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Avis expands green fleet

Two additional hybrid models have just bolstered the New Zealand fleet of Avis Car Rental making theirs the largest fleet of hybrid rental vehicles available in New Zealand.

Emirates to again offer flights to two points in Istanbul

New Zealand travellers’ connections to Istanbul will improve from June 8 when Emirates resumes flights between Dubai and Istanbul’s Sabiha Gokcen Airport.

The resumption of services on the route will allow customers two airport options when travelling Emirates to Istanbul.

NZIER's QSBO shows businesses more pessimistic after the election

The latest NZIER Quarterly Survey of Business Opinion shows a sharp drop in business confidence following the General Election, with a net 11 percent of businesses expecting economic conditions to deteriorate over the first half of 2018.

CSST appoints NASA scientist as Director of Research

The Centre for Space Science Technology (CSST) is delighted to announce that Delwyn Moller, PhD has been appointed as Director of Research.

WeatherWatch.co.nz expands into NZX's Farmers Weekly

If you needed more rural content - you've got it! Starting today WeatherWatch.co.nz has partnered up with NZX Agri's "Farmers Weekly" - New Zealand's favourite rural publication.

Work life balance a challenge for New Zealand businesses

Kiwi workers who have enjoyed the traditional New Zealand summer break at the start of the year should be heading back to their jobs this month feeling rested, refreshed and ready to face the next 12 months. But their challenge, research shows, will be hanging on to that feeling.

CropLogic appoints COO

CropLogic Limited (ASX: CLI) (CropLogic) is pleased to announce that development of a mobile phone application (App) is nearing completion and will be released in time for the upcoming US crop-growing season.

Investors eye inflation - CMC Markets

By Michael McCarthy, chief market strategist, CMC Markets

Butter prices drop almost five percent in December

Butter, chocolate bars, and wholemeal bread prices all fell in December, Stats NZ said today. Tomatoes and nectarines were also cheaper, but avocado prices remain almost twice as expensive as they were a year ago.

2018 set to be a year of growth for Taratahi

Taratahi’s efforts to attract new students has paid off with solid enrolments for 2018.

Taratahi upped its marketing and as a result, the definite enrolments for 2018 are looking great, says chief Executive Arthur Graves.

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