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    • Ambos dust off Onesies for annual appeal August 17, 2018
      LISTEN: Wellington Free Ambulance Street Appeal is all about the onesies The post Ambos dust off Onesies for annual appeal appeared first on NewsWire.co.nz.
      Bonnie Mosen
    • Mayor throws on Onesie for ambulance appeal August 17, 2018
      LISTEN: Mayor Justin Lester onboard with street appeal The post Mayor throws on Onesie for ambulance appeal appeared first on NewsWire.co.nz.
      Bonnie Mosen
    • Simple solution to stay safe online August 17, 2018
      LISTEN: Netsafe CEO has some simple tips for online safety. NICO HENDRICKS reports. The post Simple solution to stay safe online appeared first on NewsWire.co.nz.
      Nicholas Hendricks
    • Burger competition sparks debate over fries August 16, 2018
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      Nikita Rawnsley-Wratt
    • International success for a Petone pizzeria August 16, 2018
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      Jayden Tamarua
    • LISTEN: BSA wants to know how you monitor online content for kids August 16, 2018
      The BSA wants to know about your kid's viewing habits. BONNIE MOSEN reports. The post LISTEN: BSA wants to know how you monitor online content for kids appeared first on NewsWire.co.nz.
      Bonnie Mosen
    • Listen: Parisians shocked at latest attempt to clean up their city August 16, 2018
      LISTEN: New urinals are a little too public according to one French man. NICO HENDRICKS reports. The post Listen: Parisians shocked at latest attempt to clean up their city appeared first on NewsWire.co.nz.
      Nicholas Hendricks
    • LISTEN: High hopes for success of miscarriage bill August 16, 2018
      Hopes a private members bill will get cross party support . LEAH TEBBUTT reports The post LISTEN: High hopes for success of miscarriage bill appeared first on NewsWire.co.nz.
      Leah Tebbutt
    • LISTEN: Teachers strike for a better life balance August 16, 2018
      Teachers are missing out on time with their children due to job pressure. LEAH TEBBUTT reports: The post LISTEN: Teachers strike for a better life balance appeared first on NewsWire.co.nz.
      Leah Tebbutt
    • LISTEN: Decade of neglect behind teacher strike August 15, 2018
      Striking teacher tells government the dwindling education workforce has had enough and it's time to act. LEAH TEBBUTT reports from today's rally in Wellington. The post LISTEN: Decade of neglect behind teacher strike appeared first on NewsWire.co.nz.
      Leah Tebbutt
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Fonterra close to unveiling plans

The New Zealand Herald has a story about how Fonterra is expected to announce its second proposal for capital reform within the next fortnight.
 
Fonterra is facing pressure and increased competition from other dairy nations, including America, Ireland and the Netherlands.

It needs more moolah to stabilise its balance sheets against drought and other shooks and to advance its global growth ambitions into the highly lucrative ingredients and brands markets (see Paediatric and health and wellness nutrition, proteinised beverages and nutraceuticals and specialised cheeses).

The proposed restructure would be done in stages and take up to four years to achieve, says Fonterra chairman Henry van der Heyden (above right):

Dairy giant Fonterra is expected to unveil its second proposal for capital structure reform within days as the threat to its world-beating exporter status gathers pace in rival dairying countries.

Parties close to the capital structure reform plan indicated New Zealand’s biggest company would reveal the long-awaited proposal within a fortnight. READ MORE.

Speaking of the New Zealand dairy giant, Scoop has a story about how the price of milk powder jumped more tha 24% on its Cooperative Group’s online auction.  CLICK HERE to read more.

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NZX to launch futures market

Commodify Me! would like to draw your attention to a story by the NZPA that appeared on Stuff last month about the New Zealand Stock Exchange’s (NZX) plans to launch a  futures market for trading whole milkpowder in ‘The Land of the Long White Cloud’:

Stock exchange operator NZX is launching a futures market for trading whole milkpowder – but says the contracts will be settled only in cash, rather than physical delivery. READ HERE