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Christchurch City 'takes full ownership of its digital future'

Enable Services Limited (ESL) and Christchurch City Holdings Limited (CCHL) have today announced that an agreement has been reached with Crown Fibre Holdings Limited (CFH) to change the structure of the Crown’s investment in the Christchurch UFB project.

New website throws spotlight on ISPs

InternetNZ has launched a new website, called ISP Spotlight, which will help New Zealanders make more informed choices about their Internet providers.

New fee regime will help Overseas Investment Office to increase resources

New fees that take effect on Monday will mean the Overseas Investment Office can hire more staff and further streamline its internal processes, says Land Information Minister Hon Louise Upston.

Business outlook stable over next six months

Most businesses expect overall business conditions to remain stable over the next six months, according to employers surveyed by the EMA.

Marlborough Sounds Salmon Working Group to be established

The Marlborough District Council and the Ministry for Primary Industries will establish a Marlborough Sounds Salmon Working Group to consider options to implement the Best Management Practice Guidelines for Salmon Farming in the Marlborough Sounds (the guidelines).

2degrees scoops Roy Morgan customer satisfaction award

2degrees, NZ’s fastest growing total telecommunications provider, was this week awarded Roy Morgan Research’s ‘Mobile Phone Service Provider of the Year’ for the fifth year in a row.

DCL lends expertise to Convention Centre discussions

Development Christchurch Limited (DCL) Chief Executive Rob Hall says the team is pleased to lend its expertise to ongoing Convention Centre discussions.

Research on young lawyer experiences 'shows opportunities for change'

A ground-breaking report on the experiences of new New Zealand lawyers shows some areas which the profession must consider and then act upon, the New Zealand Law Society says.

FSC welcomes FMA report on life insurance sales practices

The Financial Services Council - which represents life and income insurers, among others - welcomes today’s report from the Financial Markets Authority, on life insurance sales practices.

RBNZ outlines priorities in Statement of Intent

The Reserve Bank is positioning itself to meet the challenges posed by the economic and financial environment, Governor Graeme Wheeler said today when releasing the Statement of Intent (SOI) for 2016-2019.

Air New Zealand scoops Airline of the Year awards

Air New Zealand has been named both International Airline of the Year and Domestic Airline of the Year at the fifth annual Roy Morgan Customer Satisfaction Awards.

2degrees launches Broadband for Business

NZ’s fastest growing total telecommunications provider is helping NZ Businesses do business smarter with its very first Broadband offering for SME.

Southern Colour receives supreme print award

Mayor of Dunedin Dave Cull will tomorrow (June 28) present New Zealand’s premier print industry award to local company Southern Colour Print at a ceremony in The Octagon.

Queenstown Airport welcomes first international after-dark flight

Queenstown Airport welcomed its first international after-dark flight tonight, just in time for its passengers - predominantly Australian skiers and holidaymakers - to enjoy the opening night celebrations of the world-renowned American Express Queenstown Winter Festival.

Not just the UK to worry about with Brexit - Beef and Lamb NZ

Beef + Lamb New Zealand says those who think Brexit won’t have an impact on trade because the United Kingdom (UK) only takes 2% of New Zealand’s exports, are missing the point, it’s the whole of the European trade we should be looking at.

Biggest summer ever forecast for holiday parks

After their most successful summer ever, holiday park operators are being warned to prepare for an even busier peak season in 2016-17.

The economy - confronting risks

New Zealand’s growth outlook is positive but there are risks, according to the BusinessNZ Planning Forecast. BusinessNZ Chief Executive Kirk Hope says nearly all economic indicators are favourable.

Holiday arrivals from China exceed Australia in May

Visitor arrivals numbered 193,600 in May 2016, setting a new May record, Statistics New Zealand said today. Visitor arrivals were up 10 percent from May 2015, driven by an increase in holiday arrivals.

Pacific Edge and MKM Health win NZ Healthcare Innovation awards

 A non-invasive diagnostic system that checks urine samples for signs of bladder cancer and enables patients to get a fast, accurate diagnosis has won the Medical Technology Association of New Zealand (MTANZ) Innovation Award for 2016.

Health technology 'contributes $1.3 billion to national economy'

New Zealand’s health information technology (IT) and medical device companies turned over $1.3 billion last year contributing substantially to the economy, according to a major New Zealand Health Technology Review released today.

'Timing is right' for Canterbury tech sector growth

The tech industry which includes hi-tech manufacturing is now New Zealand’s third largest export sector and Christchurch is New Zealand’s second largest manufacturing centre, according to NZTech’s Digital Nation report just released.

Consumer NZ names TSB Bank as People's Choice Award winner

Taranaki stalwart business TSB Bank has won the 2016 Consumer NZ People’s Choice award for banking.

NZTech report highlights tech sector value to Wellington

The Wellington Regional Economic Development Agency (WREDA) welcomed the report from industry body NZTech published yesterday, which highlights the value of the sector to the region’s economy.

New research reveals top challenges NZ small businesses face

Finding and winning new customers and balancing work, life and the books are top challenges for New Zealand businesspeople, according to new research by Warehouse Stationery.

Peter Yealands recognised with Kea World Class NZ Award

Yealands Wine Group Founder, Peter Yealands, has been honoured with a 2016 Kea World Class New Zealand Award. The World Class New Zealand Awards are New Zealand’s top individual achievement awards being presented annually by Kea.

Xero invoicing update 'to help prevent phishing attacks'

Xero (@Xero) today released a major update to its online invoicing feature that will help businesses avoid phishing attacks, and make it faster and easier for small businesses to receive payment from their customers.

Report shows tech sector's value to NZ economy

Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce and Communications Minister Amy Adams today welcomed a report showing the technology sector’s value to the New Zealand economy.

Investment helps Rotorua become the home of NZ's first mud festival

The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment today announced that $1.5 million will be invested in the annual Rotorua Lakes Council mud festival through the Major Events Development Fund.

Growth surge continues for retail and hospitality sector

Off the back of a bumper 2015, the retail and hospitality industry continues to exceed national average SME growth.

Horticulture welcomes Bruce Wills as new board member

Former Federated Farmers president Bruce Wills has been appointed to the position of independent board director for Horticulture New Zealand.

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