Wednesday, 24 September 2014

Lyttelton Port Company Ltd (NS) Ordinary Shares

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  • LPC takeover now unconditional

    00:00 | 22/9/14 (subscription)
    Christchurch City Holdings Ltd, a company owned by the Christchurch City Council, has now received “irrevocable acceptances” for the ordinary shares in Lyttelton Port Co Ltd (NZX: LPC) that it did not already own. The company said on Friday it now ... more»
  • Next section of Western Corridor underway

    11:15 | 15/9/14
    ... for the rebuild.” Mr Brownlee says four-laning the existing highway and building the new Western Belfast Bypass will improve access to the city's freight hubs and connections to Christchurch International Airport and Lyttelton Port of Christchurch ... more»
  • Maritime Union raises concern on Lyttelton Port sale

    00:22 | 12/9/14 (subscription)
    Port Otago back in 2006 halted the privatisation of Port of Christchurch Ltd (NZX: LPC) but now its sale of 15.8% interest in LPC to the Christchurch City Council is ringing alarm bells for the Maritime Union of New Zealand. more»
  • Savings not sales - People's Choice

    04:52 | 5/9/14
    The Press
    It could sell some of the assets it owns through commercial arm Christchurch City Holdings Ltd. Those assets include Christchurch International Airport, Lyttelton Port of Christchurch, Orion, City Care, Red Bus and Enable. Councillor Andrew Turner, who ... more»
  • Port Otago gains on sale of Lyttelton shares

    05:26 | 3/9/14
    Otago Daily Times
    Port Otago has scored a financial coup against its competitor Lyttelton Port of Christchurch, having squeezed a 14%-23% premium on the share price in order to sell its 15.5% stake. more»
  • NZ's Lyttelton Port Recommends Offer, to Pay Special Dividend

    04:52 | 2/9/14
    The board backed the offer from Christchurch City Holdings Ltd, which controls 95.1 percent of the port company, after it secured the stake of the second biggest shareholder early last month. more»
  • Wharfie's death overshadows results

    04:52 | 30/8/14
    Lyttelton Port of Christchurch's annual financial results release yesterday afternoon was overshadowed by the death of a port worker just 24 hours earlier. more»
  • Worker killed at Lyttelton Port

    16:23 | 28/8/14
    Reginald Clayton Hardaker, 52, was carrying out demolition work at the Lyttelton Port Company last November for Smith Crane & Construction Limited when an unsecured concrete wall collapsed on him, crushing his head between the panel and a nearby ... more»
  • Port Hills homes to be dozed

    05:01 | 23/8/14
    "We are very mindful of the need to protect property and life but also to protect infrastructure," council chief planning officer Mike Theelen said yesterday, as he released the final in a series of GNS Science reports on mass movement in the Port Hills. more»
  • Formal port offer expected in weeks

    04:52 | 20/8/14
    Shareholders in Lyttelton Port Company will have to wait another week or so before an announced takeover offer from Christchurch City Council is formalised. more»
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