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Insurers pay $226m to support recovery from extreme weather

Insurers have spent more than $226 million this year helping customers recover from extreme weather, according to data from the Insurance Council of NZ (ICNZ).

Air NZ: We have a deal - union

After three days of mediation, the unions representing Air New Zealand Logistics and Engineering workers have reached agreement in principle with company representatives.

Strike notice lifted as Air NZ and aircraft maintenance workers reach agreement

Air New Zealand is pleased that an agreement has been reached with the unions representing its aircraft maintenance and logistics workers including the lifting of strike notices that threatened to disrupt travel for 120,000 customers over the three busiest travel days of the year.

AA Driven New Zealand Car of the Year heralds new age in driving

The inaugural AA Driven New Zealand Car of the Year Awards has tonight bestowed the country’s most prestigious award to the groundbreaking high-tech Mercedes-Benz A-Class.

Freedom Furniture committed to Newmarket with million dollar investment

Leading furniture and homewares retailer Freedom has undertaken a massive renovation and upgrade of its 23-year-old anchor store in Auckland’s home styling precinct on Broadway, Newmarket.

Annual result underscores Yellow’s transformation into leading digital agency

An encouraging financial result for Yellow shows its transformation to a digital marketing agency is continuing to reap benefits.

Research reveals true contribution of NZ financial services industry

New research released by the Financial Services Council has revealed the true contribution of the broader financial services sector to New Zealand’s economic wellbeing.

Farmers say thanks for the early Christmas present, Minister - Feds

Federated Farmers thanks the Justice Minister Andrew Little over his quick moves to protect farmers from livestock rustlers.

The introduction of a supplementary order paper (SOP) on the Crimes Amendment Bill is a win for all farmers, says rural security spokesperson Miles Anderson.

New plan for Tokoroa CBD upgrade

Council recently resolved to not build the new i-SITE building as part of the Tokoroa CBD Upgrade, due the cost being $850,000 over the agreed budget.

Feds back recommendations for Overseer improvements

Federated Farmers backs the call from the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment for more work to be done to improve the accuracy and transparency of Overseer.