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Gisborne men fined $10,000 for crayfish offences

Two Gisborne men, one a church minister, have been fined a total of more than $10,000 between them for a range of crayfish offences.

New Zealand avocados step closer to China

New Zealand is a significant step closer towards supplying fresh avocados to Chinese consumers and opening up access to a brand new market for our growers, the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) and New Zealand Avocado announced today.

Synlait Auckland doubles infant formula packaging capacity

Synlait Milk (NZX: SML; ASX: SM1) has opened its new Auckland site, which is home to its second state-of-the-art blending and consumer packaging facility.

Located in Mangere, the site was officially opened today by Auckland Mayor Phil Goff at a ceremony alongside all staff.

ANZ and First NZ Capital form strategic alliance

ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited (ANZ) has announced it will enter into a strategic alliance with leading share broking and investment banking firm First NZ Capital Securities Limited (FNZC).

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By Michael McCarthy, chief market strategist, CMC Markets

NZ Post celebrates Royal platinum wedding anniversary

New Zealand Post is celebrating Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh’s 70 years of marriage with a special series of stamps and limited edition silver coin.

Auckland Council wins prestigious 6 Green Star Award

Auckland Council announced today that it is the proud winner of a prestigious 6 Green Star award for the retrofit internal building upgrade project at the council’s headquarters at 135 Albert Street.

Thai Airways daily Dreamliner service a boost for trade

Thai Airways has launched daily Dreamliner flights between Auckland and Bangkok, giving New Zealand businesses extra capacity to take advantage of fast-growing trade ties with Thailand

Inland Revenue urges businesses to use accounting software

Inland Revenue has sent out 40,000 letters and emails urging small and medium size businesses to look at using accounting software, so they can make the most of upcoming changes to the tax system.

André Lovatt to take up Auckland Airport role

Regenerate Christchurch chair and Arts Centre chief executive André Lovatt is to leave the city to take up a new role at Auckland Airport.

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