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A New High For Villa Maria At The International Cool Climate Wine Show 2010

A New High For Villa Maria At The International Cool Climate Wine Show 2010

An exceptional collection of trophies and awards has been won by Villa Maria Estate at the Australian International Cool Climate Wine Show 2010.

Leading Australian Arbitration Body Signs Historic International Agreement

Australia's leading commercial arbitration body, the Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (ACICA) and the world's oldest intergovernmental institution for international dispute resolution, the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) have signed an agreement to promote the util

Central North Island Forest And Wood Industries Congratulate Their 2009-2010 Graduates

More than 133 guests are coming together to celebrate the achievements of 50 Central North Island modern apprentices and trainees in the local forest and wood industries on Thursday evening (27 May).

RaboPlus Exclusive: Tyndall Funds For Retail Market

RaboPlus Exclusive: Tyndall Funds For Retail Market

For the first time, retail investors have access to the highly regarded Tyndall Investment Management funds, which have traditionally only been available to wholesale investors.

How New Zealand Management Scores Internationally

How New Zealand Management Scores Internationally

A new report by led by the London School of Economics and McKinsey and Co which finds New Zealand Management in the manufacturing sector is middling to average by global standards, is a message with a silver lining, according to Catherine Beard, executive director Manufacturing, at Business New Z

Budget's KiwiSaver Moves Welcomed

Budget's KiwiSaver Moves Welcomed

Workplace Savings NZ - the voice of workplace savings - says KiwiSavers will be relieved the tax changes approved following last week's Budget do not single out KiwiSaver for any major changes.

Rise In GST Could See Airline Pilot Training Dollars Go Offshore

Rise In GST Could See Airline Pilot Training Dollars Go Offshore

Hamilton based airline pilot training organisation, CTC Aviation Training (NZ) Ltd, says the rise in GST will severely disadvantage the training provider as it competes for international pilot training contracts.

Pacific Blue Adds Flights To Rarotonga - Fares From $229

Pacific Blue Adds Flights To Rarotonga - Fares From $229

Pacific Blue announced today that it would begin a permanent fourth weekly flight between Auckland and Rarotonga starting in July, adding over 9,000 extra seats to the route each year.

Sydney - Moody's Assigns Provisional AAA Ratings To Apollo 2010-1 RMBS

Sydney - Moody's Assigns Provisional AAA Ratings To Apollo 2010-1 RMBS

A$465 million of debt securities rated Sydney, May 25, 2010 -- Moody's Investors Service has assigned the following provisional long-term rating to notes issued by the Apollo Series 2010-1 Trust

Issuer: Apollo Series 2010-1 Trust

....A$315M Class A1, Assigned (P)Aaa

The Average Property Investor Is Set To Lose $1000 A Year And It Won’t Stop There

The Average Property Investor Is Set To Lose $1000 A Year And It Won’t Stop There

It has been reported that due to depreciation been done away with on the improvement portion of investment property (takes effect on 1 April 2011 next year) some are set to lose as much as $1000 a year and some are saying it won’t stop there.