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Land developers and builders are increasingly turning to non-bank lending to be able to develop new homes for the Bay of Plenty. Omega Capital Corporation Ltd provides finance and equity solutions for developers, farms, businesses and more. It says it’s seen an increase in...
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Stock agent Matt Brinsdon loves his job. He’s with Rural Livestock in Southland and has been working as a stock agent, based in Gore, for 12 years. “It’s a busy job year-round, and the work varies depending on the time of year,” says Brinsdon. It involves everything ...
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From 16 May, a new face will be at the helm of Dairy Women’s Network. Jules Benton will take over from Zelda de Villiers as CEO, who announced her resignation in December 2017. Benton was recently general manager for Wolters Kluwer CCH New Zealand, a research and workflow...
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Taupo dairy farmer Kylie Leonard has been recognised for her community involvement by Dairy Women’s Network with the 2018 Dairy Community Leadership Award. The award celebrates the unsung heroes of rural communities and was presented at a gala dinner tonight during Dairy W...
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Southland dairy leadership coach Loshni Manikam is this year’s Fonterra Dairy Woman of the Year. The human behaviour and leadership expert took out the 2018 title from an impressive line-up which included Tararua district mayor Tracey Collis and Hawke’s Bay dairy consult...
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Earlier this month, Pinnacle Midlands Health Network and Nga Miro Health Centre together attended five Waikato-based marae across five days during Poukai for the first time in the tradition's history, reaching hundreds of priority group women with cervical scr...
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New Zealand’s leading analytical testing lab, Hill Laboratories, today announced that company founders Roger and Anne Hill’s son, Dr Jonno Hill, will step into the company’s chief executive officer (CEO) role in May 2018.     The family name has stood fi...
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Simon and Elle Clarke farm on 307 hectares at Hora Hora, near Cambridge, in the Waikato. The Clarkes are in their fourth season at the farm, where they milk 480 dairy cows including 100 autumn calvers, 100 calves and 100 heifers. They average about 190,000kg/MS off the 480 c...
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Investors frustrated by low interest rates are increasingly turning to investments via property mortgages to secure higher income. That’s the view of Alpha First Securities, which says it’s seeing an increase in the number of investors who have “frustrated capital” -...
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Lodge Real Estate’s managing director Jeremy O’Rourke says the number of million dollar homes sold in Hamilton city increased six-fold within the past five years, reaching an all-time high number sold in the city during 2017. He predicts 2018 will be another record-break...
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