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Travel Back On Business Agenda

The serviced apartment sector is proving one of the early beneficiaries of increased corporate confidence as 2010 sees a resurgence in business travel.

3 Years To Ultra-Fast Broadband

3 Years To Ultra-Fast Broadband

Much of Franklin could have ultra-fast fibre broadband at speeds of up to 1Tbit/s within three years - if Counties Power has its way.

New Level Introduced Into Queenstown's Sustainable Business Programme

Queenstown businesses working toward a more sustainable future are set to benefit from a new programme launched by Otago Polytechnic's Centre for Sustainable Practice.

CMP Canterbury Join Customs' Secure Exports Scheme

Today CMP Canterbury, one of New Zealand's biggest meat exporters, partnered with the New Zealand Customs Service in Customs' Secure Exports Scheme (SES), ensuring CMP experience speedier clearance times and greater trade facilitation.

Mighty River Power Ltd.'s NZ$100 Million Bonds Rated 'BBB+'

Mighty River Power Ltd.'s NZ$100 Million Bonds Rated 'BBB+'

Standard & Poor's Ratings Services said today that it had assigned its 'BBB+' long-term rating to Mighty River Power Ltd.'s (BBB+/Stable/--) NZ$100 million bonds currently under offer to investors.

Gas Competition Case To Be Heard In High Court

Gas Competition Case To Be Heard In High Court

The Pohokura gas competition case between Todd Energy (Plaintiff) and Shell Exploration NZ Ltd (First defendant) and OMV NZ Ltd (Second defendant) will be heard in court in Wellington on 15 February from 10am, and is expected to run for six to eight weeks.

After Five Years Of Hard Grind The Dust Palace Goes Legal!

After Five Years Of Hard Grind The Dust Palace Goes Legal!

Renowned for their striking aerial sequences THE DUST PALACE has recently evolved beyond an informal partnership to a limited liability company to cope with the increasing demand for their salacious and highly stylized theatrical productions.

Three In Ten Kiwis To Turn To Credit To Pay Their Bills

Three In Ten Kiwis To Turn To Credit To Pay Their Bills

Twenty eight percent of households concerned about their Christmas spending Kiwis continue to face financial difficulties despite the economic recovery, with three in ten (29 percent) expecting they will need to use their credit card to pay for otherwise unaffordable expenses in the coming months

ASB Performance Remains Solid Despite Tough Six Months

ASB Performance Remains Solid Despite Tough Six Months

Statement made by Gary Judd QC, Chairman, ASB Bank Limited

ASB's underlying after tax earnings 16.4% down at $199m

One-off tax payment reduces overall net profit

Interest margin marginally down at 1.63%

Christchurch's Newest Hotel Opens Its Doors To Job Seekers

Christchurch's Newest Hotel Opens Its Doors To Job Seekers

Dozens of jobs will be up for grabs this weekend as the city's newest hotel, The Marque Hotel Christchurch, opens its doors to job seekers keen to get a foot on the career ladder.