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UCOL re-invests with confidence

In 2020 UCOL plans to keep up its investment approach, designed to meet the needs of the Region’s learners and employers.

First companies confirmed for circular economy programme, XLabs

Fletcher Building, Haka Tourism Group, fashion brand Ruby, electric ferry start-up EV Maritime, children’s footwear business Bobux and fourth generation Pukekohe growers Balle Bros will be taking part in XLabs.

Morrison and Tatham return to B+LNZ’s Board unopposed

Following the call for director nominations and farmer remits, directors Andrew Morrison (Southern South Island) and George Tatham (Eastern North Island) will be reappointed to the Board of Beef + Lamb New Zealand (B+LNZ) as no other nominations were received in those two districts.

Seismic expands A/NZ presence in response to market momentum

Sydney, Australia - December 12, 2019 - Seismic, the market leader for sales and marketing enablement platforms, has named senior hires in sales, marketing and technical roles, bolstering its local and Asia Pacific (APAC) operations.

Work to start on Mt Cass Wind Farm - MainPower

MainPower has started pre-construction site works for its $200 million Mt Cass Wind Farm.

SkyCity debuts new Sky Tower LED lights with dynamic show

Over the last two months, a team of contractors and SkyCity staff have been busy changing the external lightbulbs on the Sky Tower to LED, supporting SkyCity’s climate change commitment to reduce carbon emissions from the Sky Towers lighting by 10%.

Our new rock-star Professor - Antartica New Zealand

He has carved an internationally renowned career focusing on earth sciences, and now Professor John Cottle, from the University of California Santa Barbara, is coming home.

Property developers fined for failing to get OIO consent - LINZ

The owners of a Birkenhead property have been ordered to pay a total penalty of $123,000 for failing to get consent from the Overseas Investment Office (OIO).

NZIER Consensus Forecasts show a slightly lower growth outlook

The growth outlook has been revised down slightly in the latest NZIER Consensus Forecasts, relative to the previous quarter.

Horticulture experiencing record growth

The Ministry of Primary Industries ‘Situation and outlook for primary industries' (SOPI) report for December 2019 identifies continued growth of the primary sector, highlighting growth in horticulture.