Wednesday, 19 September 2018

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  • Rental system is not broken

    19:27 | 19/9/18
    Rental system is not broken - a media release from NZ Property Investors' Federation Today’s CoreLogic Market Pulse report shows that rents haven’t been outpacing property costs or people’s wages. The rental system is not broken as some have ... more»
  • Govt needs to consider ratepayer burden in 3 waters policy

    19:20 | 19/9/18
    Sept. 19 (BusinessDesk) - The government will have to consider what could be a heavy burden for ratepayers upgrading the nation's three-waters systems, and work on how to deliver that will continue into next year, Local Government Minister Nanaia Mahuta ... more»
  • Increased catches from deep water supported by science

    17:12 | 19/9/18
    Fisheries Minister Stuart Nash today announced his decisions on changes to fisheries catch limits from 1 October 2018.  more»
  • Seafood species maintain sustainability tick

    16:50 | 19/9/18
    New Zealand hoki, hake, ling & southern blue whiting fisheries achieve recertification These fisheries are all recertified without conditions for another 5 years Landmark third recertification for the New Zealand hoki fisheries, first certified in 2001 more»
  • UPDATE: Synlait Milk almost doubles annual profit

    15:48 | 19/9/18
    Sept. 19 (BusinessDesk) - Synlait Milk, the best performing stock on the benchmark NZX index this year, almost doubled annual profit and lifted its margins while outlining plans for further expansion into value-added dairy products. more»
  • Heartland needs access to wholesale funding

    14:33 | 19/9/18
    Sept. 19 (BusinessDesk) - Heartland Bank's Australian reverse mortgage business is constrained by Reserve Bank prudential rules and that's why it needs to be carved out into a separate entity, says chair Geoff Ricketts.  more»
  • NZ annual current account deficit widest in nine years

    14:24 | 19/9/18
    Sept. 19 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand posted its widest annual current account deficit in nine years in the June quarter as foreign-owned firms reaped bigger income from their domestic operations than Kiwi companies did overseas.  more»
  • Air NZ shows young women the sky’s the limit on Suffrage 125

    14:24 | 19/9/18
    Air New Zealand shows young women the sky’s the limit on Suffrage 125 Air New Zealand has marked Suffrage Day by looking back at the paths women have forged in the nation’s aviation industry and laying the ground work for more young women ... more»
  • Inland Revenue firmly focussed on bright-line – Richard Owen

    14:23 | 19/9/18
    Any suggestion that Inland Revenue has taken its eye off the ball when it comes to property investors is thoroughly misleading.  more»
  • Tarakihi catch reduction supported

    14:21 | 19/9/18
    Fisheries Inshore New Zealand (FINZ) is supportive of the announcement today that tarakihi catch on the east coast will be reduced by 20 percent while the commercial fishing industry works on a plan to rebuild the stock. more»
  • Sarah Lang: Women of Influence Diversity Award Winner

    13:54 | 19/9/18
    New Zealand’s Women's Infrastructure Network (WIN) founder Sarah Lang was winner of the CETANZ Diversity category award at last night’s Women of Influence Awards in Auckland. more»
  • Jasmax Announces New Workplace Strategy Lead

    13:43 | 19/9/18
    Sarah Bryant, Senior Workplace Strategist and experienced commercial designer, has been appointed the new business lead for Jasmax’s Workplace Strategy unit, effective September 2018. more»
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