Night 'n Day: From lasagne toppers to duopoly topplers?

Originally Published on The Spinoff It's long been the place to go for 3am pies and Powerades, but Night 'n Day has grown to become much more than just a late-night snack spot. Chris Schulz investigates. A little over a week... Source: NZ Herald Business News

By | June 25th, 2022|Business|0 Comments

Amazon's Alexa will mimic the voice of your dead relatives

Amazon's Alexa will be able to resurrect the voices of dead relatives, allowing users to feel as if they are speaking to lost ones beyond the grave.The company revealed that it was working on technology that would allow its voice... Source: NZ Herald Business News

By | June 23rd, 2022|Business|0 Comments

Fullers plan ferry price rise for Waiheke, Rangitoto Island and Coromandel fares

Fullers plan to increase the cost of its fares to Waiheke, Rangitoto Island and Coromandel fares by an average 8.4 per cent from July 1 has been labelled "extreme" by Auckland councillor Chris Darby.But the ferry operator says it... Source: NZ Herald Business News

By | June 23rd, 2022|Business|0 Comments

Kiwis throwing away an estimated $3.1 billion in food – survey

New Zealanders are throwing away more food than ever before - with an estimated $3.1 billion heading for the tip each year.The 2022 Rabobank-KiwiHarvest Food Waste Research survey has found a marked increase in New Zealand's estimated... Source: NZ Herald Business News

By | June 23rd, 2022|Business|0 Comments

Air New Zealand relaunches 14 international routes in 16 days

Air New Zealand is gearing up for its busiest July in two years, relaunching 14 international routes in 16 days.With these routes back in action, the airline will be operating 60 per cent of its international capacity - the most... Source: NZ Herald Business News

By | June 23rd, 2022|Business|0 Comments

Employment advocate CultureSafe fined thousands stands by name and shame approach

By Amy Williams of RNZ An employment advocate who crusades for bullied workers is facing bankruptcy and the liquidation of his company after refusing to pay a long list of penalties for breaching client confidentiality agreements.CultureSafe... Source: NZ Herald Business News

By | June 22nd, 2022|Business|0 Comments

Transpower confident there won't be power cuts tonight

Transpower is confident enough electricity is being generated to ensure the system operates as it should this evening and over the long weekend. This morning, the electricity system operator declared a "grid emergency" when there... Source: NZ Herald Business News

By | June 22nd, 2022|Business|0 Comments

Auckland Crown Solicitor Brian Dickey steps aside to take on new role

Auckland's top criminal prosecutor will vacate the role later this year and become an independent barrister this summer.Brian Dickey [Ngāti Māhanga] has been Te Rōia Matua a Te Karauna ki Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland... Source: NZ Herald Business News

By | June 22nd, 2022|Business|0 Comments

New report: Worst time for first-home buyers in 65 years

A combination of record house prices and the limited further potential for growth makes this year the worst for first-home buyers since 1957, new research by economics consultancy Infometrics has found.A new report Housing update:... Source: NZ Herald Business News

By | June 22nd, 2022|Business|0 Comments

'Action' now priority after major new Waikato-Bay of Plenty supply chain report

Major studies of freight capacity and critical network assets across the Waikato and Bay of Plenty could result from a new economic action plan devised with input from major freight and logistics players. The Waikato & Bay of Plenty... Source: NZ Herald Business News

By | June 22nd, 2022|Business|0 Comments