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  • The Electricity Commission has received breach allegations relating to non-payment of industry participants by the Clearing Manager, NZX, on Friday, 20 August. The breach allegations have been brought by Mighty River Power, Genesis Energy and Contact Energy.The Commission has also received breach allegations from the Clearing Manager against Pulse Utilities in relation to the alleged non-payment.
    Article - 2010-08-26 10:01
  • Recent reports from both Forrester and Gartner reveal that Microsoft Dynamics CRM is ahead of the competition in customer relationship management (CRM) for mid- to large sized organisations. Gartner’s latest Magic Quadrant for Sales Force Automation report positions Microsoft Dynamics CRM as the leader in the field, identifying factors such as its ability to integrate with other Microsoft products, its ability to create customised solutions using the xRM framework and Microsoft’s extensive partner network as key strengths.
    Article - 2010-08-27 09:45
  •, the business execution experts, has appointed Suzanne Boyd as manager of its Wellington office. Ms Boyd brings more than 16 years’ experience in the recruitment industry to the role, in which she will serve as a strategic leader in growing the client base and team and ensuring Wellington businesses meet their full potential with the help of CEO Rod Hill said Ms Boyd’s expert knowledge and success, achieved during her time in the recruitment and finance industries, made her the ideal choice for the role.
    Article - 2010-08-30 11:16
  • Nelson City Council today responded to concerns raised by residents of Victory about the possibility of gambling machines returning to their neighbourhood. Council’s Gambling Policy was reviewed earlier in the year with a full public consultation. Councillors heard from submitters, the majority of whom wanted to see changes to the existing policy. Following that review a valid application was made to Council for nine pokie machines to be located in a new bar planned for the Victory area. Council gave consent as the application met the requirements of the revised policy.
    Article - 2010-08-31 09:16
  • Toxic sea slugs are being reported across Eastern Bays beaches from Okahu Bay to Kohimarama prompting Auckland City Council to erect more signs and caution beachgoers to supervise their children and pets. For the first time, the sea slugs have been collected from Mission Bay and another has been found in rock pools close to Kelly Tarltons. The council is closely monitoring beaches and officers are distributing cautionary leaflets. The sea slugs generally appear at low tide and today (Wednesday) was an extremely low tide.
    Article - 2010-09-09 17:30
  • “Managing the sale and availability of alcohol is the key to having a successful large event”, says ALAC’s environments and settings manager Andrew Galloway. “You don’t need to look far for festivals and stadium events that had made headlines in a negative way. For some people drinking to get drunk is an accepted behaviour at these events. This can have negative consequences for themselves, their families or other people who want to enjoy the event.”
    Article - 2010-09-10 14:00
  • The merchandise terms of trade rose 2.1 percent in the June 2010 quarter as export prices rose more than import prices, Statistics New Zealand said today. This means that 2.1 percent more imported goods could be funded by a fixed quantity of exported goods than in the March 2010 quarter.
    Article - 2010-09-10 14:00
  • Stylish, Hip and Trendy Backpackers Accommodation for sale by Conveniently located in the heart of Christchurch with strong cash flow. Good growth prospects with rebuild tradesmen coming in to the city
    Article - 2010-09-12 14:15
  • Food prices (down 0.1 percent) were flat in the August 2010 month, Statistics New Zealand said today. This follows increases of 1.6 percent and 1.3 percent for July and June, respectively. "Lower prices in August for fruit and vegetables were offset by higher grocery food, poultry, and non-alcoholic beverage prices,” Statistics New Zealand’s prices manager Chris Pike said.
    Article - 2010-09-13 12:00
  • Overnight stays in hotels were up 4 percent in July 2010 compared with the previous July, Statistics New Zealand said today. "Hotels were the only accommodation type to record an increase," business statistics manager Louise Holmes-Oliver said. Guest nights were down in motels, backpackers, and holiday parks, which each had a decrease of 2 percent. International guest nights were up 2 percent in July 2010 compared with July 2009, while domestic guest nights were down 1 percent. As a result, total guest nights in July 2010 were similar to July 2009, up just 0.2 percent.
    Article - 2010-09-13 12:01