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COVID-19 sees record 12.2 percent fall in New Zealand’s economy - Stats NZ

Gross domestic product (GDP) fell by 12.2 percent in the June 2020 quarter, the largest quarterly fall recorded since the current series began in 1987, as the COVID-19 restrictions in place through the quarter impacted economic activity, Stats NZ said today.

oOh!media NZ unveils top Auckland CBD site as audiences return to the streets

oOh!media NZ has today unveiled its newest premium street furniture site on Quay St, Auckland - set to become one of the most impactful Out of Home advertising locations in the country.

EnergyMate supporting 800 households in energy hardship - ERANZ

Electricity retailers, lines companies, and community budgeting services have partnered to deliver an expanded pilot for EnergyMate, a free in-home energy coaching service for Kiwis at risk of energy hardship, Electricity Retailers’ Association Acting Chief Executive Mike Munro says.

EROAD to raise capital of NZ$50 million, in conjunction with its ASX listing

Transportation technology business EROAD Limited (NZX/ASX: ERD) (EROAD) today announces it has been admitted onto the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) on the evening of 16 September and is seeking to raise NZ$50 million through a NZ$42 million fully underwritten placement of shares ("Placement") a

NZ Telecommunications industry launches new 5G Facts website

Today, the New Zealand Telecommunications Forum (TCF) has launched a new website,, to provide New Zealanders with a "one-stop shop" on 5G information and easy links to reputable expert sources.

FinCap welcomes Commission open letter to teleco on consumer overspending

FinCap welcomes the open letter sent by the Commerce Commission to New Zealand’s three mobile phone operators mobile telecommunications companies, telling them that they need to guard against overspending by mobile phone customers.

Low carbon construction policy using homegrown wood a winner - Auckland Business Chamber

Government’s move to adopt and accelerate the procurement of low carbon construction materials, especially homegrown wood, for new public builds, will stimulate growth, jobs, investment and exports, as well as benefiting the environment, says Auckland Business Chamber CEO Michael Barnett.

Shake Out does a Kiwi mash-up right

With lamington chips having a mixed reaction, Kiwi burger joint Shake Out has set about doing retro combinations right.

The contactless-before-it-was-cool fast food stores have mashed up some classic flavours to build on our love for nostalgia in these strange times.

IDC Digital Transformation Award Finalists Announced for Australia and NZ

Sydney, 16 September 2020 - IDC has announced this year’s finalists in the Digital Transformation (DX) Awards for Australia and New Zealand.

$8 million raised by anti-money laundering startup

Anti-money laundering tech startup First AML has raised NZ$8 million in a Series A funding round led by US-based Bedrock Capital, with support from Pushpay founder Chris Heaslip and Icehouse Ventures.