Kaikoura rail line decimated

Kaikoura rail line decimated

Posted By: Shopprice New Zealand Very great slips have decimated parts of the South Island main box for journey Rail Line along the Kaikoura go down slope, supporters the size 7.5 earth More »

New Zealand earthquake: Two dead following powerful tremor

New Zealand earthquake: Two dead following powerful tremor

Posted By: Shopprice New Zealand A powerful magnitude-7.8 earth shock has struck New Zealand’s South Island, making great profit at least 2 persons in general. The shake with fear or cold is More »

Visitors to Central Lakes region urged to take care with valuables in vehicles

Visitors to Central Lakes region urged to take care with valuables in vehicles

Posted By: Shopprice New Zealand Central inland waters Police are giving memory help both visitors and persons of the town to not let go of goods of great value in their vehicles, More »

Treatment of terminally ill prisoner racist – Māori Party

Treatment of terminally ill prisoner racist – Māori Party

Posted By: Shopprice New Zealand The process of a terminally ill prisoner by the parole Board was an example of organization racism, the Maori Party says. The parole Board declined Vicki Letele’s More »

Heavy rain in central areas, thunderstorms in the Far North

Heavy rain in central areas, thunderstorms in the Far North

Posted By: Shopprice New Zealand Weighty rain has been falling across in the middle of New Zealand, with downpours coming in great numbers homes in Wellington and one moved away by a More »

Aucklanders unhappy about half-million dollar slogan

Aucklanders unhappy about half-million dollar slogan

Posted By: Shopprice New Zealand It price half a million dollars, but Aucklanders say the newly announced slogan for its great town is a waste of money, line of work it “poor, More »

Wreaths laid to commemorate 98 years since WW1

Wreaths laid to commemorate 98 years since WW1

Posted By: Shopprice New Zealand Special public event have been kept around the country to mark the 98th Anniversary 1 of the end of the first World War.Armistice 2 Day services began More »

Waikato Police looking for Conwaye Brown

Waikato Police looking for Conwaye Brown

Posted By: Shopprice New Zealand Waikato Police is still looking to give the position of 31-year-old Conwaye Brown (pictured) in relation to a made-worse property-taking and attack on police in Morrinsville last More »

Woman critically injured in paddock after car found run off road

Woman critically injured in paddock after car found run off road

Posted By: Shopprice New Zealand Police investigating how a woman was critically hurt say she had injuries that weren’t consistent with a car accident.A police spokesman said investigations would continue into the More »

Assault charge after Auckland V8s video

Assault charge after Auckland V8s video

Posted By: Shopprice New Zealand Police have requested a 61-year-old man with attack after one making use of the camera was doubted pushed at the Pukekohe V8s over the weekend. The man More »

 

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APN shares in trading halt

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Shopprice New Zealand Shares in APN News and Media, the Australian parent of Herald publishers NZME, are in a trading halt pending the release of an announcement to the market. Shares will resume trading at the start of normal trading on the ASX on Wednesday – or when the announcement is released to market. The

Fairfax to drop weekday SMH and Age

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Shopprice New Zealand Fairfax Media has flagged an end to weekday print editions of The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age in the face of falling advertising revenue. Chief executive Greg Hywood said the masthead newspapers – which have been in print since 1831 and 1854 respectively – could become weekend-only, as those editions generate the

Lowe named as next RBA governor

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Shopprice New Zealand Philip Lowe will become the next Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA), replacing the outgoing Glenn Stevens, who has been in the top job for 10 years. Lowe has deputy governor since early 2012, heading up many of the RBA’s analytical departments, and publishing on a wide range of issues

App saves Health & Safety paperwork

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Shopprice New Zealand Onside has launched an online health and safety app for farmers to make compliance with the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 easier. It enabled farmers to develop their own health and safety plan by working through a pre-populated list of risks overlaid on a satellite map of their farm, chief executive

Philippine Airlines: No worries about Air NZ flights

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Shopprice New Zealand Competition between Air New Zealand and Philippine Airlines is set to heat up, but it’s not all bad news, according to an airline spokesperson. Maria Cielo Villaluna said Air New Zealand’s direct service to the Philippine’s capital, Manila, would benefit the country’s tourism industry. “With this new inbound service, New Zealanders now have

Key heads to China for free trade agreement ‘upgrade’ negotiations

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Shopprice New Zealand Prime Minister John Key is to visit China this month to discuss upgrading the free trade agreement between the two countries that was signed almost eight years ago. Key will meet President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang in Beijing but will also visit Xi’an and Shanghai. He said the FTA had

Pizza delivery robots could be coming to your front door soon, New Zealand

Shopprice New Zealand The Ministry of Transport says it is working with multinational pizza company Domino’s to get their prototype pizza delivery robot operating in New Zealand. The robots run on four wheels and contain a built in warmer and refrigeration compartments, and are guided along footpaths by GPS and obstacle avoidance technology. New Zealand

Tegel hosts fund managers ahead of share float

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Shopprice New Zealand Institutional investors from both sides of the Tasman will be shown around Tegel Foods facilities’ in New Zealand this week ahead of a planned public share offer by the country’s biggest poultry producer. The site visits in Auckland and Christchurch, to be held tomorrow and Friday, are expected to be followed up

NZ Post art collection for sale as head office shrinks

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Shopprice New Zealand New Zealand Post Group, which is three years into a five-year transformation to shrink its business to keep pace with falling mail volumes, has put its art collection up for sale. About 50 art works, including pieces by Gretchen Albrecht, John Pule, Fiona Pardington and Robyn Kahukiwa, will be sold through Wellington

Foreign land deals get OK after school donations

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Shopprice New Zealand Foreigners making substantial financial donations to New Zealand schools are getting big land purchases approved. The latest Overseas Investment Office decisions released this morning showed two such cases. Glenorchy Homestead of Malaysia and Singapore got approval for a $2.7 million deal to buy land at 761 Malaghans Road in Arrowtown. They will