Thursday, 23 August 2012
"It will be more of the same, so be prepared for a long, slow haul" advised leading economist Dr Ganesh Nana at a recent presentation hosted by WHK in Invercargill.
The Southland Times reports on the Dr Nana's key messages below:
The New Zealand economy is in a difficult position but business in Southland needs to send a signal that the region is not closing down, says a leading New Zealand economist.
Business and Economic Research Ltd chief economist Dr Ganesh Nana gave a presentation to
Thursday, 26 January 2012
Farmers are renowned for spending a lot of time thinking about and working on their business, but one area that often ends up in the "too hard basket" is the thought of succession planning. Over the past decade, land values have increased substantially, the cost of establishing, in particular dairy farming activities, has increased substantially as has, it turns out, the average age of not only dairy farmers, but farmers in general.
Tuesday, 06 December 2011
WHK has continued its tradition of making a substantial donation to the Christmas Food Bank rather than print festive cards. This gesture is appreciated by the growing number of people who need extra support at this time of the year.We are also aware that a large number of our clients are affected either directly or indirectly with the effects of cancer. As well as participating in the Cancer Society's Relay for Life event, WHK Invercargill was the main sponsor of the WHK Cancer Society Ball in
Tuesday, 18 October 2011
WHK is proud to be a sponsor of the Tour of Southland.
Thursday, 29 September 2011
Blue September is about getting the word out about prostate cancer.
This Friday 30th September, our WHK offices are dressing up in blue, painting their faces and donning blue clothing - and in return donating money to help our community and raise awareness.
Blue September is the Prostate Cancer Foundation's national awareness campaign.This year, the campaign takes on even more significance with the rate of annual deaths resulting from prostate cancer
Thursday, 15 September 2011
Loud Shirt Day is being held today, Friday 16th September - this is the annual appeal of The Hearing House and the Southern Cochlear Implant Paediatric Programme.All funds raised will assist the charities dedicated to enabling deaf children with cochlear implants or hearing aids to listen and speak.The Hearing House is based in Auckland and provides services to families in the northern region, the Southern Cochlear Implant Programme is based in Christchurch and provides services to families in
Monday, 05 September 2011
It is not often that a tax case can strike fear into the hearts of both tax advisers and business owners alike, but the Supreme Court decision regarding Penny and Hooper has been one such case.
The court case was about two orthopaedic surgeons (Messrs Penny and Hooper) who independently of each other transferred their respective businesses to companies (which in turn were owned by their family trusts). They then set their salaries at artificially low levels, meaning that the significant
Friday, 26 August 2011
Did you know Multiple Sclerosis (MS) affects women more than men?
MS is a disorder of the central nervous system (CNS) which includes the brain and spinal cord and optic nerves. It's most commonly diagnosed between ages 20 to 40. The cause of MS is still unknown, and researchers continue to work towards a cure.
Without public support, the valuable work by MSNZ would not be possible. WHK is proud to support the Multiple
Monday, 24 May 2010
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