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Independent director Simon Israel to retire from board - Fonterra

Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited has announced that after more than six years as an Independent Director, Simon Israel has decided he will step down from the Fonterra Board at its Annual Meeting on the completion of his current term of appointment.

Reade appointed new CEO at Northland Inc

Northland Inc today (Friday) announced the appointment of Murray Reade as its new Chief Executive Officer.

Kawakawa-born Reade, who was most recently CEO of the Lion Foundation in Auckland, will take up his new role at the Regional Economic Development Agency in mid-October.

Commodity pressure sinks AUD - CMC Markets

Pressure on copper, crude oil and iron ore prices pushed the Australian dollar below 68 US cents in overnight trading. The slip comes despite a weakening US dollar.

Changing regulation biggest concern for real estate profession says REINZ

The issue that could have the greatest impact on the real estate profession over the next three years is changing government and local council regulations, according to research issued today by the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ).

When vehicles are your business you must ensure they’re safe - WorkSafe

When vehicles are your business you must ensure that every vehicle is safe and poses no danger to drivers or other people.

Heritage Trustee Company renames to Sargon

Heritage Trustee Company Limited (Heritage) has renamed to Sargon (NZ) Limited (Sargon), in conjunction with the Financial Markets Authority (FMA) re-issuing Heritage’s supervisor licence in Sargon’s name.

Chorus first telco to receive Gender Tick

Chorus has today announced that it is the first telco in the country to pass the assessment criteria and be awarded the Gender Tick, an accreditation for businesses that show commitment to providing a fair workplace for all employees regardless of gender.

Utilities Disputes Commissioner announces she will retire

Nanette Moreau has advised the Board she will be retiring from her position as Commissioner of Utilities Disputes.

2020 NZ Dairy Industry Awards entries opening soon

With a few days to go until entries open in the 2020 New Zealand Dairy Industry Awards, this year’s organisers of the regional competitions and their team leaders will gather in Rotorua for the annual conference to learn how to run the prestigious programme.

Celebrate your uniqueness says tourism export expert

Celebrate your uniqueness is the message from tourism exporters to Waitaki tourism businesses.

TECNZ Chief Executive Judy Chen will meet with local operators and Waitaki Mayor Gary Kircher to discuss the role that inbound tourism has in the regional economy.