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Spark partners with Enable to trial 'street in a week' fibre installs

The fibre broadband installation process may soon be easier for Christchurch families and business owners.

ASX: Reporting trouble

By Michael McCarthy (chief market strategist, CMC Markets)

Wine tourism another asset for Central Otago - Jacqui Dean

Waitaki MP Jacqui Dean says wine tourism is an exciting new growth area in Central Otago, providing yet another attraction to encourage visitors to the area.

Short-term pause sought if Sky-Vodafone merger gets go ahead

Spark New Zealand (Spark), one of the interested parties opposing the clearance application for the proposed merger between Sky Network Television (Sky) and Vodafone NZ (Vodafone) said today it is seeking a Court ruling for a short-term pause in the event the New Zealand Commerce Commission (Comm

"36 hours of scrutiny essential" on Vodafone-Sky merger

InternetNZ has advised the High Court it supports telecommunications companies’ requests to delay the proposed merger between Vodafone New Zealand and Sky Network Television by 36 hours, in the event this merger is allowed to proceed by the Commerce Commission.

Avanda Group to develop more than 500 homes at Hobsonville Pt

Panuku Development Auckland has confirmed Avanda Group as the housing developer for Stage Two of the Airfields precinct at Hobsonville Point.

The Airfields precinct is a 20 hectare Council-owned site, which was formerly part of the Hobsonville Airforce Base.

My Chocolate Box launches as Cadbury closes NZ operation

Cadbury’s announcement that it was abandoning New Zealand manufacturing turned out to be great timing for the launch of My Chocolate Box, New Zealand’s first monthly chocolate subscription service.

Roadog answers the prayers of shivering bikers

Roadog provides the solution to a problem that has bugged motorcyclists for generations: how to keep warm on a cold road trip without dressing like a Michelin man?

FMA publishes its first Conduct Outcomes Report

The Conduct Outcomes Report 2016 highlights the key issues and actions from the FMA’s enforcement, supervision and preventative activities for the financial year July 2015 to June 2016.

Milk prices continue to drive producer prices

Producer output prices rose 1.5 percent in the December 2016 quarter, and producer input prices rose 1.0 percent, Statistics New Zealand said today.

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