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New service from Shenzen a boost to NZ’s tourism industry

Auckland Airport today welcomed the first passengers to arrive on Hainan Airlines’ new direct service from Shenzen, in Southern China.

Five tips for avoiding New Year cash flow hangover

A lot of businesses find the Christmas period a most wonderful time of the year, but when it comes to cash flow in the New Year seasonal cheer can turn into a nasty hangover if they are not prepared.

New self-service mobile check-in kiosks at Auckland Airport

Auckland Airport has rolled out its first mobile self-service check-in kiosks, in preparation for expected record passenger numbers through the international terminal this summer.

Fourteen million tests and counting

In the time it takes you to read this, Fonterra will have carried out another 60 tests on its milk and products.

Christmas Eve sets new record for retail spending

The busiest 15 seconds in retail shopping in New Zealand came early this year with the peak arriving at 1145am rather than falling in the traditional 1230 to 1pm period.

Incumbent directors re-appointed to Silver Fern Farms board

As no nominations were received for the two vacancies created by director election rotation, incumbent directors Dan Jex-Blake and Richard Young have been re-appointed to the Silver Fern Farms Co-operative Board without the need for an election.

Support package for quake-affected businesses extended

The Government has extended the employee support subsidy for quake-affected businesses in Wellington and Hurunui District, Economic Development Minister Simon Bridges and Social Development Minister Anne Tolley have announced.

Filpino sentenced in worker exploitaion case

A Filipino national and her company have been sentenced on nine charges relating to the exploitation of five migrant workers at their Japanese sushi restaurants in Auckland.

DOC finalises shark cage diving permits

The Department of Conservation (DOC) has reissued temporary permits for shark cage diving operators off Rakiura/Stewart Island.

Ports of Auckland to look at 'plugging-in' cruise ships

Study into the feasibility of electrically powering cruise ships at berth.

Ports of Auckland has commissioned a feasibility study to look at alternative methods for powering cruise ships when in port.

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