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January 23, 2012 • News, Sustainability, World NewsComments (0)

Coca-Cola Amatil New Zealand (CCANZ) will undergo a $15 million overhaul, investing in a new technology that will see CCANZ design and self-manufacture its own PET plastic beverage bottles using fewer raw materials. With a further investment of $9 million into infrastructure to repair and re-establish operations at the Woolston site, after damage sustained

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Wood Manufacturers Undergoing Inspection

December 16, 2011 • UncategorizedComments (0)

Manufacturing is a challenging business. But for wood manufacturing, the stakes are particularly high. The main reason is attributed to work and safety issues within the industry. WorkCover NSW recently announced plans to inspect fifteen Hunter businesses.

Apple iTV Set to Dominate the TV Industry

December 2, 2011 • Technology, World NewsComments (0)

It comes as no surprise that Apple will soon unveil a new product but this time it will leave TV manufacturers at unease. The company will begin its production for the “iTV” with output from Japan. There is speculation that Apple will be working on their

World’s Fastest Police Car Puts Rubber to the Road

December 1, 2011 • Events, World NewsComments (0)

  Crime-doers in Germany should start watching their back – German authorities have unveiled what is claimed to be the world’s fastest police car at the Essen Motor Show. The already stove-hot Audi R8 GT-R has been fettled by German tuner ABT

Rio and BHP: Eurozone Crisis Entering Dangerous New Period

November 29, 2011 • UncategorizedComments (0)

As treasure Wayne Swan prepares to hand down the government’s mid-year economic and fiscal outlook today, BHP executive Marius Kloppers warned the world was “entering into the next phase of this whole contagion”. He was joined by Rio

Rio Chairman: China “Slowing Visibly”

November 9, 2011 • Mining & Resources, World NewsComments (0)

Rio Tinto chairman Jan du Piessis said on Monday the Chinese economy was slowing visibly, but strong domestic demand and manageable debt levels should make the Asian powerhouse’s economy resilient to a “sharp correction” in OECD economies.

The End of Australia’s Commodore?

November 8, 2011 • Featured, Mining & Resources, World NewsComments (0)

The Holden Commodore, being one of Australia’s most popular cars has been sold for over 15 years. There are now claims that there will be an end to the local production of the cars with designs emerging overseas in the future. The move will see a loss of