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TLC Welcome new board members

New Board Members King Country-based electricity distribution business, The Lines Company (TLC), announced the appointment of two new members to their Board of Directors.

Green funding collaboration tackles e-waste and digital equity

Quadrent and BNZ have partnered to deliver a New Zealand first - a green leasing solution for technology assets that will reduce e-waste entering landfill and provide digital technology such as laptops, smartphones and computer screens to communities around New Zealand.

MBIE joins KiwiRail at new $100 million Wellington regional business hub

The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) is the latest tenant to join Willis Bond’s $100 million Blue Mountains Campus project in the Hutt Valley.

Countdown GMO Impossible Burger goes to Commerce Commission

Hopes have been dashed that Countdown would consider it unethical to mislead customers about use of unsustainable GMO soy by the Impossible Burger, and would label it voluntarily.

WEL Networks launches We.EV - Driving brighter business futures

Waikato-based Electricity Distributor WEL Networks has launched We.EV.

The impacts of China's COVID lockdowns on NZ agriculture - Rabobank

Current strict lockdowns in many major cities in China - as the country tries to eradicate the spread of COVID - are not only affecting its local citizens, but also having flow-on impacts on trading partners, including New Zealand, according to agribusiness banking specialist Rabobank.

Lower Hutt business incubator returns to 'boost' new start ups

Applications are now open for a business incubator programme giving local entrepreneurs a step up to make it in the business world.

Auckland heading into a crisis with sand decision - AQA

The quarry industry warns Auckland faces an almost immediate crisis for road and building construction after consent application for coastal sand extraction at Pakiri near Mangawhai were declined.

Fonterra revises its 2021/22 forecast Farmgate Milk Price

Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited today revised its 2021/22 forecast Farmgate Milk Price range from $9.30 - $9.90 per kgMS to $9.10 - $9.50 per kgMS.

This reduces the midpoint of the range, which farmers are paid off, from $9.60 per kgMS to $9.30 per kgMS.

Retail NZ welcomes pre-budget law and order annoucement

Today’s pre-budget law and order announcement that includes support for the retail sector has been welcomed by Retail NZ.