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Cooks Global Foods’ bid for Mojo falls through

Article – BusinessDesk

Cooks Global Foods’ bid for Mojo falls through
By Rebecca Howard

Oct. 31 (BusinessDesk) – Cooks Global Foods’ bid to buy Mojo Coffee Cartel for $19 million fell through when conditions weren’t met. Read more »

THL confident in new strategy; investors nervous

Article – BusinessDesk

THL confident in new strategy; investors nervous

By Nikki Mandow

Oct. 31 (BusinessDesk) – Tourism Holdings is at pains to stress to it isn’t betting the family farm, despite selling most of its remaining traditional tourism assets and launching an ambitious investment programme in digital products for campervan owners and renters. Read more »

Parliament: Questions and Answers – October 31

Press Release – Hansard

ORAL QUESTIONS

QUESTIONS TO MINISTERS

Question No. 1—Prime Minister

1. Hon SIMON BRIDGES (Leader—National) to the Prime Minister: Does she stand by all her Government’s statements and actions? Read more »

Auckland Southern Motorway to be closed for removal of truck

Press Release – New Zealand Transport Agency

MEDIA RELEASE

31 October 2018 | AUCKLAND & NORTHLAND
Auckland’s Southern Motorway to be closed for removal of overheight truck Read more »

Vink Bosses Coronet Climb to Take Tour of Southland Lead

Press Release – Tour of Southland

Vink Bosses Coronet Climb to Take Tour of Southland Lead

For immediate release

31/10/18 – Michael Vink came into this year’s Tour of Southland under the radar, but that has all changed now. Read more »

Central City Backpackers Reopens

Press Release – YHA NZ

Media Release

31 October 2018

CENTRAL CITY BACKPACKERS REOPENS

By YHA New Zealand Read more »

Automation Associates bridge the gap between staff & office

Press Release – Automation Associates

Automation Associates bridge the gap between staff & office tech.


Automation Associates increases NZ business productivity ahead of the rest of the world leveraging the latest office automation technologies. Read more »

Privatisation of public land a broken promise by Government

Press Release – Auckland Action Against Poverty


Privatisation of public land a broken promise by Government

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Aotea Finance fined for lending on prohibited items

Article – BusinessDesk

Aotea Finance fined for lending on prohibited items including beds, fridges
By Paul McBeth

Oct. 31 (BusinessDesk) – A unit of payday lender Aotea Finance has been fined almost $49,000 and ordered to pay damages of $4,500 for using prohibited items such as beds and fridges as security for its loans. Read more »

Stay safe around fireworks

Press Release – Auckland Council

Stay safe around fireworks

Remember: Fireworks are banned in public places across Auckland.

If you’re celebrating Guy Fawkes this year, remember to find a public display or keep fireworks in your backyard – don’t let off fireworks in public places such as parks or beaches, where the activity is banned. Read more »

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