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Bell Gully’s streaks in top legal directories continues

Bell Gully has continued two significant streaks after results from the Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2019 and Global Competition Review’s GCR 100 global survey were released this month.

Optimism returns - CMC Markets

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

Finance and accounting trends for 2019

The tide’s turning in 2019 - are you prepared to ride the wave?

Roof replacement project for Hamilton's Central Library

Work to replace the roof on Hamilton’s Central Library starts on 29 January.

The six-week project represents Hamilton City Council’s commitment to proactively maintaining the large public buildings it is responsible for on behalf of the city’s residents.

Hikurangi licensed for high THC cannabis

Ruatoria based Hikurangi Cannabis Company has been granted permission to cultivate 16 new varieties of cannabis, including some of the first high-THC strains to be imported under new biosecurity rules.

'An emerging rental crisis caused by macro-economic drivers'

By Mark Rais

The new tenancy law changes and investment tax proposals, although quite sound in their intention, may unwittingly combine with emerging negative macro-economic forces.

Wanaka Community to be on the lookout for fake QLDC Building inspectors

Queenstown Lakes District Council (QLDC) has received reports of individuals posing as Council Building Inspectors in the Wanaka area to gain access to private residences.

Commercial property investor confidence at two-year high - Colliers

Investor confidence in New Zealand’s commercial property market is at a two-year high, new research shows.

Colliers International’s latest quarterly survey found national commercial property investor confidence reached a net positive 26 per cent in the December 2018 quarter.

Queenstown tops house price growth expectations for ninth quarter

Queenstown has maintained its two-year reign at the top of New Zealand for house price growth expectations, beating all other centres for the ninth consecutive quarter.

Trade reports see risk rise roll on - CMC Market

Unofficial reports that the US Treasury secretary is considering dropping tariffs on China imports spurred further gains for risk assets in overnight trading. Share investors were the main beneficiaries, although copper, iron ore and steel all lifted on the news.