat group hires first executive director

    15:11 | 28/7/14
    Suburban Life Publications
    The homes come with a no-interest mortgage, with mortgage payments going to fund otherHabitat projects. Peterson was appointed by the Habitat board earlier this month, making her the first executive director in the local organization's 18-year history. more»
  • Best of British Columbia, Canada, Honoured

    15:09 | 28/7/14
    Patriotic Vanguard
    This finding revolutionized treatment of these at-risk patients, shifting the focus toward limiting the growth of clots in coronary arteries. more»
  • Jimmy the dwarf joins forces with enthuse events

    15:05 | 28/7/14
    28 July 2014 Well know actor, entertainer and comedian Jimmy James Fletcher is joining forces with Christchurch based media, events and entertainment company enthuse.  more»
  • Upsurge in Bay’s Young Innovators

    14:49 | 28/7/14
    MEDIA RELEASE: Monday 28 July 2014. Fifty five finalists have been announced in the 2014 Western Bay of Plenty Young Innovator Awards. Finalists were selected from over 100 entries, the majority of which have come from local secondary school students. more»
  • Oil Prospectors Shift Back to Wealthy Lands

    14:48 | 28/7/14
    Wall Street Journal
    In 2013, the world's biggest non-state-controlled oil companies—Exxon, Shell and Chevron Corp.—spent 66% of their exploration-and-production budgets in OECD countries, estimates Sanford C. Bernstein Ltd., up from 49% in 2003. Exxon in 2013 put 67% ... more»
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