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  • 15 December 2008 The Commerce Commission is today initiating proceedings in the High Court in Auckland against 13 airlines and seven airline staff, including senior executives, for extensive and long-term cartel activity in the air cargo market. The Commission alleges that airlines throughout the world colluded to raise the price of freighting cargo by imposing fuel surcharges for more than nine years. This affected the price of cargo both into and out of New Zealand.
    Article - 2008-12-15 09:19
  • Compass Communications has launched its new, better value mobile service with a competitive pricing strategy aimed at luring customers away from existing networks. Compass will now be able to offer New Zealanders a comprehensive and high value communications package. Compass line rental, tolls, Internet and mobile access will be at a significantly lower price than its two main competitors.
    Article - 2009-05-15 16:35
  • Companies trading with the United States are invited to enter the 2009 American Chamber of Commerce – DHL Express Success & Innovation Awards, held in conjunction with Qantas Airways.
    Article - 2009-06-03 10:39
  • A new Auckland hotel is fast becoming a popular destination for eco-conscious dignitaries and business travellers wanting to lower their carbon footprint. Auckland City Hotel, which opened just over a year ago, regularly hosts diplomats from Asia and South America, foreign corporate officials and is also a favourite among New Zealand government departments.
    Article - 2009-06-23 09:39
  • Some people may call it opportunism, but it’s a classic example of how a business can step in and make the most of a competitor’s mistakes to spruce up its reputation and standing in the market.   In response to Jetstar customers asking for help, Air New Zealand is offering domestic Jetstar passengers, who are denied check-in or significantly disrupted, a $50 fare so they can get to where they need to go.   The offer applies on domestic jet routes from tomorrow until the end of the school holidays on Sunday 19 July.
    Article - 2009-06-24 09:42
  • Senior appointment at Rishworth Aviation Rishworth Aviation has announced the appointment of new Director, Craig Sinclair. Sinclair has 20 years’ experience in the aviation industry, having held senior roles in Airways Corporation of New Zealand and Air New Zealand. He was Group General Manager at Air New Zealand, where at various times his responsibilities included flying operations, aircraft engineering and maintenance, cargo and airport ground handling.
    Article - 2009-07-21 09:57
  • A joint venture has been signed today between Accor Hospitality, Tainui Group Holdings and Auckland International Airport, to develop and operate a world-class (4-star plus) 260 room Novotel hotel at Auckland Airport, to be completed in time for Rugby World Cup 2011.
    Article - 2009-07-23 09:46
  • Prime Minister John Key has named seven potential cycleway routes that construction could start on this summer. In a speech to Local Government New Zealand Mr Key said the Government had set aside $9 million from the $50 million New Zealand Cycleway Fund for projects earmarked for a ‘Quick Start'.
    Article - 2009-07-27 14:33
  • This sounds nothing less than a magic carpet story, except that it came about as a result of a great amount of hard work, dedication, mental strength and business acumen.
    Article - 2009-08-11 09:54
  • Sales of hands free kits for mobile phone users are likely to rise as a result of the government bringing a ban in on 1st November this year. The ban extends to all use of hand held mobile phones whether texting or calling, with the exception of 111 calls for genuine emergencies.
    Article - 2009-08-18 10:33