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Archive for October, 2017

Crucial Changes in Key Pool B Clash in Hamilton

Press Release – Rugby League World Cup

CRUCIAL CHANGES IN KEY POOL B CLASH IN HAMILTON

Toa Samoa have been forced to make a change to their team to take on Mate Ma’a Tonga in the crucial Pool B clash at Waikato Stadium in Hamilton on Saturday, with Newcastle Knights back Peter Mata’utia having returned to Australia today with a quad injury. Read more »

Motorists warned of congestion in Otahuhu

Press Release – New Zealand Police

“Motorists warned of congestion in Otahuhu”

Motorists in Auckland are being warned of congestion in Otahuhu in the area of Great South Road which is causing delays. Read more »

Labour’s housing “ban” half-cooked

Press Release – New Zealand National Party

Labour’s housing “ban” half-cooked

The Labour Government’s jury-rigged “ban” on selling houses to foreign buyers in a very strange announcement that raises many more questions than it answers, National Party Finance spokesperson Steven Joyce says. Read more »

First NZ Bike Expo is a Success!

Press Release – Cycling Action Network

First NZ Bike Expo is a Success!

The first-ever NZ Bike Expo, which was held in Christchurch on 28-29 October exceeded expectations from exhibitors and visitors alike. Read more »

Russell Peters Deported World Tour 2018

Press Release – Blackout Music Management

Deported World Tour 2018

AUCKLAND CIVIC THEATRE FRIDAY 16 FEBRUARY

Book at Ticketmaster: 0800 111 999 www.ticketmaster.co.nz Read more »

Cavalier expects earnings to improve following restructuring

Article – BusinessDesk

Cavalier expects earnings to improve following restructuring

By Tina Morrison

Oct. 31 (BusinessDesk) – Cavalier Corp, the struggling New Zealand carpet maker, expects earnings to improve this financial year and next as it reaps the benefits from restructuring its manufacturing operations, a lower wool price and reducing debt. Read more »

NZ angel funding drops 12% in first half

Article – BusinessDesk

NZ angel funding drops 12% in first half, follow-on investment still favoured

By Rebecca Howard

Oct. 31 (BusinessDesk) – New Zealand’s angel networks and funds scaled back their investments to $20.2 million in the first half of the year and follow-on funding continues to take the bulk of the investment. Read more »

Pleasuredome the Musical’s Debut Season Extended

Press Release – 818 Entertainment

Pleasuredome the Musical’s Debut Season Extended
to Christmas

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New dwelling consents fall in September

Article – BusinessDesk

New dwelling consents fall in September, may reflect election jitters

By Rebecca Howard

Oct. 31 (BusinessDesk) – Building consents for new dwellings fell in September from August, in what may be a sign the market is jittery about the new government, although they remained higher on an annual basis. Read more »

Crane activity slows in Christchurch

Article – BusinessDesk

Crane activity slows in Christchurch, hits record high in Wellington, RLB Index shows

By Tina Morrison

Oct. 31 (BusinessDesk) – Construction activity is slowing in Christchurch, Dunedin and Hamilton and picking up in Wellington, Auckland and Queenstown, based on the RLB Crane Index which measures the construction industry’s workload in key New Zealand cities by counting the number of cranes. Read more »

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