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Symantec Leads Unprecedented Industry Collaboration

Press Release – Symantec

Symantec Leads Unprecedented Industry Collaboration

to Drive Down Cost and Complexity of Cyber Security Read more »

Manukau’s Orchestra premieres Warwick Blair’s tamāhine

Press Release – Manukau Symphony Orchestra

Manukau’s Orchestra premieres Warwick Blair’s tamāhine

Influenced by the Maori concept of family, New Zealand composer Warwick Blair’s ‘tamāhine’ from “Whānau” for any number of performers and electronics will be premiered by the Manukau Symphony Orchestra at the Vodafone Events Centre on Saturday 9 March, 7.30pm. Read more »

Invivo’s Latest Celebrity Collaboration

Press Release – Invivo Wines New Zealand

Raise a Glass to Invivo’s Latest Celebrity Collaboration with Sarah Jessica Parker
Actress is set to visit NZ and says she’ll don a pair of gumboots for the winemaking process Read more »

UPDATE: Arrow goes into voluntary administration

Article – BusinessDesk

UPDATE: Arrow International goes into voluntary administration after $4.2M order

(Updates to show BDO partners have been appointed administrators in 2nd par and more details from 16th par) Read more »

Arrow International goes into voluntary administration

Article – BusinessDesk

Arrow International goes into voluntary administration after $4.2M order

By Jenny Ruth

Feb. 28 (BusinessDesk) – Arrow International has gone into voluntary administration after insisting for more than two weeks that it didn’t have cash flow difficulties. Read more »

BDO appointed joint administrators for Arrow International

Press Release – BDO New Zealand

BDO appointed joint administrators for Arrow International (NZ) Limited;
Arrow International Group Limited;
Construction Labour and Resources Limited (together “the Companies” Read more »

Auckland Council’s Governing Body seeks fireworks ban

Press Release – Auckland Council

Auckland Council’s Governing Body today agreed to proceed with a request to Government to introduce legislation to ban the private sale and use of fireworks after overwhelming support from Aucklanders. Read more »

UPDATE: Generators cleared of collusion, may face inquiry

Article – BusinessDesk

By Gavin Evans

Feb. 28 (BusinessDesk) – New Zealand’s major electricity generators have been cleared of tacit collusion during last year’s electricity price spikes but may yet be subject to investigation by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission. Read more »

Symposium: NZ’s political system broken

Press Release – Local Government NZ

LGNZ’s Localism Symposium heard today how New Zealand’s highly centralised political system is failing New Zealand and we need to devolve decision making and power to improve community wellbeing. Read more »

Protecting against corruption focus of SFO Conference

Press Release – Serious Fraud Office

Anti-corruption and counter-fraud experts from around the world will soon gather in Auckland to discuss the threats of financial crime and corruption. Read more »

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