Maori business operators in New Zealand have enjoyed greater revenue stability in the last 12 months than the overall business community and encouraging signs of growth are developing, according to the latest MYOB Business Monitor research.
The Dairy Women’s Network and Fonterra announced today that nominations open for the 2014 Dairy Woman of the Year on 1 October.
Transpower New Zealand today announced the appointment of Alison Andrew, to the position of Chief Executive, replacing Patrick Strange when he departs in early 2014.
Turners Auctions has renewed its partnership with Vero Insurance and AA Insurance to manage the sale of all damaged vehicles, trucks, mobile plant, machinery and general property. Turners has partnered with Vero and AA Insurance for 10 and 15 years respectively.
The Reserve Bank today released a second housing capital consultation paper that reviews how housing loans should be measured. This follows changes earlier this year to banks’ capital requirements for high LVR housing loans and the introduction of LVR restrictions.
Tourism New Zealand says the strong growth in international arrivals during August confirms just how good the ski season has been for the tourism industry.
The Crown has purchased the property where the Pyne Gould Corporation (PGC) building stood until it collapsed in the February 2011 earthquake.
Burger King is thrilled to announce the re-opening of its popular Carlton Corner Christchurch restaurant this week.
Air New Zealand’s aspiration to further enhance the commercial performance of its international business took a big step forward today with the completion of the inaugural test flight of the Boeing 787-9.
Tens of thousands of New Zealanders are taking in the gripping America’s Cup yachting action via their mobile phones and tablets, with a massive spike in mobile data consumption experienced during the most recent two America’s Cup races on Monday morning.
New Zealand's seasonally adjusted current account deficit was $2.2 billion in the June 2013 quarter, Statistics New Zealand said today. A fall in exports of goods increased the deficit in the current account by $0.1 billion.
Building on the success of the inaugural Petroleum Summit in 2012, PEPANZ and Freeman Media have come together to organise this year’s Petroleum Summit, a two day event were over 300 industry delegates will meet to discuss new technologies, legislation and regulation, skills, equipment and infr
The New Zealand Bankers’ Association today welcomed the first reading of the Credit Contracts and Financial Services Law Reform Bill, and cautioned further work was needed to meet the Bill’s aims.
Holden has today announced it will add a new RS sports model to its popular Barina small car range before the end of the year, with confirmation that the first Barina RS cars have arrived in New Zealand.
New research released today by MYOB, New Zealand’s largest accounting software provider, reveals a significant improvement over the past six months in the confidence and financial expectations of local small and medium business (SME) operators.
Auckland Airport has announced that its Board has unanimously nominated Michelle Guthrie to stand for election to the Board at its 2013 annual meeting as an independent non-executive director.
New Zealand’s top rural consultants and agri-business professionals will tackle the big issue of how the industry can do more to help New Zealand’s pastoral farmers lift productivity, when they come together in November for the Farmax Consultants’ Conference in Rotorua and Christchurch.
The 2013 financial year saw New Zealand’s largest health insurer, Southern Cross Medical Care Society, retain its strong and stable financial position and continue to deliver excellent value to its members.
Tourism New Zealand today welcomed the conviction of four companies and four individuals for breaches of the Fair Trading Act and consequent fines totalling NZD$601,900.
Every move to slow the reform of the Resource Management Act makes business more uncertain for commercial fruit and vegetable growers in New Zealand.
"The slow fall in unemployment anticipated by the Reserve Bank reinforces the need for wider objectives of monetary policy," says Bill Rosenberg, CTU Economist.
Two unregistered people have been convicted and fined, following separate investigations by the Electrical Workers Registration Board (EWRB).
Abano Healthcare Group Limited (NZX:ABA) has today mailed Share Purchase Plan documents to eligible shareholders.
Federated Farmers today said it is critical the RMA reform stays on track. "No one is saying there should not be any change. It is widely recognised that the Act needs amending to ensure that it remains fit for purpose," says Bruce Wills, Federated Farmers President.
Power cuts throughout the South Island and significant damage to irrigators will mean that some dairy farmers will not be able to milk for some time and access to water will prove problematic.
State Services Commissioner and Head of State Services Iain Rennie has today announced the appointment of Julie Read as Chief Executive and Director of the Serious Fraud Office.
AsureQuality celebrated the opening of its newly refurbished and expanded Christchurch food testing laboratory today, with the Prime Minister, Rt Hon. John Key and many of its customers in attendance.
The employment law changes currently before Parliament are part of the catch up process needed to reflect common practices already in place in today’s workplaces, David Lowe, Employment Services Manager for the Employers and Manufacturers Association told Parliament’s Transport Industrial Rel
The trend for national guest nights continued to rise in July and is at an all-time high, Statistics New Zealand said today.
Prostate cancer diagnostics company, Caldera Health, has appointed Graham Watt as managing director.
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