Australia and New Zealand’s leading accounting software solutions provider MYOB continues to invest in the local market, opening its second Christchurch office this week.
The Ministry for Primary Industries must take urgent action to protect New Zealand’s $150 million organic food and beverage industry by establishing a certification regime, Labour’s Primary Industries spokesperson Damien O’Connor says.
Strengthening education and trade links will be the focus of Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment Minister Steven Joyce’s first visit to Latin America.
In what’s arguably the equivalent of making it into the All Blacks squad for a bull, a rigorous four-year selection process has resulted in CRV Ambreed’s latest group of proven sires that are set to become household names.
The Honourable Maggie Barry, Minister for Senior Citizens, today released the 2014 Report on the Positive Ageing Strategy at the Age Concern New Zealand annual conference, "Celebrating Age: Act locally, think globally".
Startup Weekend New Zealand ends the year on a high note proud to announce that Auckland Startup Weekend November winners Garden Genie (http://GardenGenie.co) have won first prize in the first ever e-commerce circle of the 4th annual Global Startup Battle.
A murky and significant area of law regarding KiwiSaver and bankruptcy has been clarified following the decision of the Court of Appeal handed down on 17 April.
34 finalists in the PAK’n SAVE Kapiti Sportsperson of the Year Awards were announced this week.
New Zealand Football’s drive to achieve on the world stage took another step forward on Monday as the Recognition of Prior Learning programme was launched for the country’s coaches.
Public feedback is being sought on whether New Zealand should sign up to an international agreement aimed at getting rid of the illicit trade in tobacco products.
The New Zealand Defence Force’s commitment of mentors and support staff to the Afghan National Army Officer Academy in Afghanistan has been extended out to December 2016, Defence Minister Gerry Brownlee says.
Labour’s Housing spokesperson Phil Twyford has described the Prime Minister’s latest comments on the Auckland housing crisis as bizarre.
HotelQuickly Asia's leading last-minute hotel booking app, is launching in New Zealand giving Kiwis a better deal when it comes to hotel room rates.
Sunday brunch in Auckland is about to get a lot more cosmopolitan with Nic Watt introducing MASU’s new Nichiyo menu on May 3.
New Zealand First wants the Minister for MÄori Development to seek an injunction against the MÄori Education Trust to block the sale of the former Holmes Farm - Mapuna Atea.
The Commerce Commission has today announced it will formally review the non-price terms of the Unbundled Bitstream Access (UBA) Standard Terms Determination (STD) under the Telecommunications Act.
Social Development Minister Anne Tolley has announced that an independent panel has been established to lead a complete overhaul of Child, Youth and Family, to ensure that the agency delivers the best possible results for vulnerable children and their families in the decades ahead.
New Zealand’s largest wine exporter has welcomed yesterday’s announcement from Steven Joyce, the Minister of Economic Development, and NZ Winegrowers, that the government will implement legislation for approved geographical indicators to protect New Zealand’s internationally famous wine gro
The NZ Transport Agency and Hamilton based consultancy Bloxam Burnett and Olliver were the big winners at the 2015 New Zealand Planning Institute Awards presented in Auckland on Friday night.
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