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Forest industry says govt wood preference policy good for economy and environment

Forest owners say the government’s announcement of a policy to give preference to low greenhouse gas emission materials in government construction will be good for both the environment and for the timber construction industry.

'Radware survey reveals remote work blind spots'

The vast majority (83%) of C-level executives expect the changes they made in people, processes and applications as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic to become permanent (whether significant or partial), according to data from a report published today by Radware®.

Don’t let your standards for operating machinery slip - WorkSafe

Meat manufacturer Hellers Limited has been sentenced for health and safety failures at the Christchurch District Court this week after a worker lost four fingers in a machine used to process meat.

Fall in imports drives current account surplus - Stats NZ

New Zealand’s COVID-19 lockdown saw imports fall more than exports, leading to a record current account surplus of $0.5 billion in the June 2020 quarter, Stats NZ said today.

Net international investment position remains steady - Stats NZ

New Zealand’s net international liability position was steady at $180 billion at 30 June 2020, Stats NZ said today.

'Coherent Solutions rebrands to Quantifi Photonics, sets sights on global market'

New Zealand based Coherent Solutions, a world leader in coherent optical communication and photonics test and measurement is now known as Quantifi Photonics.

Heartland Bank launches new business loan product

Heartland Bank (Heartland) is excited to announce the launch of Heartland Extend, an adjustable term loan designed to help organisations take control of their cashflow.

'Fonterra's Te Awamutu site fires up on pellet power'

It’s full steam ahead on wood pellets at Fonterra’s Te Awamutu site, with commissioning underway, as the site takes the next step in its transition away from coal.

NZ Bus signs 3 year collective agreement with unions

NZ Bus announced today that it has signed a new 3-year Collective Agreement with unions representing 800 drivers in Auckland.

NZ Bus CEO Barry Hinkley says he is delighted that a new agreement had been reached.

Strategic Three Kings accommodation investment - Colliers

An accommodation investment on a strategic site in the central Auckland suburb of Three Kings is for sale as a freehold going concern with future redevelopment potential.