A 90-year-old Auckland woman fleeced of $27,500 by a fraudster who gained access to her bank account recently is just one example of elder abuse which Age Concern wants to see prevented.
The Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) today opened the latest funding round for Crown loans to support energy efficiency and renewable energy projects across public sector organisations
The government’s freeze on school funding and its impact on their pay negotiations will drive teacher aides and other school support staff to nationwide paid union meetings in March.
New Zealand’s groundbreaking titanium powder metallurgy group, the Titanium Industry Development Association (TiDA), is hosting a symposium on powder metallurgy industry advances including medical, industrial, aerospace and automotive, on Thursday 9 June.
Real estate agency hoamz scooped dual accolades in this week’s Australasian Real Estate Results Network awards. The awards are the 11th annual event and celebrate high achievers within some of the leading independent real estate agencies throughout Australia and New Zealand.
Science and technology research in New Zealand and Korea will receive a boost under a major new collaboration between the University of Auckland and Korea’s largest Government research organisation.
New Zealand’s largest martial arts organisation ITKD NZ (International Taekwon-Do New Zealand) are getting some extra training.
Southland and Otago will be New Zealand’s 3x3 basketball capital this weekend as the Burger King 3X3 Quest Tour descends upon Invercargill this Saturday and Dunedin on Sunday.
The future of Chiefs rugby is bright, with an exciting pool of talented rugby players named in the 2017 University of Waikato Chiefs Taua Development squad today.
Nominations are now open for MÄori Television’s second annual MATARIKI AWARDS 2017 to be broadcast live from the Auckland War Memorial Museum on Friday 21 July 2017 at 8.30pm.
Vodafone New Zealand and Vodafone Group Plc (LSE: VOD) were today advised the New Zealand Commerce Commission declined the proposed merger of Vodafone New Zealand with SKY Network Television Ltd (ASX and NZX: SKT).
The Commerce Commission has declined to grant clearance for the proposed merger of Sky Network Television and Vodafone New Zealand.
- Earnings before taxation of $349 million, includes a $22 million benefit from other significant items
- Net profit after taxation of $256 million
- Operating revenue of $2.6 billion
- 8.1 million passengers carried during the period
SKY Network Television Ltd (SKY) and Vodafone Group Plc have today been advised by the New Zealand Commerce Commission of its decision not to clear the two companies’ proposed merger of their operating businesses in New Zealand.
Bay of Plenty begins its third Hawke Cup challenge of the 2017 season from 10.30am tomorrow at its 2017 fortress of Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui as the quest continues for an unbeaten season.
Spark New Zealand said today the Commerce Commission’s decision to decline the proposed merger between Sky Network Television Ltd ("Sky") and Vodafone New Zealand ("Vodafone") is a big positive for kiwi consumers.
Auckland karters Ryan Grant and Aaron Wilson share an early points lead in the Wifiplus-backed KZ2 class after a thrilling first round of the 2017 Molecule ProKart Series in Palmerston North over the weekend.
Half year net profit rises to $41.9 million from $38.6 million as the country’s premier freight gateway
benefits from rising cargo volumes and continues to set standards for port productivity
Fonterra is required to consider its forecast Farmgate Milk Price every quarter as a condition of the Dairy Industry Restructuring Act. For this purpose, Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited today confirmed the forecast Farmgate Milk Price of $6.00 per kgMS announced in November.
The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) today issued a public health warning advising the public not to collect or consume shellfish harvested from the coastline between the Whakatane Heads and the Waioeka River mouth in Opotiki. The warning also includes the Ohiwa Harbour.