Archive for March, 2018

New Kiwi Site Ready to Topple Trade Me

Press Release – AllGoods

New Kiwi Site Ready to Topple Trade Me AllGoods , a new online marketplace offering a 100% free platform for regular users to buy and sell, announced on Saturday that they were ready to tackle the online giant Trade Me. After 2 years of preparation … Read more »

SH1 between Puhoi to Orewa has reopened

Press Release – NZTA

The NZ Transport Agency has confirmed that State Highway 1 north of Auckland between Puhoi and Orewa has reopened following a police incident. Read more »

Tomorrow’s the day we all start paying

Press Release – New Zealand National Party

This weekend marks the point where ordinary hard-working New Zealanders start paying for the misguided policies of the Ardern-Peters Coalition Government, National Party Finance Spokesperson Amy Adams says. Read more »

State Highway 1 Puhoi and Orewa remains closed

Press Release – NZTA

The NZ Transport Agency is advising motorists that State Highway 1 north of Auckland between Puhoi and Orewa remains closed following a police incident. Read more »

SH1 between Puhoi and Orewa to remain closed

Press Release – NZTA

SH1 between Puhoi and Orewa to remain closed until further notice The NZ Transport Agency has confirmed that State Highway 1 north of Auckland between Puhoi and Orewa will be closed for an extended period today following a police incident. Read more »

Allow at least 90 minutes for detour around SH1 Desert Road

Press Release – NZTA

The Desert road is closed from Waiouru to Rangipo and a detour is in place after a serious crash. Read more »

Minister needs to release info to industry

Press Release – New Zealand National Party

The Minister for Biosecurity has confirmed he has been sitting on report tracing the outbreak of the cattle disease Mycoplasma Bovis since December last year, Nationals Spokesperson for Biosecurity Nathan Guy says. Read more »

CORRECTION: State Highway 1 busy at Mercer

Press Release – New Zealand Police

Traffic is still heavy on SH1 north and south of Mercer due to busy holiday traffic – not as a result of road works by NZTA as first reported. Read more »

World-leading scientist addresses global sustainability

Press Release – University of Auckland

Professor Johan Rockstrm, Director of the Stockholm Resilience Centre will visit the country next week, and will present the ‘NZCGS 5th Global Affairs Lecture’, at the University of Auckland. Read more »

Why A Crypto Bear Market Would Only Bring The Best ICOs

Press Release – ThinkMarkets

Initial coin offerings (ICOs) mark an important aspect in the Web 3.0 blockchain revolution. In exchange for capital, companies sell tokens. People can either use the token, or anticipate it to rise as demand for the companys goods and services … Read more »

OceanaGold commences permitting of the Martha Project

Press Release – OceanaGold

OceanaGold provides annual resource and reserve statement update; commences permitting of the Martha Project at Waihi Read more »

MPI drags the chain on goat welfare

Press Release – Goat Welfare

Goat Welfare NZ The habitual tethering of goats on and off roadsides is still not being addressed by the new animal welfare regulations. Read more »

No good outcome from ring-fencing losses

Press Release – NZ Property Investors Federation

Stuart Nash announced today that In conjunction with the recently announced extension to the bright-line test, ring-fencing losses from rental properties would make property speculation less attractive and level the playing field between property investors … Read more »

Allbirds expands to Canada amid global demand

Article – BusinessDesk

March 30 (BusinessDesk) – Allbirds, the sustainable footwear company co-founded by former New Zealand soccer star Tim Brown, has expanded into Canada, its fourth global market. Read more »

Bank of China impairs $33m loan in annual report, likely CBL

Article – BusinessDesk

March 29 (BusinessDesk) – Bank of China New Zealand’s unit included a $12 million provision for impairment losses linked to one loan in its latest disclosure statement for the year to Dec. 31 after reports it lent 19.5 million euros to CBL Corp, currently … Read more »

MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares drop, A2 falls on Nestle competition

Article – BusinessDesk

MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares drop, A2 falls on Nestle competition, Fletcher sinks while Sky TV bounces Read more »

NZ dollar heading for 1.6% quarterly gain

Article – BusinessDesk

March 29 (BusinessDesk) – The New Zealand dollar is heading for a 1.6 percent quarterly gain against the US dollar after a whippy three months that saw it around 5 percent higher at one stage as the greenback remained out of favour. Read more »

Forest & Bird leaves bank over fossil fuel investments

Press Release – Forest and Bird

New Zealand’s largest independent conservation organisation is moving its bank accounts from ANZ because of serious concerns over the banks investments in fossil fuels. Read more »

BOP: Response to draft Regional Land Transport Plan

Press Release – Bay of Plenty Regional Council

Bay of Plenty Regional Council would like to thank the community for their level of interest that resulted in 1891 submissions on the draft Regional land Transport Plan. Read more »

What big tobacco didn’t want you to read

Article – BusinessDesk

Philip Morris NZ’s redacted statement of claim: What big tobacco didn’t want you to read Read more »

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