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Lenovo announces new country manager for NZ

Lenovo (HKSE: 992) (ADR: LNVGY) today announced the appointment of Mike Hill as Country Manager for New Zealand, effective immediately.

Search for NZ's top electrical apprentice

Master Electricians is calling for electrical apprentices from around the country to show off their talent and passion by competing in the 2016 Electrical Apprentice of the Year Competition (The Challenge).

Pacific Edge reports 'year of commercial progress and growth'

Cancer diagnostics company Pacific Edge Limited (NZX: PEB) has reported another year of commercial progress and growth as it continues to gain traction for its bladder cancer diagnostic products in the United States and other targeted markets.

NZ avocados break record for NZ sales at $41 million

New Zealand’s love affair with avocados has produced record-breaking domestic sales of $41 million during the 2015-16 season.

Milk price prediction 'means farmers will tread water for another season'

Farmers are resigned to another tight season after Fonterra confirmed its milk price at $4.25 for the coming season. Dairy chairman Andrew Hoggard said: "Many were hopeful of a price in the vicinity of $4.50, so optimistic farmers will be feeling disappointed.

Telco report highlights growth of mobile broadband and video streaming

The Commerce Commission has today released its latest annual telecommunications monitoring report analysing the state of New Zealand’s telecommunications markets.

Infrastructure industry forum highlights opportunities

"A major gathering of 100 of New Zealand’s capital procurement specialists yesterday in Wellington unanimously agreed that there are significant opportunities to improve value for money for tax payers and rate payers through better investment decision making and procurement practices," says New

Christchurch City Holdings announces 12 new director internships

To help with building capacity around the next generation of directors and to drive diversity around the board table Christchurch City Holdings (CCHL) is pleased to announce 12 successful recipients of their director internships.

Transdev's plans good for region, says Chamber

Wellington Chamber of Commerce welcomes moves by the region’s new train operator to make significant improvements to services.

Youth rates spur strike vote by Wellington Airport catering staff

Catering workers at Wellington Airport have voted today to strike over youth rates. Pay talks for workers stalled in December after their employer, US contracting company, Delaware North refused to negotiate unless it could introduce youth rates.

Oyster Direct Property Fund offers 7% cash distribution

Oyster Group has officially opened its new unlisted property investment, the Oyster Direct Property Fund, announcing projected cash distributions of 7.0% pre-tax per annum, paid monthly.

Commission files proceedings against Vodafone over misleading invoices

The Commerce Commission has filed court proceedings against Vodafone New Zealand Limited alleging it breached the Fair Trading Act by making false price representations.

Fairfax Media NZ scoops highest number of first place wins at INMA Awards

Fairfax Media NZ has placed first in three categories at the 2016 International News Media Association (INMA) Awards in London last night, taking more first place wins than any other company.

New digital trends in insurance fraud

As technology develops and changes, it is changing the way crime is committed - including insurance fraud.

Higher fruit exports offset dairy fall

Goods exports rose 4.0 percent in April 2016, up $166 million to $4.3 billion, Statistics New Zealand said today. Fruit exports led the rise, up $59 million (16 percent), offsetting a similar fall in dairy values.

Quarry operator ordered to pay over $150K after employee crushed to death

A South Canterbury-based quarry and transport operator has been ordered to pay reparations of $100,000 to the family of an employee who was crushed to death while working at its Gordon Valley limestone quarry.

Comvita and Putake Group announce Joint Venture

Global natural health products company Comvita (NZX:CVT) and Putake Group Limited (Putake), a Blenheim-based apiary management business, today announced their agreement to form a 50:50 joint venture (JV), Putake Group Holdings Limited.

International campaign set to boost NZ dairy exports

A new multi-million-dollar marketing campaign has begun to educate Australian, Chinese and ultimately U.S consumers on the health benefits of New Zealand’s grass fed dairy products.

MTA announces new Chief Executive

MTA is pleased to announce the appointment of Craig Pomare as its new CEO. Mr Pomare will assume responsibility immediately, succeeding Warwick Quinn who recently left MTA to lead the BCITO.

NZ poultry industry - new strategies needed to catch next wave of growth

Strong growth in both volume and value terms is possible for New Zealand’s chicken meat industry, but it needs to focus on alternative strategies to capture new opportunities, according to a new report by agribusiness specialist Rabobank.

Toyota Hilux now top selling 2WD ute

The latest Hilux launch that saw the model’s range expand to 21 variants late last year is making inroads with customers in the Light truck market.

Mary Quin joins Westpac NZ board

Experienced international executive and director Mary Quin has been appointed to the board of Westpac New Zealand.

MyRepublic ranks first on Netflix Speed Index

Following Netflix’s international expansion into 130 new countries, Internet Service Provider (ISP) MyRepublic has debuted on the Netflix Speed Index this month, ranking 1st in this measure of Netflix prime time performance for Singapore and Indonesia, as well as achieving the top score for the

World first Kiwi Robotics technology set to take on Europe

Kiwi company Invert Robotics, which uses robotics to revolutionise the way industrial tanks are inspected, is raising capital to expand into the European dairy market, and is in partnership discussions with a multi-billion euro turnover company over the use of its technology.

Queenstown Airport welcomes first commercial after-dark flight

Queenstown Airport achieved a major milestone for New Zealand aviation and tourism tonight as it welcomed its first commercial after-dark flight.

ARANZ Medical named Hi-Tech Emerging Company of the Year

ARANZ Medical Ltd a specialist in 3D scanning and informatics solutions for the healthcare sector, has been named the Coretex Hi-Tech Emerging Company of the Year at the New Zealand Hi-Tech Awards 2016.

Commercial property market forecast to stay strong

Colliers International’s latest Capital Market Report indicates that the very strong commercial property market is about to enter a new pattern of activity as opposed to approaching a peak.

New report on diversity in screen production highlights gaps

A report just released by NZ On Air shows gender and ethnicity gaps in some key roles in the television and digital media production sectors.

Abano to sell Audiology shareholding to JV partner

Abano Healthcare Group Limited (NZX: ABA) advises that it has entered into an agreement to sell its 50% shareholding in Bay International Limited for $32 million, to interests associated with Peter Hutson, as a result of those interests exercising their existing pre-emptive rights under the Bay I

Ahuwhenua Trophy winner congratulated

Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy and Māori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell have tonight congratulated The Proprietors of Rakaia Incorporated, this year’s Ahuwhenua Trophy winner.

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