Voluntary staff turnover has risen in 23% of organisations in New Zealand over the past year, according to recruiting experts Hays.
Health Minister Jonathan Coleman has today welcomed Auckland Council’s commitment to the local Healthy Families NZ initiative by removing sugar sweetened beverages from vending machines at their leisure sites.
Social Development Minister Anne Tolley and MÄori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell today announced Project 1000; a scheme to provide 1000 new jobs for currently unemployed Hawke’s Bay workers over the next three years.
Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce today announced Government support for a proposal to expand the National Aquarium of New Zealand in Napier to include marine research and create high-skilled, science-based employment.
Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce and Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy have today launched a comprehensive plan to diversify and grow the Hawke’s Bay economy, increasing jobs, income and investment in the region.
An unprecedented response from Auckland consumers regarding an Electricity Authority proposal to increase electricity transmission prices for Aucklanders by an additional $78 million per year shows how unpopular the proposal is, according to Entrust (formerly Auckland Energy Consumer Trust).
For the fourth consecutive year Harcourts has been voted New Zealand’s Most Trusted real estate brand.
Some excellent detective work by Hawkes Bay police staff has netted those responsible for a spate of vandalism attacks that caused thousands of dollars’ worth of damage and left their victims shaken.
Tuimoala Lolohea returns to the starting line-up at fullback with David Fusitu’a moving to the centres for the Vodafone Warriors’ Harvey Norman Women in League encounter with the Penrith Panthers at Mount Smart Stadium on Saturday (5.00pm kick-off; match day sponsor: Harvey Norman).
LIC bulls have again taken the top spots in the all-industry list for top bulls across New Zealand, which is based on a system developed by independent industry experts.
LIC has the following positions in the latest Ranking of Active Sires (RAS) List:
KPMG’s Financial Institutions Performance Survey for the quarter ending March 2016 has found that banks’ strong performance positions them well in an environment of continuing global and domestic uncertainty.
Last year the New Zealand Nurses Organisation’s Mental Health Nurses Section raised the concern that social impact bonds were a "solution looking for a problem".
Comedy duo Jono and Ben have been officially announced as the MCs for the 2016 Spark Stella Awards in Great Lake Taupo.
Southern District Police are warning drivers in the Central Otago Lakes area, especially around Queenstown, to take care as icy roads cause chaos this morning.
There have been hard frosts throughout the district this morning and road users need to drive to the conditions.
Heart Kids, the only charity supporting children suffering from congenital heart defects, is teaming up with dairy company Yashili to help the lives of many of the 12 babies born each week with a heart condition.
By Andy McGechan, BikesportNZ
A man who has been described as the "best motorcycle street racer in the world" will be coming to New Zealand for the first time later this year.
Real estate company Ray White’s decision to market homes to 260 million Chinese is another kick in the teeth to New Zealanders trying to buy their first homes, says New Zealand First.
A project which has led a transformation in Hamilton’s central city has been honoured as a category winner at the Local Government New Zealand Excellence Awards in Dunedin last night.
Massive coastal inundation in Kapiti and Waitara this weekend is yet another reminder to the Government that it has a responsibility to address the problem of rising sea levels caused by climate change, the Green Party said today.
Minister of Health Jonathan Coleman needs to save babies’ lives by directly funding pepi-pods for at-risk families across the country, the Green Party said today.