The passenger cruise market to Napier has shot up by 548 per cent over the past five years but the impact is a dramatic downturn in coach tours with some operators cancelling schedules to Hawke's Bay.
The New Zealand Herald recently reported the results of a survey into the spending habits of Kiwis. The headline result was that nearly half (44 per cent) of New Zealanders are living day-to-day without any savings to fall back on.
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A man in his 30's was airlifted to Auckland City Hospital after he was stabbed in the neck this evening. Police were still investigating the incident that occurred at a residential property on Dawson Rd, Snells Beach about 8.30pm, said Sergeant Dan Weir. "A man had been repeatedly stabbed, enquiries are ongoing." He said the victim received stab wounds to his neck. The man was flown by Westpac Rescue Helicopter to Auckland City Hospital where he remained in a serious condition. Mr Weir said detectives were speaking with a number of people at the address and are not looking for anyone…
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Your phone has been for a swim. Your business contact information or vital sketches were on it and now it refuses to start. Owners carry their business lives around on their mobile phones and tablets. If the phone was lost or broken it would be at the very least a huge nuisance. At worst important business data could be lost. When it... More
Small businesses sometimes pay hundreds of dollars a month more than necessary for their telephony - thanks to inertia. Many have a mish-mash of telephony services. It's not uncommon for small businesses to cut costs significantly following a telecommunications health check, says Kelly Blomfield, business account manager at Telecom Hub... More
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