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NZ's international tech reputation growing - NZTech

A constant stream of international business delegations are arriving in New Zealand to learn more about our innovation ecosystem and to look for the next big thing in tech.

Competition in real estate auction rooms in Hamilton heats up

Lodge Real Estate Managing Director Jeremy O’Rourke says after a brief hiatus in activity for real estate auction rooms in Hamilton, competition is heating up again.

Tax Practitioners Board investigating 350 tax practitioners

At the start of the new financial year, the Tax Practitioners Board (TPB) has revealed that it is currently investigating more than 350 tax practitioners who are suspected of high-risk behaviour including:

failure to meet personal tax obligations

Tourism funding will prove significant boost for Northland

Northland Inc has welcomed the Government decision to pump more than $1.6 million of tourism funding into the restoration, improvement and care of some of the special regional treasures.

DairyNZ: Government’s methane target must change

DairyNZ has released its submission on the Zero Carbon Bill and is calling on the Government to revise the methane target in the Bill to one that does not put at risk New Zealand’s world-leading dairy sector.

OIO investigation forces overseas investors to sell Auckland properties

The High Court has ordered overseas-owned BCH Investments Ltd to pay the maximum civil penalty of $300,000, along with costs totalling $288,000 for buying five hectares of Auckland land without Overseas Investment Office (OIO) approval.

Synlait celebrates high performing dairy farmers

Synlait (NZX: SML; ASX: SM1) celebrated their highest performing dairy farmers at their 2018/2019 Honours Awards ceremony. The ceremony took place at their annual supplier conference held in Christchurch on Thursday 11 July 2019.

Northland farmer banned from owning cattle and fined $5,000 for offences

A 62-year-old Northland farmer has been fined $5,000 and banned from owning more than 70 cows for two years after being found guilty of a range of animal welfare offences.

South Island Regional Young Viticulturist of the Year named

Congratulations to Zoe Marychurch from Pegasus Bay - Bayer South Island Regional Young Viticulturist of the Year 2019

Zoe Marychurch became the Bayer South Island Regional Young Viticulturist of the Year 2019 on 12 July following the competition held at Greystone in North Canterbury.

Development potential for Napier seaside mixed-use property

A significant industrial and retail property in Napier's mixed used seaside suburb of Ahuriri is on the market for sale.