Expanding its loan book and working with tradespeople and the
Filipino community in Christchurch paid off for NZCU South in
the year ended June 30, chief executive Tania Dickie said
Intense competition has not stalled the rise in bank profits,
KPMG head of financial services John Kensington says.
Dunedin-based credit union NZCU South staff member Antoinette
Smith has won one of four outstanding customer service
representative awards at the national CRM Contact Centre
Federated Farmers says the Government has a mandate for
reforms to the Resource Management Act which could see New
Zealand become a ''primary superpower''.
International visitor numbers at Queenstown Airport continued
to rise in August and the year-to-date figure was nearly 30%
ahead of the same period last year.
Proposed changes to employment law has Engineering, Printing
and Manufacturing Union head Bill Newson geared up for some
good old-fashioned union bashing.
New Zealand's electricity sector breathed a sigh of relief
yesterday, with shares in energy companies soaring after
National's emphatic election win, Forsyth Barr broker Andrew
Energy company shares opened strongly this morning following
National's resounding win in Saturday's election.
Prime Minister John Key will be in a hurry to deliver on some
immediate policy gains after he led National to a landslide
win in the election on Saturday.
Labour Party deputy leader David Parker is poised to play a
pivotal role in the rebirth of a new Labour movement, based
on what the party emerged from 98 years ago.
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