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Tower settles with reinsurer Peak Re over policy dispute

Article – BusinessDesk

Tower settles with reinsurer Peak Re over policy dispute

By Paul McBeth

Feb. 28 (BusinessDesk) – Tower has reached a settlement with reinsurer Peak Re over a dispute relating to its 2015 adverse conditions cover, and will get about half what it’s claimed. Read more »

Mad Butcher sale fair to Veritas shareholders

Article – BusinessDesk

Mad Butcher sale fair to Veritas shareholders, avoids ‘more dire’ consquences, adviser says

By Paul McBeth

Feb. 28 (BusinessDesk) – Veritas Investment’s proposed sale of the Mad Butcher franchisor to chief executive Michael Morton for $8 million is fair to non-associated shareholders, avoiding “more dire” consequences if it doesn’t go ahead, says the independent adviser on the transaction. Read more »

Thirteen top Pacific Students win STEM Scholarships

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Thirteen top Pacific Students win STEM Scholarships

The Minister for Pacific Peoples, Hon Aupito William Sio has awarded thirteen top Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) scholarships to students of Pacific descent from all across New Zealand. Read more »

ATEED don’t need a $3.2 million office fit-out

Press Release – Auckland Ratepayers’ Alliance

ATEED don’t need a $3.2 million office fit-out

28 February 2018
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The Auckland Ratepayers Alliance says that ATEED’s planned $3.2 million fit-out of their new office offers terrible value for money and shows Mayor Phil Goff is failing to curb the Council’s wasteful spending habits. Read more »

2018 ASB Polyfest Officially Launched Last Night

Press Release – ASB Polyfest

2018 ASB Polyfest Officially Launched Last Night

The 2018 ASB Polyfest officially launched last night at ASB’s North Wharf. Read more »

Parliament: Questions and Answers – Feb 28

Press Release – Hansard

ORAL QUESTIONS

QUESTIONS TO MINISTERS

Question No. Read more »

ATEED don’t need a $3.2 million office fit-out

Press Release – Auckland Ratepayers’ Alliance

The Auckland Ratepayers Alliance says that ATEED’s planned $3.2 million fit-out of their new office offers terrible value for money and shows Mayor Phil Goff is failing to curb the Council’s wasteful spending habits. Read more »

Pedestrian-friendly main street for Manukau

Press Release – Panuku Development Auckland

The upgrade of Putney Way into a pedestrian-friendly main street for central Manukau starts next week. The upgrade will include a new single-level surface extending from the new bus station to the opposite pathway. Read more »

Thousands of dollars in prizes to be won this Easter

Press Release – Childfund NZ

Thousands of dollars in prizes to be won this Easter with Childfund New Zealand’s social media giveaway Read more »

Sky TV shares sink to two-month low

Article – BusinessDesk

Sky TV shares sink to two-month low as dividend cut disappoints investors

By Paul McBeth

Feb. 28 (BusinessDesk) – Sky Network Television shares fell to a two-month low after the pay-TV operator halved its interim dividend, retaining cash after cutting the price of its most basic product as it gears up for what may be an expensive battle to retain rugby broadcasting rights. Read more »

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