Thursday, 15 April 2021

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  • Password Apathy Is Costing Kiwis Millions

    11:17 | 7/4/21
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    A simple change to password behaviour could save New Zealanders millions of dollars says CERT NZ, the government agency which supports organisations and individuals affected by cyber security incidents. In 2020, Kiwis lost almost $17 million1 through ... more»
  • Harraways & Whanau Awhina Plunket Celebrate Mums

    11:16 | 7/4/21
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    Harraways and Whanau Awhina Plunket continue their collaboration as they celebrate Mother’s Day together during this year’s annual Plunket Mother’s Day Celebration during the weekend of 8th and 9th May. These two homegrown, heritage brands collectively ... more»
  • Three Waters Sector Challenged By Huge Growth And Infrastructure Demands

    10:21 | 7/4/21
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    Water New Zealand says new data just released shows the extent of the enormous challenges facing the water sector in New Zealand. Chief executive Gillian Blythe says the three waters sector has responded to rising demands with a big jump in infrastructure spending ... more»
  • Federated Farmers Sees MIQ Opportunity For Agriculture

    10:17 | 7/4/21
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    Federated Farmers hopes that the Government will take the opportunity of newly available space in MIQ quarantine to bring much-needed workers for the primary industries into New Zealand. COVID-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins estimates that the Australian ... more»
  • Auckland House Sales Strong Before New Investment Rules Announced

    10:00 | 7/4/21
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    The Auckland residential property market lived up to its reputation of being at its strongest in March with record prices paid and a record number of homes being sold. “In terms of both prices paid and the number of homes sold, this March was ... more»
  • Investors Roll In As International Tyre Distributor’s Premises Go Up For Sale

    09:33 | 7/4/21
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    The modern industrial facility housing an international distributor of automotive products has been put up for sale in Wellington’s premier industrial precinct. <img src="https://img.scoop.co.nz/stories/images/2104/bbbf103b7faa2d608c2c.jpeg" ... more»
  • 2degrees Makes Roaming Worry-free For Businesses Ahead Of Trans-Tasman Bubble

    09:13 | 7/4/21
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    As Cabinet announces the opening of a trans-Tasman bubble on 19 April, the 2degrees’ Shaping Business Study, now in its second year, reveals the decision will come as a relief to Kiwi business decision makers, a third of whom say they will only travel ... more»
  • Welcome Boost Expected With Aussie Kiwi Bubble Opening

    05:53 | 7/4/21
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    That from Peter and Susanne Wood who run Ski Time in Methven, after they heard the announcement from the Prime Minister today. Ski Time provides accommodation, one of the region’s leading restaurants and boutique conference facilities a little ... more»
  • Subway® Launches Logo-free Billboards In Brand First

    05:39 | 7/4/21
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    6 APRIL 2021: Subway New Zealand has launched a brand-first marketing campaign, with a series of non-branded billboards popping up around the country. The campaign celebrates the sandwich giant’s iconic Footlong sub and involves billboards showcasing ... more»
  • Wellington And Central Region Businesses Welcome The Trans-Tasman Bubble

    05:14 | 7/4/21
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    Wellington Chamber of Commerce and Business Central welcome the news that from Monday 19 April the trans-Tasman bubble will be operational. "This is good news for businesses and a world first between two countries that have eliminated Covid-19, ... more»
  • Yes Finance Welcomes New Regulations To Protect Kiwis From Unaffordable Loans.

    17:57 | 6/4/21
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    The New Zealand Government’s move to ensure that anyone who wants to borrow money is guaranteed consistent protection is endorsed by finance company Yes Finance. “Our goal is to ensure that your loan works for you and it’s reducing your debt,” ... more»
  • Warm Welcome Awaits Australian Visitors To NZ

    17:45 | 6/4/21
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    Tourism operators around the country are breathing a sigh of relief at the opening of the trans-Tasman travel bubble on 19 April. Tourism Industry Aotearoa Chief Executive Chris Roberts says the industry was desperately keen to be given a date today and ... more»
  • Trans-Tasman Bubble Critical First Step

    17:25 | 6/4/21
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    The EMA says today’s announcement that the two-way trans-Tasman bubble will go ahead from midnight, April 18, will be welcomed by all businesses reliant on trade with Australia. "This is the ‘rope up the cliff’ for many of our members ... more»
  • Opening Of Trans-Tasman Bubble Wonderful News, Says Hospitality NZ

    17:23 | 6/4/21
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    Hospitality New Zealand welcomes the opening of the trans-Tasman bubble in less than two weeks on 19 April. Chief Executive Julie White says it’s wonderful news for struggling hospitality and accommodation businesses. “Now it’s a matter of ... more»
  • Much Needed Progress With Bubble, Funding And Vaccine - But Still A Way To Go

    17:22 | 6/4/21
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    “We are grateful and hopeful following news of the Trans-Tasman ‘travel bubble’ but there is still a long way to go until industry recovery,” says New Zealand Air Line Pilots’ Association (NZALPA) President Captain Andrew Ridling. “Along ... more»
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