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RNZ announces partnership with Indian Newslink

RNZ has announced a content-sharing agreement with the Auckland-based publisher Indian Newslink.

Rising tide of milk weighs on sentiment - Rabobank's dairy outlook

The "rising tide of milk" has seen sentiment in the global dairy industry begin to wane, as growth in exportable surpluses across key milk-producing regions gains momentum, according to Rabobank’s latest Dairy Quarterly report.

Bostock NZ aims to capture organic onion export opportunities

Bostock New Zealand aims to capture huge untapped export opportunities for Southern Hemisphere organic onions using the latest technology, growing systems and expertise out of Europe.

Gisborne gets additional Spark coverage for Christmas

In anticipation of a huge surge in demand for mobile services in Gisborne this holiday season, Spark has brought in a temporary mobile site to improve coverage and capacity for the peak time of the year.

Spark rolls in portable cell site to Mahia Beach for Christmas period

In anticipation of a huge surge in demand for mobile services in Mahia Beach this holiday season, Spark has brought in a temporary mobile site to improve coverage and capacity for the peak time of the year.

MarginFuel closes oversubscribed $810,000 funding round

Wellington-based MarginFuel, today announced that it has successfully closed an oversubscribed $810,000 funding round to continue to support accelerated growth of the business.

Director election for Beef and Lamb Northern North Island district

A Director election will be held for Beef + Lamb New Zealand’s Northern North Island electoral district after three nominations were received.

Air New Zealand boosts Wellington-Queenstown route

Air New Zealand is set to grow the number of seats available on the Wellington-Queenstown route by around 50 percent from April next year.

Beef and Lamb launches drought resources for farmers

Beef + Lamb New Zealand has launched an online resource for farmers affected by the dry conditions.

CricHQ sold to NZ investors

Neale Jackson and Brendon Gibson of KordaMentha, the receivers of CricHQ Ltd, have confirmed the sale of CricHQ’s business and assets to a group of New Zealand investors.

Refinery welcomes Inquiry

Refining NZ welcomes the announcement of a Government inquiry into the September pipeline outage. Commenting, CEO Sjoerd Post said that the refinery concurs with the need for a resilient and reliable fuel supply.

Spark fast-tracking build of long-range IoT network

Spark is building a long-range network to enable the Internet of Things in New Zealand’s most populated urban centres, switching on sites in Christchurch, Wellington, Hamilton and Auckland in time for the new year.

Jetstar returns to Wellington-Queenstown route

Jetstar will operate between Wellington and Queenstown three times a week from March next year, providing travellers with a choice on the route for the first time since 2013.

Workers 'gutted' after DCC votes for Easter Sunday trading

Working people in Dunedin are "gutted" after the Dunedin City Council’s decision to allow Easter Sunday trading. That’s according to the union representing retail workers in the city.

Early summer prompts call for farm plan

A very wet spring followed by a hot, dry start to summer has put pressure on summer feed supply for dairy farmers in some parts of the country. Data shows current soil conditions are drier than normal, particularly parts of Northland, Taranaki, Lower North Island and Southland.

More biosecurity officers for summer rush

Thirty-two new quarantine officers will graduate from their training today, bolstering the Ministry for Primary Industries’ biosecurity defences at the border.

Air NZ makes schedule changes due to maintenance requirements

Air New Zealand advises that it will be retiming some international flights and making a limited number of cancellations over coming weeks as a result of two recent events involving the Rolls-Royce engines on its Boeing 787-9 aircraft.

Thai Airways celebrates 30th anniversary

Thai Airways celebrates 30 years of flights between Auckland and Thailand today, marking a longstanding commitment to New Zealand as the only carrier to consistently service the Auckland-Bangkok route.

Report reinforces economic contribution of screen industry - NZFC

The New Zealand Film Commission (NZFC) today released key economic highlights which reinforce the screen industry’s value to the New Zealand economy.

Monetary policy grapples with drivers of weak inflation

Inflation in New Zealand and world-wide has been persistently low since the 2008 global financial crisis, partly because of factors such as globalisation, the growth of China, the rise of the digital economy, and low inflation expectations.

Otago survey shows care needed at Christmas and social functions

A University of Otago survey of 1000 employers and employees in New Zealand has found that many things can go wrong at work social events when alcohol is involved.

Michael Stiassny joins LPF Group board

Michael Stiassny, one of New Zealand’s leading insolvency practitioners is to join the board of New Zealand’s leading litigation funder, LPF Group from early January 2018.

Autonomous driving 'is today's biggest game changer'

So much of the discussion around autonomous driving has naturally focused on the car as a mode of transportation, but as driverless cars become a reality, we must start thinking of the automobile as a new type of consumer space.

Site blocking won't work - InternetNZ

InternetNZ is surprised by today’s announcement of court action from Sky TV to a range of ISPs, asking them to block New Zealand Internet users from accessing certain websites. Sky’s assertion is that this move is designed to hamper piracy of online content.

Waikato farmers turn out for robotic milking system demo

A group of Waikato farmers headed to Cambridge yesterday to see firsthand how robotic milking systems are helping address current industry concerns around labour shortages and animal welfare.

Commission to file Notice of Appeal against Hamilton real estate decision

The Commerce Commission intends to file a Notice of Appeal against the High Court’s decision to dismiss the Commission’s case against two real estate agencies and their directors for price fixing.

Dairy Tomorrow, key to New Zealand's future wellbeing - Feds

A dairy industry that is environmentally responsible and economically sustainable has a critical role to play in New Zealand’s future prosperity and wellbeing says Federated Farmers.

Aussies spending more online, more often - report reveals

A 2017 Year in Review report released today by Neto, on The Changing Face of Retail in Australia: State of eCommerce Report reveals Australians are rapidly embracing the ease and convenience of online shopping, increasing their spending per online transaction and purchasing more frequently in 201

David Whyte appointed CEO of New Zealand King Salmon

New Zealand King Salmon Investments (NZX and ASX: NZK) is pleased to announce the appointment of David Whyte as Chief Operating Officer for the company, commencing in January.

Meridian Energy executive team changes announced

Meridian Energy Chief Executive Designate Neal Barclay today outlined changes to Meridian’s Executive team. The role of General Manager Markets and Production has been split into two new executive positions - Generation and Natural Resources and Wholesale.

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