Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu says it is well positioned, despite a
volatile operating climate, after announcing a net profit of
$13.3 million for its commercial operations for the year
The New Zealand sharemarket fared the best of global indices
yesterday as new home sales data in the United States
heightened worries about a worldwide economic recovery.
Reserve Bank governor Alan Bollard yesterday issued a warning
to financial markets, telling them not to be too hasty in
adjusting interest rates.
The Dunedin-based New Zealand Honey Company last night
savoured the sweet taste of success when it was named the
country's fastest-growing company in the Deloitte Fast 50
University of Canterbury
vice-chancellor Rod Carr is delighted with the positive
response by investors to the university's philanthropic bond
issue which has attracted $15 million in subscriptions.
Evidenceis mounting that the world economy is starting to
again find its feet.
When the eyes of the Otago Daily Times' illustrations
editor light up at the thought of a new cellphone, you know
you are on to something.
By the end of this week, Google is expected to have launched
music search pages and include ways for consumers to buy
songs for downloading.
It was almost a case of liking the firm so much he bought it,
for WHK Taylors taxation principal Scott Mason.
Communications and Information Technology Minister Steven
Joyce this week released the "Invitation to Participate" in
the partner selection process for the Government's $1.5
billion ultra-fast broadband investment plan.
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