News

Fastest Rising Areas in New Zealand

14/11/2019

New Zealand property values are on the rise, with record prices seen in some parts of the country and the national median value also in new territory. Strong demand is helping to drive up property prices, as the Auckland market lifts despite a decline in sales. While national inventory and sales volumes are both down, data points towards strong conditions and renewed optimism as we head into 2020.

Read more

Hot Household Products This Christmas

22/11/2019

Once again, Christmas is just around the corner and you're probably not ready. Whether you need to buy five gifts or fifty, new product releases leave us spoilt for choice as we head into the holiday period. From household tech and lifestyle products through to media subscriptions and kids' toys, let's take a close look at the best new household products for Christmas 2019.

Read more

New Zealand & The Green Economy

22/11/2019

Whether you know it as sustainable finance or the green economy, ethical and environmental issues are having an important impact on the New Zealand economy. As politicians and multinationals struggle to make sense of the new world, institutional investors are rapidly moving towards a more agile and greener economy. While strong growth continues to be the main objective, clever investors are increasingly looking for long-term opportunities that align with their vision for a zero-carbon future.

Read more

Modern Work & the Adaptability Quotient

04/11/2019

Modern workers are always looking for that little something extra to help them forge ahead in their careers. Whether you're a mechanic, a salesperson, or a surgeon, making moves in your chosen field was always thought to be a combination of smarts and hard work. As it turns out, however, additional capacity may also be needed. Along with regular and emotional intelligence, the adaptability quotient (AQ) has recently been recognised as a key driver of success. 

Read more

Why Do We Gain Weight As We Age

11/11/2019

Gaining weight as we age has become completely normalised in modern society. Men and women in their late 30s and beyond are almost expected to gain weight, even though we've never understood exactly why. While various genetic and lifestyle factors influence weight gain, there are age-related considerations that can't be accounted for by eating or exercise habits alone. As it turns out, how we store and process fat changes substantially as we get older.

Read more

News Archive