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In-Vehicle Cameras - Transport Operators Get Biggest Benefits Says Lumley

In-Vehicle Cameras - Transport Operators Get Biggest Benefits Says Lumley

The widespread use of in-vehicle cameras could save the New Zealand trucking industry between $40 - 50 million annually in reduced accidents and lower insurance premiums alone.

Poor Productivity Stats Show Need For Productivity Commission

Poor Productivity Stats Show Need For Productivity Commission

The poor productivity statistics reported today underscore the need for a productivity commission and 'regulatory responsibility' legislation, says Business NZ.

Car Dealership Company Pleads Guilty To Breaching Fair Trading Act

Car Dealership Company Pleads Guilty To Breaching Fair Trading Act

An Auckland based car dealership has pleaded guilty to five charges of breaching the Fair Trading Act for a misleading promotion about a 0% interest finance offer. They have been fined $18,000 in the North Shore District Court today.

Harcourts Realtors Embarking On World Vision's Hike For Hope

Harcourts Realtors Embarking On World Vision's Hike For Hope

Two Christchurch-based Harcourts realtors are amongst a group of adventure-loving Kiwis embarking this week on the trip of a lifetime through India and Nepal as part of World Vision's Charity Challenge 'Hike for Hope'.

Fonterra Rescues Organic Milk Suppliers

Fonterra Rescues Organic Milk Suppliers

With Taranaki-based New Zealand Organic Dairy Farmers Co-operative (NZODFC) going into receivership, Federated Farmers is praising Fonterra Cooperative Group for extending NZODFC suppliers a lifeline.

Ray White's Sales Up 20 Per Cent

Ray White's Sales Up 20 Per Cent

Australasia's largest real estate and property group, Ray White, has reported a 20 per cent improvement in its residential and commercial sales results in Australia and New Zealand for February, 2010.

Record Industrial Action Worries Premature

Record Industrial Action Worries Premature

It's too early to say whether 2010 could set a record for industrial action in the health sector, Association of Salaried Medical Specialists executive director Ian Powell says.

Air New Zealand Increases Domestic Capacity

Air New Zealand Increases Domestic Capacity

Air New Zealand will be significantly increasing domestic seat capacity due to growing demand and the expected impact of the Rugby World Cup from January next year.

Approximately A$250 Million In Medium Term Notes Affected

Sydney, March 16, 2010 -- Moody's Investors Service has today assigned a senior secured rating of Baa1 to Transurban Finance Company Pty Ltd's (TFC) A$250 million in medium term notes (the "Notes"). The outlook on the rating is stable.

CeBIT Australia Appoints DB Schenker As Official Logistics Provider And Exclusive On-site Handling Agent

CeBIT Australia Appoints DB Schenker As Official Logistics Provider And Exclusive On-site Handling Agent

Sydney, 16 March 2010) Continuing their long-standing partnership, CeBIT Australia has again selected DB Schenker to provide integrated logistics support for Asia Pacific's largest business and ICT showcase for the 9th time.