Crane's shares peruse offer price

crane-GroupAccording to brokers, there will be an increase done by the Fletcher Building to capture offer for Australian building supply company Crane Group. This is planned to do after the directors rejected its opening bid.

Streets overcoming after earthquake and reopens

After being damaged in Canterbury's earthquake before three months, Manchester St in Christchurch has reopened again.

It was closed for more than three months as there was an earthquake in Canterbury.

The turning lane at the joint of Hereford and Manchester Street was blocked off while the earthquake-damaged Manchester Courts building enduring destruction.

Mayor Bob Parker held that it good news that it is restart.

Australian airlines ready to launch

AustralianAnalysts alleged that Virgin Blue is planning to enter in coming 2011 with an international network capable of challenging national flag carrier Qantas Airways.

A partnership is held by the airline group such as Polynesian Blue and V Australia including Virgin Blue, Pacific Blue with Air New Zealand Ltd on trans-Tasman services.

First Air NZ 777-300ER aircraft arrives

ANZThe first 777-300ER aircraft which is owned by Air New Zealand arrived and was given a very colorful welcome. The aircraft arrived from its base in Boeing's Seattle and is said to be bringing about a revolution in the economy-class.

The aircraft is just one of the five others where various products have been added by Air NZ so that they are able to make traveling experience different for the passengers.

People are busy doing last minute shopping

ChristmasIt has been found that people are busy because of their last minute shopping done during Christmas –eve. This has been found to be the busiest shopping time in whole of 2010.

Stock prices fall in New Zealand

New-ZealandBecause of the pre-Christmas inertia the stock prices in New Zealand have declined. Gaining some momentum in the beginning they finally decline. The triggering point was when China's Agria Corp and New Hope Group came together and took control of PGG Wrightson.

The benchmark NZX 50 Index lost some 4.54 points or 0.13 per cent to end at 3,329.21.

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