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Demand Still High For Skilled It Professionals: Kelly Survey

Industries still reporting IT skills shortage Communication most in-demand 'soft' skill - also in greatest shortage Linked-In beats out Facebook for social network recruitment

Auckland Airport: Successful Completion Of Retail Bookbuild

Auckland Airport: Successful Completion Of Retail Bookbuild

Auckland International Airport ("Auckland Airport") advises that it has successfully completed the retail bookbuild component of its 1 for 16 fully underwritten entitlement offer ("Retail Bookbuild").

Ignite And Be Enlightened

Here's a fast way to find out new stuff, share ideas and be enlightened! Cityhop car share co-founder Victoria Carter is looking for people interested in setting up an Ignite for Auckland in 2011. This global phenomena that began in Seattle in 2006 is now in its 4th  year.

Fitch Upgrades Rio Tinto To 'A-'; Outlook Stable Ratings

Fitch Upgrades Rio Tinto To 'A-'; Outlook Stable Ratings

Fitch Ratings-London-19 February 2010: Fitch Ratings has today upgraded UK-based Rio Tinto Plc's and Australia-based Rio Tinto Ltd's (collectively, the Rio Tinto Group (RT)) Long-term Issuer Default Ratings (IDR) and senior unsecured ratings to 'A-' from 'BBB+', respectively.

EPMU To Launch Walkley Media Magazine

EPMU To Launch Walkley Media Magazine

The Engineering, Printing and Manufacturing Union hopes to broaden the debate about the role of journalism in New Zealand with the launch of Australia's leading media magazine, The Walkley, in Wellington this evening and in Auckland tomorrow evening.

TUANZ: Recommendation On Mobile Termination "Disppointing"

TUANZ: Recommendation On Mobile Termination "Disppointing"

"We are surprised and disappointed at the recommendation by the Commerce Commission that mobile phone termination rates should not be regulated." That's the reaction of TUANZ, the Telecommunications Users Association which represents some 450 members, mostly large business users.

Tourist Spend 4% Up In 2009

Tourist Spend 4% Up In 2009

International tourism spending increased by 4% reaching $6.2 billion in the 2009 calendar year, according to data released today by the Ministry of Tourism.

Fairfax Benefiting From Modest Recovery In Advertising Markets

Fairfax Benefiting From Modest Recovery In Advertising Markets

Fairfax Media Limited today announced its results for the six months ended 27 December 2009. Key highlights of the results are:

Telecom Comment On MTAS Recommendation

Telecom Comment On MTAS Recommendation

Telecom said it was pleased with today's announcement by the Commerce Commission that it is recommending the Minister accepts Telecom's and Vodafone's final MTAS Undertakings as an alternative to regulation.

Dyson's Annual Search For Top Kiwi Inventor Begins

Emerging New Zealand designers with exciting new product ideas have until 1 July 2010 to submit their designs for the annual James Dyson Award.