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Say No To Plastic Bags: Giant Bag Monsters To Descend On Shoppers

Monday, 30 June, 2008 - 10:54

LUSH Cosmetics Launches National Campaign to Ban Plastic Bags

New Zealand In Recession

Friday, 27 June, 2008 - 14:03

27 June 2008 - The March quarter GDP figures released today are disappointing given we have been enjoying some of the best terms of trade in decades, says the Employers & Manufacturers Association (Northern).

Container Deposit System May Make Us Feel Better But Will Hit Us In Our Pockets

Friday, 27 June, 2008 - 08:47

27 June 2008 - The Packaging Council has released a detailed review of the economic and environmental impacts of introducing a container deposit system in New Zealand conducted by independent economic consultancy Covec Ltd.

American Greetings Announces First Quarter Results

Thursday, 26 June, 2008 - 13:00

American Greetings Corporation (NYSE: AM) today announced its first quarter results for the fiscal quarter ended May 30, 2008.

Transmission Gully Makes No Sense, Say Greens

Tuesday, 24 June, 2008 - 13:12

With petrol costing over $US130 a barrel, it makes no sense to build a billion dollar motorway, especially one along an earthquake fault line, Green Party Wellington Transport Spokesperson Sue Kedgley says.

Transmission Gully Next Stage Gets Green Light, With Preferred Route To Save $275 Million

Tuesday, 24 June, 2008 - 09:14

24 JUNE 2008 - Transport Minister Annette King has announced the completion of preliminary investigations into a preferred route through Transmission Gully, with identified cost savings of about $275 million over previous estimates.

Most New Zealanders Don't Want Tax Cuts Paid For By Cuts In Public Service Spending

Tuesday, 24 June, 2008 - 07:58

24 June 2008 - One of the first issue-based polls since the Budget shows that 60% of New Zealanders don't want tax cuts bigger than those in the Budget if they have to be paid for by reduced public service spending or increased government borrowing.

NZ Biofuel Producers Disappointed Imports Set To Rule

Monday, 23 June, 2008 - 16:05

23 June 2008 - Sugar cane farmers in Brazil may celebrate the latest proposals to introduce biofuel to New Zealand's fuel stream, but manufacturers wanting to set up a domestic industry are disappointed.

Most New Zealanders Don't Want Tax Cuts Paid For By Cuts In Public Service Spending

Monday, 23 June, 2008 - 15:48

23 June 2008 - One of the first issue-based polls since the Budget shows that 60% of New Zealanders don't want tax cuts bigger than those in the Budget if they have to be paid for by reduced public service spending or increased government borrowing.

New Guides Offer Practical Ideas For Tourism Businesses

Monday, 23 June, 2008 - 14:45

23 JUNE 2008 - New guides to the New Zealand Tourism Strategy 2015 offer tourism operators practical ideas on how to enhance their businesses, as well New Zealand's wider tourism industry.