Sunday, 31 August 2014

New Zealand Stock Exchange

  • Melvin Gordon up for LSU challenge

    23:03 | 30/8/14
    Janesville Gazette
    The line gained confidence from a 293-yard rushing performance against a good South Carolina front in the 2014 Capital One Bowl. more»
NZX Top 10 by Value Traded
AIAAuckland International Airport3.6701,570,9340.1102.91%
FBUFletcher Building9.2001,621,3790.0900.97%
SPKSpark New Zealand Limited2.93513,266,8060.0100.34%
CENContact Energy5.5501,061,6730.0901.60%
FPHFisher and Paykel Healthcare5.120848,1990.0701.39%
AIRAir New Zealand2.1952,927,8260.0200.90%
SKTSky Network Television6.6001,059,2400.0500.75%
RYMRyman Healthcare8.060580,9780.0600.75%
KMDKathmandu Holdings Ltd3.2901,158,7220.0300.92%
XROXero Ltd25.20172,6600.150.59%
Latest News
  • Qantas, Virgin submit new flight plan after losses

    23:03 | 30/8/14
    Herald Sun
    Now, the general assumption has been that Virgin's big brothers - the three international airlines, Singapore, Air New Zealand and Etihad, which together own more than 60 per cent of the stock - are happy to run Virgin as a sort of loss leader. It ... more»
  • UGA-Clemson: Five keys, game breakdown, matchup to watch

    22:41 | 30/8/14
    Online Athens
    Georgia's defense limited big plays in the two spring scrimmages from what Richt said. How will a .... Georgia is hoping more in-game music and piped-in noise in Sanford Stadium will give it the type of atmosphere it dealt with at Clemson last year ... more»
  • Film the police; Don't buy them cameras

    21:37 | 30/8/14
    Baltimore Post-Examiner
    In the wake of the killing of Michael Brown—a black teenager—by Darren Wilson, a white on-duty police officer in Ferguson, MO, many social activists and reformers have honed in on equipping police with cameras as a preventative solution. ... Although ... more»
  • Nashville's Music Row: Should ugly buildings be preserved?

    21:00 | 30/8/14
    Al Jazeera America
    Historic significance is often tricky to define because it “can depend on who you are talking to,” says Carolyn Brackett, who heads the Nashville office of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Traditional preservation efforts focus on exterior ... more»
  • Outgoing University of Maine at Augusta president honored

    19:52 | 30/8/14
    Press Herald
    To coincide with university's 50th anniversary in 2015, UMA launched a capital campaign this year with a goal of raising $5 million to $7.5 million to support scholarships, online programs, veterans services and an auditorium expansion. more»
  • Kennewick Man 'might have been Asian'

    18:56 | 30/8/14
    Independent Online
    Scientists have told their story of Kennewick Man before in lectures and interviews, but the new book represents the most detailed account of research that came about only after scientists sued for access to the bones. The Army of Corps of Engineers ... more»
  • Global coalition needed to combat ISIL's genocidal agenda: Kerry

    18:11 | 30/8/14
    Press TV
    The ISIL terrorist group, which is operating in Iraq and Syria, “presents a unifying threat to a broad array of countries, including the United States, Kerry wrote in an article published in The New York Times on Friday. He advocated "a united response ... more»
  • Mad Butcher owner buying Nosh Food Market

    17:48 | 30/8/14
    3News NZ
    Veritas Limited has signed a purchase agreement for Nosh, which is conditional on approval by Nosh Management Limited shareholders, landlords and key suppliers. Paul Lucas, who holds 88 percent of Nosh shares will vote in favour of the sale, which is ... more»
  • Standard & Poor's lowers Fonterra's credit rating because of a new "financial ...

    17:48 | 30/8/14
    Standard & Poor's Ratings Services said today that it had lowered its long-term rating on Fonterra Co-operative Group Ltd. to 'A' from 'A+', and affirmed the 'A-1' short-term rating. The outlook on the long-term rating is stable. At the same time, we ... more»
  • Friday's Scores

    17:48 | 30/8/14
    Billings Skyview 21, Bozeman 17. Ennis 46, Broadview-Lavina 6. Geraldine-Highwood 50, Augusta 18. Great Falls Russell 33, Missoula Sentinel 28. more»
  • PM: Mining, oil huge potential for region

    16:30 | 30/8/14
    Gisborne Herald
    The Government had taken “a look” at the suggestion of Mayor Meng Foon and Local Government New Zealand that districts be paid royalties from oil and gas extracted from their region. There were challenges involved in developing such a scheme, while ... more»
  • Final defeat looms for World War II heroes as Darwin Z Special Unit commando ...

    16:30 | 30/8/14
    Yahoo!7 News
    Consisting mainly of Australian, British, Dutch and New Zealand members, but also - notable in a time ruled by the White Australia policy - it recruited fighters of Timorese and Indonesian heritage. more»
  • Kauri dieback not as widespread as feared

    15:56 | 30/8/14
    Kauri dieback disease is caused by a microscopic, fungus-like organism which infects the tree's roots and damages the tissues that carry nutrients and water within the tree, effectively starving it to death. ... There are no walking tracks and access ... more»
  • Four Weeks Out for Aug. 30

    15:56 | 30/8/14
    Appleton Post Crescent
    Reservations are necessary due to limited seating and can be made by contacting Alan Peche at or 920-832-2852. more»
  • Search continues for murder suspect

    15:11 | 30/8/14
    The Daily Progress
    Augusta County Sheriff's deputies continued to search Friday for a suspect wanted in connection with a homicide case. Richard Clay Smith, 47, of Weyers Cave, is charged with capital murder. The charge against Smith stems from the shooting of 80-year ... more»
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