Tuesday, 26 July 2016

Latest News

  • Highlanders aim high at altitude after average win over Brumbies

    14:05 | 26/7/16
    The Southland Times
    Despite having to return to South Africa so soon after their road trip to Port Elizabeth and Buenos Aires earlier this month, Joseph was looking forward to the challenge of playing an opponent configured like a New Zealand team, rather than the limited ... more»
  • Brandon expands into NZ with life science fund

    14:02 | 26/7/16
    Scoop
    Leading Australian life science venture firm announces appointment of Duncan Mackintosh to lead New Zealand operations  more»
  • 10 Things to Know for Tuesday

    13:52 | 26/7/16
    Tulsa World
    Bernie Sanders has put Democrats on notice that he's concerned that President Barack Obama could try to get a lame-duck Congress to approve the Trans Pacific Partnership trade deal after the November elections. 4. JAPAN ... Four attacks in a week ... more»
  • Record Breaking Start to 2016 Winter at Cardrona

    13:45 | 26/7/16
    Scoop
    The start of the 2016 winter has been a record-breaker for Cardrona Alpine Resort, with a 20% growth on previous winters. The growth has largely come from an influx of first time skiers and snowboarders, with the resort gearing up for a further increase ... more»
  • Dilip Buildcon to tap primary markets to raise Rs 654 crore

    13:41 | 26/7/16
    Daily News & Analysis
    ... capital requirements and general corporate purposes. Of the offer, fresh issue comprises Rs 430 crore and the balance of Rs 224 is a sale of shares held by promoters Dilip Suryanvanshi-Devendra Jain and private equity fund, BanyanTree Growth Capital. more»
  • Digital Commons Storms New Zealand Advertising Scene

    13:31 | 26/7/16
    Scoop
    Only 3 months into their new business venture and Digital Commons is leading the way in bringing data, content and social solutions to NZ digital media agencies and clients. more»
  • Morning Frosts a Change From Tropical Conditions

    13:27 | 26/7/16
    Scoop
    Getting up early on a foggy frosty Waikato morning for calving is quite a change for the nine Indonesian farmers in New Zealand this winter with Fonterra’s Dairy Development programme.  more»
  • Airport staffer pleads guilty to three fraud charges

    13:24 | 26/7/16
    Scoop
    July 26 (BusinessDesk) - Former Auckland International Airport employee Teremoana Kimiangatau has pleaded guilty to charges of defrauding the airport out of about $1.8 million. more»
  • Shares Providing Gains on the Year: E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company (NYSE:DD)

    13:18 | 26/7/16
    TGP
    Year to date, E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company (NYSE:DD) stock has yielded positive results for investors. So far this year the stock has jumped 4.71% as investors are hopeful that the trend can continue into the 2nd half of 2016. more»
  • New Seoul-Christchurch charter service to meet demand

    13:11 | 26/7/16
    Scoop
    Demand from Korean travellers wanting to tour the South Island has led to a new charter service for the coming summer. From December 2 to January 28, Asiana Airlines will fly a weekly service between Incheon, Seoul and Christchurch Airport, to bring ... more»
  • Trudeau's deafening silence on C-51

    12:56 | 26/7/16
    iPolitics.ca (subscription)
    Not a good situation when, at the time, Canada - unlike the United States, Great Britain, Australia and New Zealand - had no parliamentary oversight of the activities of the country's spies. more»
  • LVR changes will make little difference

    12:56 | 26/7/16
    Scoop
    The Reserve Bank’s latest changes to loan-to-value restrictions (LVRs) will make little difference to the Auckland market, and will unnecessarily punish investors and first-home buyers in the rest of country, says Geoff Barnett, National Manager ... more»
  • Indian rupee closes at 67.35; set to stay weak

    12:45 | 26/7/16
    Financial Express
    Indian rupee closes at 67.35; set to stay weak. The rupee on Monday weakened to an intraday low of 67.36 against the dollar, a level last seen on July 8, and closed at a two-week low of 67.35, following month-end demand for the greenback from banks and ... more»
  • Charges laid for Auckland International Airport fraud

    12:45 | 26/7/16
    Scoop.co.nz
    A woman has appeared in the Auckland District Court today on Crimes Act charges laid by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO). Teremoana Kimiangatau (53) is alleged to have committed fraud against Auckland International Airport Limited to the value of ... more»
  • Solar Impulse 2 finally completes round-the-world flight

    12:41 | 26/7/16
    3News
    A solar-powered aircraft has successfully completed the first fuel-free flight around the world, returning to Abu Dhabi after an epic 16-month voyage.  more»
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