New Zealand has been ranked third for energy security amongst the top 25 energy users in the world. The International Index of Energy Security Risk is a United States Chamber of Commerce tool designed to facilitate a better understanding of global energy markets.
The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) says the outlook for New Zealand primary industries is positive with strong growth forecast across most sectors and dairy prices expected to gradually increase over the next 2 years.
Deloitte is pleased to announce the appointment of nine new equity partners and fifteen new directors. This is in addition to three partners and one director that were appointed earlier this fiscal year.
The latest New Zealand Energy Quarterly, released today by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE), shows the average cost of electricity paid by residential consumers has fallen for the first time in 15 years.
The Wellington Chamber of Commerce congratulates the winners from last night’s Wellington Sports Awards.
The Reserve Bank today published a Bulletin article documenting the performance of the Bank’s forecasts over the period 2009 to 2015.
Blerter will be at this year’s National Fieldays held at Mystery Creek in Hamilton talking to the rural sector about health and safety.
The latest KPMG Agribusiness Agenda, released today confirms Federated Farmers thinking that the primary sector needs to do more to meet the changing needs of consumers and the wider public.
Federated Farmers welcomes the launch of Local Government New Zealand’s Excellence Programme which details a new independent standards system to measure the performance of local authorities.
Foreign investors returns from New Zealand fell more than half a billion dollars in the March 2016 quarter, Statistics New Zealand said today. This helped narrow the current account deficit to just under $1.5 billion for the three months.
The new Board of Directors of the Pharmacy Guild of New Zealand (the Guild) has elected Graeme Blanchard as President, and Cameron Monteith as Vice President.
Ballance Agri-Nutrient’s latest round of price drops will go some way to relieving pressure on farmers looking to make the most of home-grown feed this season.
New Zealand’s largest tech conference, ITx, kicks off in less than a month with a raft of workshops and speakers on a wide range of topics. The programme includes a number of international speakers with expertise from right across the spectrum of ICT disciplines.
The case of a son leaving his dad in the lurch resulting in him almost losing his house, highlights the need for people to think ahead to protect their finances in their old age, says Banking Ombudsman Nicola Sladden.
Almost half of New Zealanders would like to increase their KiwiSaver contributions by 1% at a time that suits them, according to a new survey by ANZ.
Last night, more than 90 checkout operators from Manawatu New World, PAK’nSAVE and Write Price stores tested their skills against each other onstage at the Massey University Auditorium with the hope of ultimately taking out the title of Foodstuffs North Island Checker of Year.
Minister Responsible for the Earthquake Commission Gerry Brownlee has announced one new appointment and two reappointments to the Board of the Earthquake Commission (EQC).
New Zealand’s co-operative business sector is better known overseas than in this country but that is set to change with two leading universities joining forces to conduct the first research study into the economic contribution of Kiwi co-ops.
The volatile housing market is feeding through into higher spending at shops and, in spite of some weakness in spending during May, this underlying positive pressure remains.
Dunedin City Council Group Chief Financial Officer Grant McKenzie has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of a well-known Dunedin company, the Allied Press Limited.
Completion of one of the biggest projects undertaken by electricity network company, Orion NZ Limited, is critical to providing the region with a cost-effective and resilient power supply today and into the future.
Global dairy prices have fallen over the last two years, meaning lower payments for farmers, and lower prices for consumers. This article provides an overview of the New Zealand dairy industry over recent years. It refers to data from price indexes and the agricultural production statistics.
An updated tool-kit designed to help farmers better manage risks on their farms will be distributed at National Fieldays at Mystery Creek.
Retail spending using electronic cards was $4.8 billion in May 2016, up $152 million (3.3 percent) from May 2015, Statistics New Zealand said today. Of the six retail industries, the only decrease in spending was in the fuel industry, down $40 million (6.6 percent).
International guest nights in April were up 13.4 percent compared with the same month last year, more than offsetting a drop in domestic guest nights that was due to the timing of Easter.
Huge demand for New Zealand blueberries is being welcomed by local growers who have exported a record 1.37 million kilograms of fruit this season.
Chorus has today announced the company has completed its work under the Government’s Rural Broadband Initiative (RBI), bringing better broadband to hundreds of thousands of people all over New Zealand.
InternetNZ has called on Vodafone and Sky to commit to 'network neutrality' with their proposed merger plans.
Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister Paul Goldsmith calls for further submissions on the misuse of market power as part of the government’s targeted review of competition law.
SPANQ, the Suburban Pursuit and Navigation Quest game, has been in real-world testing for the past few months and is now on Kickstarter looking for funding to take the game to the next level.