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New president appointed for Rental Vehicle Association NZ

The Rental Vehicle Association (RVA) has appointed James Dalglish Managing Director of GO Rentals to the position of Industry President in the special meeting held last week.

'Government must explain lack of Highway 58 fixes'

The Government must explain delays to vital fixes on the Wellington region’s most dangerous road, says Wellington Chamber of Commerce.

LVR review well overdue for Auckland first-home buyers - Mitchell

"For the sake of tens of thousands of potential first-home buyers in Auckland, it’s time for the Reserve Bank to formally review its six-year-old policy on loan-to-value ratios (LVRs)," says Ryan Mitchell, National Manager of Century 21 New Zealand.

Manheim Australia's used vehicle value index exposes clear trends

Analysts at Manheim Australia - a leading automotive auction house operating in Australia and New Zealand - have developed an index of used vehicle prices which is exposing clear trends in prices for used cars.

ASB announces strategic review of Aegis

ASB has made a decision to undertake a strategic review of its investment and custody businesses Aegis Limited and Investment Custodial Services Limited (together "Aegis").

OIO assessing Plaman mine application - Land Information NZ

The Overseas Investment Office has received an application for the purchase of about 432 hectares of farmland in Otago.

Airfield expansion kicks off next phase Auckland Airport's major infrastructure build

Auckland Airport’s airfield expansion project marks the next critical phase of its multi-billion dollar infrastructure development programme designed to revitalise the airport over the next decade.

Firm China rattles markets - CMC Markets

A strong Chinese response to last week’s US moves weighed on tech stocks in overnight trading. Bonds yield edged higher and the US dollar held recent gains as investors headed for safety.

ITF condemns suspension of union members in Auckland 20 May 2019

The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) strongly condemns the 30-day suspension without pay of union members by the Spanish employer Construcciones y Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles (CAF) in Auckland, New Zealand.

Good Gypsy Day planning key to preventing pest plant spread

Farmers are being urged to do their bit to protect farms from damaging pest plants by ensuring machinery, vehicles and equipment have been cleaned ahead of Gypsy Day.