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InternetNZ predictions for 2015

In the spirit of bravery and Christmas Cheer, and with the knowledge of almost certainly being proven wrong on many of these, InternetNZ has made its Top 10 Predictions for the Internet in 2015.

Dunedin City Council announces Director appointments

The Dunedin City Council is pleased to announce the appointment of directors, Keith Cooper to Dunedin City Holdings Limited and Raewyn Lovett and Alan McConnon to Dunedin Venues Management Limited.

Portside site proposed for Wellington convention centre

A new portside site has been proposed for the convention centre and hotel led by Hilton Hotels, developer Mark Dunajtschik and Wellington City Council.

Christmas Day 'to be busiest online shopping day of 2014'

thewarehouse.co.nz is preparing for its busiest sales day of the year, but this year for the first time ever, it will be Christmas Day rather than Boxing Day that will see the largest number of New Zealanders shopping online.

Sealord reports net profit after tax of $25.4m

Sealord Group Ltd has reported a net profit after tax of NZD$25.4 million for its financial year ending 30th September 2014.

The result marks a return to profit for the Group following the exit from its Argentine fishing investment the previous year.

Mazda3 earns top honours, again

Mazda3 has earned accolades from the public following its top billing at the New Zealand Car of the Year earlier this month.

Supreme Court's decision 'helps to pave the way for pay equity'

The Public Service Association (PSA) has welcomed the Supreme Court’s decision this afternoon to deny leave to appeal in the Kristine Bartlett / Terranova Homes pay equity case.

Pure Advantage commends Sanford Limited

Biodiversity describes the existence of species in the natural environment and the preservation of which is regarded as a major goal for environmental and economic policy.

Short-list finalised for Wellington rail contract

Greater Wellington Regional Council has finalised a short-list for the tendering of its new rail contract.

Greg Campbell, the Regional Council’s Chief Executive, says that after careful evaluation of Expressions of Interest the following companies have been short-listed. They are:

Supreme Court declines to hear Terranova appeal

Today, the Supreme Court decided not to accept an appeal by the New Zealand Aged Care Association in the case of Kristine Bartlett vs. Terranova Homes and Care Ltd. The decision is based on a view that the matter before them was an interlocutory matter and not a final outcome in the case.

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