The infant formula industry looks forward to the lifting of bans on product imposed during the whey protein scare, now that tests show there was never any botulism risk, says Infant Nutrition Council (INC) CEO Jan Carey.
Two innovative University of Otago research projects focused on enabling bio-manufacturing of key industrial chemicals and developing new bee-friendly insecticides have been funded in the government’s latest science investment round.
3 September 2008 - Following much recent debate about the lack of public art in cities, pedestrians have voiced their opinion on the new street-level gallery in downtown Auckland, showing it their support and admiration.
The North Island leg of New Zealand's largest rural equipment and vehicle auction is scheduled to take place at Aratiatia Station in Taupo later this month.
This year’s inaugural Teachers’ Workchoice Day events were successful in uniting education and industry in a bid to avert a looming youth employment crisis in New Zealand.
Revelations today no botulism was found in Fonterra’s whey protein is a complete systems failure by the Ministry for Primary Industries, Labour’s Primary Industries spokesperson Damien O’Connor says.
A Bill that will provide a six-month time limit on the council processing of medium-sized consents and a streamlined process for Auckland’s first Unitary Plan has passed its third reading in Parliament tonight.
A landmark agreement between Auckland Council and the University of Auckland Business School has been signed with the intent of supporting MÄori through Haere Whakamua, a jointly developed indigenous social enterprise programme.
Research released today has found that New Zealanders feel more passionate about Kiwiana clichés and symbols, think the silver fern and the Pavlova, than their own national flag!
Fine food producers in New Zealand looking for growth opportunities need to consider India, a market with a top-end income population as large as all the citizens of Japan.
The management of significant natural areas (SNAs) in New Plymouth District should continue to be a collaboration between landowners and the Council, rather than directed by District Plan rules.
Auckland Council today adopted new draft guidelines for the use of camera surveillance in public places.
The Green Party is celebrating the inclusion of full online voter enrolment as part of the changes to electoral law announced today by the Government.
New Zealand First says the Government is in denial about its neglect of regions and should start putting something back into the places that create our export wealth.
Melbourne Vixens rookies Kate Moloney and Erin Hoare will again suit up for the Victorian side in the 2014 ANZ Championship after both players signed on for one year deals with the club.
John Key’s claim that the drawn-out legal battle for Red Zone property owners has ‘been fun’ is offensive and he should apologise, says Labour’s Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Spokesperson Ruth Dyson.
The New Zealand Fluoridation Information Service has praised the Hamilton City Council over the fair and balanced information it has put out about its decision to end fluoridation after a four day tribunal process.
One of the 1.8 tonne standing bronze bulls that captured the Christchurch public’s imagination last year and is the focus of Christchurch Art Gallery Trust’s Back the Bull campaign, has returned to the city - but is just on loan at present.
United Future’s Flexi-Super policy will do nothing to address the growing financial burden of New Zealand’s aging population, ACT Leader John Banks said today.
Robin Whyman is the dental consultant for the Ministry of Health’s National Fluoridation Information Service and is arguably the top fluoridation promoter in the country.
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