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Customers Still Confused About HDTV

High definition technology is on a TV screen near you, but some people are still confused about the difference between Freeview Digital TV and High Definition TV.

Paperless Air Freighting For New Zealand

Willie van Heusden, President of the Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders Association, has welcomed the announcement that New Zealand will adopt paperless air freighting by 2009.

Teacher Pay Packets Boosted

Teacher Pay Packets Boosted

Thousands of teachers will receive pay rises from today (July 2nd) following the successful settlement of a number of collective agreements last year.

Vistajet Completes Acquisition Of Bombardier Skyjet International

Vistajet Completes Acquisition Of Bombardier Skyjet International

ZURICH, July 1 /PRNewswire-AsiaNet/ - -

- VistaJet Becomes Second Largest Business Jet Company Outside North America; VistaJet Will Generate Over 25,000 Hours Worldwide

ONTRACK Welcomes OAG Report On Rail Asset Management

ONTRACK Welcomes OAG Report On Rail Asset Management

1 July 2008 - A report by the Office of the Auditor General has helped rail infrastructure agency ONTRACK to formalise its approach to the management of its assets, Chief Executive William Peet said today.

Fairfax Media Launches Search For 2009 Journalism Interns

Fairfax Media Launches Search For 2009 Journalism Interns

1 July 2008 - Wanted: New Zealand's brightest budding journalists.

Downstage Trust Board Announces New Director

Downstage Trust Board Announces New Director

1 JULY 2008 - The Downstage Trust Board announces the appointment of Hilary Beaton as Director/CEO of Downstage Theatre for a fixed term to lead and to manage a successful transition of the theatre's new operating model.

Testing At Kawerau Power Station Progressing Well

1 July 2008 - The commissioning and testing of Mighty River Power's new 90MW geothermal power station at Kawerau is progressing well, reaching a significant milestone late last week when the station was successfully connected and supplied power into the national transmission grid.

Lower South Island Leads Powersaving Effort

1 July 2008 - For the week to Tuesday 1 July, national savings of 3.2% were achieved over the corresponding period in the previous year. On Friday 27 June national power savings of 3.6% were reported.

Commins: Investors Struggle With Complex And Unfair New Tax Rules

Commins: Investors Struggle With Complex And Unfair New Tax Rules

New tax rules introduced on 1st April last year are coming home to roost for taxpayers with offshore investments and their tax agents. The new rules are so complicated that few investors will be able to do their own returns predicts John Commins, a consultant for financial intermediaries.

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