30 June 2005Home Shop Ltd, which sells clothing and linen door-to-door from trucks, has been convicted and fined $12,000 for selling counterfeit clothing to an Auckland student.
28 June 2005The Commerce Commission today confirmed that it will hold a conference to hear submissions on the Commission's draft determination relating to Open Country Cheese Company Limited's dispute with Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited.
27 June 2005Telecommunications Commissioner Douglas Webb says that both Telecom and consumers stand to gain if Telecom is prepared to take the initiative and develop a comprehensive and fair relationship covering access to its fixed network by other operators.
24 June 2005The Commerce Commission has received an application from Fletcher Concrete and Infrastructure Limited seeking clearance to acquire the assets of W Stevenson & Sons Limited building products division.
21 June 2005The relevant DHB districts are Hawke's Bay, Canterbury, South Canterbury, West Coast, Otago and Southland.
15 June 2005The Commerce Commission has received an application from Pernod Ricard S.A. (Pernod) seeking clearance to acquire the entire share capital of Allied Domecq plc (Allied).
9 June 2005The Commerce Commission has recommended to the Minister of Communications that the termination of fixed line voice calls on a cellular telephone network should be regulated. However, the Commission has specifically excluded from its recommendation voice calls using third generation (3G) mobile technology.
3 June 2005Koppers Arch Wood Protection and its General Manager Roy Parish were today convicted and fined $25,000 and $8,000 respectively in the Manukau District Court for breaches of the Commerce Act 1986.
2 June 2005The Commerce Commission is urging people thinking of buying a house under a rent-to-buy contract to make sure they're getting the protections the new Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance (CCCF) Act provides for them. The Commission urges purchasers to ensure they receive independent advice about such an important transaction.