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'Foodstuffs' price rollback initiative saves Kiwis $6.5 million in first five weeks'

As inflation continues to drive price increases across the board, Kiwis have, so far, saved a total of $6.5 million on their weekly groceries as a result of Foodstuffs rolling back and reducing prices by an average of 10% on 110 essential grocery items to early 2021 levels, as part of the co-oper

New Ag Work NZ initiative aims to fill agri-worker shortages

New worker placement initiative Ag Work NZ aims to fill New Zealand’s huge farm worker and tractor driver shortages for our thriving primary industry.

Women in Governance awards 2022 - finalists announced

Women on Boards NZ and Governance NZ are thrilled to announce the finalists for the 2022 Women in Governance Awards.

Avaya announces US$600m financing

Upsized from previously announced $500 million due to robust demand Funds June 2023 maturities and supports acceleration of business model transformation Transactions expected to close this quarter

Seeka releases sustainability report

Seeka’s Sustainability Report 2022 focusses on establishing the base methodology for Sustainability Reporting including three years of independently verified carbon footprint calculations.

FMA publishes NZX obligations annual review

NZX achieved compliance with its licensed market operator obligations over the last year and has successfully implemented its action plan, significantly improving the stock exchange’s technology capabilities.

Kiwifruit harvest complete

The 2022 harvest of New Zealand’s largest horticultural produce, kiwifruit, is now largely complete with almost all 2,800 growers’ orchards from Kerikeri in the north to Motueka in the south picked for consumers.

Electricity Authority decides no undesirable trading situation on 9 August 2021

The Electricity Authority (Authority) has today published its decision (https://www.ea.govt.nz/code-and-compliance/uts/undesirable-trading-situations-decisions/9-august-2/) on the claim that an undesirable trading situation (UTS) occurred during six trading periods (37 to 42) on 9 August 2021.<

Why Kiwis love their phones but still don't want their kids to have one - Canstar

Kiwis are increasingly reliant on their mobile phones for everyday tasks, but remain worried about children having phones at too young an age, new research shows.

Kiwi fintech Hnry wins coveted 'People's Choice' at Aussie 'Finnies' Awards

Hnry, NZ’s largest accountancy, has won the People’s Choice (FinTech Organisation of the Year) Award at the Australian Finnies, held over the weekend, which celebrates the best of Australia’s thriving fintech industry.