Communications and Information Technology Minister Steven
Joyce has approved a variation to Telecom's operational
separation undertakings, but not as originally sought by the
Microsoft has come to the party late, but indications are the
technology giant is about to throw everything it has to try
to upstage Apple, Blackberry and Google in the touch-phone
Columba College's Re-think Green team will represent the
Otago region in the national final of the Young Enterprise
Scheme awards in Wellington on November 3.
Revenue Minister Peter Dunne is being urged to make a clear
ruling when he announces the new rules surrounding the use of
loss attributing qualifying companies, or LAQCs.
Consumers appeared to try to beat the rise in GST at the
start of this month by bringing forward household purchases
to September, the latest electronic card transactions show.
Gen-i client manager Matt Baker was a sceptic when the iPad
was first released, describing himself as "almost agnostic".
My son celebrated his birthday last Sunday, October 10, 2010.
Currency concerns continue to dominate global markets after a
"toothless" International Monetary Fund failed at the weekend
to get agreement on easing currency tensions.
The Government is considering making PAYE a final tax,
removing the need or ability of taxpayers to deal with the
Inland Revenue Department, Deloitte Dunedin tax partner Peter
For years, Dunedin has been grappling with ways to keep
its best and brightest residents in the city. As parents have
watched their children leave, many not to return, much
handwringing by civic and community leaders has taken
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