Saturday, 05 September 2015

NZX News

  • Justin Barney's Week 2 football Snaps: Mandarin turns the corner and a bit of ...

    18:41 | 5/9/15
    Florida Times-Union (blog)
    The guy was as optimistic and excited about tackling a monumental building project as I can recall. There have been some lean years on Barnes Road since the Rams went 2-0 to start that season, to the tune of a 17-71 record (entering the 2015 season). more»
  • Home Retail Group Plc Receives "Neutral" Rating from Citigroup Inc. (HOME)

    18:22 | 5/9/15
    Dakota Financial News
    Home Retail Group Plc logo Citigroup Inc. reaffirmed their neutral rating on shares of Home Retail Group Plc (LON:HOME) in a research note released on Friday morning, Marketbeat. more»
  • New Zealand: Substandard repairs to earthquake-damaged homes in Christchurch

    17:37 | 5/9/15
    World Socialist Web Site
    Most of the repairs surveyed had been done by contractors hired by Fletcher Building, the country's biggest construction company, which manages EQC's earthquake repairs. more»
  • International attention on changing Arctic presents opportunity to thrive, if ...

    14:03 | 5/9/15
    Alaska Dispatch News
    Currently, there are only two active Coast Guard icebreakers in the U.S. fleet, the Polar Star and the Healy, one of which is nearing retirement and the other primarily used for research. more»
  • New tension on Dover's meanest streets following shooting

    13:28 | 5/9/15
    The News Journal
    Kim Butler is associate director of the Kent County Community Action Agency office, which is adjacent to the parking lot where the chase for Fletcher ended when Fletcher was shot in the upper thigh. She said she was alerted to trouble by the sound of ... more»
  • Cautious Steps toward Seabed Mining

    13:18 | 5/9/15
    The Maritime Executive
    By contrast, copper grades in seabeds slated for exploitation in 2018 by the Canadian mining company Nautilus Minerals, lying under 1,600m of water off Papua New Guinea, average 7.2 percent. It's estimated that 500 billion metric tons of polymetallic ... more»
  • Will Uber drivers turn on Uber?

    12:33 | 5/9/15
    BBC News
    Just down the road from San Francisco's international airport is what can only be described as a holding pen for Uber drivers. more»
  • Chinese bank eyes stake in AMMB?

    11:15 | 5/9/15
    The Star Online
    It is a well-known fact that Melbourne-based ANZ is open to M&A opportunities following pressure from shareholders back home to improve returns from its Asian assets. But so far, there has been little interest from local banks to gobble up that block ... more»
  • Next Charlotte mayor will face challenges in Raleigh

    10:51 | 5/9/15
    Charlotte Observer
    2 The unexpected. The 2013 attempt to transfer control of Charlotte Douglas International Airport from the city to an independent commission caught Charlotte leaders by surprise. more»
  • Weekend Roundup: China Bares Its Teeth

    10:07 | 5/9/15
    Huffington Post
    Xi's stance was on display for all the world to see in the vast military spectacle on Tiananmen Square this week marking the 70th anniversary of the Allied defeat of Japan in World War II. That President Xi appeared alongside Vladimir Putin ... Today's ... more»
  • FHL Progresses With $30m Tower Plans

    09:56 | 5/9/15
    Fiji Sun Online
    Fijian Holdings Limited has entered the second stage of planning for the much-talked about 15-storey FHL Towers. Talks have begun with prospective clientele for tenancy in the building proposed to be constructed at the corner of Gordon Street and ... more»
  • Augusta files lawsuit over McGee Construction blast

    09:33 | 5/9/15
    Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel
    The lawsuit filed at the Capital Judicial Center seeks: an injunction preventing McGee Construction from using the property in violation of the Augusta Blasting Code; revocation of their permit to conduct blasting and mineral extraction; an unspecified ... more»
  • Judge: Injunction against water rule limited to 13 states

    09:22 | 5/9/15
    State officials say the regulations could be harmful to farmers and landowners who might have to pay for extra permits or redesign their property to manage small bodies of water on their private land. The government argued in court last month that the ... more»
  • Former Somerset County DA front desk clerk indicted in theft

    09:17 | 5/9/15
    Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel
    Maloney said at the time it was to ensure safety, because her Kennebec County offices no longer would have security officers when the court moved into the new Capital Judicial Center in Augusta and the district attorney office stayed behind in the old ... more»
  • SafeHomes of Augusta working on last push of capital campaign; how you can help

    09:11 | 5/9/15
    AUGUSTA, Ga. - An Augusta facility known for helping battered women and children is one step closer to a new and larger facility. more»
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