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Spike in lending complaints abates, says Banking Ombudsman Scheme

Complaints to banks about lending-related matters fell markedly in the first three months of the year, according to data published today on the Banking Ombudsman Scheme’s complaints dashboard.

Inflation a major concern around the world as pandemic effects linger - NZIER

Although New Zealand has passed its peak of COVID-19 infections, the outbreak's impact continues to linger in the economy. Activity is gradually returning to normal, but supply constraints remain apparent.

'Extreme complexity' of energy policy highlighted in ComCom decision

Today’s Commerce Commission decision to allow accelerated depreciation of gas pipeline infrastructure highlights the complex trade-offs we will need to make to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050, says Energy Resources Aotearoa.

Relationship Unlimited and BidFin partner to cut technology costs

Enterprise grade software that can truly unlock growth comes with a certain price tag and until now usually came with significant upfront costs.

Hisense launches in NZ with TVs and home appliances

Hisense, a global leader in consumer electronics and home entertainment, has today launched in the New Zealand market, with a competitive range of TVs, refrigeration, and laundry products available to Kiwi customers.

Multi-unit homes lead rise in home consents - Stats NZ

There were 50,583 new homes consented in the year ended April 2022, Stats NZ said today.

This is up 18 percent compared with the year ended April 2021, but down slightly from the last month’s annual record.

Productivity Commission report on immigration welcomed - EMA

The EMA says the Productivity Commission report Immigration - Fit for the Future will be welcomed by its members, who already know that immigration is good for business.

Immigration good for productivity, New Zealand - BusinessNZ

BusinessNZ agrees with a new report by the Productivity Commission, which supports the belief that immigration is good for New Zealand.

PaySauce releases FY2022 Annual Report

Employment solutions fintech PaySauce (NXZ:PYS) is proud to release its FY2022 Annual Report.

PaySauce CEO Asantha Wijeyeratne said the FY2022 report is a landmark moment, presenting PaySauce’s breakthrough news of their cash flow positive position for the final quarter of the year.

'Permits the red herring of workplace health and safety'

A culture of compliance does not necessarily make a safety culture, as evidenced by the ongoing problem of workplace accidents - a local workplace health and safety provider is warning.