Saturday, 16 November 2019

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  • Transformative Maori solutions launch at technology event

    14:36 | 13/11/19
    Lightning Lab GovTech – a programme of Creative HQ – is about better serving citizens by creating a more trusted, inclusive and sustainable public sector. The three-month accelerator-style programme takes projects and staff from government ... more»
  • XE Data Update - RBNZ Official Cash Rate decision

    14:21 | 13/11/19
    The RBNZ have held the Official Cash Rate (OCR) constant at 1.00% - this surprised the market, who were expecting a rate cut. NZD has rocketed higher across the board.  more»
  • Official Cash Rate unchanged at 1 percent

    14:04 | 13/11/19
    The Monetary Policy Committee has decided to keep the Official Cash Rate (OCR) at 1.0 percent. Employment remains around its maximum sustainable level while inflation remains below the 2 percent target mid-point but within our target range. Economic ... more»
  • Union Kaumatua calls for Iwi involvement in Go Bus dispute

    13:42 | 13/11/19
    FIRST Union Kaumatua Syd Keepa is calling on Ngai Tahu and Tainui, co-owners of Go Bus, to intervene in an ongoing dispute over pay and conditions that saw bus drivers beginning a full strike in South Auckland this morning, FIRST Union said today. more»
  • Company calls on Union to dial down aggression for students

    13:36 | 13/11/19
    Go Bus is calling on First Union and its members to dial down the hyperbole and aggression that have been part of its short notice strike and picket. The company rejects completely claims the safety of picketers has been put at risk, and if anything, believes the ... more»
  • Cutting-edge modelling highlights different energy futures

    13:16 | 13/11/19
    The BusinessNZ Energy Council (BEC), along with businesses, academia, government and non-government organisations today released two plausible scenarios of New Zealand’s energy future to 2060. more»
  • Avocados at lowest price in almost three years

    11:03 | 13/11/19
    Avocados are at their cheapest average price since February 2017, with tomato, lettuce, and cucumber prices also falling, Stats NZ said today.  more»
  • New tool helps company directors know their obligations

    10:54 | 13/11/19
    The Companies Office has launched a new resource for owners of growing small businesses to help them navigate the move into business director responsibilities. Good Governance was created by collaboration between the Companies Office, the Institute of Directors ... more»
  • Rental price indexes: October 2019

    10:44 | 13/11/19
    The rental price indexes measure the changes in prices that households pay for housing rentals.  more»
  • Mike Pero runs survey on NZ's most trusted real estate brand

    10:26 | 13/11/19
    New Zealand real estate company, Mike Pero, commissioned a survey asking New Zealanders what national real estate brand people trust the most. Some of the biggest names in property were put to the test, with the results putting Mike Pero in second place. ... more»
  • Separations highlight problems in family law

    10:24 | 13/11/19
    People in their forties and in relationships of between 10 to 20 years are most likely to separate, with three-quarters of New Zealanders getting divorced because they fell out of love, according to the New Zealand Relationship Property Survey 2019 ... more»
  • Winning Workplaces for Women Announced

    10:22 | 13/11/19
    Four of New Zealand’s leading businesses and one outstanding individual have been named as the winners of the sixth annual Equal Pay Awards last night, alongside proud sponsors; Strategic Pay, Coca-Cola Amatil NZ and Sky City Entertainment Group.  more»
  • The Auckland suburbs where growth continues to soar

    10:20 | 13/11/19
    While some pundits have labelled the Auckland housing market as ‘cooling’, property data analysts, CoreLogic have revealed there is still significant opportunity for growth – you just need to know where to buy. more»
  • Former NZ Post staff may be eligible for back-pay

    10:16 | 13/11/19
    NZ Post is reaching out to former employees, so the company can check if people might be owed additional holiday pay.  more»
  • Short-term housing and worker accommodation business on sale

    09:38 | 13/11/19
    The land, buildings and business operating as one of the busiest short-term housing and seasonal worker accommodation locations in the Waikato region have been placed on the market for sale. more»
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