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New Zealand’s largest construction company has appointed a new chairman and will also be taking on four experienced corporate identities as new directors.
A listed North Island wind farm operator has appointed a new director with management experience in the business.
To ease some financial issues Steel & Tube has sold and leased back its large property in Christchurch.
The departing chief executive of the Electricity Authority sees new technology issues for consumers to consider in the years ahead.
The Reserve Bank said a joint study it was undertaking with the Financial Markets Authority into the conduct and culture of the banking sector was well underway.
The continued pruning by Fletcher Challenge will now see a large number of New Zealand staff dropped, mainly in Auckland.
OMV which was being the NZ production assets of Shell New Zealand, said in its submission to the Commerce Commission that the perceived maturing of two fields could impair its market growth in the country.
Since Friday night some significant earthquakes hat hit a small town on the North Island’s east coast, and it’s not the first time this hamlet has felt the shakes.
Natural fauna and wildlife on sub Antarctic islands have been severely damaged by pests and the Government is starting to wage war on the uninvited inhabitants of Auckland Island.
Its share price may be rock bottom, but Aorere Resources believes its prime asset is the fact that it has main board listing on the New Zealand Stock Exchange.
An improving performance at more than one mining location has seen OceanaGold increase its production guidance for the current year.
With America’s trade wars and strengthening economy, one Kiwi observer sees pressure coming for the Kiwi dollar.
The exploration quest by OceanaGold for longevity in Waihi has produced several high grade assays.
There were no surprises when New Talisman Gold Mines announced a larger loss for the year just ended, due primarily to the development and study costs for reopening the Talisman gold mine.
Shareholders of OceanaGold Corporation attending the annual meeting in Canada heard comforting comments reflecting the fact that the now global operator is one of the world’s best performing gold miners.
Oil & Gas News
Shareholders of Z Energy were given an outline of positive moves and some of the challenges Z Energy faced in the past fiscal year.
Todd Energy has established a functional new facility at Tikorangi to ensure gas supply to the domestic market.
An evaluator qualified to report reserves for the Toronto Stock Exchange has provided a reserves update for TAG Oil on its New Zealand production fields.
Refining New Zealand did an international trawl to find a new chief executive and ended up netting a Kiwi.
A junior Canadian oil and gas company has announced the appointment of a new director linked to the departure of another.
Coal, Lignite & CSG/CBM News
New Zealand’s mining lobby Straterra was not only critical of the Government for refusing a minor crown land access for a new mining project but indicated it was an economic body blow for the West Coast.
As a counter to the Government’s latest decision to ban access to DOC land for the Te Kuha coal project, opposition leader Simon Bridges said National would support mines on “low level” conservation land.
Police are considering reopening the Pike River mine disaster investigation eight years after the methane blast that killed 29 men.
Voters may be finding it difficult to see the real difference between the Green Party and its major partner in Government – the Labour Party, following a joint statement that may thwart a much-needed coal mine on the West Coast.
A prominent adviser to the Pike River mine recovery joined the agency team and mining advisers on the West Coast this week and had some comments to make.