New World CyberBase's half-year losses to September 30 narrowed to $15.85 million from $63.77 million a year earlier, helped by surging turnover. The technology arm of blue-chip New World Development reported that turnover jumped 90.5 per cent from a year earlier to $46.51 million. The company said revenue was bolstered by income of $16.4 million from the disposal of two properties. The company registered a loss per share of 1.8 cents, against an adjusted loss last year of 11.4 cents per share. No interim dividend was declared, the same as last year.