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New Colocation Facility Reduces Business Costs

New Colocation Facility Reduces Business Costs

The energy efficiency of a new colocation data centre in the South Island substantially reduces server hosting, networking and storage costs.

Brazilian Company Enters Ranks Of NZ Oil Explorers

Brazilian Company Enters Ranks Of NZ Oil Explorers

The decision of state-owned Brazilian company Petrobras to pursue an exploration permit in the Raukumara Basin off the east coast of the North Island confirms the attractiveness of New Zealand to global oil producers says the Petroleum Exploration and Production Association (PEPANZ).

Australia Sales Rcord - TD Securities

Australia Sales Rcord - TD Securities

Australian data snap: Record retail sales, disappointing dwelling consents; RBA to remain on hold

Westpac Global Markets Strategy Group: Morning FX Thoughts - NZ Edition

Westpac Global Markets Strategy Group: Morning FX Thoughts - NZ Edition

It was a quiet European/US session, with the US and UK on holiday, S&P500 futures ranging sideways, and European stocks little changed.

Economy On The Rise

Economy On The Rise

Improvement in the economy is heralded in the BusinessNZ Planning Forecast for the June quarter 2010.

Kaitaia Mill Workers Take Action

Workers at the Juken New Zealand triboard mill in Kaitaia are taking industrial action following a breakdown in collective bargaining.

Rapid Employment Project Launched

HONIARA, May June, 2010- Honiara's SB$56.2 million Rapid Employment Project was officially launched by the Solomon Islands Government today. The launch represents the culmination of the preparation and the commencement of the Rapid Employment Project.

Moody's Maintains Stable Outlook For Australian Airport Sector

Moody's Maintains Stable Outlook For Australian Airport Sector

Moody's Investors Service announced today that it is maintaining its stable outlook for the Australian airport sector as expectations for continued resilience and growth in the domestic economy, and in Asia, preserve steady passenger growth.

Book Tokens Being Used To Tough-Out The Recession

Book Tokens Being Used To Tough-Out The Recession

Tough times are believed to be behind recent multi-thousand dollar orders for Booksellers NZ tokens from organisations wanting to reward loyal staff and customers, according to Booksellers New Zealand.

Tower Says Sell State Assets To Kiwisavers

Default KiwiSaver provider TOWER Investments has welcomed the Government's suggested partial floatation of state assets, but wants initial sales to be to New Zealand investors only, including KiwiSavers.