Saturday, 16 November 2019

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  • Financial Empowerment Vital for Independent Earners

    09:34 | 13/11/19
    New Zealand - 13 November 2019 - Financial industry experts from Hnry, Hatch and Sorted, are working together to help independent earners financially prepare for their future, by bringing a newly created Financial Insights Event to independent ... more»
  • Cuisine announces annual list of top NZ restaurants for 2019

    09:26 | 13/11/19
    108 restaurants awarded prestigious spot in Cuisine Good Food Guide Cuisine magazine has announced the highly anticipated list of New Zealand restaurants to be included in its annual Cuisine Good Food Guide, with 108 restaurants – a further eight in ... more»
  • Silly season can bring dodgy behaviour with it

    09:18 | 13/11/19
    It’s not called the silly season for nothing, which is why the EMA is taking a more light-hearted approach to some of the serious issues that can come up at end-of-year work functions. more»
  • Property prices in ten regions reach new record

    09:09 | 13/11/19
    The New Zealand property market is heating up for summer, ten of New Zealand’s fifteen regions hit record average asking prices in October, according to the latest Trade Me Property Price Index.  more»
  • CoNZealand accommodation information

    08:57 | 13/11/19
    CoNZealand members will be able to book selected Wellington accommodation at special rates from 3 December 2019, 9am (NZ time, UTC+13).  more»
  • XE Morning Update November 13, 2019

    08:23 | 13/11/19
    The NZDUSD opens at 0.6331 (mid-rate) this morning. This afternoon the RBNZ are at short odds to cut the OCR by 25 basis points, after yesterday’s survey of 2-year inflation expectations showed expectations have inched down from 1.86% in Q3 to 1.80% ... more»
  • Refunds for Home Direct customers

    19:17 | 12/11/19
    The Commerce Commission is urging customers of mobile trader Home Direct to check if they are eligible for a credit or refund, after the High Court declared that terms in its contracts relating to its “voucher entitlement scheme” were unfair and ... more»
  • Changes to Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities

    17:01 | 12/11/19
    Challenge host BRANZ, and all the Challenge Parties are pleased to announce changes to the governance group of Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities: Ko Nga wa Kainga hei whakamahorahora. more»
  • Don't make students the victims of strike action

    16:57 | 12/11/19
    In a message to members of First Union who are striking for 24-hours from 4am tomorrow morning, Go Bus has implored them not to make students who are sitting exams the victims of their industrial action. “We have sufficient drivers to provide services ... more»
  • AirpointsTM to celebrate 30 years

    16:45 | 12/11/19
    AirpointsTM is celebrating its 30th birthday, by giving away a massive 300,000 Airpoints DollarsTM to its members.  more»
  • Shielding Critical Data on Servers

    16:10 | 12/11/19
    It used to be that Ransomware only looked at the local drive and then mapped drives to seek out files and folders to encrypt, but a whole new strain has the capability to encrypt files over network shares, even if they are not mapped to network drives. more»
  • Technology grows business from ground up

    16:02 | 12/11/19
    The business landscape has changed dramatically from when Grant and Robynne Hayman started Headford Propagators 25 years ago, with technology helping the pair grow the Waimate-based business from the ground up. more»
  • Advisory Works partners with Waking Giants

    15:51 | 12/11/19
    Advisory.Works, a leading business advisory and consultancy firm, today announced that it has partnered with Waking Giants , a prominent brand strategy and implementation company. more»
  • Updated Pipeline a sign of progress for Infrastructure

    15:45 | 12/11/19
    “Today’s update of the Infrastructure Pipeline is a sign that the New Zealand Infrastructure Commission – Te Waihanga is making good progress and we look forward to more government agencies, councils, and council-controlled organisations contributing ... more»
  • Technology drives letterbox sales

    15:20 | 12/11/19
    The humble letterbox has continued to remain central to Roger and Janine Donaldson’s Waimate-based business, despite most of their work being done online.  more»
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