Thursday, 15 April 2021

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  • The Importance Of Using Specialist Builders For Villa Renovations

    12:57 | 9/4/21
    It is safe to say, New Zealand has a love affair with the classic villa. An iconic part of NZ history the villa is a mainstay of city streets up and down the country. While these character homes are built solid, with a high level of workmanship, there ... more»
  • Tourism Industry Supports Better Freedom Camping Management

    11:03 | 9/4/21
    Tourism Industry Aotearoa supports Government efforts to further improve the management of freedom camping in New Zealand but says the proposals must be fully tested and assessed. TIA will make a detailed submission in response to the discussion document ... more»
  • Dwelling And Household Estimates: March 2021 Quarter

    10:41 | 9/4/21
    Key facts At 31 March 2021:   private dwellings estimate – 1,954,000 households estimate – 1,865,300. Visit our website to read this information release and to download CSV files: Dwelling and household estimates: March 2021 quarter CSV ... more»
  • Outcome Of PwC Review Into Air New Zealand Gas Turbines Business

    09:46 | 9/4/21
    Air New Zealand has received the report into its Gas Turbines business from independent external advisers PwC. Air New Zealand Chairman Dame Therese Walsh says the report identified a range of effective controls in the Gas Turbines revenue contracting ... more»
  • Venture Taranaki Hosting Regional Business Partner Network Conference

    09:43 | 9/4/21
    This week, more than 100 delegates from around the country will be in Taranaki for the Regional Business Partner (RBP) Network conference. The RBP Network is a nationwide programme, of which Venture Taranaki is a part of, that connects and supports New ... more»
  • Commission Issues Updated Cartel Leniency Policy

    09:21 | 9/4/21
    The Commerce Commission has issued its revised cartel leniency and immunity policy and revised template leniency agreement. The cartel leniency and immunity policy has been updated to reflect changes to the Commission’s cartel leniency policy ... more»
  • Kiwiness Tours Launch Stag & Hen’s Do Tours

    09:10 | 9/4/21
    Matakana-based tour operator, Kiwiness Tours are launching their new service which offers custom tours for stag and hen’s parties. Over the past three years, Kiwiness Tours have been providing day tours around the Matakana Coast, showcasing the best ... more»
  • Air New Zealand Capital Raise Deferred

    09:02 | 9/4/21
    Air New Zealand has decided to defer its planned capital raise to later in 2021 allowing more time to assess the impacts of recent developments on the airline’s path to recovery. "We’ve seen some clearing of COVID-19 clouds recently, with ... more»
  • HKTDC International Sourcing Show | ONLINE Attracts 23,000 Buyers

    05:43 | 9/4/21
    Click2Match creates cross-industry opportunities Online-and-offline sourcing emerges as new trend HONG KONG, Apr 8, 2021 - (ACN Newswire) - The HKTDC International Sourcing Show is the first online-and-offline trade exhibition organised by the Hong Kong ... more»
  • Daifuku Launches Into Modernisation Of New Zealand Post's Major Processing Facilities

    16:31 | 8/4/21
    AUCKLAND, New Zealand, April 7, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Daifuku, recognised as the No. 1 material handling provider worldwide*, has been selected by New Zealand Post (NZ Post) to deliver the single largest material handling investment program within ... more»
  • $3 Million For Priceless Eco-retreat With Protected Bush And Helipad

    16:24 | 8/4/21
    A hand-built luxury eco-lodge in the beachside settlement of Waihi has been placed on the market for a cool $3.2 million. Set on 8.44ha of lifestyle land, construction on the unique five-bedroom residence began in 2002 of environmentally-friendly materials ... more»
  • Trans-Atlantic Inspired Homestead With A Kiwi Lifestyle Goes Up For Sale

    16:21 | 8/4/21
    49, Walters Road. A majestic New England style homestead set in English style park-like grounds on Auckland’s Southern outskirts has been placed on the market for sale. The five-bedroom/five-bathroom mansion sits on some 1.44 hectares of semi-rural land ... more»
  • Advances In Construction Long Overdue

    16:14 | 8/4/21
    While the manufacturing, healthcare, and technology sectors have embraced technological advances and refined their processes, construction has lagged behind, but Digital Twin technologies could be the solution. To achieve sustainable infrastructure, construction ... more»
  • Business Confidence Results

    16:14 | 8/4/21
    Auckland small and medium businesses have indicated a gloomy outlook for the next six months, suggesting in the latest Auckland Business Chamber Confidence Survey that the economy has plateaued. The early April survey provides a snapshot of the ... more»
  • Examining The Housing Market Ahead Of Big Changes

    16:12 | 8/4/21
    Last week’s housing announcement has drawn attention all over the country, and with CoreLogic data showing the highest rate of value growth in 15 years, it would appear this heightened attention is justified – CoreLogic Head of New Zealand Research ... more»
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