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Inland Revenue updates compliance focus on Multinationals

Inland Revenue says new measures to ensure large multinationals pay the right tax in New Zealand are working well and should mean an extra $200m in tax collected each year.

BusinessNZ announces new Executive Director for the Sustainable Business Council

BusinessNZ chief executive Kirk Hope has announced that Mike Burrell will be the new Executive Director of the Sustainable Business Council, starting in January 2020.

Pre-emption over sitting on the fence - ASB

Current market pricing is sitting on the fence, but we believe there is a strong case for cutting the OCR, with the RBNZ to follow through and deliver a 25bp cut in the November Monetary Policy Statement (MPS).

Smaller providers are the big winners at the Broadband Compare TUANZ Awards

Last night saw more than 200 senior-level professionals from the New Zealand Internet and Communications Technology sector come together at the Broadband Compare TUANZ Awards to celebrate the best of the best in the New Zealand broadband sector.

Proposed change with potential huge impact

Imagine living next door to loud, obnoxious and potentially violent neighbours. If they were tenants then you might expect their landlord to do something about it and protect you.

FMA apologises for privacy breach

The FMA today apologised for a privacy breach that meant complaints documents sent to the regulator between 2015 and 2017 were potentially accessible via internet searches.

NZ minerals sector contributes significantly to country’s wellbeing

Straterra, New Zealand’s minerals sector industry organisation, has cautiously welcomed the government’s resource strategy. The strategy recognises the importance of minerals to society and shows a willingness to work with the sector to achieve positive outcomes for New Zealand.

CFFC film at the International Fraud Film Festival

The first film to be made by two fraud-fighting agencies telling victims’ stories will screen at a free session during the International Fraud Film Festival in Auckland on November 14.

The Old Mill Napier: Heritage investment with development upside

An historic former Woollen Mill that is now a popular events venue has been put up for sale in one of Napier’s most desirable and tightly held residential suburbs.

Charities selected to pitch at Funding Network's next live crowdfunding event

Often called the Dragon’s Den for the charity sector, The Funding Network (TFN) launched in New Zealand in 2014 and has since raised more than $325,000 for 25 non-profit groups.