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Banking Ombudsman Invites Calls From ANZ Customers Receiving Offers On ING Funds

Banking Ombudsman Invites Calls From ANZ Customers Receiving Offers On ING Funds

The Banking Ombudsman, Deborah Battell, said today that ANZ customers who invested in the ING Regular Income Fund (RIF) and Diversified Yield Fund (DYF) and who have received offers of additional compensation from ANZ, are welcome to contact her office to discuss these offers.

Home Loan Affordability Deteriorates In October To Worst In A Year

Home loan affordability deteriorated sharply in October after house prices rose to record levels and fixed mortgage interest rates rose to their highest levels this year, the BNZ Home Loan Affordability measure shows.

Council Decision Delights Prestons Developers

Having worked closely with City Council staff over the last two months, the directors of Prestons, the proposed new suburban centre on the north-eastern outskirts of the city, are pleased that the Christchurch City Council has accepted the recommendation of their Regulatory and Planning Committee

Waikato Miners Refuse 8.5% Increase, Continue Month-long Strike

Solid Energy has rejected a newly tabled demand from striking Huntly East miners for a pay increase totalling 13.5%.

Vectorfibre Launches Game Changing Internet Service

VectorFibre is offering its business customers access to unlimited national and international data traffic through its InterNet Service launched this week.

Stability And Certainty For Bus Passengers Delivered Until 2012

Since May, NZ Bus has been participating in negotiations with the Auckland Combined Unions to agree a new Collective Employment Agreement (CEA) for their members.

Matrox Introduces World's First Single-slot Pcie X16 Octal Graphics Card For Mission-critical Environments

MONTREAL, Nov. 26 /PRNewswire-AsiaNet/ --

Matrox M9188 supports up to eight DisplayPort or DVI Single-Link outputs and can be combined with a second M9188 to drive up to 16 displays, all from a single workstation

SBS Bank Announces Solid Six-Month Result

SBS Bank Announces Solid Six-Month Result

SBS Bank has announced a sound profit of $6.54 million after tax for the six months ended 30 September 2009.

Tower's Profit Grows More Than 23%

Tower's Profit Grows More Than 23%

TOWER Limited (TOWER) today reported a net profit after tax of $50.08 million for the year to 30 September 2009, a 23.8% increase over the 2008 result. The result includes a non-cash movement in the discount rate which added $3.15 million (2008: $2.07 million) to net profit after tax.

New Zealand's 2010 Family Wagon Is Here

Hyundai New Zealand officially launched the much talked about facelift Santa Fe model today - a car that is being feted as the new family wagon for New Zealanders.

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