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Fujitsu fined $310, 000 in unsubstantiated claims case

Heat pump supplier Fujitsu General New Zealand Limited (Fujitsu) has been fined $310,000 for making unsubstantiated or misleading claims about the energy efficiency and performance of some of its heat pumps.

Confidence in property market 'undented' by pre-election jitters

Confidence in New Zealand’s residential property market is showing no signs of pre-election jitters, a new research survey shows.

Two Auckland projects recognised at IEDC Awards

Auckland’s growing reputation as a leading innovator within the global economic development community has been reinforced with two key projects receiving prestigious international accolades from the International Economic Development Council (IEDC).

Chamber welcomes normal service resuming at CentrePort

The Wellington Chamber of Commerce welcomes normal service resuming at CentrePort just 10 months on from the Kaikoura earthquake, thanks to temporary works.

Simpson Grierson wins Supreme Award at White Camellia Awards

Simpson Grierson is thrilled to have won three awards, including the Supreme Award at the White Camellia Awards last night at Government House, says Heather Ash, Partner and Head of our Diversity and Inclusion Committee.

Old Mout UK hatches plan to save kiwi

Kiwis for kiwi has joined forces with Old Mout Cider UK, to generate support for kiwi conservation.

Lack of sleep could affect your safety at work

Daylight Saving this weekend is a good time to check on the amount of sleep you are getting to keep yourself and others healthy and safe as you work, says WorkSafe Chief Executive Nicole Rosie.

Fuji Xerox files proceedings against former senior executives

Fuji Xerox New Zealand Limited, Fuji Xerox Finance and their parent shareholder, Fuji Xerox Asia Pacific Pte Limited have filed civil proceedings in the High Court at Auckland against former senior executives of Fuji Xerox New Zealand.

Reserve Bank introduces revised outsourcing policy

The Reserve Bank today published a revised outsourcing policy for large banks.

"The revised policy aims to ensure that a bank can continue to operate in a situation where a key service provider fails," Deputy Governor Grant Spencer said.

Fuel customers remain confident of maintaining ground fuel supplies

Fuel customers of Refining New Zealand said they remained confident of maintaining ground fuel supplies into Auckland, supported by initiatives enabled by government.

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