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Increased support for NZ deep tech startups

From next year budding New Zealand startups will have even stronger support to help turn technology and science into successful businesses.

Trade deal, liquidity, support asset prices - CMC Markets

By Michael McCarthy, chief market strategist, CMC Markets and Stockbroking

TradeWindow raises NZ$2.67m with commercial launch on horizon

New Zealand-based supply chain software-as-a-service (SaaS) business, TradeWindow, has successfully completed a seed funding round of NZ$2.67million.

Ngāi Tahu launches new business directory for whānau

Ngāi Tahu has launched Te Aka Haumi o Tahu, a new business directory created by whānau, for whānau.

The vision for Te Aka Haumi o Tahu is to connect, engage and give back by keeping money flowing within the iwi.

SDHB annual report opportunity to reflect on Commissioner’s term

Southern DHB’s Annual Report: Quality and Performance Account 2018/19 was a chance to reflect on a longer journey, say former Commissioner Kathy Grant and Chief Executive Chris Fleming.

NZ’s largest manufacturing sector concerned about Govt’s freshwater proposals

The viability of some meat processing plants in New Zealand will be in doubt under the Government’s current freshwater proposals, according to the Meat Industry Association (MIA).

Ballance unveils Whangarei distribution hub plans

Leading farm nutrient supplier Ballance Agri-Nutrients has acquired a site in Whangarei to establish its new bagging and distribution centre.

Bullish growth in beef cattle numbers - Stats NZ

Beef cattle numbers increased strongly in 2019, rising for the third year in a row, while the number of dairy cattle dipped slightly, Stats NZ said today.

Holiday park and owner to pay $680,350 for gross worker exploitation

A North Island holiday business and its owner have been banned as employers, and will pay a record $680,350 in penalties and unpaid wage arrears to three migrant workers, who described their situation as being "like a nightmare", and a "prison".

Now to fill the stockings, and fridge

Our Christmas shopping is about to ramp up significantly. Spending in the last seven days before Christmas rises to around 50% more than the average week during the rest of the year.