The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has charge an Auckland businessman of unfairly getting more than $1.4 million at the time when he was general manager of a self running security equipment supply business.
Martyn Tewsley Scott, 51, comes out in the Auckland District Court yesterday accusation with seven representative counts of accessing a computer system for a fraudulent reason.
Newmarket Business Association is delighted on the Lion Nathan decision on buy back the site of its former Newmarket, Auckland.
A corporation that misinforms customers concerning a product being supplied from native bees and prepared in New Zealand is been penalized by $16,000 in the Auckland District Court. NZ Korea Health was penalized after pleading responsible to nine violation of the Fair Trading Act.
The bondholders owed almost 23.56 million dollars in the investment company Albany City Property will not get back anything as the company went in to liquidation. The company had to develop a large chunk of Albany on the North Shore of Auckland.
An advertising agency of Auckland has been declared as the agency of the decade. Colenso BBDO has been announced as the agency of the decade beating all its rivals across the world for producing most talented young creative’s in the world.
Angry reaction by the local residents has deferred the plans to expand the size of St Lukes. The shopping centre was about to be made double the size of what it is now.
After independent assessments were done by the Auckland City Council, it was approved that St Lukes should be made the largest mall in the city of Westfield. But the councilors later deferred the plans.
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