“We were hoping for a recovery phase from October onwards and now clearly that is not going to happen, with the reduced schedule with Air New Zealand deciding unilaterally to reduce its schedule with just two flights out of Australia until 27 March.
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Hamilton Hindin Greene investment adviser Mark Hampton said Chorus was one of the standouts on the NZX, nearing its all-time high because the recent resurgence of Covid-19 affecting stock markets worldwide had drawn people to “safer, stable” companies.
The Trathen family has owned the site at 191 Trafalgar Street, in the heart of Nelson’s central city, since 1915. The site sits at the mid point of the prime retail strip in Nelson with the highest proportion of foot traffic in the CBD and now the site is occupied by one of the newest […]
Fallout from the Hackett cash There is no doubt that the $10.2m Hackett decision greatly inflamed criticisms of the programme because the company’s wealthy owners include richlister Sir John Davies, and Henry van Asch, whose property portfolio includes one in Darfield with a valuation of almost $7m.
Learning to be a cut above Adrian Evans started his barbershop, The Gentry, five years ago and had just opened a second shop in Auckland’s new Commercial Bay retail district when the lockdowns brought business to a grinding halt.