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Tourism collaboration preserves industry jobs

Skilled workers will remain employed within New Zealand’s tourism industry as the result of a collaboration between tourism marketing company Tomahawk and car rental company GO Rentals.

Pilot success sees Mayors Taskforce for Jobs programme launch nationwide - LGNZ

The huge success of a pilot programme featuring rural mayors connecting youth in their regions with local small businesses has led to it being scaled up around the country, across 23 more councils.

COVID-19 fails to knock Kiwi investor confidence, but more disclosure wanted - ANZ

Three months of COVID-19 lockdown and investment turmoil has done little to knock confidence in New Zealand capital markets and listed companies with overall investor sentiment very similar to 2019, an investor survey held in mid June shows.

Air New Zealand jets back to Invercargill

Air New Zealand’s direct A320 jet service between Auckland and Invercargill resumes today.

The airline’s first flight from Auckland to Invercargill lands at 12:40pm, with the return departing Invercargill at 1:25pm. The service will operate on Monday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday.

Gen Less campaign launched today alongside EECA analysis

If enough New Zealanders continued to work from home on a regular basis, the country could easily save the same amount of carbon emissions as taking 35,000 cars off the road, according to the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority.

ASB donates NZ Rugby sponsorship to help kickstart small business

ASB is donating its largest sponsorship asset, the All Blacks, Black Ferns and Maori All Blacks, to promote small and medium-sized New Zealand businesses in an effort to spotlight SMEs and stimulate New Zealand’s economy.

2020 NZ Dairy Industry Award winners announced

Hawke’s Bay/Wairarapa farmers Nick and Nicky Dawson were named the 2020 Fonterra Responsible Dairying Award winners during the New Zealand Dairy Industry Awards on Saturday night and received the John Wilson Memorial Trophy. 

New Zealanders to choose worthy TSB Good Stuff People’s Choice winner

TSB is calling on Kiwis to choose the idea most worthy of a TSB Good Stuff grant of up to $30,000 in its People’s Choice competition.

Supermarket investment opportunities in North Island growth areas - Bayleys

The New Zealand subsidiary of publicly-listed Australian company Woolworths Limited is selling two of its property assets, offering outstanding investment credentials given the locations and long-term leases.

We need a plan to open our borders - Auckland Business Chamber

While we’re growing in confidence that we are in the enviable position of basically eliminating Covid-19, our trading nation at the bottom of the world is also in the unenviable position of locking off our economy to the world.