Meat Workers Union members working for AFFCO Talley’s in their eight North Island plants welcome the support shown at the NZ Labour Party conference over the weekend, says Graham Cooke, National Secretary, NZMWU.
The ‘We’re relying on you’ campaign is hosting a picnic on the lawns of Parliament at 1pm on Equal Pay Day, Tuesday 10 November. We are celebrating the success of our campaign to get commitment and support for equal pay from MPs across all the political parties in parliament.
The second weekend of the Kāpiti Arts Trail was as popular as the first, with locals and people from outside the district visiting more than 100 artists who participated in the event.
Police has released the name of the man who died following an assault in Whanganui overnight.
He is Craig Campbell Rippon, 57, from Whanganui.
Team Wellington went to the top of the ASB Youth League on Sunday with a 3-0 victory over Auckland United at Centre Park in Mangere.
The Mighty Ape Wellington Firebirds have got off to a winning start in defence of their Georgie Pie Super Smash title, getting away with a slippery performance in the field that saw a number of chances go begging.
The chequered flag has come down on another successful ITM 500 Auckland V8 Supercars with Jamie Whincup (Red Bull Racing Australia) winning the Jason Richards Trophy in the V8 Supercars Championship’s third year back at Pukekohe Park Raceway.
“Every year since the start of my career, when I'm flying out here to do a week of prep before this tournament, I’ve written my goals down on the back of my boarding pass…”
Plunket is urging New Zealand families to think about their children’s safety while they’re on the roads this holiday weekend.
Lucy Akers nabbed her second grand prix win in as many weeks today at the Manawatu A and P Show in Feilding.
Squirrel Money, New Zealand’s leading challenger in the mortgage broking market, introduces New Zealand’s first true peer-to-peer (P2P) lending service.
Squirrel Money connects real lenders with real borrowers in a way New Zealand hasn’t seen before.
"We need to get her home."
That from Christchurch ex-pat Courtenay Washington, the step sister of a young woman whose vehicle was hit by an eighteen wheel truck in Texas two weeks ago.
A new consumer awareness campaign by the Electrical Workers Registration Board (EWRB) has begun and aims to encourage homeowners to think a little more closely about electrical work being carried out in their homes.
Canterbury DHB is increasing vigilance around hand hygiene after three people in Canterbury have tested positive as potential carriers of the rare bacteria Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE).
To celebrate The Exponents being honoured with the 2015 NZ Herald Legacy Award and their induction into the NZ Music Hall of Fame, Universal Music are proud to announce the first ever vinyl release of the group’s classic 1992 album Something Beginning With C.
Labour’s ground-breaking new policy on reforming planning rules will make housing more affordable, Labour’s Housing spokesperson Phil Twyford says.
A high impact sculpture embracing a potted version of New Zealand history with electronic gaming is to be installed on the four plinths on the Waterfront between Te Papa and Circa Theatre.
Tauranga lawyer Belinda Pidwell has been appointed as an acting District Court Judge with a Family Court warrant to serve in the Waitakere District Court, Attorney-General Christopher Finlayson announced today.
Labour will use the government’s $40 billion in buying power to create jobs and back local businesses by requiring suppliers to make job creation in New Zealand a determining factor for contracts, Opposition Leader Andrew Little says.
The Taxpayers’ Union is welcoming the announcement from the Wellington Chamber of Commerce that they will initiative legal proceedings against Wellington City Council to challenge the recent contractor decision made by Councillors.
Taxpayers’ Union Spokesman, Ben Craven, says:
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