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Record first half for Skellerup

Another strong result from the Industrial Division underpinned the record result.

Suncorp New Zealand announces 2019 half year results

Suncorp Group Limited today announced net profit after tax (NPAT) of A $250 million for the six months to 31 December 2018.

The New Zealand business achieved NPAT of NZ $120 million, up 79.1% on the prior corresponding period.

Risk appetites edge higher - CMC Markets

Cautious optimism informed overnight trading as further indications of willingness on global trade buoyed sentiment. The US dollar rose, bonds fell and shares rallied for a second session.

January home sales slow in Hamilton - median up

The risk of money laundering and terrorism crime has prompted many changes around the world. But who would have thought that, in a roundabout way, it would affect house sales in Hamilton?

Broccoli and lettuce prices jump in January - Stats NZ

Broccoli prices more than doubled in January 2019, while lettuce prices rose almost 80 percent, Stats NZ said today.

The average price of a 350g head of broccoli was $2.76 in January, up from a near seven-year low of $1.25 in December.

Canterbury bakers ordered to pay $115,000 for worker exploitation

A Canterbury bakery, its director and his wife have been ordered to pay over $115,000 plus interest, including $75,000 in wage arrears, for seriously exploiting and underpaying two migrant employees, including one who wasn’t paid at all.

Bay of Plenty Young Grower of the Year: Give it a go! - Horticulture NZ

Alex Ashe, a technical advisor at Farmlands Te Puna, was named Bay of Plenty’s Young Fruit Grower for 2019 at an awards dinner in Tauranga last night.

Wellington rents $45 more per week than Auckland - Trade Me

Wellington city’s rental prices continued their incredible growth in January with the average rent hitting an all-time high of $595 per week, according to the latest Trade Me Rental Price Index.

Russell McVeagh partners win 2019 Client Choice Awards

Russell McVeagh partners Sarah Armstrong, David Hoare and Troy Pilkington have been honoured for their outstanding work and client service in the 2019 International Law Office Client Choice Awards, with each recognised as the exclusive Client Choice winner in New Zealand for their respective prac

Two-tiered real estate market continues - REINZ

January has pointed to a two-tiered real estate market continuing with 14 out of 16 regions experiencing annual increases in the median price for residential properties, including 5 new record median prices, while Auckland and Canterbury saw prices fall, according to the latest data from the Real