Investors beware — don't all move to the same side of the boat. By Brian Gaynor
New Zealand's largest port says it's ready to go on its new terminal extension, but "fast track" consents have been slow in coming.
The programme will target South Island centres initially, with a focus on retail areas, council facilities, universities and polytechs.
Electricity company slices $15 million from full-year earnings guidance.
Some jobs will be maintained until demand declines.
Import terminal would supply Northland and Auckland and generate fees of about $100 million a year.
Offshore permit surrender won't be the last, NZOG says.
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