Tuesday, 24 July 2018

Latest News

  • MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares down on Trump threats

    20:36 | 23/7/18
    MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares down on Trump threats, A2 and Pushpay drop while Kathmandu rises  more»
  • NZ dollar gains as markets fret about Fed

    20:14 | 23/7/18
    July 23 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar continued to push higher against the US dollar as President Donald Trump's criticism of the high greenback and rising interest rates raised concerns about potential political pressure being exerted on ... more»
  • Tougher NZX disclosure obligations get mixed response

    19:47 | 23/7/18
    July 23 (BusinessDesk) - NZX's proposals to impose stiffer disclosure obligations received a mixed response, finding favour with investor groups whereas listed companies and law firms were more cautious or outright hostile to the added burden.  more»
  • How can dairy owners support the Smokefree2025 goal

    18:44 | 23/7/18
    Hapai Te Hauora's answer to this question is ‘to remove the supply of tobacco from convenience stores nationwide’. This may seem like an unrealistic goal in today’s context but we believe it is achievable. It will simply take some brave ... more»
  • The Warehouse cuts up to 140 jobs in restructure

    18:34 | 23/7/18
    July 23 (BusinessDesk) - Warehouse Group will cut between 120 and 140 full-time jobs across its flagship 'red shed' stores in a restructure.  more»
  • IoD governance award for Canterbury woman

    18:25 | 23/7/18
    IoD governance award for Canterbury woman Christchurch senior manager Katherine Allen has won an Institute of Directors award that puts her on a governance board of Ronald McDonald House South Island for a year.  more»
  • Trustpower supports intent of emissions target

    17:48 | 23/7/18
    Trustpower supports intent of emissions target but calls for careful consideration of impacts By Rebecca Howard  more»
  • AMI and State Insurance premiums risk rating changes

    17:06 | 23/7/18
    AMI and State Insurance premiums take greater account of risks such as earthquakes and floods  more»
  • Outcome of the Porirua Chamber of Commerce’s future

    16:07 | 23/7/18
    Porirua Chamber of Commerce has announced that, following a review into its future sustainability, it has approached Wellington Chamber of Commerce to provide interim support and to administer back-office operations while longer-term options between ... more»
  • Pioneering tourism-hub hospitality business goes up for sale

    15:48 | 23/7/18
    The land, buildings and business sustaining a pioneering hospitality entity in what is now one of New Zealand’s fastest growing ‘off-the-beaten-track’ tourism hubs has been placed on the market for sale. more»
  • Funded regional media extended

    15:42 | 23/7/18
    Two South Island regions will benefit from more multi-media reporting on current issues on their patch, with the support of NZ On Air.  more»
  • Ten Christchurch companies to watch in 2018

    14:57 | 23/7/18
    The top 10 Christchurch companies to keep an eye on for future growth include a life changing burger experience offering free hugs, a tiny house accommodation provider and an innovative GPS fleet tracking company. more»
  • Holiday parks key to growing tourism sustainably

    14:52 | 23/7/18
    New insight shows holiday parks are key to growing tourism sustainably in the regions, says Holiday Parks Association Chief Executive Fergus Brown.  more»
  • Co-working comes to Porirua

    13:34 | 23/7/18
    Along with the recently established City Hub pop-up initiative, at 17a Hartham Pl, where businesses, freelancers and startup companies can set up for different periods of time, The Settlement is on its way. more»
  • Ultra Hub Plus modem while customers wait for fibre

    13:32 | 23/7/18
    Vodafone New Zealand announced today new customers signing up to an Ultimate Home Fibre plan* will be able to get connected faster thanks to a New Zealand-first technology, the Ultra Hub Plus modem. The modem gives customers a mobile broadband connection ... more»
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