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Strong revenue delivers solid annual result for Queenstown Airport

Queenstown Airport Corporation (QAC) delivered a solid result in the financial year ended 30 June 2019 with total revenue up by $3.9 million (9%) to $49.6 million. This was a result of increases in both aeronautical and commercial revenue, and effective cost controls.

NZME launches in-house programmatic sales team

New Zealand Media and Entertainment (NZME) is closer than ever to its customers with the launch of a full in-house programmatic sales team dedicated to its advertising agency partners.

Gender pay imbalance - CTU calls for PM to take action

Statistics out today from the Government show that the gender wage imbalance, or gap, in the average wage is 11.9%, a strong 2 percentage point improvement from 13.9% last year. The gender pay imbalance in the median wage is 9.3%.

Sentiment reversal whips stocks, boosts bonds - CMC Markets

Two sessions of sunshine. Then President Trump defends his role in the global trade dispute, and claims any short-term damage is irrelevant. Predictably, sentiment inverted. Stocks slumped and bonds and gold rallied as growth fears returned in overnight trading.

New Bill could allow fans to watch Rugby World Cup matches

Hospitality New Zealand is delighted that David Seymour is once again proposing a Bill to remove the ridiculous hurdles being placed on hospitality outlets wishing to screen Rugby World Cup matches for their customers, said Vicki Lee, Chief Executive of Hospitality New Zealand.

Gender pay gap unchanged since 2017 - Stats NZ

The gender pay gap was 9.3 percent in the June 2019 quarter, Stats NZ said today.

This is the third-smallest gap since the series began in 1998.

Rideshare newcomer set to up the sartorial stakes on streets of Auckland

Ola has partnered with iconic fashion label Zambesi to shake up the local rideshare industry in the same way the label did for Kiwi fashion 40 years ago.

A gentle winter, a variable market - REINZ

Data released today by the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ) shows there were 102 less farm sales (-25.7%) for the three months ended July 2019 than for the three months ended July 2018.

Inflation Dynamics: Upside Down Down Under? - RBNZ

Thirty years after the Reserve Bank adopted an inflation targeting regime to deal with inflation that was too high, central banks now have a different problem: inflation being too low.

Strong Infrastructure Commission has tough task ahead - EMA

The EMA says much is riding on the board and chief executive of the new National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) announced by Infrastructure Minister Hon Shane Jones today, with a difficult task ahead to deliver on its purpose.