Saturday, 16 November 2019

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  • Kiwi companies recognised for sustainable energy projects

    08:33 | 15/11/19
    Two New Zealand sustainable energy companies, Infratec and Sunergise, have each won two sustainable energy awards in the past week for solar projects in the Pacific.  more»
  • Jobs Market Boost Forecast for Election Year

    08:30 | 15/11/19
    Election year 2020 will boost public sector employment demand as the government presses ahead with major projects, says Robert Walters New Zealand Director Shay Peters. more»
  • Robot-Staffed Ice Cream Bar Opens in Melbourne

    19:24 | 14/11/19
    Phosphor, an Auckland based software development and design company, has put a technological twist on ice cream this summer by developing software for the world’s first interactive robot retail store – Niska Ice Cream Bar in Melbourne. Manned by robots who speak, ... more»
  • Free Internet nominations open again with Primo It Forward.

    17:45 | 14/11/19
    PrimoWireless founder and Managing Director Matthew Harrison coined the term ‘Primo It Forward’ in 2015 when he supported the first family at Christmas with free internet for a year. Now entering its fifth year, Primo It Forward has helped over a dozen ... more»
  • Connectivity key for tourism venture

    17:44 | 14/11/19
    Diversification through technology has proved a winning combination for Matt and Alex Pavletich who have created a tourism business operating holiday homes, alongside a family farming business. more»
  • Extensive Renovation at Snowplanet

    15:54 | 14/11/19
    Snowplanet have just completed the largest renovation of the snow dome since opening in 2005. The renovations include;  more»
  • Reserve Bank Senior Leadership Changes

    15:37 | 14/11/19
    The Reserve Bank has created a new Auckland-based Assistant Governor position to lead the Bank’s ambitious growth and transformation work, and further develop its people and culture. more»
  • Neil Cowie appointed CEO of NZ's leading solar power company

    15:19 | 14/11/19
    Neil Cowie appointed CEO of New Zealand’s leading solar power company Auckland, 14 November 2019 – Today solarcity, New Zealand’s leading solar power company, announced that Neil Cowie, former CEO of Mitre 10, has joined the business as Chief ... more»
  • Groundspreaders’ Association Encourages Incident Reporting

    13:24 | 14/11/19
    The New Zealand Groundspread Fertilisers Association (NZGFA) is actively encouraging all its members to sign up to free, real-time incident reporting app, Spotlight. The move comes as interest in best practice incident reporting is on the rise and ... more»
  • Birthday bloom for The Orchard

    12:47 | 14/11/19
    The Orchard had double cause for celebration this week – marking the occasion of its third birthday and its most productive year to date.  more»
  • Sanford Reports Full Year Results 2019

    12:43 | 14/11/19
    New Zealand’s largest seafood company Sanford Limited (NZX: SAN) has reported Net Profit After Tax (NPAT) for the financial year ending September 30, 2019 of $41.7m, compared to its 2018 result of $42.3m. Sanford’s underlying (Adjusted) Earnings ... more»
  • Air New Zealand opens new Auckland Regional Lounge

    12:41 | 14/11/19
    Air New Zealand’s new Regional Lounge at Auckland Airport will open to customers this weekend.  more»
  • Online presence vital for innovative business

    12:27 | 14/11/19
    Establishing a sea kayaking business in a town synonymous with tourist activities meant having an online presence was crucial for Seal Kayak Kaikoura.  more»
  • 73% of Enterprises Moving Apps Back on Prem

    12:20 | 14/11/19
    Auckland, New Zealand — November 14, 2019 — Nutanix, Inc . (NASDAQ: NTNX), a leader in enterprise cloud computing, today announced the findings of its second global Enterprise Cloud Index survey and research report, which measures enterprise ... more»
  • Hatches and despatches – who does what in New Zealand?

    11:20 | 14/11/19
    New Zealand babies are most likely to be helped into the world by a female midwife, according to the 2018 Census, and young children are far more likely to be taught by women, Stats NZ said today. more»
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