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'Revolution' in Aussie, but virtual credit cards already here
Australia is trumpeting a revolution in credit card payments, but New Zealand is already ahead of the game, issuing "virtual" credit numbers without the plastic.

Netball New Zealand Announces new Board Chair
Netball New Zealand (NNZ) Board member John Bongard has been appointed the new NNZ Board Chair effective immediately, with outgoing Board Chair Raewyn Lovett stepping down after contributing an outstanding nine years to the governance role.

NZ's Telecom trims banking facility
NEW Zealand's Telecom has reduced its $NZ400 million committed standby revolving credit facility to $NZ300m and extended the maturity date by a year.

New Zealand Budget Remains on Track for Small Surplus in Year to June 2015
New Zealand Budget Remains on Track for Small Surplus in Year to June 2015

New Zealand First Supports More Women in the Police
New Zealand First supports all police recruitment drives, including adding more women to the frontline to strengthen police work overall and better represent the community.

Sources: Cup Sailor De Ridder’s Suspension May Mark End Of Career
America's Cup sailor Dirk de Ridder has been suspended from sanctioned events for five years by sailing's international governing body, two people with knowledge of the decision said Tuesday.

Students welcome engagement with StudyLink
The New Zealand Union of Students’ Associations (NZUSA) has welcomed the improved performance from StudyLink in 2014. There is no doubt that getting their loans and allowances processed on time makes it easier for students to concentrate on being students. "We are appreciative of how well StudyLink have listened to us. They have been responsive and adapted their practices in response to the ...

NZ Credit Union accused of brand hijack
The Co-Operative Bank has accused the New Zealand Association of Credit Unions of trying to hijack its brand, which it has recently spent a small fortune promoting.

New Zealand Credit Card Spending On Tap For Wednesday
New Zealand will on Wednesday release March numbers for credit card spending, highlighting a light day for Asia-Pacific economic activity.

Bill Will Bring Welcome Protection For Vulnerable Consumers
The industry organisation representing credit unions and building societies in New Zealand is delighted that the Credit Contracts and Financial Services Law Reform Bill passed its second reading in Parliament yesterday, and says it will bring much ...

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