Saturday, 16 November 2019

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  • RBNZ 'should' cut. Well they?

    14:19 | 11/11/19
    • The RBNZ's decision is in focus this week. A cut to 0.75% 'should' be made. But conviction in the call has evaporated from a certainty, to a coin toss. • If the RBNZ don't cut this week, we will expect a cut in Feb. So why wait? They risk ... more»
  • DLA Piper advises Seequent on acquisition of GEOSLOPE

    13:28 | 11/11/19
    DLA Piper has advised Accel-KKR and its portfolio company, Seequent Limited (“Seequent”), in connection with its acquisition of GEOSLOPE International Ltd. (“GEOSLOPE”), a Canadian-based company that creates integrated, geotechnical analysis software. more»
  • Cannabis startup partners with world-leading producer

    12:27 | 11/11/19
    An ambitious medicinal cannabis startup has forged an exclusive relationship with the world’s leading producers of research and remedies which can deliver substantial health benefits. In its quest to provide the most consistent, high quality and trusted ... more»
  • Deer farm benefits from technology

    12:18 | 11/11/19
    After taking over Rupert Red Deer two years ago, Kiri and Josh Brook have reaped the benefit of Kiri’s parent’s hard work in laying the basis for the successful enterprise. more»
  • Go Bus strike continues with dangerous managerial behaviour

    11:54 | 11/11/19
    FIRST Union Go Bus drivers in South Auckland say this morning’s picket action turned into something much more serious as two senior Go Bus managers manned buses and attempted to forcefully drive through the peaceful picket line, putting striking union members ... more»
  • Nutrient spreading standard, can help farmers

    11:51 | 11/11/19
    The New Zealand Groundspread Fertilisers Association (NZGFA) is encouraging farmers and contractors to look to Spreadmark to help mitigate environmental risk when spreading fertiliser and other nutrients. more»
  • Labour Inspectorate continues to hold directors liable

    11:00 | 11/11/19
    The Employment Relations Authority (ERA) has ordered Satyam Limited, which was operating a convenience store in Dunedin, to pay $18,000 in penalties, and its director, Sunilkumar Dalpatbhai Mistry, to personally pay a further $9,000 in penalties for negligent ... more»
  • Spending slips in October

    10:46 | 11/11/19
    Retail card spending fell 0.6 percent in October 2019, with less spent on long-lasting goods such as hardware and appliances, as well as a dip in day-to-day spending on food and drinks, Stats NZ said today. more»
  • Avertana wins global engineering award

    09:56 | 11/11/19
    Auckland process technology company Avertana has won a leading global engineering award, taking out the Sustainability category at the respected IChemE Global Awards, an annual worldwide competition for excellence in chemical engineering, for its process ... more»
  • ID-Agent-partnership

    09:09 | 11/11/19
    7 November 2019 – Advantage announced its new Dark Web monitoring services provided through its partnership with ID Agent , provider of Dark Web monitoring and identity theft protection solutions. With Dark Web ID , Advantage offers around the clock ... more»
  • XE Morning Update November 11, 2019

    07:59 | 11/11/19
    The NZDUSD opens at 0.6235 (mid-rate) this morning. Trade talks once again dominated the markets on Friday, with Thursday evening’s optimism quashed by Trump going into Friday’s close. President Trump told reporters on Friday that he has not agreed ... more»
  • Spark unveils ‘Unplan Metro’

    07:50 | 11/11/19
    Spark has revealed its latest wireless broadband offering – Unplan Metro – which offers selected Auckland customers the largest ever data allowance available on wireless broadband in New Zealand to date.  more»
  • Queenstown the hottest destination for Kiwis this summer

    07:25 | 11/11/19
    Thousands of Kiwis will be packing up the car or climbing on a plane to enjoy one of New Zealand’s best known destinations this Christmas with Queenstown the hottest destination to enjoy the summer sun, according to data released by Trade Me’s Holiday ... more»
  • Singles’ Day kicks off busiest period of the year

    07:04 | 11/11/19
    Monday 11 November kicks off the busiest period of the year for parcel delivery business NZ Post – beginning with the online shopping frenzy known as Singles’ Day.  more»
  • 2019 New Zealand Architecture Awards announced

    12:31 | 10/11/19
    Nineteen projects, located at sites from Great Barrier Island in the north to Dunedin in the south, won New Zealand Architecture Awards at a ceremony in Queenstown on Saturday 9 November.  more»
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