Business

MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares fall as investors wait for leads

26 Jan 2016 Business News
Article - BusinessDesk MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares fall as investors wait for leadsBy Sophie BootJan. 26 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand shares followed Asian markets lower as the Australia Day holiday left the local... more

Westland cuts dairy payout forecast

26 Jan 2016 Business News
Article - BusinessDesk Westland follows Open Country in cutting dairy payout predictionBy Edwin MitsonJan. 26 (BusinessDesk) - Westland Milk Products, the dairy co-operative, has cut its payout predictions for... more

NZ dollar follows oil prices, equity markets lower

26 Jan 2016 Business News
Article - BusinessDesk "h3>NZ dollar follows oil prices, equity markets lowerBy Paul McBethJan. 26 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar followed oil prices and Asian stock markets lower as investors remained... more

Sealord profit sinks 62% in 2015

26 Jan 2016 Business News
Article - BusinessDesk Sealord profit falls 62% in 2015 as low global fish prices weigh on earnings By Sophie BootJan. 26 (BusinessDesk) - Sealord's annual profit more than halved as sales slumped with low... more

SeaDragon directors sell shares after breaches

26 Jan 2016 Business News
Article - BusinessDesk SeaDragon directors sell shares after accidentally breaching Takeovers CodeBy Paul McBethJan. 26 (BusinessDesk) - SeaDragon director Stuart Macintosh and former chief executive Ross... more

Greens push for Treasury unit to cost political promises

26 Jan 2016 Business News
Article - BusinessDesk Greens push for Treasury unit to cost political promisesBy Pattrick SmellieJan. 26 (BusinessDesk) - The Green Party is pushing for the establishment of a new, independent unit within the... more

TPP: Canada in, NZ releases National Impact Analysis

26 Jan 2016 Business News
Article - BusinessDesk TPP: Canada in, NZ releases National Impact AnalysisBy Pattrick SmellieJan. 26 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand government has published a 277-page assessment of the Trans-Pacific... more

No buyers emerge for Wild Pair as receivers sell down stock

26 Jan 2016 Business News
Article - BusinessDesk No buyers emerge for Wild Pair as receivers sell down inventoryBy Paul McBethJan. 26 (BusinessDesk) - Failed retailer Wild Pair didn't attract any buyers and its receivers have closed... more

BNZ lifts New Zealand 2016 growth forecast after robust data

26 Jan 2016 Business News
Article - BusinessDesk BNZ lifts New Zealand 2016 growth forecast after robust dataBy Sophie BootJan. 26 (BusinessDesk) - Bank of New Zealand raised its estimate for New Zealand economic growth this year after... more

NZ govt 5-month deficit wider as tax-take misses forecast

26 Jan 2016 Business News
Article - BusinessDesk NZ govt 5-month deficit wider than expected as tax-take misses forecastBy Paul McBethJan. 26 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand government's operating deficit was wider than expected in the... more

Gary Romano resigns from China's Shanghai Pengxin group

26 Jan 2016 Business News
Article - BusinessDesk Gary Romano resigns from China's Shanghai Pengxin groupBy Tina MorrisonJan. 26 (BusinessDesk) - Gary Romano has resigned his position with Chinese group Shanghai Pengxin in New... more

NZ dollar drops as oil price slide weighs on commodities

26 Jan 2016 Business News
Article - BusinessDesk NZ dollar drops as oil price slide weighs on commodity currenciesBy Tina MorrisonJan. 26 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar fell as oil prices declined amid concerns about a global... more

MARKET CLOSE: NZ Shares rise with global markets

25 Jan 2016 Business News By Sophie Boot
Article - BusinessDesk   MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares rise with global markets; Xero, A2, Nuplex gain while Spark falls Jan. 25 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand shares rose as global markets rallied after a bounce in... more

Tau fly monitoring continues as insect poses $7bn risk

25 Jan 2016 Business News
Article - BusinessDesk Tau fly monitoring continues as insect poses risk to $7bn horticulture industry By Sophie BootJan. 25 (BusinessDesk) - The hunt for the tau fly continues in Auckland, with growers... more

NZ Dollar Outlook: Analysts split on outlook for kiwi

25 Jan 2016 Business News By Tina Morrison
Article - BusinessDesk   NZ Dollar Outlook: Analysts split on outlook for kiwi Jan. 25 (BusinessDesk) - Views are split on the direction of the New Zealand dollar heading in to the Reserve Bank's review of... more

