Wednesday, 28 October 2020

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  • Celebrating 15 Years Of NZ Young Viticulturist Of The Year Competition

    12:52 | 27/10/20
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    Members of the New Zealand wine industry were delighted to be able to come together in Martinborough early October and celebrate fifteen years of the Young Viticulturist of the Year Competition. The celebration consisted of a conference entitled “Investing ... more»
  • AI Show Returns With Focused Debate On New Zealand’s Future

    12:32 | 27/10/20
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    On Wednesday 28th October the AI Show returns with experts debating AI’s fundamental role in New Zealand’s future economy. Among those leading the discussion is Sam Daish, from Qrious, who will look at why AI is critical for New Zealand, Vikash Kumar ... more»
  • Sharemarket Bounce And Buoyant Auckland Housing Market Reflected In ASB Investor Confidence Survey

    12:12 | 27/10/20
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    Confidence among New Zealand investors has recovered significantly in the past quarter thanks to a stabilising sharemarket and the better than expected housing market, according to ASB. more»
  • Smarter, Kinder, Safer: Booking.com Reveals Five Predictions For The Future Of Travel

    12:00 | 27/10/20
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    Booking.com has today released findings of research that surveyed more than 20,000 travellers across 28 countries*, including 499 from New Zealand, to reveal five predictions for the future of travel - in the coming year and beyond. With few facets of our ... more»
  • Consented Hobson Street Site With Scope For Intelligent Apartment Development

    11:11 | 27/10/20
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    A strategically-located inner city Auckland development site with consents in place for a multi-level commercial accommodation facility, has been placed on the market for sale by the first mortgagee. The 563sqm freehold site on the western fringe of ... more»
  • Annual Imports Continue To Fall

    10:51 | 27/10/20
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    Imports, especially of fuel and cars, fell sharply in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, while exports held up, leading to a $1.7 billion annual goods trade surplus in the year ended September 2020, Stats NZ said today. Imports fell $5.9 billion in the ... more»
  • Dairy Exports Dip In September

    10:51 | 27/10/20
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    The value of dairy product exports in September 2020 fell from the same month in 2019, Stats NZ said today. The fall was price-led, as the overall quantity of dairy products exported rose over the same period. “New Zealand exported a greater volume ... more»
  • Growers Employment Expo In Hawke’s Bay

    10:31 | 27/10/20
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    Hawke’s Bay growers are facing their most challenging season, with about 10,000 workers needed between November and April for thinning, picking, packing and processing the region’s world renowned produce. COVID-19 has severely impacted the availability ... more»
  • Meerkats In Charge Of Sharing National Safety Message

    10:06 | 27/10/20
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    If you can sense it, you can stop it. That is the message behind WorkSafe New Zealand’s latest campaign, targeting workplaces with the aim of getting more people home healthy and safe. The message was inspired by meerkats and their ability to sense danger ... more»
  • Sapien And Pepsi Max Decipher Generation Z Appetites

    09:54 | 27/10/20
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    In a drive to better understand how to connect with a younger New Zealand audience and discern what Generational Z want, Frucor Sundry have engaged Sapien to research beverage desires of New Zealanders aged 18-24 for the Pepsi Max brand. Sapien has ... more»
  • Pharmaceutical Industry M&A Activity Grew By 17% In H1 2020 Amid 56% Drop In Deal Value

    18:16 | 26/10/20
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    According to the research data analyzed and published by ComprarAcciones.com , merger and acquisition (M&A) deal activity in the pharmaceutical sector rose by 17% in H1 2020, disregarding the economic toll of the global pandemic. It saw a total ... more»
  • First Home Buyers Abuzz This Weekend – LVRs Would Be A Cruel Blow

    17:18 | 26/10/20
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    “Open homes are buzzing with first home buyers this long weekend, which is great to see. However, if the Reserve Bank brings back LVRs, first home buyers will sadly be hit the hardest, particularly those whose parents can’t help with a deposit,” ... more»
  • OceanaGold Announces Partial Exercise Of Over-Allotment Option

    16:44 | 26/10/20
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    OceanaGold Announces Partial Exercise Of Over-Allotment Option Raising Additional Gross Proceeds Of C$17.6 Million (BRISBANE) OceanaGold Corporation (TSX: OGC) (ASX: OGC) (the “Company”) announces that the underwriters for its previously completed ... more»
  • New Pet Insurer, PD Insurance, Enters New Zealand Market

    14:07 | 25/10/20
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    PD Insurance has launched into the New Zealand market as a specialist solely focused on pet insurance. It combines digital technology with simple, affordable, quality policies, making it easy for pet owners to obtain an online quote and insure their ... more»
  • What’s Been Happening In The Auckland Hotel Market In 2020

    07:42 | 25/10/20
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    Britomart has seen the Grand Mercure Hotel and SO/ Hotel both used as quarantine facilities for most of the year, Meaning there has been a lack of 5 star accommodation in the area for regular visitors. This has been somewhat alleviated since the magnificent ... more»
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