Archive for the 'PressRelease' Category

Man pulled from burning vehicle in Papakura

Press Release – BusinessDesk

“Man pulled from burning vehicle in Papakura”
Please attribute to Inspector Dave Glossop, Area Commander: Counties Manukau South Police: Read more »

Mayors say medical school a ‘no-brainer’

Press Release – Joint Press Release

Two Waikato mayors say a proposal for a Waikato Medical School will be a “game-changer” for smaller Waikato towns and the government must support it. Read more »

Serious crash on Papakura-Clevedon Road

Press Release – New Zealand Police

“Serious crash on Papakura-Clevedon Road”

Police are in attendance at a single vehicle crash on Papakura-Clevedon Road.

Emergency services were notified around 3:50pm this afternoon. Read more »

This Way North announce NZ tour – Unveil new EP

Press Release – This Way North

This Way North

Unveil new EP Vol. 2 out 2 March

Announce their return to New Zealand’s shores June 1st-16th Read more »

Police appeal for witnesses to Papakura incident

Press Release – New Zealand Police

“Police appeal for witnesses to Papakura incident”

Please attribute to Senior Sergeant Amber Stobie, Papakura Police.

Police are appealing to any members of the public who may have witnessed an alleged assault that occurred in Papakura on Wednesday 19th April. Read more »

Riotous Retelling of Classic Tale Flirts Its Way Across NZ!

Press Release – Elephant Publicity

Riotous Retelling of Classic Tale Flirts Its Way Across NZ!


A Slightly Isolated Dog and Tour-Makers present
JEKYLL AND HYDE Read more »

Disruption to some NZ Bus services

Press Release – Auckland Transport

Disruption to some NZ Bus services

Strike action scheduled for next week involving drivers for NZ Bus has been withdrawn by First Union and Tramways Union. Read more »

Drax Project add second Auckland show!

Press Release – NicNak Media

Drax Project add second Auckland show!

Tickets to Drax Project at the Powerstation in Auckland sold out in less than 10 minutes when they went on sale earlier this week. Now due to overwhelming demand, the phenomenal four-piece is adding a second show on Saturday, May 12. Read more »

Are women the masters of mobiles?

Press Release – Canstar

Are women the masters of mobiles?

Auckland, 20 April 2018. The old stereotype of women relying on their phones more than men may ring true if the latest Canstar Blue data is anything to go by. Read more »

Twyford misleads on rail again

Press Release – New Zealand National Party

20 April 2018

Twyford misleads on rail again

Transport Minister Phil Twyford has once again misled New Zealand over his plans to fund transport projects, National Party Transport Spokesperson, Jami-Lee-Ross says. Read more »

Queenstown Airport monthly passenger report

Press Release – Queenstown Airport

Queenstown Airport monthly passenger report and Winter Outlook 2018
The total number of passengers travelling through the terminal increased by 15% compared with last year to 198,983 passengers in March. Read more »

UPDATE: Fletcher shares gain after shortfall bookbuild

Article – BusinessDesk

UPDATE: Fletcher shares gain after shortfall bookbuild cleared at premium to offer price

(Recasts lede on shares, adds broker comment) Read more »

Investigative journalists find suspicious foreign trusts

Press Release – Transparency International NZ

Investigative journalists find suspicious foreign trusts in New Zealand

New Zealand remains vulnerable to the flow of illicit offshore assets. An Auckland company is caught up in an international money laundering controversy after it was identified helping to manage a network of New Zealand-registered companies and trusts for its secret clients. Read more »

Regional fuel tax coming to a town near you!

Press Release – New Zealand Taxpayers’ Union

Regional fuel tax coming to a town near you!

20 APRIL 2018
All New Zealanders should brace themselves for a regional fuel tax as Christchurch City Council seeks to expand the Government’s bill, says the New Zealand Taxpayers’ Union. Read more »

$19,000 for cultural advice is tokenism at its worst

Press Release – New Zealand Taxpayers’ Union

$19,000 for cultural advice is tokenism at its worst
20 APRIL 2018
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Local councils need to stop wasting money on expensive ‘cultural advice’, says the New Zealand Taxpayers’ Union. Read more »

Fletcher’s shares resume trading today

Article – BusinessDesk

Fletcher shortfall bookbuild cleared at premium to offer price; trading to resume today

By Paul McBeth

April 20 (BusinessDesk) – Fletcher Building completed the institutional component of its $750 million capital raise, with investors paying a premium to the discounted offer in a bookbuild to clear the leftover entitlements. Read more »

Ana Sever Appointed New Chief Business Officer of 2degrees

Press Release – 2 Degrees Mobile

Ana Sever Appointed New Chief Business Officer of 2degrees

2degrees has appointed Ana Sever to the new position of Chief Business Officer, signalling the company’s determination to growing its business and public sector segments in New Zealand. Read more »

Matchbox is Back And Its Bingeing on Culture!

Press Release – Elephant Publicity

Matchbox is Back And Its Bingeing on Culture!

Co-presented by Binge Culture & Q Theatre as part of MATCHBOX 2018
YORICK!
Created by Rachel Baker, Joel Baxendale, Oliver Devlin, Melanie Hamilton, Isobel MacKinnon, and Meg Rollandi Read more »

SeaLink – the vital link to the islands of the Hauraki Gulf

Press Release – SeaLink

SeaLink – the vital link to the islands of the Hauraki Gulf

SeaLink, the indispensable link from Auckland to Waiheke and Great Barrier Islands will operate all its services under the SeaLink name from Monday 23 April. Read more »

Meeting the health needs in rural communities

Press Release – Massey University

New Zealand has more people living with long-term health conditions, an increasing older population and health inequalities that continue to persist, particularly for Māori and poorer communities. But despite the declining rural medical workforce, New Zealand has been slow to develop nurse practitioner services. Read more »

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