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NZ's online merchants can now offer Google Pay
bizEDGE New Zealand
Online merchants based in New Zealand now have the opportunity to offer Google Pay as a form of payment for customers. Google and Paymark are behind the effort. Paymark says it's the first homegrown New Zealand payments processor to offer the ...
Google teams with Paymark for online Google Pay serviceReseller News
Paymark launches Google Pay for NZ's online
Paymark launches Google Pay for New Zealand's online merchantsVoxy

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Radio New Zealand
Economic outlook shines through gloomy sentiment
Radio New Zealand
The outlook for the New Zealand economy is positive despite the downbeat sentiment of consumers and business. No caption. Economic growth is expected to be just under 3 per cent into 2019. Photo: The latest ASB Quarterly Economic Forecast ...
ASB pundits head into summer on upbeat noteNew Zealand Herald
ASB Quarterly Economic Forecast: Summer breeze or summer squeeze?Voxy
'Winter of discontent' fails to hit economy - ASBNewshub

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Tax plan could see Kiwi firms shift HQs to Australia, NZX warns
A capital gains tax on profits from stock market investing could set off a chain reaction that saw businesses shift their head offices to Australia, the NZX and the country's largest sharebrokers have warned. NZX chief executive Mark Peterson and the ...
NZX and SIA say no capital gains tax on retail investment in sharessharechat
Tax Working Group divided on approach to
Chris Trotter says National's apparent decline in the polls may be bad news for those relying on tax-free capital

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New Zealand Herald
With Team NZ in tow, Spark boss names 5G launch date, pressures govt
New Zealand Herald
Spark wants to launch a 5G mobile network on July 1, 2020, managing director Simon Moutter revealed this morning. Surrounded by members of Emirates Team NZ, the telco boss officially started a countdown clock today at his company's new 5G Lab at ...

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Sanford planning to sell Tauranga business
A number of jobs in Tauranga are potentially affected by the transition, but Sanford CEO Volker Kuntzsch says the company is working to minimise the impact on jobs. New Zealand seafood company Sanford has announced it has a conditional agreement to ...
Sanford enters conditional deal to sell Tauranga-based fishing businesssharechat
Sanford to sell majority of pelagic businessIntraFish

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New Zealand Herald
Airplane bathrooms are shrinking as airlines squeeze in more seats
New Zealand Herald
At 5-foot-8, Eddie Santos is about average size, but on a recent flight from Los Angeles to Washington, a trip to the plane's lavatory left him feeling like Gulliver in the land of Lilliputians. It was a tight fit. "I had to twist my shoulder just to ...
American Airlines flight attendants picket in Charlotte for better treatmentWSOC Charlotte
Could you fit in this airplane bathroom?SFGate
Frontier Airlines Flight Attendants Prepare For StrikeCBS Denver
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Substation issue causes Taupō area power cut
More than 16,000 power users are without electricity in Taupō. Unison lines company's Danny Gough said the cut originated at the Wairakei substation at 8.40am. "Unison has been advised by Transpower they are investigating an issue relating to the 33kV ...

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Kiwi Property is positioned for growth and development
Big real estate owner Kiwi Property has almost completed rebalancing its property portfolio to Auckland and says it is ready for more developments and "considered" acquisitions. New Zealand's largest property company on the New Zealand Stock Exchange ...
Kiwi Property Group first half profit edges
Kiwi Property makes flat profit as rental revenue fallsRadio New Zealand
NZ's biggest commercial/retail landlord Kiwi Property nets $48 million profitNew Zealand Herald
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CIO New Zealand
Deloitte acquires Kiwi Salesforce specialists CloudinIT
CIO New Zealand
Deloitte is expanding its Salesforce offerings, with the team from CloudinIT joining the professional services firm from February 2019. Deloitte chief executive Thomas Pippos says the move follows the recent launch of Deloitte Digital in New Zealand.
Deloitte bolsters Salesforce offerings with
Deloitte snaps up Kiwi Salesforce partner, CloudinITReseller News
Deloitte bolsters AWS offerings with CloudinITChannelLife New Zealand

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Thompson Citizen
Kettle donation drive volunteers can no longer be in Liquor Marts due to company policy
Thompson Citizen
Salvation Army donation kettles watched over by volunteers are once again set up in various locations around Thompson, but not inside the Liquor Mart as they have been previously because Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries is no longer exempting them from ...
Salvation Army kicks off Kettle Campaign with auction in AmherstCumberland News Now
'Rise of the working poor': One in five Kiwis can't afford ChristmasBrinkwire (press release)
The Salvation Army Fort Collins Launches Annual Red Kettle CampaignNorth Forty News
Oskaloosa news -ECM Publishers -Newstalk ZB
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