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  • Wright Communications - Fidelity Life announces record year of profit
    Fidelity Life s ability to continue delivering strong results in uncertain times Mr Braddock said Fidelity Life is also pleased to announce that the tax paid dividend is increased by 36 from 1 47 to 2 00 per share in recognition of the record profit achieved this year It is anticipated that the dividend will be paid during the week commencing Monday 17 October 2011 to all holders of ordinary shares in the company who are registered as such in the share register at 5 00pm on Friday 7 October 2011 Gross insurance revenue increased 7 to 86 7m with record net new business premium of 14 6m generated during the year an increase of 6 on the previous year Fidelity Life s investment income from insurance business of 36 8m showed another solid performance and was up slightly on 2010 with the Company achieving steady returns in the equity and fixed interest markets The Fidelity KiwiSaver Scheme consolidated its growth during the year funds under management increased 78 to 206m on 30 June 2011 and membership numbers increased by 10 000 to 71 000 Chief Executive Milton Jennings takes great pride in the results the Company has delivered in

    Original URL path: http://wrightcommunications.co.nz/news/2011/9/26/fidelity-life-announces-record-year-of-profit-.aspx (2016-04-27)
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  • Wright Communications - First Colmar Brunton–NZ Woman’s Weekly marriage survey highlights changing face of Kiwi relationships
    attitudes of women under 30 particularly their expectations of sharing responsibilities with their partner Younger women are more likely to be the main breadwinner in their relationship and they are not prepared to take on the housewife role their mother did as well as support the relationship financially Though 60 per cent of those surveyed were completely satisfied with the split of household chores women under 50 were significantly less satisfied with the fairness of how jobs are divided up Interestingly and happily for the state of the relationship given women s expectation for an even playing field men aged under 30 do more around the home and reported being happy with that Clear gender and age group differences also emerged in the analysis of pain points the things partners do which annoy their other half In order the things which annoy women the most about their partners are lack of communication not helping enough around the house and money Women aged under 30 are significantly more annoyed by their partner s lack of communication their partner s poor personal hygiene and their excessive drinking and smoking Issues with money was thing which annoyed men most about their partner followed by a tie between too much nagging and not being loving or romantic enough Sarah Stuart New Zealand Woman s Weekly Editor says the magazine knows New Zealand women But we wanted to understand whether marriage was still important to them A huge percentage 85 per cent of people surveyed imagine being in a relationship with the same person for the rest of their life and 78 per cent said they were still in love with their partner The survey highlighted a further difference in approach among age groups when it comes to dealing with relationship infidelities While women over

    Original URL path: http://wrightcommunications.co.nz/news/2011/9/18/first-colmar-brunton%E2%80%93nz-woman%E2%80%99s-weekly-marriage-survey-highlights-changing-face-of-kiwi-relationships.aspx (2016-04-27)
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  • Wright Communications - Power dressing never looked so feminine
    It has these amazing folds over the hips that make the waist look small Everything is proportioned Andrea believes in business meetings you can often let your clothes do the talking By the time you present in a room the suit has achieved a lot before you open your mouth she says There have been companies around for a long time using amazing wool fibre to create a luxurious suit We are making these more available to women why should men be the best dressed in a corporate environment Dormeuil use a specialty fibre called Kyrgyz White which comes from the celestial mountains from Kyrgyzstan in central Asia It is used in some of the fabrics on offer It comes from a winter goat hair and its belly is combed for this precious fibre which gives a silk like finish to the wool Each Andrea Moore suit is made by a Croatian lady based in Henderson west Auckland whose family has been in tailoring for generations Personalisation is the ultimate in luxury glamour making every wearer a VIP and so it is that Andrea will stitch the owner s name into the care badge of the suit The Andrea Moore

    Original URL path: http://wrightcommunications.co.nz/news/2011/9/12/power-dressing-never-looked-so-feminine.aspx (2016-04-27)
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  • Wright Communications - Northern Sustainable Business Network Awards highlight region’s best
    Conscious Cloth a fashion design house based in Auckland was awarded a Commendation in this category Judges were impressed with the amazing innovation across sustainable product development Westpac won the Trailblazer Large and Corporate Business Award Judges praised the bank s specific targets and achievements in key environmental areas of travel waste and energy Auckland based printing firm Soar Printing took home a Commendation in this category Judges were impressed with Soar s balanced triple bottom line approach with and the fact that the company is NZ s only carbon neutral offset printer Framework Trust which delivers community based mental health and intellectual disability services in greater Auckland won the Trailblazer Not for Profit category Judges commended the Trust s commitment and action on sustainability initiatives in particular its community engagement Modular housing company Box Living won the Emerging Small to Medium Business Award for its whole ethos of designing out problems relating to construction waste and water collection Judges were impressed with their vision and focus on providing a better outcome for more people and good use of local sustainable products Auckland community directory website Localist localist co nz won the Emerging Large Corporate and Business Award Judges liked the approach Localist took in their influence over their market and local communities and their own choices such as recycled office furniture They were also impressed with the number of staff trained in sustainability Northern Region Winners Trailblazer Small to Medium Business Award Winner Tahi Estate Commendation Miranda Brown Conscious Cloth Trailblazer Large and Corporate Business Award Winner Westpac Commendation Soar Printing Trailblazer Not for profit Framework Trust Emerging Small to Medium Business Award Box Living Emerging Large and Corporate Business Award Localist Limited Sponsors Heart of Auckland City Awards Sponsor Parnell Trust Venue Sponsor Yealands Estate Winery Wine Sponsor

