Budget 2017: $8m extra for Whanganui DHB

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says new funding for Whanganui DHB in Budget 2017 increases the DHBs total allocation to a record level. Read more »

Budget 2017: $4m extra for West Coast DHB

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says new funding for West Coast DHB in Budget 2017 increases the DHBs total allocation to a record level. Read more »

Budget 2017: $53m extra for Waitemata DHB

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says new funding for Waitemata DHB in Budget 2017 increases the DHBs total allocation to a record level. Read more »

Budget 2017: $5m extra for Wairarapa DHB

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says new funding for Wairarapa DHB in Budget 2017 increases the DHBs total allocation to a record level. Read more »

Budget 2017: $42m extra for Waikato DHB

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says new funding for Waikato DHB in Budget 2017 increases the DHBs total allocation to a record level. Read more »

Budget 2017: $12m extra for Taranaki DHB

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says new funding for Taranaki DHB in Budget 2017 increases the DHBs total allocation to a record level. Read more »

Budget 2017: $19m extra for MidCentral DHB

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says new funding for MidCentral DHB in Budget 2017 increases the DHBs total allocation to a record level. Read more »

$8m pay rise for community-based midwives

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says community-based midwives are set to receive their share of an $8 million pay increase. Read more »

Mitre 10 chair Dippie’s own stores still at odds with union

Article – BusinessDesk

May 26 (BusinessDesk) – Mitre 10 (New Zealand) chairman Martin Dippie’s Jacks Hardware and Timber is still wrangling with First Union over details of the hardware store operator’s first collective agreement some 3 1/2 years after talks began. Read more »

The budget offers nothing for NZ’s forgotten majority

Press Release – Small Business Voice

Yesterday, Steven Joyce released his first budget. Commentators have dubbed it a convenient lolly scramble leading up to Septembers election. Max Whitehead, Chief Operating Office for Small Business Voice, has an alternative view. Read more »

Auckland DHB signs RACS Respect Agreement

Press Release – Auckland District Health Board

Auckland District Health Board (Auckland DHB) today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS) aimed at building respect and improving patient safety in surgery. Read more »

Employment agreements crucial this Gypsy Day

Press Release – Crowe Horwath

In an industry renowned for seasonal averaging, it is important dairy farmers focus on ensuring all current and new employees have the correct employment agreements, especially with the introduction of new employment laws in April, says Melissa … Read more »

Budget 2017 reflects robust economy and a balanced approach

Press Release – Financial Services Council

Budget 2017 reflects New Zealands continued robust economy and shows a balanced approach, the Financial Services Council said today. Read more »

Historic Win For Midwives

Press Release – New Zealand College of Midwives

For the first time in New Zealand history, community based midwives (Lead Maternity Carers – LMCs) will be designing their own funding model for the countrys midwifery-led maternity system. Read more »

ACEM statement on 2017 New Zealand Budget

Press Release – Australasian College for Emergency Medicine

The Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM) offers the following comments on some of the specific measures in the 2017 New Zealand Budget. Read more »

Budget 2017 – Delivering for New Zealand

Press Release – New Zealand National Party

The National-led Government has today presented a budget that ensure all New Zealanders share in the benefits of our growing economy. Read more »

Social Investment approach is about punishment

Press Release – Auckland Action Against Poverty

Social Investment is about punishing the poor and reducing spending, not investing in social services and improving social outcomes. Read more »

Budget 2017 offers little for skills

Press Release – Industry Training Federation of New Zealand

Budget 2017 offered little good news for workplace training and apprenticeships, despite high demand, strong jobs growth, and critical skills shortages across many areas of the economy. Read more »

$64.4m to support people into employment

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Budget 2017 invests $64.4 million of new operating funding to help people move off benefits and into work, Social Development Minister Anne Tolley says. Read more »

$8.7m for pay equity and Holidays Act initiatives

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Hon Michael Woodhouse Minister for Workplace Relations and Safety 25 May 2017 $8.7m for pay equity and Holidays Act initiatives Read more »

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