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News

Museum of Waitangi set to become a national and visitor Icon

5 Feb 2016 News
05 February 2016 Museum of Waitangi set to become a national and visitor Icon The new Museum of Waitangi, opened today by the... more

ETS Review modelling documents released

5 Feb 2016 Environment
5 February 2016 ETS Review modelling documents released Three technical documents are being released to help New Zealanders engage... more

Business

NZ wool prices slip on higher kiwi, reduced China demand

5 Feb 2016 Business News By Tina Morrison
Article - BusinessDesk   NZ wool prices slip on higher kiwi dollar, reduced demand from China By Tina Morrison Feb. 5 ... more

NZ directors more aware of risk, focus on cyber security

5 Feb 2016 Business News By Sophie Boot
Article - BusinessDesk   NZ directors more aware of risk, focus on cyber security   Feb. 5 (BusinessDesk) - Directors of... more

Living

Does what it means to be a Kiwi depend on where you live?

5 Feb 2016 Lifestyle
  4 February 2016What it is to be a Kiwi may depend of where you live – Auckland or elsewhere in New Zealand – with... more

2015: The Year of the Blockbuster

21 Jan 2016 Entertainment
Motion Pictures Distributors' Association   January 21, 2016 2015: The Year of the Blockbuster For the second year in a row the ... more

Property

Auckland house sales volumes jump to 8-year high in January

4 Feb 2016 Property By Tina Morrison
  Auckland's house sales volumes jump to 8-year high in January, Barfoot says Feb. 4 (BusinessDesk) - Auckland residential... more

Auckland house prices little changed in December

6 Jan 2016 Property By Sophie Boot
Article - BusinessDesk   Auckland house prices little changed in December as sales volumes, listings drop Jan. 6 (BusinessDesk)... more

Migration

More than 27,000 new Kiwis in 2015

5 Feb 2016 Migration
  This Waitangi Day, New Zealand will roll out the welcome mat to 24 new citizens at Government House, and acknowledge over... more

NZ net migrants reach all-time high 63,700 in boom November

21 Dec 2015 Migration
Article - Businesswire   NZ net migrants reach all-time high 63,700 in boom November year for travel By Jonathan Underhill Dec. ... more

Travel

More than 100,000 SmartGate users in one week

22 Jan 2016 Travel & Tourism
New Zealand Government Hon Nicky WagnerMinister of Customs 22 January 2016 More than 100,000 SmartGate users in one week Customs ... more

Wellington ratepayers to pay $8mln for Canberra flights

21 Jan 2016 Travel & Tourism By Pattrick Smellie
Wellington ratepayers to pay $8mln over 10 years for Canberra flights Jan. 21 (BusinessDesk) - Wellington City Council is... more

Sport

Global Racing Teams Attracted to Godzone’s Fifth Chapter

5 Feb 2016 Multisport
70 teams from 11 nations will come together in Kaiteriteri, Tasman this April for the fifth chapter of New Zealand’s premier ... more

Rob Nicol joins Mondiale Aces squad

22 Jan 2016 Cricket
Auckland Cricket Friday, 22 January 2016 Rob Nicol joins Mondiale Aces squad for Ford Trophy Qualifying Final The Mondiale Auckland... more

Columns

Gordon Campbell on Paula Bennett’s fantasy politics and Iran's election

22 Jan 2016 Opinion By Gordon Campbell
We seem to be living in an era of virtual government, where governments promote only an illusion of policy kapow! rather than the... more

Gordon Campbell on the Dotcom extradition decision

24 Dec 2015 Opinion
Column - Gordon Campbell   Gordon Campbell on the Dotcom extradition decision Inevitably – and with justification –... more

Kiwi Success

Appointment of GCSB Acting Director

5 Feb 2016 Appointments
New Zealand Government Hon Christopher Finlayson5 February 2016 GCSB Chief Legal Advisor Lisa Fong will become the Acting Director... more

Heading to Europe And the Olympics of Architecture

22 Jan 2016 Flying Kiwi*
Warren and Mahoney Heading to Europe And the Olympics of Architecture Architectural graduate Antonia Lapwood has been awarded the... more

Recruitment

Addressing skills shortages in dairy farming

11 Dec 2015 Recruitment
    11 December 2015 Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment Steven Joyce and Minister for Social... more

Alignment of NZ and Australian qualifications frameworks

4 Dec 2015 Recruitment
New Zealand Government Hon Steven Joyce Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment 4 December 2015 Tertiary Education,... more