Wednesday, 20 November 2019

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  • McDonald's to pay tens of thousands of workers holiday pay

    14:04 | 18/11/19
    McDonald's agrees to pay tens of thousands of workers millions in holiday pay says Unite Union  more»
  • E tu responds to Air NZ’s 787 engine problems

    13:53 | 18/11/19
    E tu, the union for cabin crew says today’s announcement by Air New Zealand of the grounding of between two and five 787 Dreamliners is a major challenge for 787 cabin crew who are currently in wage negotiations. more»
  • Sending deadlines for Christmas presents

    13:50 | 18/11/19
    Please be advised that NZ Post has released the sending deadlines if NZers want to ensure their Christmas gifts are under the tree in time.  more»
  • Renovated historic Five Stags tavern at Pirongia for sale

    13:28 | 18/11/19
    The substantially-upgraded historic Five Stags family restaurant and bar at Pirongia is being marketed for sale at auction on Thursday December 12 through Bayleys Hamilton  more»
  • Why you shouldn’t settle claims yourself

    13:19 | 18/11/19
    Auckland,   18 November 2019  – Don’t be tempted to settle a car claim yourself, cautions AA Insurance – you could be risking costly repairs, shoddy workmanship and the right help from your insurer. more»
  • International dark web monitoring comes to New Zealand

    12:53 | 18/11/19
    New Zealand, 18 November 2019 – Today, global information services company Experian has announced the launch of its proprietary internet surveillance technology CyberAgent in New Zealand. more»
  • Summerfruit growers vote for ongoing industry funding

    11:53 | 18/11/19
    New Zealand’s commercial summerfruit growers have voted overwhelmingly in support of continuing the levy they pay for industry funding for biosecurity, crop protection, export market access and other ‘industry good’ activities. more»
  • Spark appoints Future Director

    11:37 | 18/11/19
    Spark announced today it has appointed Ana Wight as a ‘future director’ under the Future Directors programme, effective 1 February 2020 for a period of 12 months.  more»
  • Air New Zealand makes summer international schedule changes

    11:10 | 18/11/19
    Air New Zealand is making some changes to its international schedule over summer as a result of ongoing global issues impacting some Rolls-Royce engines on its Boeing 787-9 aircraft. more»
  • Community Hall on the block with sales to charity

    10:33 | 18/11/19
    St John and other charities are likely to be the beneficiaries of the sale of a senior citizens hall in Blockhouse Bay.  more»
  • Disrupt or be disrupted

    10:23 | 18/11/19
    New research from global information services company Experian has revealed that although 70% of Australian and New Zealand businesses view Open Data as a force for good for both industry and consumers alike, an overwhelming 72% say it’s creating ... more»
  • Audit quality improves but inconsistencies persist

    09:24 | 18/11/19
    Audit quality has broadly improved again but auditors continue to apply standards inconsistently, the FMA’s annual Audit Quality Report 2019 has found.  more»
  • Spark announces 5G roll out plans into 2020

    09:20 | 18/11/19
    Spark today outlined the next phases of its progressive roll out of 5G services. Spark will deliver 5G wireless broadband into five more South Island heartland locations prior to Christmas, followed by further heartland communities from March 2020. A ... more»
  • Helius appoints Group Financial Controller

    09:05 | 18/11/19
    Mr Williams has joined New Zealand’s largest medicinal cannabis company after holding a number of financial leadership roles - from managing high-growth start-ups to serving as Chief Financial Officer of a well-established NZX-listed company. more»
  • XE Morning Update

    08:55 | 18/11/19
    The NZDUSD opens at 0.6405 (mid-rate) this morning. Renewed optimism about a US-China trade deal following comments from White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow saw risk appetite pick up going into Friday’s close. Kudlow said the talks have been ... more»
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