Tip Top’s Upper South Island operations for sale – Bayleys

The land and building housing a major storage and distribution facility for Tip Top ice cream’s Upper South Island operations...

Bruce Robertson has resigned as the Independent Chair of GMANZ

Former Hospitality New Zealand Chief Executive Bruce Robertson has resigned as the Independent Chair of The Gambling Machine Association of...

ACC risking thousands of essential care and support worker jobs – E tu

Over 25,000 care and support workers throughout New Zealand provide essential, life-critical services within our communities every day. This includes ACC’s...

Protecting elephant-friendly tourism

Elephant venues leading Asia’s tourism industry towards a high-welfare future are facing collapse due to the coronavirus crisis, and today...

Best Foods responds to Covid-19 sponsorship challenges with digital content series

 New Zealand’s favourite mayonnaise brand, Best Foods, has cleverly adapted to the marketing challenges presented by COVID-19 - namely, the...

Green plan walks the talk – CTU

The union movement wholeheartedly backs the Greens’ three point plan released yesterday to support essential workers with real say in...

Tourism operators relieved to get back to work – Tourism Industry Aotearoa

Today’s announcement that travel within New Zealand will be allowed at COVID-19 Alert Level 2 is a huge relief to...

‘FIRST Union welcomes “land-mark” decision in courier case’

FIRST Union is describing today's decision by the Employment Court reclassifying a contract courier driver as an employee as a...

‘ORC issues good practice reminder for Moving Day’

Moving day for farmers will go ahead The Otago Regional Council (ORC) is reminding farmers and stock truck drivers to be...

‘Delay in country of origin labelling will harm Kiwi pork sector’

A 12-month delay implementing the new country of origin labelling laws will harm Kiwi farmers and pork producers, at a...

More state housing: A 1930s-style solution for a 1930s-style downturn – Infometrics

The government has a clear opportunity to address New Zealand’s shortage of social housing and support the residential construction industry...

Business-led recovery supported by private capital – NZPC

New Zealand private capital investors acted early to support the companies they invest in with additional capital to help them...

Spark teams up with Microsoft to bring Xbox All Access to New Zealand

Spark announced today it is the exclusive partner for Microsoft’s Xbox All Access program in New Zealand, offering a simple...

Otago Polytechnic proposes multi-million-dollar ‘shovel-ready’ projects

Otago Polytechnic has acted on the Government’s call to develop "shovel-ready" projects, proposing two multi-million-dollar developments aimed at stimulating and...

Neighbourly offers free Business Boost

The impact of five weeks in lockdown is really starting to sink in for thousands of businesses across the country....

Beef cattle numbers up as prices rise – Stats NZ

Nationally, beef cattle numbers rose 5 percent to about 3.9 million in 2019, as beef prices and exports increased, Stats...

Demand for consumer credit ‘declines by more than 70% during lockdown’

Research released today by Equifax New Zealand shows that consumer credit demand fell by up to 71% during the COVID-19...

Otago workers backing Taieri Gorge staff

Otago workers are backing staff at Dunedin Railways Limited trying to keep the Taieri Gorge railway in action. Unions Otago, the...

‘Shots in the arm’ for Marlborough businesses

A campaign for Marlborough to ‘support local and buy local’ and another to get some early domestic visitors back to...

‘COVID-19 will not halt Little Island’s NZ$2m capital raise’

Despite the economic pressures of the COVID-19 crisis, Kiwi plant-based food manufacturer, Little Island has confirmed plans to acquire a...

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