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Kiwis Are Saving More But Still Unprepared For Retirement

Kiwis Are Saving More But Still Unprepared For Retirement

Mercer KiwiSaver Sentiment study reveals shift in sentiment towards KiwiSaver two years since introduction

Exporters Struggling To Get Container Space

Exporters Struggling To Get Container Space

Exporters are struggling to get their goods away due to a reduction in global shipping capacity and a seasonal bulge in production according to Export NZ, a division of Business NZ.

2010 Is The Year Of The Customer For Kiwi Businesses

2010 Is The Year Of The Customer For Kiwi Businesses

New Zealand businesses are cautiously optimistic about the future and are actively looking at different ways to ensure sustainable business growth, according to the second edition of the quarterly PricewaterhouseCoopers Clever Companies Insight.

Cupid Or Stupid? How To Overcome The Pitfalls & Perils Of Looking For Love Online

Cupid Or Stupid? How To Overcome The Pitfalls & Perils Of Looking For Love Online

Over half a million Kiwisand as many as 50,000 at any given timeare online searching for love. Could be they are looking, and ending up, in all the wrong places? One New Zealand web master thinks so.

SOBA Celebrates Brewjolais

SOBA Celebrates Brewjolais

Pat on the back for Lion Nathan as SOBA welcomes innovative beer

SOBA, New Zealand's consumer beer advocacy group, is excited about the April 1st release of Mac's Brewjolais seasonal beer, and is looking to celebrate the event in style and en masse.

Turbulent Economic Environment Forces Tax Departments To Raise Their Game: KPMG Survey

Turbulent Economic Environment Forces Tax Departments To Raise Their Game: KPMG Survey

Companies that get their basics right are better able to balance tax risks and opportunities, giving them a significant business advantage in a difficult New Zealand economy, according to a KPMG International report.

Traditional Maori Welcome Awaits Hotel's First Guest

Traditional Maori Welcome Awaits Hotel's First Guest

The first guest at The Marque Hotel Christchurch will be treated to a traditional Maori welcome when they check-in on Thursday afternoon.

Interest Building In Karaka House Being Auctioned By Harcourts For Hospice South Auckland

Interest Building In Karaka House Being Auctioned By Harcourts For Hospice South Auckland

Weeks out from a special charity auction interest is already building in a brand new executive home in Karaka Harbourside Estate being sold to support Hospice South Auckland, according to Harcourts Papakura Residential Sales Manager Noeline Westley.

Federated Farmers: Don't Blame Farmers For Agresearch Cuts

Federated Farmers: Don't Blame Farmers For Agresearch Cuts

Blaming sheep farmers for the loss of 43 jobs at AgResearch is akin to blaming investors for the failure of a finance company. Instead, the focus needs to turn to the private sector to unlock new wool fibre uses.

New Zealanders Invited To Invest In Home-Grown Supercar

New Zealanders Invited To Invest In Home-Grown Supercar

Hulme Supercars Limited, the Auckland-based designers of the Hulme CanAm supercar, has opened its doors to New Zealanders to be a part of one of the country's most visionary, exciting and unique projects, and a rare chance to share in automobile history.