Auckland

Kordia Unveils Free Wi-Fi Connection

KordiaKordia is reported to have launched its free wi-fi service. The wi-fi service is claimed to be offered at selected cafes in some of most popular tourist areas in Auckland. The areas include – Newmarket, Ponsonby, Parnell and Viaduct.

Once the 15 minutes are done, customers are able to log back in for another 15-minute session.

At Auckland Airport travelers, flights up

Auckland AirportTraveler statistics elevated extensively in September through Auckland Airport, with stats from China approximately a quarter upfront of a year earlier in a rebound by a phase infected by the H1N1 pandemic.

On Tuesday Statistics from the airport placed the figure of global arrivals past month up 4% from September 2009 to 263,530, even as the global departures increased by 5.9 % to 270,482.

Yellow Group reacts on NZ Post

Yellow Pages GroupCountering the opposition by state owned New Zealand Post and Trade Me, Yellow Pages Group shall be spending $NZ8 million ($A6.09 million) per year to intensify its sales force and generate approximately 100 jobs.

Previously this month, the debt broke out firm was pulled down from sale by stating stakeholders prospect of value (are) improbably to be obtained in the market currently.

Tim Alpe the Entrepreneur of the Year

Tim Alpe the Entrepreneur of the YearTim Alpe of Auckland-based camper van machinist Jucy was present night named Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year for 2010. Alpe shall be representing New Zealand at the World Entrepreneur of the Year Awards in Monte Carlo in May later this year.

Pay rise plans dropped down by Auckland Airport

Pay rise plans dropped down by Auckland AirportAuckland Airport directors have relieved back on the additional money they are offering to provide themselves, after response from the shareholders.

They had already suggested the entire shareholders vote on a motion at the yearly conference at the coming Thursday that the entire quantum of annual directors fees shall be increased by 12.2 %or $140,000 to $1.29 million.

Unionists turn to Brown in hope

Unionists turn to Brown in hopeYesterday Union members crooked in expectation to Auckland mayor-elect Len Brown because they vowed to defeat the Government's new industrial laws at next year's election.

From all over Auckland more than 6000 workers bused into the Manukau's TelstraClear Pacific Events Centre.

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