Newmarket Business Association is delighted on the Lion Nathan decision on buy back the site of its former Newmarket, Auckland.
Air New Zealand's has received its credit rating upgrade from Moody's Investors Service. It has reflected good performance and flexibility through the recession and majority of the airlines had government support and ownership.
The first New Zealand bank is the Bank of New Zealand which is to be converted into carbon neutral.
Before three years in March 2007, Bank of New Zealand proclaimed to become carbon neutral and it has kept this promise now finally it’s going to be carbon neutral by 30 September 2010.
Since 1 July 2010 it has been working on a carbon neutral basis.
It was said by Meat processing co-operative Silver Fern Farms that it will refund its $75 million of bonds in advance of agenda, with re-financing in the course of a new banking facility.
Formerly the Dunedin-headquartered firm has signified that it was functioning on "four options" just about the need to pay off $75m in bonds which matures on December 15.
The lakes district voters have been urged to sound out candidates for election on the contentious alliance between the Auckland International Airport and Queenstown Airport Corporation by the Queenstown Community Strategic Asset Group.
On the other hand the group is claiming that the council has effectively gagged candidates from speaking because of the pending court action.
Telecom is at the moment is not worrying about its shareholders today that it is well placed to co- subsist with the government's ultra fast broadband (UFB) arrangement, be supposed to close up not being a element of it.
According to the discussion made between Chairman Wayne Boyd and the shareholders at Telecom's yearly meeting in Christchurch that he feels that the company has kept ahead a convincing UFB offer.
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