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...

Ngai Tahu Farm Manager named Fonterra Dairy Woman of the Year

The prestigious dairy award was announced at tonight’s Dairy Women’s Network virtual awards evening. (Wednesday 6 May). The other finalists were...

New Dairy Women’s Network Regional Leader award won by Mid-Canterbury farmer

The Dairy Women’s Network inaugural Regional Leader of the Year award was won by Mid-Canterbury farmer Tania Burrows. The award, which...

Transpower’s COVID-19 deferred payment offer to consumers falls short

Transpower has offered some of its direct and indirect customers a reduction in bills for three months proportional to the...

No time to lose in allowing safe NZ travel – Tourism Industry Aotearoa

A new Reserve Bank assessment of the economic impact of COVID-19 underlines the importance of getting New Zealanders moving again. Economic...

Federated Farmers applauds visa flexibility changes

The omens are good that the government will be pragmatic on visa flexibility for migrant workers needed to accelerate economic...

New Zealand trade after the COVID-19 outbreak update – Stats NZ

Daily goods trade data between 1 February and 29 April gives an updated glance at New Zealand’s trade with the...

Waikato businesses resilient, but gunning for Level 2 – Chamber of Commerce

While Waikato businesses appear to be faring better under Alert Level 3, they have had to lay off more staff...

Increased demand for enterprise messaging during crisis

The shift from traditional enterprise environments to remote-based working is fuelling global demand for mobile alerting and crisis management, according...

Local call centre staff shine brightly at 2degrees

2degrees has put a spotlight on its 400-strong, New Zealand based call centre team in the latest iteration of its...

Kleenex partners with Lifeline as pandemic leads record numbers to seek help

Kleenex is proud to support Lifeline Aotearoa as it responds to increased calls for help during the COVID-19 pandemic and...

Stanley St Advertising Agency develops free campaign to help Kiwi businesses

Stanley St, New Zealand’s largest independently owned advertising agency, has developed and launched a campaign that gives a voice and...

Feed fund appreciated for drought-stricken farmers – DairyNZ

DairyNZ says today’s announcement of a $500,000 government fund for drought recovery will be appreciated by farmers in need of...

Waterfront farm with development potential for sale – Bayleys

A boutique waterfront Northland grazing farm with extensive private headland beach access to the Kaipara Harbour has been placed on...

James Hardie jobs losses devastating – E tu

Workers at James Hardie are angry to learn during Level 3 lockdown that the company intends to close their cement...

Opoho is a growing oasis on the Pacific Coast Highway – Bayleys

A Northern Hawkes Bay property with a location capturing the benefits of a coastal climate, with the rainfall consistency of...

Migrant groups warn of impending humanitarian crisis without Govt support – union

The Union Network of Migrants (UNEMIG), Migrante Aotearoa and the Indian Workers Association (IWA) are warning that the basis for...

Rabobank NZ teams up with KiwiHarvest to reduce food waste

Food and agribusiness specialist Rabobank New Zealand has announced a new partnership agreement with national food rescue charity KiwiHarvest to...

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