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Housing Policy Treats Symptoms Not Cause

15 September 2008 - National has released their housing policy, which tinkers around the edges of housing availability, but does not address the reasons for our inflated house prices.

ASB A Market Leader With Kiwisaver Members

ASB A Market Leader With Kiwisaver Members

15 September 2008 - More than 150,000 people, around 20% of the KiwiSaver customer base, are saving for their retirement through either the ASB KiwiSaver or the FirstChoice KiwiSaver scheme.

Annual Result - Investment In Port Operations Paying Off

Annual Result - Investment In Port Operations Paying Off

12 September 2008 - CentrePort Limited has reported a strong normalised profit from trading of $11.4 million for the year to 30 June.

This was an improvement of $1.1 million on last year's performance.

Combined Expertise Leads To World Class Carbon Management Solutions

Combined Expertise Leads To World Class Carbon Management Solutions

12 September 2008 - Scientific research facility Cawthron Institute and carbon offset provider, Offset the Rest, are working together to offer world class carbon management solutions for business, including carbon neutral certification for specific products or entire business operations.

Wool Exporter Announces Profit

12 SEPTEMBER 2008 - New Zealand largest exporter of coarse crossbred wool has announced its profit.

Successful Local and Hot Offshore Retailers Choose Botany Town Centre

Successful Local and Hot Offshore Retailers Choose Botany Town Centre
One of New Zealand’s largest shopping centres is proving its fashion-forward credentials by opening its doors to the active-wear brand Lorna Jane, the on-trend styles of Witchery and the homegrown maternity brand EGG.

Politicians Must Heed Calls For Improved Monetary Policy

Politicians Must Heed Calls For Improved Monetary Policy

12 September 2008 - "Every political party needs to clearly state where it stands on the mounting calls for improvements to the methodology used for the operation of Reserve Bank monetary policy, so voters can make an informed choice at the forthcoming general election", says industrialist and ve

Further Big Cuts To OCR Unlikely

12 September 2008 - It will be unlikely that the Reserve Bank will deliver further big cuts to the Official Cash Rate (OCR), particularly if the economy achieves a 'soft landing', investment analysts at consulting, outsourcing and investment firm Mercer said today.

Motivation Expert Visiting New Zealand To Inspire Business Leaders

Motivation Expert Visiting New Zealand To Inspire Business Leaders

Success breeds success. It's only natural; if you hang around with successful people a little piece of their magic rubs off. Sound familiar? So, does this approach really work? What is 'success' anyway - and how can you achieve more for your business?

Kyoto Forest Owners Welcome Passing Of Emissions Trading Scheme

Kyoto Forest Owners Welcome Passing Of Emissions Trading Scheme

11 September 2008 - The Kyoto Forestry Association (KFA) welcomes the passing of the Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) legislation and will continue to work with officials and all political parties to ensure any future amendments to the scheme do not undermine the value of the carbon credits it deli