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  • Union will continue pickets at Foodstuffs stores

    FIRST union will resume its pickets of Foodstuffs stores in Nelson today despite having its organisers arrested twice yesterday.

    Union organisers Bill Bradford say that the union has the right to represent its members and to enter into the workplace and will continue to do so.

  • Zero-hours here to stay, thanks to National's love-affair with business - PSA

    The government misled New Zealand workers when it promised to outlaw zero-hours contracts - and the Public Service Association’s deeply disappointed.

  • Valentine's Day reminder to sever your banking ties if love fails

    Your finances as well as your heart can be broken if you don’t update your banking arrangements after a relationship breakdown, says Banking Ombudsman Nicola Sladden.

  • Fonterra milk for schools celebrates major milestone

    Fonterra has delivered more than 50 million packs of milk to Kiwi kids since its Milk for Schools programme began - that’s more than 10 million litres of milk.

  • Battle to keep Hastings GMO free heats up

    A group of Hawke’s Bay food producers have launched a campaign to keep Hastings GMO Free as the Hastings Council prepares to go head to head with the government and Federated Farmers.

  • ASX: Bank onslaught

    By Michael McCarthy (chief market strategist, CMC Markets)

  • Union rat to visit Nelson Foodstuffs stores - FIRST Union

    The giant union rat will make an appearance at pickets organised by FIRST Union at the Nelson New World and Richmond Pak n Save this weekend.

  • Beef and Lamb New Zealand making global connections

    Beef + Lamb New Zealand teamed up with Le Cordon Bleu New Zealand Institute (LCBNZ) recently to host six chefs from China - winners of the global "Chef par Excellence" culinary competition.

  • Highest monthly rise in food prices since June 2013

    Food prices rose 2.0 percent in January 2016, Statistics New Zealand said today. This is the highest monthly rise since June 2013, and follows five consecutive months of decreases.

  • ASX: Two day market attrition on pause

    By Betty Lam (Partner, Vital Addition)

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