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Water crisis 'could provide opportunity for Kiwi water tech Innovators'

Safe H2O, a revolutionary New Zealand water purification business, is using World Water Day on 22 March this week to drum up support for the development of New Zealand designed technology that could have the potential to aid millions of people around the world without ready access to clean drinki

Spark first in NZ to switch on a 5G mobile test site

Today Spark announced New Zealand’s first live 5G mobile test site in Wellington, with Minister of Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media Hon Clare Curran becoming the first member of the public to run a 5G speed test achieving speeds of over 9 Gigabits per second.

Security becomes part of the organisational DNA of NZ companies

IDC New Zealand has released its Security Heatmap which summarises and provides insights into the ICT security issues facing New Zealand organisations. It draws on security data from surveys conducted by IDC New Zealand in 2017.

Vector Lights energy system and public artwork officially unveiled

Energy and Resources Minister Megan Woods has officially opened the Vector Lights energy system, saying the solar powered light display points the way to a 100% renewable energy future.

Bartercard's parent company acquiring digital business

BPS Technology, the parent company of Bartercard, is undergoing a reorganisation, acquiring a digital agency in Australia and renaming itself IncentiaPay in order to focus on the fastest-growing arms of its business.

NZIER Consensus Forecasts expects stronger growth outlook

The latest NZIER Consensus Forecasts expects a stronger growth outlook for the next few years.

Primary sector exports forecast to rise to over $42 billion

New Zealand's primary industry exports are forecast to rise nearly 11 percent in the year ending June 2018 to $42.2 billion.

This would be the largest annual increase since 2014, according to the Ministry for Primary Industries’ latest quarterly update.

Looking forward to looking forward - CMC Markets

By Michael McCarthy, chief market strategist, CMC Markets and Stockbroking

Construction productivity compromised by delay and uncertainty

"Cancellation of major projects, delays in new projects coming to market and uncertainty about future transport funding are forcing the contracting sector to release skilled staff just at the point at which the Government wants to increase the speed and scale of construction," says Stephen Selwoo

Expressions of Interest open for Wanaka swim school

Queenstown Lakes District Council (QLDC) is now seeking Expressions of Interest (EOI) for the delivery of learn-to-swim services at the new Wanaka Pool to serve the Upper Clutha community and meet increased demand in line with the region’s rapid population growth.

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