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Even the lawyers say stock numbers should come down

Press Release – Green Party

Legal advice that says Hawkes Bay farmers might have to reduce stock numbers in order to mitigate pollution to waterways, will have implications for water allocation all over New Zealand, the Green Party said today. Earlier this year, a Board of Inquiry … Read more »

Meltwater ramps up ANZ ‘Outside Insight’ campaign

Press Release – Meltwater

Meltwater , a global leader in media intelligence solutions, today announced it is ramping up its A/NZ campaign with the engagement of challenger-brand PR agency Sling & Stone and appointment of an in-house PR Manager for Meltwater, Angely … Read more »

Every minute eight people visit

Press Release – Careers New Zealand

Careers New Zealands Plain English award winning website,, receives around four million visits a year which equates to eight people visiting the site every minute. Read more »

Date confirmed for chocolate milk to hit the South Island

Press Release – Duo PR

Its official. A date has now been set for the South Island launch of Lewis Road Creamery Fresh Chocolate Milk. The popular chocolate milk will be hitting South Island stores from Wednesday, September 2 together with two new flavours developed with … Read more »

Facilities Management industry takes off in New Zealand

Press Release – Hays

Demand for facilities management services in New Zealand is set to grow in the months ahead as companies continue to outsource the management of their buildings and assets, says recruiting experts Hays Facilities Management. Read more »

Clinicians asked to showcase IT ideas

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman is encouraging clinicians to submit their innovative ideas to improve health services. Each year the Clinicians Challenge generates a whole raft of innovative ideas that have exciting potential to improve patient … Read more »

Rural Women New Zealand celebrates 90 years!

Press Release – Rural Women

On 29th July 1925 the launch of the Women’s Division Farmers Union (WDFU) was to change farming women’s lives. Read more »

Christchurch City Council Rebuild Priorities?

Press Release – New Zealand Taxpayers’ Union

The Taxpayers Union is labelling Christchurch City Council’s spending of $1.2 million on their new website as irresponsible. Taxpayers Union Executive Director, Jordan Williams, says: Read more »

Veeam Posts Record Q2 2015 Results

Press Release – Veeam Software

Record Q2 results driven by 64 percent growth in enterprise sector as companies recognize limitations of legacy backup; reports 70 percent of Fortune 500 using Veeam Availability Solutions for modern data centers Read more »

NZ Online Retail Sales: Monthly update for June 2015

Press Release – BNZ

Total online retail spending in June was up 19% compared to June 2014 levels, with double-digit annual growth in purchases at both local and international sites. Spending at international sites followed a strong May with an even stronger June, with spending … Read more »

UC sells stake in earthquake solutions venture

Press Release – University of Canterbury

The University of Canterbury (UC) has sold its stake in Canterbury Seismic Instruments Limited (CSI) to local technology advisory and investment company Aoraki Partners, completing its direct involvement in a successful research commercialisation initiative. Read more »

New Zealand First Shut Out of Debate on TPPA

Press Release – New Zealand First Party

National finally admitted medicines will cost more once the TPPA deal is signed, yet denied New Zealand First time in Parliament to debate the issues around this so-called trade agreement. The TPPA is in its final days of negotiation in Hawaii … Read more »

New chairman for Destination Rotorua board

Press Release – Rotorua Lakes Council

Rotorua Lakes Council has appointed Peter Stubbs chairman of the board of tourism business unit, Destination Rotorua. Mr Stubbs is also chairman of Rotorua Airport, a Rotorua Lakes Council-owned CCO (council controlled organisation). Council chief … Read more »

New bus fares from Monday

Press Release – Bay of Plenty Regional Council

Bayhopper and Cityride passengers are reminded that fares are set to rise from Monday (SUBS: 3 August). Read more »

Diligent reaches 100,000 users

Press Release – Senescall Akers Ltd

New Zealand July 29, 2015 Diligent Corporation (NZX: DIL) announced its continued growth, surpassing 100,000 users of its Diligent BoardsTM solution. The Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) based platform transforms how companies manage the secure electronic production, … Read more »

Abano healthcare group full year financial results announcem

Press Release – Abano Healthcare Group Limited

Healthcare investor and operator Abano Healthcare Group (NZX:ABA) has continued delivering year on year growth with a result at the top end of the Companys guidance for the financial year ended 31 May 2015. Read more »

Vero Centre set for a facelift

Press Release – Vero

After 13 years as the beacon of Aucklands central business district, Vero New Zealand is taking some time out to refresh its landmark building signage at 48 Shortland Street the Vero Centre owned by Kiwi Property. The City of Sails driving … Read more »

HiFX – RBNZ Governor Wheeler comments – NZD higher

Press Release – HiFX

The Reserve Bank Governor Graeme Wheeler has just been speaking to the Export NZ/Tauranga Chamber of Commerce. His key points were: Read more »

Poroporoaki for Anzac Pikia

Press Release – The Maori Party

The Mori Party is deeply saddened at the loss of Anzac Pikia, a beautiful young man who strengthened the voice of Mori broadcasting through two decades as a reporter, producer, journalist and presenter on Te Karere and Te Kea. The Anzac legacy … Read more »

Reserve Bank’s failings hurting businesses and households

Press Release – Green Party

New information released by the Green Party today shows that the Reserve Bank has failed to forecast inflation accurately over the last four years meaning interest rates have been kept higher than necessary, hurting businesses and households. Read more »

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