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Icehouse alumni Adherium gets ASX listing

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The Icehouse will tack another medal onto an already-decorated body of work this week: Adherium will become the first of the incubator’s alumni to cross the listing threshold. A digital health technology company whose focus is to addresss the sub-optimal medication use in chronic disease, Adherium is now listed on …

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Tracking the dairy fallout- 19 August

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Today’s news rings positive following several weeks of doom and gloom. This starting with the announcement that dairy product prices have increased for the first time in six months with the average winning GDT price climbing 14.8 per cent to $1,974USD. The word this morning was that the New Zealand …

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Dairy product prices increase for first time in six months

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Dairy product prices jumped in the latest GlobalDairyTrade auction, rising for the first time in nearly six months on reduced volume of whole milk powder on offer. The GDT average winning prices climbed 14.8 percent to US$1,974, up from US$1,815 at the previous auction two weeks ago. It was the …

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NZ dollar little changed as dairy product prices bounce as expected

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The New Zealand dollar was little changed after dairy product prices jumped as expected at auction overnight, as the bounce had already been priced into the local currency. The kiwi was at 65.84 US cents at 8am in Wellington, from 65.89 cents at 5pm yesterday. The trade-weighted index edged lower …

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Tatua calls for independent review of milk pricing

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Milk processor Tatua Co-operative Dairy Company is calling for a full and independent review of the way milk pricing is set following concerns that inefficient milk supply and capital investments could be made under the current model. In its submission to the Commerce Commission’s government-ordered review of the Dairy Industry …

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Commerce Commission follows through with price-fixing suit against Wrightson, Elders, others

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The Commerce Commission has filed court proceedings against PGG Wrightson, Elders New Zealand and five individuals it claims fixed fees charged during the introduction of a national livestock tagging scheme. The regulator is in discussions with a third company, Rural Livestock. The commission alleges the companies and individuals breached the Commerce Act by establishing three …

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