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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.

Business must take the lead - Auckland Business Chamber CEO Michael Barnett

High unemployment, a decade long tail of national debt and uncertainty in abundance makes for dire reading as Treasury opens the books, but rather than looking back at what has occurred, business and government need to start digging us out to ignite growth.

Employed more confident, but 287,600 think they will lose their jobs

The number of New Zealanders who are confident they will keep their jobs during the next 12 months has risen 8%.

46% of adults (18 years of age or over) believed, at the end of August, they would keep their jobs during the next year.

This was up from 38% in July.

'NZ building code changes support flexible approach to temporary accommodation'

Changes to the New Zealand building code that have come into force this month are a boon for businesses looking to provide temporary accommodation for their workers and for holiday home owners anticipating a busy summer.

Minerals sector debunks false information - Straterra

Straterra, the industry association representing the New Zealand minerals and mining sector, has produced a Briefing Document: Mining in New Zealand - 2020. The purpose of the document is to inform MPs and officials about mining.

New festival in Queenstown encourages working revolution - RemoteTogetherNZ

"If you could work anywhere in the world, where would you go?"

Centreport continues to build regeneration momentum

CentrePort’s regeneration continued to gain momentum while it provided essential services through the COVID crisis in what has been a challenging 2019/20 financial year.

More Air NZ redundancies proposed, but airline refuses to end outsourcing - E tu

E tÅ« calls on the country’s national carrier to halt outsourcing in the wake of fresh cabin crew redundancy proposals.

On Wednesday, Air New Zealand announced its proposal to make around 385 cabin crew redundant by December, as part of its plans to cut staff numbers further.

OIO grants consent for Microsoft to acquire significant business assets - LINZ

Microsoft Corporation’s New Zealand subsidiaries have been granted consent by the Overseas Investment Office to acquire significant business assets, which include various land interests to be used for cloud-based data centres in New Zealand.