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  • Govt 'driving down wages through record migration'

    The National government is using uncontrolled migration as a crude device to drive down wages and lower living standards, says New Zealand First.

  • CRP says second staff report has no bearing on final decision

    Chatham Rock Phosphate is pleased the second staff report, released by the Environmental Protection Authority today, contains no conclusions or recommendations, managing director Chris Castle said today.

  • Farmers to get the full Ruataniwha facts on 4 Nov

    Federated Farmers and Irrigation NZ have joined forces to give farmers the facts they need to make decisions on Ruataniwha dam water. ‘Ruataniwha - it’s Now or Never’ is free and will take place on 4 November at Waipawa’s Municipal Theatre at 7pm.

  • Maori owned SMEs outperform on growth in 2014 - survey

    Māori-operated small businesses have outperformed the SME average over the last year, although operators are less confident of growth in 2015 according to a nationwide survey.

  • NZ tops UN global census on co-operatives

    The champion of the Kiwi co-operative sector is delighted by New Zealand’s top ranking in a UN survey measuring the social and economic impact of co-operatives in 145 countries.

  • FMG extends its university scholarship programme

    Applications for FMG’s agriculture scholarships are now open and will this year include school leavers looking to study ag-based degrees at Waikato University.

  • Biggs right fit for WREDA, says Chamber

    Wellington Employers Chamber of Commerce welcomes the appointment of Peter Biggs as the inaugural chair of the regions new economic development agency, WREDA.

  • Canterbury asbestos investigation: No charges to be laid

    WorkSafe New Zealand has concluded its investigation into the management of asbestos in the Canterbury Home Repair Programme and has decided not to lay any charges.

  • Markets: Data to dominate

    By Michael McCarthy (chief market strategist, CMC Markets)

  • Dairy inspections find disappointing practices

    Recent Otago Regional Council (ORC) dairy farm inspections have found disturbing examples of non-compliance with the Otago Water Plan prohibited activity rules.

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