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Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre construction update - Otakaro

Construction of Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre is expected to be completed by the middle of next year. Following a commissioning period, the first events are likely to be held in the second half of 2021.

IATA DG to step down

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced that Alexandre de Juniac, Director General and CEO will step down from his role at the Association effective 31 March 2021.

Former abattoir operations plant is placed up for sale - Bayleys

The land and buildings previously operated as a major regional abattoir by one of New Zealand’s biggest meat processing firms have been placed on the market for sale.

WEL Networks Purchases Infratec

Electricity distributor WEL Networks Limited (WEL) has entered into a conditional agreement to purchase the New Zealand operations of Infratec from Alpine Energy Limited (Alpine) and its subsidiaries.

Covid mindset inspires guide to make homes better - Superhome Movement

COVID MINDSET INSPIRES GUIDE TO MAKE HOMES BETTER FOR ALL NEW ZEALANDERS

Usually it takes up to 18 months for a building industry guide to be put together.

For a Covid-inspired group of design professionals, (all volunteers), it took just seven months.

Landmark health and beauty premises go up for sale - Bayleys

Investors seek skin in the game as landmark health and beauty premises go up for sale

The landmark character building housing one of Auckland’s best-known skin and beauty spas has been placed on the market for sale.

Countdown Customer Care workers take further strike action - First Union

Workers at Countdown’s central Customer Care centre in Auckland are walking off the job this afternoon in their third strike action over underpayment and a disappointing new settlement offer from Countdown that they say is worse than their opening position, FIRST Union said today.

Classic country pub with mini-golf course for sale has buyers teed up - Bayleys

A modern country pub operating in one of New Zealand’s premier year-round outdoor adventure and tourism regions - coming complete with its own 18-hole mini-golf course - has been placed on the market for sale.

PINZ awards presented in Wellington - Federated Farmers

The primary industry’s 'Leadership Award’ was presented last night to Southland drystock farmer Bernadette Hunt at Te Papa in Wellington.

'IAG and EQC settle costs from Canterbury earthquake claims'

New Zealand’s largest general insurer, IAG (trading under the brands AMI, State, NZI, NAC, Lumley and Lantern), and the Earthquake Commission (EQC) have today reached an agreement to resolve the division of costs for claims resulting from the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes in Canterbury.