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Gold Coast’s $1bn Jewel development launches to NZ market

Australia’s first absolute beachfront six-star hotel and residences in 30 years will now be marketed to one of the Gold Coast’s biggest property investment destinations, New Zealand.

Urgent call for alternatives to large electronic restrictions - IATA

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) called on governments to urgently find alternatives to recently announced measures by the United States and the United Kingdom to restrict the carry-on of large electronic items on certain flights departing the Middle East and North Africa.

ASX: Confidence returns

By Ric Spooner (Chief Market Analyst, CMC Markets)

The ASX 200 index looks likely to break into new high ground for the year as investor confidence returns and markets put concerns over the US Government’s healthcare failure behind them.

Five drive modes on the new GT

There once was a time when owning a supercar meant compromise. Undeniably, the thrills were real, but the effort required to operate many a high-performance machine could overwhelm. With the all-new Ford GT, there is no such trade off.

Te Papa's Mahuki seeking next generation ideas for the culture sector

Te Papa launches the 2017 programme for Mahuki, the museum’s innovation hub, on Monday 10 April.

Applications for the residential programme, which saw seven companies secure business opportunities with Te Papa in 2016, open on 3 April.

Banned vessel allowed to return after cleaning

A biofouled vessel ordered to leave Tauranga earlier this month has been allowed to return after being cleaned outside New Zealand, says the Ministry for Primary Industries.

Proposed changes to apartment ownership rules welcomed

Proposed changes to the laws governing apartment ownership have been welcomed by New Zealand’s body corporate property management sector.

boardPro doubles customer numbers in first two weeks

Small to medium sized enterprises (SME) are embracing newly-launched board software provider boardPro with user numbers doubling in the first two weeks after launch.

Productivity Commission report 'demonstrates need for a Royal Commission'

"The Productivity Commission report released today identifies many of the key issues confronting urban development in New Zealand, but its recommendations fail to align planning, local government decision making powers and funding", says Stephen Selwood, Chief Executive of Infrastructure New Zeal

Banned vessel allowed to return after cleaning

A biofouled vessel ordered to leave Tauranga earlier this month has been allowed to return after being cleaned outside New Zealand, says the Ministry for Primary Industries.

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