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Vaccination Botch Up Needs Urgent Fix

Press Release – ACT New Zealand

Its unacceptable the Government wont play hardball with unions and force those employees unwilling to get a COVID vaccine to vacate MIQ premises for another 18 days, says ACT Leader David Seymour. Stop pussyfooting about and take the … Read more »

Labour’s Policy Is Leading To Energy Emergency

Press Release – New Zealand National Party

Power prices rising to two to three times the long-run average, is the latest sign New Zealand is rapidly facing an energy emergency, Nationals Energy and Resources spokesperson Barbara Kuriger says. The consequences of Labours oil and gas … Read more »

Sir Paul Callaghan’s Vision “deeply Considered” As Kiwi Landing Pad Reimagines Its Purpose

Press Release – Kiwi Landing Pad

Since 2010 Kiwi Landing Pad has been an integral stepping stone into Silicon Valley for kiwi entrepreneurs. Initially a co-working space in San Francisco city, KLP has grown into a global community across 20+ countries, supporting founders to grow thriving … Read more »

NZ Support Workers Need More Support

Press Release – AUT Business Faculty

Most support workers in New Zealand feel overworked, underpaid and undervalued. This, despite the countrys groundbreaking policy announcements since 2017 to help ensure support workers receive equal pay and have regular, guaranteed hours. A new … Read more »

Mistake-prone Days Of The Week Revealed In Latest Campaign From State

Press Release – STATE Insurance

New research from State Insurance suggests you are more likely to flood the house at the start of the week but what about forgetting the handbrake, frying home electronics, and losing your eyeglasses? In its latest campaign, State has crunched … Read more »

Future Of Energy Event Not Your Average Conference

Press Release – Energy Academy

People with big ideas on the future of energy in New Zealand are invited to join the LUMO symposium this November. Hosted by Energy Academy, which was born out of local electricity distribution company Orion Groups commitment to powering … Read more »

Hamilton City Council Must Investigate LGOIMA And Spin Doctor Costs

Press Release – New Zealand Taxpayers’ Union

The Taxpayers Union is stunned a Hamilton City Councillor is using inflated official information costs to pursue utu on the Union for a series of exposs relating to the Council. Taxpayers Union Executive Director Jordan Williams said: There … Read more »

Modern Premises In High Profile Grey Lynn Location

Press Release – Bayleys

Commercial premises on the ground floor of a recently developed building on Great North Rd in Grey Lynn are for sale offering a wide range of opportunities for both investors and owner occupiers. <img src=”” … Read more »

Split-risk Industrial Property In Takanini Has Sound Credentials

Press Release – Bayleys

Investors wishing to purchase industrial property with some scale in the Auckland region are having to extend their traditional search parameters given the shortage of industrially-zoned land and existing stock, and as a result, the South Auckland … Read more »

Prized Newton Office/warehouse For Sale Brims With Development Upside

Press Release – Bayleys

A standalone office and warehouse building at 31-35 Dacre Street, Newton, has been put up for sale on a prized city-fringe site identified for intensive residential development. <img src=”” … Read more »

Multi-tenanted North Shore Site For Sale Offers Investors Strength In Diversity

Press Release – Bayleys

A versatile, fully-leased North Shore property combining retail, showroom, office and warehouse accommodation has been put up for sale, offering diversified income from a rich mix of tenants. <img src=”” … Read more »

Nurses Find First DHB Collective Agreement Offer Completely Unacceptable

Press Release – New Zealand Nurses Organisation

The nearly 30,000 district health board (DHB) members of the New Zealand Nurses Organisation (NZNO) have received the first DHB offer in their multi-employer collective agreement (MECA) negotiations, which began last year. In a survey of the affected … Read more »

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