Tuesday, 02 September 2014

NZX News

  • The Government must regulate industry that is cynically targeting young children

    13:30 | 2/9/14
    Irish Independent
    The Irish medical community - through the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland Policy Group on Obesity - has called for the Government to regulate and for the food and drinks industry to stop cynically targeting children with their high-fat, high ... more»
  • A Cheeseburger, Fries, Milkshake, and a Side of Civil Disobedience, Please...

    12:56 | 2/9/14
    TheBlaze.com
    NEW YORK (TheBlaze/AP) - McDonald's, Wendy's and other fast-food restaurants are expected to be targeted with acts of civil disobedience in 150 U.S. more»
  • S A S Navaz Retires as Customs Dy Commissioner

    12:56 | 2/9/14
    The New Indian Express
    KOCHI: S A S Navaz, Deputy Commissioner of Customs at the Cochin International Airport Limited (CIAL), retired from service on August 31, after 37 years of service. more»
  • New study shows more Americans working longer hours

    12:33 | 2/9/14
    WBTW - Myrtle Beach and Florence SC
    We only have a limited season so it's extra important to take advantage of it while you can so Labor Day for us is just another day to be out at work,” said Stegall. more»
  • Social policy means big business

    12:00 | 2/9/14
    Manawatu Standard
    The most prominent firm normally mentioned here is Fletcher Building - the largest company listed on the New Zealand sharemarket. more»
  • China Banks Boost Precious Metals Hoard Amid Lease Demand

    11:15 | 2/9/14
    Bloomberg
    Precious metals held by Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd. (1398), China Construction Bank Corp., Agricultural Bank of China Ltd. (1288) and Bank of China Ltd., the country's four biggest lenders, were worth 378 billion yuan ($62 billion) at ... more»
  • Rare earth plant protestor sees ugly side of Malaysia at KLIA

    11:01 | 2/9/14
    The Malaysian Insider
    To top it all, despite the New Zealand citizen asking repeatedly, the Immigration Department could not give any reason why they were not allowing her into the country. more»
  • TIL Group improves safety with EROAD rollout

    10:41 | 2/9/14
    CIO New Zealand
    None TIL (Transport Investments Ltd), a major privately owned transport company has installed EROAD system to enhance safety across its fleet. more»
  • APN considers spinning off NZ assets

    10:41 | 2/9/14
    MuMbrella
    APN News & Media Limited today announced that it is considering strategic options with regards to APN New Zealand, which incorporates its New Zealand publishing assets, The Radio Network and GrabOne businesses. more»
  • Murder Suspect's Sister Arrested

    10:18 | 2/9/14
    WHSV
    Augusta County sheriff's deputies say Elkton resident Laura Lee Williams is charged with felony accessory after the fact to first-degree murder. more»
  • Voters not stupid,warns Gordhan

    10:07 | 2/9/14
    Times LIVE
    Pravin Gordhan has sent a warning to politicians: no matter how poor, South Africans are not stupid and will use their vote to express their dissatisfaction with the government's performance. ... They can see through me like they can see through a ... more»
  • The case for the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2014: Part One

    09:56 | 2/9/14
    Behind the Steel Curtain
    There's not enough space in this format to make a comprehensive argument for Tomlin, so let me make a limited case for his contribution to the seventh Lombardi. more»
  • Community Calendar

    09:45 | 2/9/14
    Cortez Journal
    The Four Corners Lecture Series, the Hisatsinom Chapter of the Colorado Archaeology Society, presents Dr. Jeffrey Dean on Tuesday, at 7 p.m. more»
  • Not Just for the Stranded

    09:45 | 2/9/14
    New York Times
    “There certainly has been growth in the past decade of full-service hotels near airports,” said Scott Berman, United States hospitality and leisure practice leader at PricewaterhouseCoopers. more»
  • Business in Brief - U. Dori losses balloon to $116 million

    09:34 | 2/9/14
    Haaretz
    Oil Refineries Ltd. led shares higher, gaining 4.8% to a close of 1.27 shekels after S&P Maalot rated a planned bond offering of 750 million shekels BBB the company plans to use to recycle debt. more»