BUSINESS

IT Security – Threat Management

The problem we are all facing Security has become a more in-depth executive discussion because of the many ways through which businesses can and are being atta...

Here we go again

Let’s not talk up a recession New Zealand, it seems, is leading the world in its handling of the Covid-19 crisis. Although none of us have a crystal ball...

Putting your best foot forward in a booming property market

The COVID-19 pandemic has created a great deal of economic uncertainty both globally and in New Zealand. During the lockdown in April and May 2020 we were all q...

Is your business ready for changes to alert levels?

The last Alert Level 3 Lockdown in Auckland has once again shown that businesses need to be prepared, at short notice, to make to significant changes to the way...

Investor competition set to drive values higher

Despite some uncertainty and short-term disruption to market conditions from COVID-19, low interest rates are fueling investment activity, especially for prime...

Getting Lift off – youth development programme profile

To counteract concerns the job market would get harder for its rangatahi (young people) following the Covid-19 outbreak, they fast-tracked plans to create jobs...

Policy changes come into force

August and September saw several new pieces of legislation come into force. Two of these include: 1. The National Policy Statement on Urban Development 2020 2...

Hawke’s Bay on track to be premier sport facility capital

Hawke’s Bay has the potential to supersede the likes of Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga, Wellington and Christchurch as the premier sport facility region of...

Hawke's Bay small businesses claim millions in interest-free loans

More than 2000 small businesses in Hawke's Bay have already claimed $42 million in interest-free loans under a government cashflow scheme, with more now eligibl...

Hawke’s Bay Wine releases inaugural single vintage Chardonnay collection

Hawke's Bay Wine has released its inaugural single vintage Chardonnay collection. The collection includes a carefully selected set of twelve 2019 Chardonnays f...

New facility positions Kennedy Park for the future

New bathroom, kitchen, and laundry facilities are now open at Napier’s Council-owned Kennedy Park Resort. The construction project, which kicked off duri...

Tukituki Trails extension to create jobs and boost local business

Work has begun on a project to nearly double the length of a popular Central Hawke’s Bay cycling and walking network.  A blessing to mark the start...

Former pilot lands on feet with new job in IT Project Management

After more than 25-years in the sky, Christian Rush didn't realise a routine flight on March 17 would be his last. The former pilot, who had worked for Virgin...

MyFarm launches new $9.3m Hawke’s Bay Rockit apple syndicate

Primary sector syndication company MyFarm has launched a new Hawke’s Bay-based Rockit apple syndicate, offering the potential of cash returns rising to 20...

Work underway on Hawke's Bay Airport's new forecourt

Hawke's Bay Airport's new forecourt will be an introduction to the region and one that reflects the past, present and future of the region's people and landscap...

Rethinking the vineyard environment: Hawke’s Bay winegrower implements biodiversity

A Hawke’s Bay Vineyard owner has found a novel way to introduce biodiversity, by taking out a row of vines and replacing it with a corridor of indigenous...

Aged care expert urges young people to look into job caring for the elderly

As job seekers begin their end of year scramble to find work, an aged care expert is calling on young people and graduates to consider taking roles caring for o...

Opinion: The digital divide – what is holding our small businesses back

Small businesses owners and managers in Hawke’s Bay are at risk of digital exclusion, which could affect their quality of life and stymie the success of t...

Research examines digital divide facing Hawke's Bay small businesses

The threat of digital exclusion facing small businesses in Napier and the rest of Hawke’s Bay is the focus of a research project by EIT and InternetNZ. T...

EIT Bachelor of Business Studies student awarded Sir James Wattie Scholarship

An EIT Business Studies student, on the verge of completing her Bachelor's degree, has been awarded the prestigious Sir James Wattie Scholarship. Candice D&rsq...