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New vehicle sales rise

New vehicle sales rise

The new car market rose significantly in August compared with the same month last year. NZTA registration figures show that 5,767 new passenger cars were registered in August 2011 which was up 22.2% (1,047 vehicles) on August 2010.

Crunch time for NZ wineries

"Do what you need to do to survive but be market savvy" is the key message to come out of the latest Markhams wine industry business confidence survey.

Hospitality announces awards finalists

Leading New Zealand's hospitality businesses recognised as finalists in industry awards

Quad bike safety check at 400 farms

Around 400 farms across New Zealand can expect visits from health and safety inspectors during spring, to check on how quad bikes are being used on their farm.

The Palms Shopping Centre due to reopen

Each day, more businesses reopen their doors in Christchurch offering an expanded range of retail and services to residents and visitors.

New vehicle sales up 16%

Motor Trade Association (MTA) said Augusts' new vehicle market continued to defy the sluggish results being experienced in other sectors, with overall sales up nearly 16 percent compared to the same period last year.

Tenders for Waitara-New Plymouth pipeline awarded

The tenders for constructing a sewer pipeline from Waitara to New Plymouth have been awarded - for little more than half the estimated price.

ANZ survey shows property investors remain cautious

ANZ survey shows property investors remain cautious Property investors continue to play it safe, focusing on consolidation rather than growth, according to the latest ANZ Property Investment Survey released today.

Call for RSVP and Nexus Awards entries

New Zealand's marketing industry has been called on today to enter the 2011 RSVP and Nexus Awards.

Inaugural clean energy expo dates announced

Taupo - The inaugural NZ Clean Energy Expo is slated for October 13-16 at the NZ Clean Energy Centre in Taupo. However an additional NZ Geothermal Association Seminar on October 12 is extending the event to span 5 days.