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'Rubber hits the road' for Covid-friendly tyre replacement model

Lockdown has been an unsuspecting boost to business for the pioneers and industry leaders of online tyre and wheel replacement services in New Zealand - Hyper Drive.

Projected drop in Chinese import demand sees Rabobank lower farmgate milk price forecast

With global milk powder prices drifting lower during recent months and a slowdown in Chinese import demand expected to emerge over the remainder of 2021 and into 2022, Rabobank has reduced its New Zealand farmgate milk price forecast by 20 cents to $7.80 kg/MS for the 21/22 season.

Authority publishes initial review into 9 August electricity cuts

The Electricity Authority (Authority) has completed phase one of its review of the 9 August 2021 electricity cuts under section 16(1)(g) of the Electricity Industry Act 2010.

Property prices increase by double New Zealand's average salary - Trade Me

The average asking price for a house in New Zealand reached an all-time high of $846,900 last month, growing by 21 per cent on the previous year, according to the latest Trade Me Property Price Index.

Lockdown special: 20% off workers wages at Farmers only - First Union

Farmers Department Store are the only major retailer in Aotearoa that FIRST Union are aware of who are choosing to pay workers only eighty percent of their ordinary wages during the recent Covid-19 lockdowns despite receiving the Government’s wage subsidy scheme, and union members are expressin

'Balanced approach to decommissioning needed'

BusinessNZ and the BusinessNZ Energy Council (BEC) have registered their opposition to proposed rules for decommissioning oil and gas infrastructure.

New Bill seeks to disarm bright-line traps - CAANZ

Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand is welcoming the intent of a Bill responding to the peak membership body’s warning of bright-line traps for nomadic homeowners, but says that some pitfalls still remain.

Helping Kiwis in need during lockdown - NZ Premium Foods

It would have been easy to give in to despair when New Zealand’s snap lockdown immediately stopped the company from making any sales at all. Instead, NZ Premium Foods rallied to help Kiwis in need.

Co-operative businesses thriving but opportunities still await

Co-operative businesses in New Zealand are thriving and coping well with the impact of Covid, says Cooperative Business NZ CEO Roz Henry.

Kiwis continue to turn to NZ Herald as readership growth hits new records - NZME

New Zealanders are seeking the New Zealand Herald’s journalism in growing numbers, with the latest COVID-19 crisis expected to boost readership numbers even more.