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Yield investors bank on banks but anxiety mounts over Telstra

By Ric Spooner (Chief Market Analyst, CMC Markets)

ANZ has rounded out a solid, no surprises, reporting season for the major banks with its quarterly report this morning.

Remarkables residences housing development announced

A $190m 225-home lifestyle development has been announced to local business leaders in Queenstown by Singaporean-based developers GYP Properties Pte Ltd.

Rabbit Calicivirus decision from EPA

The Environmental Protection Authority has decided that a product containing a new variant of Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease Virus, or rabbit calicivirus, does not require regulation under the Hazardous Substances and New Organisms Act.

International visitor spending steady over year to December 2016

International visitor spending grew 4 per cent to $10.1 billion in the year ended December 2016, according to the latest International Visitor Survey released today by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.

InterCity's airport buses now offer 'business class' experience

Travellers on InterCity’s direct bus service between Hamilton and Auckland Airport can now enjoy a taste of business class on the road.

Agrigate - the new word in farm performance management

Waikato dairy farmer Bill Aubrey believes Agrigate, the new online tool that is being launched today, will be revolutionary in helping farmers improve their farm performance.

Airways NZ chief executive Ed Sims leaving for international role

Ed Sims has accepted a position with an international organisation and will be leaving Airways on Friday 26 May 2017.

Car sales continue to rev up retail

Car sales continued to push the volume of total retail trade sales up, with sales rising 1.9 percent in the December 2016 quarter, Statistics NZ said today.

Motor-vehicles sales led most of the quarterly industry movements over 2016.

Stage set for largest ever NZ apple and pear crop

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New Zealand’s buoyant apple and pear industry is set to produce the country’s largest ever crop, on the back of a successful plan for billion dollar export growth.

Economics research proves a winner for Waikato graduate

Waikato University economics graduate Leo Krippner has been awarded this year’s Central Banking’s award for economics.

Central Banking Publications gives the award annually to a person who makes "the most significant contribution to economics within the field of central banking".

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