Wednesday, 18 September 2019

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  • Synlait to commission Pokeno plant despite legal problems

    16:04 | 12/9/19
    Sept. 12 (BusinessDesk) - Synlait Milk will commission its new Pokeno plant before the end of the month despite an ongoing legal battle.  more»
  • New Zealand’s first medicinal cannabis summit announced

    15:52 | 12/9/19
    BioTechNZ has announced New Zealand’s first international medicinal cannabis summit, aiming to provide a catalyst for Kiwis to maximise opportunities in the country’s newest sector. more»
  • French Chamber salutes 35th anniversary & top performers

    15:11 | 12/9/19
    To celebrate 35 years in operation, the French New Zealand Chamber of Commerce is holding an inaugural gala dinner in Auckland on 10 October 2019 in partnership with gold sponsors, ACCOR , Bureau Veritas and Vinci Construction . more»
  • Case growing for reviving rejected StuffME merger

    14:23 | 12/9/19
    Sept. 12 (BusinessDesk) - Cost-cutting at online and news publisher Stuff is compromising the quality of its products, hastening a decline in its “very poor” earnings and could tip the balance to favour a revived merger with NZME, says investment house ... more»
  • Household power bills hit 10 year low

    14:01 | 12/9/19
    The average annual power bill has fallen by $120 since 2015 according to data released by MBIE today, Electricity Retailers’ Association Chief Executive Cameron Burrows says. more»
  • Airbnb welcomes progress on Queenstown visitor levy

    13:49 | 12/9/19
    “Airbnb welcomes the Government’s decision to work with Queenstown Lakes District Council on drafting a bill which is an important step to making the proposed visitor levy a reality.  more»
  • GfK NZ Commercial Radio Ratings - S3 2019

    13:43 | 12/9/19
    The Third Radio Survey release for 2019 shows the continued strength of commercial radio as a regular part of 3.3 million New Zealanders everyday lives.  more»
  • NZST and YoungTEC continue to drive tourism as a career

    12:56 | 12/9/19
    The fourth consecutive year of the New Zealand School of Tourism (NZST) Speed dating initiative has demonstrated the value of developing tourism careers with the largest group of participants this year, amounting to over 100. more»
  • T&G sells site to Goodman Property for $65m

    12:48 | 12/9/19
    Sept. 12 (BusinessDesk) - T&G Global has sold its Mt Wellington property to Goodman Property Trust for $65 million and will lease it for up to four years while it figures out what kind of office and logistics space it needs.  more»
  • Synlait profit rises 10%

    12:47 | 12/9/19
    Sept. 12 (BusinessDesk) - Synlait Milk lifted annual net profit 10 percent and said it remains sanguine about legal issues facing its soon-to-be commissioned Pokeno plant.  more»
  • Z Energy cuts forecast by $60m

    12:35 | 12/9/19
    Sept. 12 (BusinessDesk) - Z Energy has cut its earnings guidance by $60 million, citing “unprecedented” discounting and weaker than expected margins at the Marsden Point refinery. more»
  • Valocity announced as top 20 finalist in India Fintech Award

    12:30 | 12/9/19
    New Zealand FinTech company Valocity has been named in the top 20 finalists for this year’s India Fintech awards.  more»
  • NZ dollar dips on US data; focus now on ECB

    11:03 | 12/9/19
    Sept. 12 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar dipped after US producer price's lifted in August but was largely treading water ahead of the European Central Bank rate decision due overnight.  more»
  • Tomato and bacon prices streak ahead

    10:46 | 12/9/19
    Higher fruit and vegetable prices, as well as rising prices for meat, were key factors pushing overall food prices up 0.7 percent in August, Stats NZ said today.  more»
  • NZ payments leaders commit to making online shopping better

    10:45 | 12/9/19
    AUCKLAND, September 12, 2019 – New Zealand payments leaders Adyen, Bambora, Cybersource, Paystation by Trade Me, and Windcave, have committed to rolling out a new payment tech-nology in partnership with Visa, making New Zealand one of the first countries ... more»
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