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Two weeks too long in Level Two - Auckland Business Chamber

Auckland’s economic recovery remains hobbled for another two weeks at least with the order to stay in Level Two with no credit given to the show of compliance and vigilance to prevent new flare ups.

Randstad NZ: Continuing need to maintain regular workplace wellbeing check-ins

With Mental Health Awareness week kicking off on 21 September, and the economic impact of the pandemic ongoing, HR and Recruitment expert Randstad believes it’s a timely reminder of the importance for employers to maintain regular workplace wellbeing check-ins.

Kiwi school pupils to get free access to NZ Herald Premium

New Zealand Media and Entertainment (NZME) has today announced New Zealand secondary, intermediate and primary school pupils and their teachers will be given free classroom access to the NZ Herald’s Premium digital news subscription service.

Units for sale in beachside suburb’s warehousing and retail hub

A portfolio of commercial units within a new warehousing, retail and showroom hub in one of Auckland’s busiest seaside suburbs has been released to the market for sale.

NZIER’s Shadow Board still favour QE over negative OCR for stimulus

We are continuing to seek our Shadow Board members’ views on whether the Official Cash Rate (OCR) should be negative and if the Reserve Bank should expand its quantitative easing (QE).

Nick Hawkins appointed IAG Managing Director and CEO

IAG Chairman Ms Elizabeth Bryan today announced the appointment of Mr Nick Hawkins as IAG Managing Director and CEO, effective 2 November 2020. The appointment follows a comprehensive internal and external search.

Westgate development site for sale amid surging demand for land

Surging demand for residential development land is expected to drive strong interest in a substantial greenfield site for sale at the gateway to fast-emerging Red Hills in Auckland’s growing northwest.

'Countdown celebrates te reo Maori year-round '

Customers may have noticed more te reo Māori during their supermarket shop last week but can rest assured it won’t be disappearing now that Te Wiki o te Reo Māori has come to an end.

Weet-Bix celebrates '90 Years Yum' in milestone birthday celebration

The past 90 years have certainly dished up an unprecedented number of challenges and changes, but one thing is for sure - Weet-Bix™ has been there for Kiwis throughout.

Now, the breakfast cereal is marking a significant milestone - Weet-Bix is turning 90 Years Yum!

Substantial Auckland apartment portfolio in five-star hotel complex for sale - Bayleys

Substantial Auckland apartment portfolio in five-star hotel complex placed on the market for sale

A portfolio of 23 residential apartments within one of Auckland’s leading five-star hotel complexes has been placed on the market for sale.