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Corbel Construction begins 2017 with $35m of projects underway in Auckland

Corbel Construction (Corbel) has signed $35million of new projects in Auckland as the company extends its presence in the North Island.

Restrictions working so no more needed, says real estate boss

October’s much tougher loan-to-value ratios (LVRs) hitting the likes of property investors are having the desired impact this summer, making it increasingly unnecessary for the Reserve Bank to introduce the likes of loan-to-income restrictions as some speculated last year, says Geoff Barnett, N

Top five to-do's in 2017 for electricity and gas

A stable supply of electricity and gas is white noise most of the time, but if these utilities suddenly aren’t available or suddenly cost too much, here are some 2017 resolutions to help you prepare. I will read my bills AND the accompanying notices.

2016 'a stunning year for new vehicle sales'

David Crawford, Chief Executive Officer of the Motor Industry Association says "While many are writing off 2016 as a year to forget, for the new vehicle sector it was annus mirabilis, a wonderful year.

Joint effort needed to manage velvetleaf - Environment Southland

Southland landowners need to continue to be proactive in the fight against the pest weed velvetleaf, as the next phase of the response gets underway. Velvetleaf is an aggressive weed, which damages crops by competing with them for nutrients and water.

ASX: News is good, just not good enough to get the Dow past 20,000

By Ric Spooner, Chief Market Analyst, CMC Markets

Investors appear content to stay in stocks as they wait on the February reporting season. A solid lead from US markets has delivered a firm start to trading on the Australian exchange.

Queenstown property owners reminded to register visitor accommodation

Owners who have been advertising rooms or a whole house for short-term accommodation but paying residential rates on their property are about to get a letter from the Queenstown Lakes District Council reminding them to register the property as Visitor Accommodation.

Working hard to find Good Business Eggs for Easter 2017

BACS Good Business Eggs are beginning their quest to find the fifth annual winners for 2017. And over the summer period the long process of checking and verifying what business has invested in the community over the past year is being completed for the 5th annual awards in April.

Ambulance officers deserve better - CTU

The Council of Trade Unions is calling for St Johns to value its ambulance professionals and return to talks in good faith.

Currency correction underway but stocks hold the line

By Ric Spooner (Chief Market Analyst, CMC Markets)

At this stage, stock markets appear to be holding the line despite the correction of the post US election moves in the US dollar and bond markets that is now well and truly under way.

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