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Paymark sale transaction closes

The sale of Paymark Limited by ANZ, ASB, BNZ and Westpac NZ to Ingenico Group (www.ingenico.com) has now been completed.

Update on St Clair homes in Dunedin

As a result of heavy rainfall in December 2018 a number of properties in St Clair Dunedin have been affected by a significant landslip.

Fuel delivery company refuses to agree to standard industry allowances

Following a five day strike in December, drivers at SouthFuels (also trading as Northfuels) are taking further partial strike action after failed negotiations.

The employment contract dispute:

Air New Zealand boosts flights for Boxing Day cricket test

Air New Zealand is putting on extra flights to accommodate Kiwi cricket fans who’re already making plans to head to this year’s Boxing Day test match at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

Signs point to a record summer on the Coromandel

Ice, bottled water, sun umbrellas and bananas have been some of the items in hottest demand across the Coromandel in what is shaping up to be a record summer season for the district.

Hawke's Bay Airport welcomes first visitors to new arrivals hall

Passengers arriving to the Hawke’s Bay Airport on Tuesday will be the first to collect their bags in the new arrivals hall, as the first milestone of the Airport Expansion is completed.

MBIE: 2017/18 Year at the Border report published

Immigration New Zealand’s work at the border is showcased in the latest annual Year at the Border report.

Cautious optimism - CMC Markets

The rally in risk continued overnight as shares and industrial commodities added to recent rises, although a strengthening US dollar took some gloss off the gains. Bond market pressure also continued.

Shopping malls and convention centres drive commercial building consents

Building consents for big commercial buildings, including shopping malls and convention centres, increased strongly in the year ended November 2018, Stats NZ said today.

REINZ: Landlords have less than 6 months to insulate properties

As people slowly make their way back to the office, the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ) is warning landlords that they now have less than six months to insulate their rental properties or they could face a fine of up to $4,000 from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment