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Diet and 'detox' teas pulled from sale after Consumer NZ investigation

Several brands of diet and "detox" tea have been withdrawn from sale after Consumer NZ found they contained a pharmacy-only medicine.

Consumer NZ chief executive Sue Chetwin said the teas contained senna, a source of sennosides, which are used to treat constipation.

Chapman Tripp advises InfraRed Capital Partners on sale of stake in Auckland South Corrections Facility

InfraRed Capital Partners has sold its 40% interest in the Public Private Partnership (PPP) at Auckland South Corrections Facility (ASCF) to the AMP Capital Community Infrastructure Fund. The transaction is the first secondary PPP transaction in New Zealand.

Kiwi oat milk producer takes Kiwi oats to the world

New Zealand’s first homegrown oat milk producer Otis Oat Milk has announced ambitious expansion plans in response to surging demand for its homegrown oat milk.

Air NZ using computer vision AI for performance improvements

Air New Zealand is trialling the latest in computer vision artificial intelligence (AI) in its search for innovative ways to continually improve aircraft turn times and better on-time performance.

Persistent gender pay gap plagues NZ academia to tune of $400,000

University of Canterbury (UC) researchers have found two types of gender disparities in New Zealand universities - a gender pay gap, and a gender performance pay gap.

Gull celebrates start to the new work year with Discount Day

To celebrate the return of most Kiwis back to a New Work Year, Gull New Zealand is offering a 10 cent per litre discount, the Discount Day will apply to all Gull’s fuel types across the company’s entire network from 7:00am on Thursday 23 January 2020 until 12:00PM Midday on Friday 24 January

FMC calls on NZSki to consider alternatives to access charge

FMC President Jan Finlayson is urging NZSki to hit pause on its plan to charge for vehicle access on the Remarkables Ski Field Access Road this summer.

Soda kicks off the year with co.starters

Soda Inc. is about to kick off its first course of the year and it has just opened up two more spots!

DAX hits record as virus fear spreads - Michael McCarthy

The outbreak of a coronavirus in China provided the trigger for investors to lock in recent gains. The Yuan weakened, industrial commodities eased and shares fell globally as news that the virus has landed in countries as far away as the US and Australia provoked caution.

E tū response to Imperial Tobacco closure proposal

E tū has been meeting with our members at Imperial Tobacco in Petone, where workers learned this week about a proposal by global parent company Imperial Brands to close the plant.

E tū represents 82 workers at the plant.