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Embracing AI key to New Zealand's economic future - Accenture

Research from leading professional services company Accenture finds that the critical success factor for businesses in a post-COVID world will be in their abilities to adopt AI technology.

Port Chalmers to Portobello crossing set to undergo major revitalisation - Aurora

Aurora Energy has today announced they will be installing two new submarine cables between Port Chalmers and Portobello to replace the ageing overhead line and submarine cable.

Insolvency Practitioners Register goes live - MBIE

The insolvency sector, creditors and the public will benefit from enhanced practising standards, with the publicly accessible Insolvency Practitioners Register that went live on 1 September.

KiwiSaver tops the list of Money Week subjects - CFFC

Analysis of the questions sent to Sorted by the public as part of Money Week 2020 shows KiwiSaver was the most common topic among those seeking information.

Global rankings confirm world-class status of NZ’s telecommunications sector - NZTF

New Zealand ranked 3rd in world in GSMA index, retaining top 3 ranking for sixth year in a row

Cromwell’s growth sparks expansion in Central Otago - Colliers

Cromwell’s significant growth potential has prompted one of Otago’s leading property agencies to launch a new office that will service the area’s commercial, industrial, rural and valuation needs.

Fresh industrial investment with essential foodservice tenant - Colliers

A purpose-built food distribution facility is for sale with a triple net lease to national tenant Bidfood, offering a chance to secure a premium industrial investment with sought-after essential services covenant.

'Chapman Tripp reinforces sustainable finance expertise'

Described 'as the firm that leads', Chapman Tripp and Mercury today jointly celebrate New Zealand's first new retail green bond of 2020, totalling $200 million.

Westpac McDermott Miller Consumer Confidence September 2020

The Westpac McDermott Miller Consumer Confidence Index fell 2.1 points in September, taking it to 95.1. That is the lowest consumer confidence has been since 2008.

'Accommodation redevelopments mooted with 2 large city office blocks up for sale'

Multiple accommodation options have been mooted as the most likely redevelopment potential for one of the biggest office blocks in New Plymouth’s central business district which has been placed on the market for sale.