Fulton Hogan allayed competition concerns surrounding its purchase of Stevenson Group's construction materials business by leaving the Huntly quarry out of the acquisition . . . Continue to read full article . . .>
“Lingering debate over the form of rapid transit to Auckland Airport reveals a lack of clarity about the role for light and heavy rail and this issue must be resolved when the business case is released,” says Infrastructure NZ CEO Stephen Selwood.
Air New Zealand has unveiled an initial-concept multiplayer spatial computing gaming experience in Los Angeles today at the first L.E.A.P. conference, hosted by US-based spatial computing company Magic Leap.
Corrections staff have identified a number of issues relating to the manufacture of its rapid-build modular units for prisoner accommodation during quality assurance trips to China reported by Laura Walters for Newsroom.