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NZ Post first and Telecom last in new reputation index

NZ Post first and Telecom last in new reputation index
Wellington, Aug 27 NZPA - State-owned New Zealand Post has the strongest corporate reputation in the country and Telecom New Zealand has the worst, according to a new survey which measures such things.

Ryall confirms shared health services agency will be set up

Ryall confirms shared health services agency will be set up
Wellington, July 7 NZPA - The Government has confirmed that a shared services agency will be established to harness the power of bulk purchasing for the public health service.

Woolworths Group Reports $31.1b In Sales For Half

Woolworths Group Reports $31.1b In Sales For Half
Wellington, Jan 27 NZPA - Australian-listed retailer Woolworths today reported $31.1 billion in sales for the half year to January, including $2.86b from its New Zealand supermarkets.

Fresh Food Supply Market Difficult For Speirs Group

Wellington, Oct 30 NZPA - Fresh food supplier Speirs Group said it is difficult to make a profit supplying supermarkets since the industry reduced to two major players.

Woolworths Pleased With New Zealand Supermarkets

Woolworths Pleased With New Zealand Supermarkets
Wellington, Aug 27 NZPA - Australia's Woolworths Ltd today expressed satisfaction with its New Zealand supermarket business, particularly in the second half of the year.

Supermarket Sales Up At NZ Stores Owned By Woolworths

Supermarket Sales Up At NZ Stores Owned By Woolworths
Wellington, July 22 NZPA - New Zealand supermarkets owned by Australian company Woolworths sold $5 billion worth of goods in the 52 weeks to June 28.

Labour MP Calls For Supermarkets To Lose Right To Sell Alcohol

Labour MP Calls For Supermarkets To Lose Right To Sell Alcohol
Wellington, April 17 NZPA - Labour MP Lianne Dalziel has called for supermarkets to "lose the right" to sell alcohol. She says supermarkets sell alcohol at a loss to entice people into their stores to buy other products.

Plastic Bag Charge A Deterrent, Rather Than Tax, Says PM

Wellington, March 30 NZPA - A government proposal to charge shoppers 5 cents for plastic bags would be a deterrent rather than tax and a decision is a long way off, says Prime Minister John Key.

As One Supermarket Fight Ends Another Cranks Up

As One Supermarket Fight Ends Another Cranks Up
Wellington, March 20 NZPA - As one legal fight between the country's two supermarket chains appears to be ending in Auckland, another is cranking up in Waikato.

Supermarket Chain Capital Spending Up To $200m A Year

Supermarket Chain Capital Spending Up To $200m A Year
Wellington, Feb 2 NZPA - Supermarket chain Progressive Enterprises is planning to spend up to $200 million annually on new supermarkets and refurbishing existing stores during the next five years.

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