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nib NZ earnings holding up as healthcare treatment bounces back

nib New Zealand today announced its results for the six months to 31 December 2020 (1H21) with premium revenue up 7.9% to NZD$136.1 million and underwriting result1 of NZD$12.3 million broadly in line with same period last year (1H20: NZD$12.6 million).

Steady start as investors gear up - CMC Markets

By Michael McCarthy, chief market strategist, CMC Markets and Stockbroking

A solid start to 2021 for rural property - REINZ

Data released today by the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ) shows there were 154 more farm sales (+42.4%) for the three months ended January 2021 than for the three months ended January 2020.

oOh!media - annual result

oOh!media Limited (ASX:OML) (oOh!) today announced its financial results for the year ended 31 December 2020 ("CY20").

Simon Watt again named NZ's leading climate change lawyer - Bell Gully

Bell Gully partner Simon Watt has been reaffirmed as New Zealand's leading climate change lawyer, following the release of the internationally respected Chambers Global directory.

Simon Watt

Investment research house proposes solution to housing crisis

Wealth Morning, an Auckland-based research house focused on global finance, has just announced a parliamentary housing petition focused on achieving home affordability.

CEO Simon Angelo says the New Zealand housing market is ‘a clear case of market failure.’

Government needs to reprioritise regulating gig work - FIRST Union

The transport union, FIRST Union, says the New Zealand Government needs to get back on track with regulating gig work following the UK Supreme Court’s decision to grant Uber drivers rights like paid holidays and minimum wage.

Te Waka Ture assists Ngapuhi invest in berryfruit growing operations - Chapmann Trip

A joint venture, led by the investment arm of Ngāpuhi, partnering with Northland grower Maungatapere Berries and Far North District Council, will develop a sustainability-focused, high-tech hydroponics berryfruit operation on a 28-hectare site.

Institutional investors 'tuck into My Food Bag'

My Food Bag has successfully completed its institutional bookbuild and its Foodies Offer remains open until 5pm 26th February 2021.

ASB Quarterly Economic Forecast predicts OCR hike as early as August 2022

Predictions of interest rate rises have been brought forward 12 months in ASB’s latest Quarterly Economic Forecast. Chief Economist Nick Tuffley now expects the RBNZ to begin raising the OCR from its current level of 0.25% as early as August next year.