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The Price Of Success In Copenhagen

The difference between success and failure in Copenhagen could be whether warm words are backed up by the funding to protect vulnerable people from climate change and help developing countries reduce their emissions.

Investment Opportunities Beckon At Global Forum In Auckland

Investment Opportunities Beckon At Global Forum In Auckland

New Zealand companies actively seeking investment will be able to meet global investors at a forum in March 2010 being organised by New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE).

NZ Journalists For Singapore, Hong Kong And Manila Internships

Three young New Zealand journalists have been awarded Asia New Zealand Foundation media scholarships to undertake temporary internships at three distinguished Asia-based media organisations next year.

The Hot Issues For 2010 - Are Candidates Back In The Driving Seat?

2009 was a tough year for many. But employers are now strengthening their operations in preparation for the economic recovery. So what can we expect from the recruiting market in 2010? Here recruiting experts Hays share their market insights:

Wholesale Trade Decline Continues

Wholesale Trade Decline Continues

Seasonally adjusted wholesale trade sales fell for a fifth consecutive quarter, down 0.8 percent ($154 million) in the September 2009 quarter, Statistics New Zealand said today.

Chinese Court Finds Zhentai Science & Technology Company Infringed Sensormatic Ultra.max Label Technology

Chinese Court Finds Zhentai Science & Technology Company Infringed Sensormatic Ultra.max Label Technology

ADT Security Services today announced a major victory in a patent lawsuit in China against ZhenTai Science & Technology Company. ZhenTai was found liable for infringing upon ADT's industry-leading Sensormatic anti-theft Ultra.Max label technology.

Airshed Will Offset The Emissions Associated With Pm John Key's Return Flights To Copenhagen

AIRSHED, the New Zealand-based sustainability company, backs Prime Minister John Key's decision to attend the crucial Copenhagen UN climate change negotiations.

Navman Wireless Expands Global Operations

Dual strategy: opens local offices and agreements with distributors

Navman Wireless is bucking the business contraction trend, expanding its operations into six new countries so far this year.

Ian Calvert Appointed CEO Of CTC Aviation Training, New Zealand

Ian Calvert Appointed CEO Of CTC Aviation Training, New Zealand

Global airline pilot training company, CTC Aviation Group plc, has announced Ian Calvert's appointment to Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the company's New Zealand operation based in Hamilton.

Consumers Opting For A Traditional Kiwi Christmas

Consumers Opting For A Traditional Kiwi Christmas

Kiwis are going back to basics this year with trampolines, tents, barbeques, and bikes among the most searched items on Trade Me as New Zealanders head into Christmas.