Wednesday, 18 September 2019

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  • JobDUN celebrates 10 years of job creation in Dunedin

    12:05 | 17/9/19
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    Dunedin (Tuesday 17 September 2019) – Tomorrow, successful local internship programme JobDUN celebrates 10 years of assisting businesses to find talent, save time and create employment in Dunedin more»
  • UC Engineering excels with $11.8m MBIE Endeavour Funding

    11:38 | 17/9/19
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    Three University of Canterbury Engineering academics have been awarded Ministry of Business, Innovation and Enterprise (MBIE) 2019 Endeavour Funding totalling $11.8 million to lead research in areas of renewable energy and advanced manufacturing. more»
  • Connect Global acquires 5% stake in Housingdotcodotnz

    11:36 | 17/9/19
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    Connect Global’s Managing Director Siua Fiso increased the company’s shareholding to 10% after recognising the huge potential of the software platform business.  more»
  • Govt minerals strategy poses 'significant' risk

    11:06 | 17/9/19
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    Sept. 17 (BusinessDesk) - The government’s proposed minerals and petroleum strategy poses a “significant” risk to security of energy and resource supply at a time of physical shortages in the country’s gas market, independent research house Enerlytica ... more»
  • Trump authorises use of emergency crude stockpile

    11:05 | 17/9/19
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    Sept. 17 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar fell against the US dollar after President Donald Trump authorised the use of the country's emergency crude stockpile after the weekend attack on Saudi Arabia’s major oil facilities. more»
  • New directors to help push for smarter farming

    11:03 | 17/9/19
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    Agri-environment expert Dr Jacqueline Rowarth, farmer Nicola Hyslop and governance and e-commerce leader David Biland have joined Ravensdown’s board of directors, it was announced at the co-operative’s 2019 annual meeting in Lincoln. more»
  • ASB partners with KidsCan

    10:52 | 17/9/19
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    Every day in New Zealand, thousands of children go to school lacking one or more basic necessities including food, shoes or a raincoat. ASB is helping to change this by partnering with KidsCan on its hot meals programme, and volunteering at least ... more»
  • All Blacks Drawn Into Adani Mine Dispute

    10:44 | 17/9/19
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    Petition calling for the All Blacks and Rugby NZ to dump principal sponsor AIG over ties to Adani Group launched on the eve of the Rugby World Cup  more»
  • Low Winter Listings Could Put a Spring Back in the Market

    10:39 | 17/9/19
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    Wellington, Tuesday 17 September - A drop in property sales and house listings during the last month of winter points to a slower housing market, however, there are still plenty of opportunities for buyers and sellers to make the most of market conditions. more»
  • Financial Services Council comment on FMA & RBNZ Review

    10:26 | 17/9/19
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    The Financial Services Council acknowledges the release of the Financial Markets Authority (FMA) and Reserve Bank (RBNZ) review into the response of life insurers’ to the Conduct and Culture Review process, and the strong message that faster progress ... more»
  • FMA and RBNZ disappointed with insurers response to review

    10:23 | 17/9/19
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    The Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) and Financial Markets Authority (FMA) today released their findings on life insurers’ responses to the joint Conduct and Culture Review. more»
  • 75% of Kiwis now pay for at least one streaming service

    10:20 | 17/9/19
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    Whether it’s Netflix, Neon, Lightbox or TVNZ On Demand - streaming TV, films and sports is becoming mainstream and Kiwis young and old are changing their viewing habits. more»
  • Public voting opens for best French gastronomy in NZ

    10:17 | 17/9/19
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    Members of the public are being encouraged to vote for the crème de la crème of French gastronomy in New Zealand in a competition from Thursday 19 September until Sunday 6 October.  more»
  • Z, BP, Mobil dragging chain on secure Auckland jetfuel

    10:03 | 17/9/19
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    Sept. 17 (BusinessDesk) - The government needs legal powers to compel the owners of the jet fuel supply system to Auckland International Airport to invest in greater capacity as early as the middle of next year, an independent review has found. more»
  • Flurry of childcare sales

    09:35 | 17/9/19
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    The long leases and attractive income returns offered by early childcare education centres is continuing to drive investment interest in this growing sector of the commercial property market. more»
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