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Accounting Rules Are Absurd Says Chatham

The directors of Chatham Rock Phosphate have slammed the international accounting rules that mean 10 percent of its mining project is worth four times more than the other 90 percent.

Kingfish Well Placed To Benefit From NZ Economic Recovery After Strong 2011 Result

Kingfish Well Placed To Benefit From NZ Economic Recovery After Strong 2011 Result

Specialist New Zealand companies investor Kingfish Limited (NZX: KFL) today announced a profit after tax for the 12 months to March 31, 2011 of $9.74 million.

Future Canterbury Network Welcomes Support Package For Christchurch Reconstruction

"The Government's support package announced as part of the Budget yesterday will be most welcome for the people of the Canterbury Region," the Chairman of the Future Canterbury Network (FCN), Hon Philip Burdon said today.

2011 Budget Is Solid But Unimaginative

"There isn't much to argue with in the 2011 Budget's focus," says Steve Thomas, a researcher at Maxim Institute. "It makes sensible steps to help increase New Zealand's savings and investment, and to start reining in government spending and our growing debt.

Mark Joiner Appointed Chairman Of Jbwere

JBWere, a leading provider of private wealth management and investment services in Australia and New Zealand, has announced that Mark Joiner will be appointed as chairman of its Board of Directors, following the announcement that Michael Ullmer is stepping down.

Receivers Sell Jean Jones Clothing Stores

The receivers for the Jean Jones clothing stores confirmed today that they have sold the business, with the new owners to take over on 1 June 2011.

Entries Open For New Zealand International Business Awards

New Zealand companies succeeding internationally are invited to enter the 2012 New Zealand International Business Awards.

Entry forms are available from the New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE) website ( and need to be submitted by 5pm, 17 June 2011.

ASB Chairman Gary Judd QC To Retire

ASB Chairman Gary Judd QC To Retire

Independent Director Gavin Walker to Become Chairman

The long-serving Chairman of ASB Bank, Gary Judd QC, has announced his intention to retire following the August 2 board meeting.

Pwc Is Continuing To Make Contributions To The New Zealand Regulatory Environment

Partners Michele Embling and Karen Shires have been appointed members of the New Zealand Accounting Standards Board (NZASB) and the New Zealand Auditing and Assurance Standards Board (NZAuASB) from 1 July 2011.

Switch In Promtoional Focus For New Zealand Lamb In The UK

Switch In Promtoional Focus For New Zealand Lamb In The UK

Beef + Lamb New Zealand has switched its promotional focus in the United Kingdom from mass media marketing of New Zealand lamb, to a more targeted programme that aligns with the individual commercial needs of exporting companies.