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Meat & Wool New Zealand Names New CEO

Meat & Wool New Zealand Names New CEO

3 September 2008 - Meat & Wool New Zealand Chairman, Mike Petersen has announced the appointment of Dr Scott Champion as the organisation's new Chief Executive Officer.

Despite Gloomy Forecast MasterCard Survey Shows A Silver Lining For New Zealand Retailers

Despite Gloomy Forecast MasterCard Survey Shows A Silver Lining For New Zealand Retailers

3 SEPTEMBER 2008 - New Zealand expects 2.5% year-on year growth in retail spending -- For the second half of 2008

Google Chrome: A New Take On The Browser

3 SEPTEMBER 2008 - New Open Source Browser Combines Simple User-Interface with Sophisticated Technology.

Telecom Hub Open For Business

2 SEP 2008 - Telecom today announces the launch of its suite of online services for small businesses.

Cynical Politics Around Emissions Trading Scheme

2 SEP 2008 - Politics has triumphed over sensible policy development around emissions trading, says Business NZ.

Rural Equities Limited Reports Record Result

Rural Equities Limited Reports Record Result

2 September 2008 - The rural property investment and management company, Rural Equities Limited (REL), today announced a record after tax profit of $32.4 million for the year to 30 June 2008. This compares with $2.7 million for the previous year.

Telecom Hub Open For Business

2 SEPTEMBER 2008 - Telecom today announces the launch of its suite of online services for small businesses.

Changing Consumer Behaviour Reflects Growth In Rural Broadband Uptake

2 September 2008 - Changing consumer behaviour in the rural services market is a reflection of steadily increasing rural broadband uptake, according to Nick Carter, sales and marketing director for rural broadband company Farmside.

Mighty River Power's Kawerau Power Station Now Fully Operational

2 September 2008 - Mighty River Power's new Kawerau geothermal power station is now fully operational - ahead of time, under budget and capable of generating at a higher-than-expected capacity of 100 MW.

Taranaki Farmers Bullish About Dairy Prospects

Taranaki Farmers Bullish About Dairy Prospects

2 SEPTEMBER 2008 - Most dairy farmers in Taranaki are bullish about the continuing prospects for dairying in the area, raising expectations of record prices to come, says First National.