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Unique partnership to enhance soil health practices on NZ farms

New research on farms across New Zealand will measure and provide farmers tools to enhance soil health, including identifying where regenerative agriculture practices can make a difference.

Secret to holiday season shopping success - Commerce Commission

The Commerce Commission is sharing tips for shopping success to help consumers get genuinely good deals this holiday season.

Moderate rebound in September passenger demand - IATA

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced a moderate rebound in air travel in September 2021 compared to August’s performance.

Legacy technology solutions see 'Kiwi mid-market businesses lose millions per year'

Kiwi employees wasting an average of 12.5 hours each week on manual or repetitive tasks due to ineffective digital solutions For businesses with 100 employees, this is at an extra cost of roughly $2.2m per business, per year

Chorus' FY21 Full Year Results

Chorus today released its audited annual results confirming earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) of $649m for the year ended 30 June 2021. Summary UFB uptake 65 per cent; Chorus rollout is 95 per cent complete

GWF will replace plastic bread bag tags with fully recyclable cardboard ones

Starting today, George Weston Foods (GWF) will replace plastic bread bag tags with fully recyclable cardboard ones on Ploughmans Bakery and Bürgen bread. The new tags will be used to seal all Ploughmans and Bürgen loaves throughout New Zealand, seven days a week.

Tukaki tells Fonterra stick to milking cows not Maori - hands off Kowhai

Tukaki tells Fonterra stick to milking cows not Maori - hands off Kowhai

Hydrogen moves 'show promise'

The BusinessNZ Energy Council has welcomed the call for expressions of interest by Contact Energy and Meridian Energy to develop a hydrogen production plant in Southland.

An immigration system fit for the future - Productivity Commission

The Productivity Commission today published an issues paper for its inquiry into New Zealand’s working-age immigration system.

Debt serviceability restrictions added to policy toolkit - RBNZ

The Reserve Bank - Te PÅ«tea Matua and the Minister of Finance have agreed to update their shared Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on macro-prudential policy and add debt serviceability restrictions to the list of potential tools available.

Avocado industry continues strong growth - NZ Avocado

New Zealand’s avocado industry value eclipsed $227m in the 2020-21 season, with $167m delivered by avocado exports and $60m in sales in the New Zealand market.

Ready, Willing and now able to Work 9th June 2021 - Auckland Business Chamber

Government’s decision to relax, renew and extend working holiday, essential and seasonal worker visas is a victory for common sense, says Auckland Business Chamber CEO, Michael Barnett, who has campaigned with other Chambers for urgent action to allow the employment of a ready and willing workf

Emirates wins 'record 8th consecutive Best Airline Worldwide award'

Emirates wins record 8th consecutive Best Airline Worldwide award, racking up three honours at the Business Traveller Middle East Awards 2021

Consumers more certain of their rights, survey shows - MBIE

Results of the New Zealand Consumer Survey 2020, released today, found that nearly all consumers are aware that laws exist to protect their consumer rights, and tested knowledge of these rights has improved over the past two years.

PSA meets with government - union members will bargain for pay increases

A delegation from the Public Service Association today discussed upcoming pay negotiations with the Prime Minister, the Minister of Finance, the Minister for the Public Service, the Minister of Workplace Relations and the Public Service Commissioner.

Kiwi Property secures New Zealand's first JD Sports store

Kiwi Property today announces an exciting new addition to Sylvia Park’s retail offering.

Tech support scammers? Not so organised criminals

Technical support scams have been around for years, but they’ve been rapidly increasing in popularity.

Report offers new future of tourism - Tourism Futures Taskforce

The Tourism Futures Taskforce Report, We Are Aotearoa, lays out how the tourism system could change to for a better and sustainable tourism future, Taskforce co-Chairs Steve Chadwick and Grant Webster said today.

"Stark choice" on FBT confronts businesses in wake of 39% tax rate - CA ANZ

The new 39 percent top personal tax rate coming into effect on 1 April will result in many Kiwi businesses paying more Fringe Benefit Tax (FBT) than they need to, says Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ).

October confirmed for medicinal cannabis summit

Following the success of New Zealand’s first medicinal cannabis summit last year, organisers have confirmed MedCan 2021 will take place in Auckland on 12 and 13 October.

First speakers announced for Boma NZ Agri Summit

Boma New Zealand is proud to present E Tipu 2021 | The Boma NZ Agri Summit, the biggest food and fibre event of the year featuring remarkable local and global guest speakers at the forefront of the industry.

Christchurch needs well-managed quarries to grow - AQA

Headline claims that Christchurch does not need new quarries ignores the city’s demands for access to sufficient rock and sand to meet population and housing growth, says the Aggregate and Quarry Association.

Christchurch Airport 'ready and waiting' for trans-Tasman travellers

News today of a possible re-start to trans-Tasman travel is good news for Christchurch Airport, which has been safe and ready for such a ‘bubble’ since last October.

Satellite township industrial land placed on the market - Bayleys

A substantial block of undeveloped industrial land in one of Hamilton’s fast-growing satellite townships has been placed on the market for sale.

BEIA appoints two new board members

Business Events Industry Aotearoa (BEIA) has appointed two new board members - David Perks from WellingtonNZ, and independent board director, David Downs.

'Game changer enterprise park set to boost Mid-North economy'

A proposed innovation and enterprise park near Kaikohe is set to become reality with the announcement today that developer Far North Holdings has enough confirmed business occupants to make the park viable.

Christmas period boosts domestic card spending - Stats NZ

Spending on groceries, furniture, and electronics boosted December 2020 sales compared with December 2019, but accommodation and fuel spending was low, Stats NZ said today.

Emirates takes A380 'experience to new heights'

Emirates takes A380 experience to new heights, unveils Premium Economy plus enhancements across all cabins

Researchers say we can be manipulated to share private info

 Online users are more likely to reveal private information based on how website forms are structured to elicit data, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) researchers have determined.

'Emirates delivers on customer promise to complete refunds backlog'

AED 6.3 billion returned to customers, 1.7 million refunds requests received Delivering on its customer promise, Emirates has completed an intensive programme to clear its backlog of refund requests which was caused by pandemic-related travel disruption.

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