Time to recognise school support staff

Press Release – New Zealand Labour Party

School support staff do an amazing job with some of our most vulnerable children and they deserve better recognition, says Labours Education spokesperson Chris Hipkins. Read more »

Lactoferrin receives GRAS Notice for use in Infant Formula

Press Release – Synlait

Synlait Lactoferrin Second in World to receive U.S. FDA GRAS Notice for use in Infant Formula Read more »

New Zealand brands take on Chinese trade event

Press Release – Grin Natural Products

New Zealand natural oral care brand, Grin Natural Products, joins local brands to promote New Zealand products to Chinese customers. Read more »

Kiwi Environmental Innovation Attracts Chinese Investors

Press Release – China Chamber of Commerce in NZ

Some of New Zealand and Chinas most innovative companies met today to discuss opportunities for investment and expansion. The China – New Zealand Environmental Technology Investment and Cooperation Summit was hosted in Auckland by the China … Read more »

Invest South takes stake in Bison Group

Article – BusinessDesk

April 21 (BusinessDesk) – Funds from private-equity fund Invest South and other investors will provide a capital base for continued growth as Dunedin-based BISON Group looks to expand its international footprint, the company’s chief executive said. Read more »

Chorus penny-pinching costs jobs at Broadspectrum

Press Release – E tu

Infrastructure workers carrying out the fibre roll-out have been massively let down by Chorus, as their employer Broadspectrum proposes redundancies as promised work has failed to materialise. Read more »

ITF delivers satisfactory progress report to Maersk AGM

Press Release – International Transport Workers’ Federation

A four-strong team of representatives from ITF (International Transport Workers Federation) unions today committed to continued dialogue with AP Mller-Mrsk at the companys AGM in Copenhagen. Read more »

Progress on the path to pay equity

Press Release – New Zealand Council of Trade Unions

With the Government supporting the Pay Equity Principles the next step is to translate the theory of the Principles into reality and get women paid what they are worth. Read more »

Poor retention rates for overseas-trained doctors in NZ

Press Release – Association of Salaried Medical Specialists

New Zealands success in attracting overseas-trained doctors isnt matched by our ability to hang onto them, says Ian Powell, Executive Director of the Association of Salaried Medical Specialists (ASMS). Read more »

Settlement of NZRDA MECA Reached

Press Release – New Zealand Resident Doctors Association

NZRDA and the DHBs have agreed to a settlement of the MECA during negotiations today. Read more »

Update on NZRDA and DHB bargaining

Press Release – New Zealand Resident Doctors Association

New Zealands Resident Doctors have been in negotiation for the renewal of the MECA (Multi Employer Collective Employment Agreement) for over a year now, with the key issue having been safer rosters for Resident Doctors. The MECA expired in February … Read more »

Challenge Steel delivering design complexity cost-effectivel

Press Release – Challenge Steel

In the highly competitive world of fabricated structural steel, some local producers and advocates now actively promote reducing the labour component by rationalising building design to enable them to reduce their price and deliver simplicity, says … Read more »

Ending on a High Note

Press Release – NZ Manufacturers and Exporters Association

The latest New Zealand Manufacturers and Exporters Association (NZMEA) