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Daikin’s Key Appointments And New Branch Reflects Industry Positivity

Press Release – Daikin

Leading heat pump company Daikin has appointed two new National Sales Managers and opened a new branch in Wellington on the back of continued industry-wide growth. Driven by positivity in the heat pump market, Daikin has appointed Gary Felstead … Read more »

The DHL Difference: DHL Giving Away $100,000 Of Shipping Credit To Small NZ Businesses

Press Release – DHL

The DHL Difference: DHL sees significant double digit increase in package deliveries during Covid-19 DHL Express, the worlds leading express service provider, is proud to continue its unrivalled and efficient logistics service throughout the effects … Read more »

OneFortyOne Announces CEO Appointment

Press Release – OneFortyOne

OneFortyOne is pleased to announce the appointment of Andy Giles Knopp as Chief Executive Officer, effective 21 September 2020. Prior to this announcement Andy has been a key member of OneFortyOnes executive team since 2016 and will step into … Read more »

Glass Recycler Smashing Its Way Into New Factory

Press Release – 5R Solutions

Christchurch-based 5R Solutions is opening a new purpose-built facility that will double its capacity to recycle glass. 5Rs Managing Director Chris Grant says the business already stops 55,000 tonnes of glass from going to landfill every year. Read more »

LIC Begins Artificial Insemination Of Millions Of Cows – Recruits Encouraged To Put Hands Up

Press Release – LIC

Artificial breeding technicians (AB techs) across the country have begun rolling up their sleeves in order to get millions of dairy cows pregnant over the next six months. Their role is critical in producing the next generation of animals and ensuring … Read more »

NZ Bookkeeper Of The Year Shares Her 10 Steps To Business Survival

Press Release – Accountabill

The winner of The Institute of Certified New Zealand Bookkeepers Bookkeeper of the Year 2020, Haylee Wrenn, is urging Kiwi businesses to put their hand up for help. With the governments wage subsidy programme at a close, and a bleak economic outlook Read more »

Bus And Ferry Demand Increases To Beat Motorway Congestion

Press Release – NZTA

Commuters on Aucklands North Shore are starting to make better use of buses and ferries to beat the long queues of traffic travelling over the Auckland Harbour Bridge, but theres still plenty of capacity available. Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency … Read more »

National Road Carriers Association Promotes Sir John Kirwan’s Mentemia Mental Health App To Drivers

Press Release – National Road Carriers

National Road Carriers Association (NRC) is working to help ease mental stress by partnering with Sir John Kirwans Mentemia to provide its mental health app to all those involved in the transport industry. The industrys health and wellbeing … Read more »

2020 NZIOB Conference Explores An Industry And A Built Environment That Is ‘built To Last’

Press Release – NZ Institute of Building

2020 NZIOB Conference explores an industry and a built environment that is built to last The New Zealand Institute of Building (NZIOB) has developed a reputation within New Zealand for creating large-scale industry events that promote new technologies … Read more »

Many Farmers Still Stuck On Connectivity Slow Lane, Feds Survey Finds

Press Release – Federated Farmers

The vast majority of urban New Zealanders can get on the information superhighway at speed but the latest connectivity survey by Federated Farmers shows too many rural families and businesses are still stuck in second gear on a potholed back-road. “We … Read more »

Love Local Campaign To Target Central Wellington

Press Release – Wellington NZ

A new Wellington Love Local campaign will concentrate on boosting central city businesses to help them handle the impacts of Covid-19 as we move into Alert Level 1. The campaign encourages people to buy from local businesses in the heart of the CBD facing diminished … Read more »

Illegal Landings Net Chopper Company And Pilot Hefty Fines

Press Release – Department of Conservation

Illegally dropping off and collecting hunters from a designated wilderness area in the Kaimanawa Ranges has cost a helicopter company and pilot a combined $32,000. This is by far the highest penalty the Department of Conservation (DOC) has attained … Read more »

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