Plunge in Fuel prices in New Zealand

Plunge in Fuel prices

Recently, a drop was witnessed in the prices of the fuels since prices were cut by the oil companies by 3 cents per litre.

Mushroom farm future still uncertain

Mushroom farm future still uncertain

New Zealand Mushrooms had received interim orders from the Environment Court either to shut its composting plant or control the odour so that it does not spread beyond its jurisdiction.

Vodafone Australia and Hutchison Telecommunications likely to merge

Vodafone Australia and Hutchison Telecommunications likely to merge

Vodafone Australia and Hutchison Telecommunications have proposed to merge and would operate under the brand name of Vodafone, VHA.  After the merger VHA’s revenue shall go up to $ 4 billion and its customers to about 6 million.

Fletcher sells head office premises for $36 million

Jonathon Ling

Auckland head office premises of Fletcher Building have been sold to Bay of Plenty property development company Carrus Corporation for $36 million.

Flooding hits Manawatu

Flooding hits Manawatu

An advice to remain really careful has being handed over to Manawatu motorists, following the heavy rains which caused surface flooding in Palmerston North and Wanganui today.

Bushfire victims to be identified with the help of NZ experts

Bushfire victims to be identified with the help of NZ experts

Southern Australia recently went through a great deal of loss after the bushfires, and now New Zealand police forensic experts have come forward with their helping hand in identifying the victims.

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New Zealand Tour Operators are Ready for Tourists

Tour operators in New Zealand are ready to welcome tourists as the country has witnessed decline in coronavirus cases and the NZ government could soon announce alert Level 2.

Air New Zealand to resume Flights to Majority of Domestic Airports at Alerts Level 2

Air New Zealand will start flights to majority of domestic airports when New Zealand announces alert level 2 regarding coronavirus pandemic.

SkyCity Entertainment and NZ Government agree to declare COVID-19 a force majeure

SkyCity Entertainment Group has informed that the New Zealand government has declared COVID-19 a force majeure event and there will be changes in the proposed plan for one of the largest developmen

Elon Musk outlines plans to establish self-sustaining city on Mars

With the successful testing of SpaceX’s Raptor rocket engine, the vision of Elon Musk of 1,000 passenger ships ferrying en masse to the Red Planet within the upcoming 100 years will come to complet

Arctic sea ice shrinks to second-lowest extent this month since satellite observations started

The National Snow and Ice Data Center has announced that Arctic sea ice witnessed its second-lowest level this month since the time satellite observations have started.

Google’s Global Fishing Watch aims to combat overfishing and illegal fishing

Google will unveil its new satellite-based surveillance system that aims to change current situation on illegal fishing.

Tesla plans to build a Supercharger V3 charging station in Florida

US electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla Motors is apparently planning to deploy a Supercharger V3 charging station in Florida.