Archive for June, 2017

Another New Zealand software success story

Press Release – Magic Chrono

Another New Zealand software success story, Inspired by Grant Dalton’s recent words finally revealed! Read more »

New Zealand-Hong Kong tax treaty updated

Press Release – New Zealand Government

New Zealand-Hong Kong tax treaty updated Revenue Minister Judith Collins has today signed a new tax protocol between New Zealand and Hong Kong. The protocol updates the existing double tax agreement between New Zealand and Hong Kong, to allow full … Read more »

E tū welcomes Wellington City Council Living Wage inclusion

Press Release – E tu Union

E t welcomes Wellington City Council Annual Plan Living Wage inclusion E t, New Zealands largest private sector union is welcoming todays vote by the Wellington City Council for an Annual Plan which includes a commitment to move all directly … Read more »

Pay rise on the way for 780 Nelson Marlborough care workers

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says care and support workers across Nelson Marlborough will receive a pay rise as a result of the $2 billion pay equity settlement from next week. Read more »

Pay rise on the way for 1,200 Wellington care workers

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says care and support workers across Wellington will receive a pay rise as a result of the $2 billion pay equity settlement from next week. Read more »

New marine pest management charges, plans adopted

Press Release – Northland Regional Council

New marine pest management charges, plans adopted Ratepayers will foot around a third of the costs of Northlands marine pest management, with the balance met by roughly 4000 mooring and marina berth holders (and those with boatsheds) under a compromise … Read more »

Pay rise on the way for 910 MidCentral care and support work

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says care and support workers at across the MidCentral region will receive a pay rise as a result of the $2 billion pay equity settlement from next week. Read more »

Improvements coming for Wairarapa train commuters

Press Release – Greater Wellington Regional Council

Were aware of the concerns of Wairarapa Line travellers. Punctuality and capacity are the heart of the issues they face and were going to intensify how we work with our partners to address them says Greater Wellington Regional Council Chair … Read more »

Pay rise on the way for 640 Hutt Valley care workers

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says care and support workers across the Hutt Valley will receive a pay rise as a result of the $2 billion pay equity settlement from next week. Read more »

Pay rise on the way for 920 Hawke’s Bay care workers

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says care and support workers across Hawkes Bay will receive a pay rise as a result of the $2 billion pay equity settlement from next week. Read more »

Pay rise on the way for 1,240 Counties Manukau care workers

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says care and support workers across the Counties Manukau region will receive a pay rise as a result of the $2 billion pay equity settlement from next week. Read more »

Social Development prices social housing liability at $16.4B

Article – BusinessDesk

June 28 (BusinessDesk) – The Ministry of Social Development has released its first valuation of the social housing system, part of the government’s “social investment” approach to data collection and analysis. Read more »

Greenpeace report verging on hysteria in election year

Press Release – Federated Farmers

Federated Farmers is disappointed Greenpeace has resorted to sensationalist rhetoric in a report published today that implies agriculture and related activities are a threat to all New Zealanders health. Read more »

Holcim NZ turns to full-year loss

Article – BusinessDesk

June 28 (BusinessDesk) – Holcim New Zealand, the local unit of the world’s biggest cement maker, posted a full-year loss after it changed its business away from manufacturing and into importing and distribution, incurring higher distribution costs. Read more »

CCDHB announces results of staff engagement survey

Press Release – Capital and Coast District Health Board

Over two thirds of Capital & Coast District Health Board staff feel positively engaged according to their recent engagement survey. The staff engagement survey took place between 20 March to 10 April. A total of 2,999 clinical and non-clinical … Read more »

Local LINK Business Sales Clean Up Awards

Press Release – Link

LINK Bay of Plenty and Waikato have yet again come away from the LINK New Zealand annual awards with outstanding results. After 8 years of significant and consistent growth, the success story behind selling businesses continues. Read more »

Crash; Roxburgh, Central Otago-UPDATE 1

Press Release – New Zealand Police

The crash happened at 1.52pm today and has involved a bus and a 4WD vehicle. Read more »

NZ to deliver air traffic control services for Pacific

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Airways New Zealand will continue to deliver air traffic control services to Niue, Samoa, the Cook Islands, and the Kingdom of Tonga after the contract was re-signed in Christchurch today, Transport Minister Simon Bridges says. Read more »

PSA congratulates WCC on commitment to Living Wage

Press Release – Public Service Association

The Public Service Association is heartened to see significant progress made by Wellington City Council towards being New Zealands first Living Wage Council, and applauds campaigners and PSA members for their hard work over the years. Read more »

Emergent at centre of major expansion drive in Waikato

Press Release – Emergent

Emergent, New Zealands leading recruitment experts are launching a rapid expansion drive, incentivised by a growing economy and skills shortage in the Waikato region. Read more »

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