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High rental price increases should not come as a shock to anyone - NZPIF

"High rental price increases should not come as a shock to anyone", says Andrew King, Executive Officer of the NZ Property Investors’ Federation (NZPIF). "While Statistics NZ has pointed to the Healthy Homes legislation, this is only one change that has pushed rental prices higher."

Christmas shopping continues apace

Spending through Paymark hit a new daily high last week, reaching $297.5 million through 5.1 million card transactions on Friday 20 December.

Completion of the first phase of Ultra-Fast Broadband announced

Chorus has today announced that a nine-year project to bring 28 towns and cities world-class broadband has been completed - on time and on budget.

Trade deal inches closer, sentiment rises

Investors shrugged off weaker US data to lift European and US shares on Friday night. The US dollar and gold fell as investor sentiment improved. Copper and oil rallied, and dragged the New Zealand, Canadian and Australian dollars higher.

'Still work to do' on the Zero Carbon Bill and methane targets

"There is still critical work to be done on the Zero Carbon Bill and its methane targets to ensure the Bill achieves its own objectives," says Beef + Lamb New Zealand’s (B+LNZ) Chief Executive Sam McIvor.

Spark 5G live on Auckland Harbour for Emirates Team NZ

Real time data from race boat to chase boat - Spark announces next step with Emirates Team New Zealand

Employers and employees prefer on-job training

A new study from Research First shows that service sector on-job training arranged by industry training organisation ServiceIQ has high levels of satisfaction.

Team at Synlait Pokeno process first milk

Synlait staff are excited to have processed the first milk received at our newest state of the art nutritional powder manufacturing facility in Pokeno, Waikato.

'Unconscious Saving' plan proposed to increase KiwiSaver savings

Most New Zealanders are not saving enough to have a comfortable retirement.

Dairy Industry Awards: Entries open 1 Oct

Entries for the 2020 New Zealand Dairy Industry Awards open on Tuesday 1st October and are an opportunity for entrants to secure their future while learning and connecting with others and growing their career.

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