16 Apr 2009
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In February Infratil held its annual Investor Day for investment analysts, institutional fund managers and others with an interest in Infratil's businesses. This update provides a summary of the day's discussions and presentations.
13 Oct 2008
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10 weeks after its launch 30,000 Wellingtonians are making low-value payments (such as for a bus ride) with Snapper, which by this time next year may be widely available around New Zealand. This Update explains Snapper and why Infratil, a utility company, is backing a payment card.
1 Apr 2008
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In February Infratil held its first Investor Day for investment analysts and institutional fund managers to meet the Infratil team and receive briefings on Infratil's businesses. This Update provides a summary of the presentations given that day.
19 Dec 2007
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Wellington's links with the world. This Update looks at Wellington Airportâs work to encourage airlines to provide direct links with Asia and America, why airlines can now offer this service, and why the Wellington aviation market would support such a service.
8 Oct 2007
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Going green is not expensive for New Zealand electricity consumers. In this Update Infratil looks at how New Zealand's electricity prices compare with Australia's and how their relativities could alter as both coutnries move to a world that includes pricing of carbon.
5 Apr 2007
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Infratil's public transport operations are now renamed NZ Bus: NZ Bus is the leading provider of public transport in Auckland and Wellington.
20 Sep 2006
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Transtasman Air Market: Wellington Airport - taking an active role in the debate over the proposed airline cartel.
28 Mar 2006
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Public Transport: This Update reviews Infratil's $252 million investment into Auckland and Wellington public transport. It is critical for Infratil to be the public transport operator with the lowest cost and best and most liked service
17 Sep 2005
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Terminal Upgrade: This Update reviews Wellington Airport's intended International Terminal development, long-haul services to Wellington, the Tasman airfare "bloodbath", and Infratil's investment in Kent International Airport