Recent changes to how the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) manages government website domain names will increase online security and result in greater public trust in government websites.
Symantec Corp. (NASDAQ:SYMC), the global leader in cybersecurity, today announced the availability of Encryption Everywhere, a website security package available through web hosting providers.
MÄori businesses are giving rangatahi (youth) an inside look at what skills they will need to be part of New Zealand’s booming $40 billion MÄori economy.
New Zealand Media and Entertainment (NZME) announced today a new radio station Mix104 is coming to Nelson on Tuesday 7 June.
Two organisations committed to the Jersey breed are joining forces and expertise to breed even better dairy cows into the future.
The Human Rights Commission has welcomed the Government’s Hidden Talent Tour to encourage employers to take on more New Zealanders with disabilities.
Mayor Annette Main says the Whanganui District Council put forward a strong argument against today’s announcement by Air New Zealand that they will withdraw services from Whanganui Airport.
A roaring chorus of "Yes!" erupted from the Delaware North kitchen at Wellington Airport this afternoon after US-owned Delaware North abandoned its bid for youth rates.
The Scrap Metal Recycling Association of NZ is concerned that proposals such as the one being considered in the Tasman District send the wrong message to communities about metals recycling.
An elaborate scam is catching out people expecting an invoice from their builder.
Peoples Coffee is pleased to announce Shaun Anderson as their new General Manager after current GM Liv Doogue stepped down last week.
Vodafone’s mobile phone network has been named ‘Best in Test’ by the international leader in mobile performance testing, P3 Communications.
Funding for TB control is less than it has been in the past but Federated Farmers is confident the new programme will continue to make progress with a more efficient spend of the money.
Confirmation that the Sevens tournament will stay in Wellington for at least three more years is great news, says Chamber Chief Executive John Milford. "Wellington is the right place for the Sevens, so there was only ever going to be one decision, but now we have work to do.
Airways New Zealand has today confirmed new prices for its air traffic management services to airlines, light aircraft and general aviation operators.
"Social infrastructure is the clear winner from Budget 2016, with significant allocations made in housing, corrections and education, indicating that 2017 will be the year for investment in transport, particularly in Auckland," said New Zealand Council for Infrastructure Development Chief Executi
E tÅ« says there is nothing in the Budget to settle care worker, Kristine Bartlett’s equal pay claim and finally lift pay rates for poorly paid care workers.
Central North Island electricity generator, King Country Energy (KCE), has said today that it is disappointed with the Electricity Authority’s proposed changes to the Transmission Pricing Methodology (TPM) guidelines and the review of the Distributed Generation Pricing Principles (DGPP) release
Today’s release of the 2016 Government Budget is good news for New Zealand’s small business economy, says Xero’s Managing Director Anna Curzon.
Lenovo (HKSE: 992) (ADR: LNVGY) today announced the appointment of Mike Hill as Country Manager for New Zealand, effective immediately.
Master Electricians is calling for electrical apprentices from around the country to show off their talent and passion by competing in the 2016 Electrical Apprentice of the Year Competition (The Challenge).
Cancer diagnostics company Pacific Edge Limited (NZX: PEB) has reported another year of commercial progress and growth as it continues to gain traction for its bladder cancer diagnostic products in the United States and other targeted markets.
New Zealand’s love affair with avocados has produced record-breaking domestic sales of $41 million during the 2015-16 season.
Farmers are resigned to another tight season after Fonterra confirmed its milk price at $4.25 for the coming season. Dairy chairman Andrew Hoggard said: "Many were hopeful of a price in the vicinity of $4.50, so optimistic farmers will be feeling disappointed.
The Commerce Commission has today released its latest annual telecommunications monitoring report analysing the state of New Zealand’s telecommunications markets.
"A major gathering of 100 of New Zealand’s capital procurement specialists yesterday in Wellington unanimously agreed that there are significant opportunities to improve value for money for tax payers and rate payers through better investment decision making and procurement practices," says New
To help with building capacity around the next generation of directors and to drive diversity around the board table Christchurch City Holdings (CCHL) is pleased to announce 12 successful recipients of their director internships.
Wellington Chamber of Commerce welcomes moves by the region’s new train operator to make significant improvements to services.
Catering workers at Wellington Airport have voted today to strike over youth rates. Pay talks for workers stalled in December after their employer, US contracting company, Delaware North refused to negotiate unless it could introduce youth rates.
Oyster Group has officially opened its new unlisted property investment, the Oyster Direct Property Fund, announcing projected cash distributions of 7.0% pre-tax per annum, paid monthly.