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Porirua Chamber welcomes rethink on roading planning

Porirua Chamber of Commerce has welcomed the news that NZTA will be rethinking the ‘methodology and time frame’ for the Link Road and Kenepuru Drive roundabout.

Consumer NZ’s claims around commissions show lack of understanding - Financial Advice NZ

A claim by Consumer NZ that financial advisers suggest clients look at new life insurance policies just so they can boost their commissions is sensationalist and shows a total lack of understanding of how the sector works, says Financial Advice NZ Chief Executive Katrina Shanks.

Cotton On quickly and quietly closes two Porirua stores - First Union

Workers at neighbouring Cotton On and Cotton On Kids stores in Porirua’s North City Shopping Centre say they are worried about their futures after the multinational chain closed their workplaces this week without providing clarity on if and how they will redeployed to other stores, and whether

New centre means one less excuse - Public Trust

Anyone living or working in Auckland’s CBD who has been procrastinating getting their will or enduring powers of attorney now has one less excuse.

Paperless parking trial starts soon - DCC

A paperless parking trial starts at the Railway Station North carpark from Tuesday next week.

Parking operations team leader Reece Smith says the trial will see pay by plate parking meters used in the carpark for six months.

Cannasouth appoints experienced new CFO

New Zealand’s only NZX listed medicinal cannabis company Cannasouth has appointed Colin Foster as the company’s new Chief Financial Officer.

Containment and caution

Markets traded cautiously overnight as authorities in China sought to contain the coronavirus outbreak by restricting travel to and from Wuhan. European shares fell, crude oil slumped and bonds rallied as investors considered the potential for an epidemic to weigh on global growth.

Beca celebrates 100 years

This year, Beca - New Zealand’s largest international professional services consultancy - celebrates its 100th birthday.

Day of Endangered Lawyer shows value of Rule of Law - Austin Forbes QC

The international Day of the Endangered Lawyer is an opportunity to recognise our good fortune to live in a country where the rule of law is respected, New Zealand Law Society Rule of Law Committee convenor Austin Forbes QC says.

Chamber thanks Lance Walker

The resignation of Lance Walker as WellingtonNZ Chief Executive will be a disappointment to those in the business community, says John Milford, Chief Executive of the Wellington Chamber of Commerce.