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  • A new service changes the way cars are bought and sold in New Zealand.Called “go auto”, the service provides car dealers and their customers from throughout New Zealand with access to nationwide multimedia advertising, incorporating interactive TV (go auto TV), a nationwide online search site (go auto web), and a weekly, full-colour glossy publication (go auto magazine).
    Article - 2007-10-18 10:34
  • Inspired by the theft of one of their cars, two Auckland men have designed a vehicle tracking system that can send a text message to a mobile phone. And you can text a reply.
    Article - 2007-10-18 10:35
  • Small retailers hit by tough economic times can still access a range of theft reduction products, following the launch of an innovative security package by ADT Armourguard. ADT Armourguard General Manager, Ian Anderson, said the new Sensormatic® Essentials Package will allow small retailers to rent for as little as $24.70 per week a range of Sensormatic products without paying upfront establishment or installation costs. Included in the comprehensive packages are anti-theft tags, labels, pedestals, deactivators and detachers.
    Article - 2011-05-05 16:24
  • Founder of Gullivers Travel Associates (GTA), David Babai, is back in business, re-entering the wholesale tourism industry by taking on the chairmanship of G2 Travel. G2 will concentrate on group travel, with key origin markets being Asia, Middle East, Australia, North America and Europe. The G2 team  believes this market segment will create a sustainable competitive advantage because there is substantial value in the creativity of tour design.
    Article - 2012-02-07 11:51
  • Federated Farmers is applauding, Stop Stock Theft, New Zealand’s first ever online map designed to report and track suspected stock theft.  This joint initiative between Crimestoppers NZ, NZX-Agri and the Police will be welcomed by all farmers. “While shoplifting costs New Zealand some $730 million each year, stock theft is reportedly costing the country a further $120 million,” says Katie Milne, Federated Farmers rural security spokesperson.
    Article - 2013-07-29 17:00