    Original URL path: http://wrightcommunications.co.nz/news/2011/9/6/northern-sustainable-business-network-awards-highlight-region%E2%80%99s-best.aspx (2016-04-27)
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  • Wright Communications - Skills4Work welcomes Labour youth package
    are currently not working or in education or training and proposes support and mentoring for at risk school leavers into earning or learning opportunities Rosalie Webster Skills4Work CEO says the figure of 58 000 young people under 25 years old not in work school or training is a wake up call We welcome these concrete proposals announced today Improving the school to work transition creating active training programmes and supporting employers to provide apprentice opportunities are critical Rosalie Webster says This policy shows a real understanding of the problems and the current disconnects Young people need the opportunity to train and industry needs skilled workers in order to grow the economy What is needed is a clear pathway from school to the world of work The announced package includes 5 000 new training places for 16 and 17 year olds 1 000 extra group and shared apprenticeships and plans to fund 9 000 additional apprenticeship places As a Gateway provider and a trainer in industry skills and apprenticeship programmes we understand and support any initiatives aimed at supporting youth employment and training In the end our future is our young people This is about NZ Inc Rosalie says Ends Leave

    Original URL path: http://wrightcommunications.co.nz/news/2011/9/1/skills4work-welcomes-labour-youth-package.aspx (2016-04-27)
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  • Wright Communications - TravelSIM links with New Zealand Post to make global roaming a breeze
    TravelSIM New Zealand CEO James Currah says TravelSIM s deal with New Zealand Post s nationwide store network means more Kiwis will be able to keep in touch while travelling and avoid the dreaded bill shock from global roaming charges New Zealand Post is a trusted retailer and is used as a one stop shop for many Kiwis before heading overseas Now customers can sort out many of their travel needs including picking up a TravelSIM to dramatically save on roaming costs to make their travel experience even better says Mr Currah TravelSIM being a prepaid product gives travellers more control over call and data spending it also offers excellent customer service including a sign up phone call to ensure the service will work where the customer is travelling and help with set up New Zealand Post Group Payment Services GM Terese Tunnicliffe says TravelSIM gives customers added convenience to be able to access travel payment and other related products throughout the PostShop store network Customers can purchase foreign currency loaded for travel multi currency prepaid Visa cards travel insurance put their mail on hold and now purchase a TravelSIM TravelSIM offers overseas roaming charges to its customers at about

    Original URL path: http://wrightcommunications.co.nz/news/2011/8/31/travelsim-links-with-new-zealand-post-to-make-global-roaming-a-breeze.aspx (2016-04-27)
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  • Auckland-based public relations and strategic communications agency
    it a reality by being the key supporting commercial partner of TV ONE s new entertainment series New Zealand s Got Talent read article David Shearer gets sheared by Russel Norman in support of blood cancer By Wright Communications 26 Mar 2012 It was a close shave but Labour Party leader David Shearer won an online poll against Green Party co leader Russel Norman in which Kiwis voted for who they most wanted to see have his head shaved read article David Shearer and Russel Norman go head to head for blood cancer By Wright Communications 05 Mar 2012 Two political party leaders David Shearer and Russel Norman will go head to head in a public voting poll to see which of the pair New Zealanders most want to see shave their head for Leukaemia Blood Cancer New Zealand s LBC Shave for a Cure campaign read article Corporate Cabs App a revolution in customer service By Wright Communications 05 Mar 2012 Corporate Cabs has become the first New Zealand cab company to offer customers the convenience of a smart phone application or App which allows effortless booking at the touch of a screen read article Toyota announces dealer champions By Wright Communications 02 Mar 2012 Manawatu Toyota has claimed back to back Dealer of the Year supreme awards at Toyota New Zealand s Annual Dealer Awards for 2011 the first time this feat has been achieved since new criteria for the award were introduced in 2005 read article Bike is fastest way to get to work in the Commuter Challenge By Wright Communications 16 Feb 2012 Cycling proved to be the quickest way to get to Auckland s CBD during the morning peak hour taking just 30 minutes in this morning s annual Urgent Couriers Commuter Challenge read article

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  • Auckland-based public relations and strategic communications agency
    newsletters and websites read article Urgent drive to find gifts for underprivileged teens By Wright Communications 08 Dec 2011 Urgent Couriers are deploying their angel drivers once again this year to collect presents from Auckland businesses to deliver to the Auckland City Mission for its Christmas appeal read article Kermadec Expedition a fitting tribute to Sir Peter Blake By Wright Communications 07 Dec 2011 The announcement of The Young Blake Expedition voyage to New Zealand s remote northern Kermadec Islands on HMNZS Canterbury was the highlight of a moving tribute ceremony for Sir Peter Blake who was tragically killed 10 years ago today read article Business champions named at 2011 Top 200 Awards By Wright Communications 25 Nov 2011 Kiwi transport giant Mainfreight just keeps on trucking taking out the two supreme titles at the prestigious 2011 Deloitte Management magazine Top 200 Awards last night read article Three peat NZ Law Awards win for James Wells Intellectual Property By Wright Communications 11 Nov 2011 Legendary basketball coach Pat Riley owns trade marks for the phrase three peat in the US but not in New Zealand so it is safe for James Wells Intellectual Property to claim this feat for its third Intellectual Property Law Firm of the Year award in a row read article Westpac crowned 2011 NZI Sustainable Business of the Year By Wright Communications 09 Nov 2011 An outstanding focus on encouraging sustainability has seen Westpac New Zealand named Sustainable Business of the Year at the 2011 NZI National Sustainable Business Network Awards in Auckland tonight read article Ricoh s sustainability reporting wins national award By Wright Communications 08 Nov 2011 Excellence at reporting the cradle to grave impacts of its innovative products has seen Ricoh New Zealand s Sustainability Report 2010 win Best Product Stewardship Reporting commendation

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