New Zealand's online retailers are doing surprisingly well against global gorillas such as Amazon. Newsroom technology columnist Richard MacManus finds local distribution centres and the rise of online grocery sales are helping.
New Zealand Post, the national postal service first established in 1840, is undergoing the biggest upheaval in its history as technological change reduces letter volumes and stokes demand for parcel services, which are often more expensive to manage.
For the convenience of subscribers, here's my weekly column in which I say this week's quiet removal of the guarantee for Kiwibank savers should remind all savers about the lack of a deposit guarantee and prompt regulators and the industry to run a public education campaign about New Zealand's lack of a deposit guarantee.
Good morning all.
Hello all on a big day for Kiwibank.
Prime Minister John Key has moved to shut down any uncertainty in this year's election campaign about any future asset sales another National-led government.