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Dunne: Tax Cuts And Affordability

Monday, 28 July, 2008 - 13:26

UnitedFuture leader Peter Dunne says the confirmation by National that it will retain the Working for Families programme and offer tax cuts as well, should it become Government, is excellent news for working Kiwis.

Goodman Property Trust Delivers Strong Performance At AGM

Friday, 25 July, 2008 - 14:29

Forecast cash distribution of 10.25 cents (after tax) per unit Another pre-commitment announced Company in excellent shape to weather the economic downturn New CFO announced

Tourism Investment Will Suffer Under Rotorua Rating Review Proposals

Friday, 25 July, 2008 - 13:04

25 JULY 2008 - Large and abrupt rates increases under the proposed Rotorua Rating Review will be a major disincentive for tourism businesses to invest in Rotorua, says Tourism Industry Association (TIA) Chief Executive Tim Cossar.

Greens: Taxation Bill Will Strip New Zealand's Manufacturing Base

Thursday, 24 July, 2008 - 10:42

24 July 2008 - Giving tax breaks to New Zealand businesses that move their operations offshore is insanity, Green Party Regional Development Spokesperson Sue Bradford says.

Helping Farmers Manage Their Most Valuable Resource

Wednesday, 23 July, 2008 - 10:34

23 July 2008 - A Land Management Index (LMI) computer tool to help farmers predict the consequences of management decisions on soil quality and future productivity is about to be rolled out around the country.

Hamilton Aviation Designer Seeks To Launch NZ Plane On To Domestic And World Market

Wednesday, 23 July, 2008 - 10:32

23 July 2008 - A Hamilton aviation designer is seeking equity partners to launch his new Omega light aircraft on to the domestic market.

Jazz Apple Cycling Team Crunches Competition In Last Canadian Race

Wednesday, 23 July, 2008 - 09:04

23 JULY 2008 - New Zealand's ENZA sponsored Jazz Apple Cycling Team has chalked up yet another win with team member Lauren Ellis taking out the women's field in Canada's Tour de White Rock road race.

Employers Campaign Against Kiwisaver Rights Miserable

Wednesday, 23 July, 2008 - 09:01

23 July 2008 - The CTU has slammed the Northern Employers and Manufacturers Association's campaign to stop an amendment to the law that will ensure workers get their fair share of KiwiSaver entitlements.

EMA Campaigns To Keep Kiwisaver Ripoffs - EPMU

Tuesday, 22 July, 2008 - 18:51

The Employers and Manufacturers Association's campaign against law changes that would stop employers ripping off Kiwisaver payments is a sick joke, says the Engineering, Printing and Manufacturing Union.

Smith: Going, Going, Gone

Tuesday, 22 July, 2008 - 14:24

22 July 2008 - More than 80,000 people voted with their feet in the past 12 months, says National's Immigration spokesman, Lockwood Smith.

Dr Smith is commenting on the latest migration figures which continue to paint a very grim picture for the New Zealand economy.