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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    AJ Hackett Bungy's swinging into Taupo

    AJ Hackett Bungy's swinging into Taupo


    The Commerce Commission's allowing subsidiary Queenstown Bungy - which operates in the southern town and Auckland - to join forces with Taupo Bungy.

    Commission chair Anna Rawlings says the acquisition's unlikely to substantially lessen competition.

    The Commerce Commission will clear a merger if it's also unlikely to impact competition.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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     Today's News

    Rugby:
    The Blues battle for the halfback position is heating up as Super Rugby Aotearoa passes the halfway mark 11:27

    Rugby:
    World Rugby's 15s referees boss Alain Rolland is stepping down from his role at the end of the month 10:47

    Health & Safety:
    A meat processing company's been fined more than 200-thousand dollars after a worker suffered burns to nearly all his body in 2018 10:27

    Law and Order:
    A US judge has denied bail for Jeffrey Epstein's longtime associate, who's charged with luring young girls for him to abuse 10:07

    Business:
    Auckland Council is going back to its original plan for rates increases 9:26

    Christchurch:
    Two people have died in a house fire in Christchurch overnight 8:16

    Golf:
    Tiger Woods can expect the rarest of sounds on a golf course when he makes his return at the Memorial Tournament in Ohio this week... silence 8:06

    Rugby League:
    A blowout in English football's second tier 7:56

    Business:
    It seems Wellington is the area least affected by dips in the housing market 7:46

    Basketball:
    A welcome addition to the Canterbury Rams for their remaining five games of the national basketball league 7:36


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