Thursday, 25 February 2021

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  • InterSystems Launches Automated Appointment Booking Solution For COVID Vaccinations

    12:27 | 18/2/21
    AUCKLAND, New Zealand and ETON, United Kingdom, February 18, 2021 – InterSystems today announced that users of its InterSystems TrakCare® unified healthcare information system now have access to an appointment booking system to schedule COVID vaccinations ... more»
  • Hyzon Motors And Hiringa Energy Advance Partnership To Decarbonize Heavy Road Transport In New Zealand

    16:12 | 18/2/21
    Hyzon Motors Inc. (“Hyzon”) and New Zealand’s Hiringa Energy (“Hiringa”) are pleased to announce the two companies have signed a vehicle supply agreement, with Hyzon commissioned to build and supply Hiringa with zero emission Heavy Goods ... more»
  • First Group Of Air New Zealand Employees To Receive Vaccine

    15:17 | 24/2/21
    Among the Kiwis prioritised to receive the first batches of COVID-19 vaccines are 3,800 Air New Zealand front-line workers, some of whom will receive their first vaccination tomorrow. They are part of the group which has played an important role in protecting ... more»
  • Impressive CBD Office Is High On Character

    16:07 | 19/2/21
    The New Zealand headquarters of Australasia’s biggest jobs website have been put on the market in a prime central Auckland location. The fifth-floor offices in a character building at 3-7 High Street, in the heart of Auckland’s central business ... more»
  • Investors Set To Bowl In As Landmark Family Entertainment Site Goes Up For Sale

    16:17 | 19/2/21
    500 Thames Highway 1 The land and buildings housing one of Otago’s best-known family entertainment and hospitality hubs have been placed on the market for sale. The Galleon Family Complex, at 500 Thames Highway, Oamaru, is a popular attraction ... more»
  • PMG Funds Partners With ASX-listed 360 Capital

    14:47 | 19/2/21
    TAURANGA – Today, national property funds manager PMG Property Funds Management Limited has (PMG) has announced a 50% equity partnership, through its parent company PMG Holdings Limited, with listed Australian-based investment and funds manager, ... more»
  • Construction Costs Keep Rising

    10:41 | 19/2/21
    Construction businesses charged customers more in the December 2020 quarter, Stats NZ said today. At the same time, prices charged by hospitality businesses such as hotels, motels, and restaurants increased after COVID-19 hit the tourism industry ... more»
  • We Started From The Bottom Now We’re Here.

    11:24 | 19/2/21
    Try Local started in October 2020 with a dream to help New Zealand’s struggling tourism and hospitality sectors and precious little else. Now we’ve grown to the stage where we have over 240 deals from operators around New Zealand, including some ... more»
  • Trade Me Seeks Clearance To Acquire

    19:03 | 18/2/21
    The Commerce Commission has received a clearance application from Trade Me Limited seeking clearance to acquire 100% of the shares or assets of PropertyNZ Limited, which owns and operates the website. Trade Me owns and operates an online ... more»
  • Peter Najarian Appointed To NaturalShrimp, Inc.'s Advisory Board

    16:23 | 18/2/21
    NaturalShrimp, Inc., (OTCQB:SHMP), an aquaculture Company which has developed and patented the first commercially operational Recirculating Aquaculture System (RAS) for shrimp, announced today that it has appointed Peter Najarian to its advisory ... more»
  • Trout Farming Economically Unviable And Potentially Disastrous To NZ

    12:04 | 19/2/21
    The New Zealand Federation of Freshwater Anglers (NZFFA), a national trout and rivers advocacy body, states that trout farming would be of no nett economic benefit to New Zealand and could be disastrous to the country’s tourism-related wild trout ... more»
  • ASB Quarterly Economic Forecast Predicts OCR Hike As Early As August 2022

    09:22 | 22/2/21
    Predictions of interest rate rises have been brought forward 12 months in ASB’s latest Quarterly Economic Forecast. Chief Economist Nick Tuffley now expects the RBNZ to begin raising the OCR from its current level of 0.25% as early as August ... more»
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