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Category: Business

Newmarket reveals it’s awards finalists

Newmarket Business Association’s CEO, Mark Knoff-Thomas, says “Newmarket continues to punch above its weight, and the high calibre of entries this year is confirmation that we have some of the [ … ]

Treasures in store for shoppers

Shoppers who love to ferret out a bargain can now browse the laden shelves of a new store in central Richmond. Oxford Street Treasures opened its doors on May 4. [ … ]

This Month In New Zealand Business

New Zealand business this month has seen some interesting updates. Technology continues to reign in the business world, with things like barcode printers and 3D printing becoming more and more [ … ]

New rules for home-based brothels

Home-based brothels in Tauranga – known as single owner-operated brothels in the bylaw – and larger sex work businesses will still have to comply with specific restrictions on signage and [ … ]

Pool closure hits eatery hard

“People don’t want me to close but I can’t depend on a few customers. I need the flow [of foot traffic coming from the pool] but we have nothing. I [ … ]

Queenstown hotel drives social change

Opened nine months ago as the country’s first fully smart hotel, mi-pad Queenstown has been paying all its staff at least the living wage – rather than the minimum wage [ … ]

This Month In New Zealand Business

Autumn has seen some dramatic, and not so dramatic changes to New Zealand business. We’re going to highlight some of the main changes we’ve seen this month in this article [ … ]