Facilitation application ahead of Strike 2 by caregivers – E tÅ«

E tū has applied to the Employment Relations Authority for facilitation of the dispute over working conditions at Woburn Masonic...

Further round of consultation essential on bank capital proposals – BusinessNZ

BusinessNZ is calling for a further round of consultation on the Reserve Bank’s capital adequacy decisions made today. Chief executive Kirk...

Process concerns in market study – BusinessNZ

BusinessNZ is voicing process concerns in the market study into the retail fuel sector released today. BusinessNZ says market studies are...

Reserve Bank decision disappointing for small business and rural sector

Today’s announcement of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand’s decision on capital lending will have a significant impact on small...

Claymark members wait for certainty – E tu

E tū says uncertainty hangs over the future of forest products firm Claymark Group after it was placed in receivership,...

Federated Farmers tells banks to be fair about passing on costs

Federated Farmers is urging the trading banks to absorb as much as possible of the additional costs of new bank...

Local developer chosen in agreement on council’s new Masterton building

Greater Wellington Regional Council has agreed in principle to sell its former Masterton office to local property development company Endeavour...

Suncorp NZ, Vero and Asteron Life websites now shielded sites

Leading insurance websites Suncorp New Zealand, Vero and Asteron Life are now Shielded Sites. Shielded Sites are a Woman’s Refuge...

Law Society President congratulates new Queen’s Counsel appointees

New Zealand Law Society President Tiana Epati congratulates the eight lawyers who have been appointed Queen’s Counsel today. The Queen’s Counsel...

30 year service recognised – WOW

An association spanning more than 30 years has come to an end with Dunedin lawyer Stephen Grant stepping down from...

Commercial construction bounces back – Stats NZ

The volume of non-residential building work rose in the September 2019 quarter after falling in the June quarter, Stats NZ...

Segregation plant builds new future for West Coast dairy industry

Westland Milk Products is encouraging dairy producers to tap into the future and benefit from a $22million investment in a...

New Zealand Rugby Selects AWS-Powered Analytics for Deeper Game Insights

Amazon Web Services Inc. (AWS), an Amazon.com company, today announced that New Zealand Rugby (NZR) has selected the Play in...

Sentiment swings on comments, crude oil

Markets reversed their recent trajectory in overnight trading. Shares rose with copper and crude oil, and bonds sold off. More...

Insurance changes should make process easier for consumers – Financial Advice NZ

Government proposals to overhaul insurance contract laws should make the whole process of taking out insurance easier and simpler to...

Vital support for investigative journalism and documentaries that challenge

Hard-hitting investigative journalism, climate change, the story behind a high-profile commune, and indigenous art are in the line-up of NZ...

Eugene DeMarco jailed for defrauding aircraft company – SFO

A former employee of a company owned by Sir Peter Jackson and Dame Fran Walsh has been sentenced to two...

Vodafone New Zealand releases latest sustainability report

Vodafone has released its latest sustainability report, which outlines the company’s progress on its sustainability goals over the last year. The...

Banking industry welcomes conclusion to RBNZ capital review process

The New Zealand Bankers’ Association today welcomed the conclusion of the Reserve Bank’s review of how much capital New Zealand’s...

5G ‘peaceful placard protest’ at Spark today

Today, Thursday December 5th 2019 there is to be a ‘Peaceful Placard Protest’ outside Spark’s Auckland Head Office in Victoria...

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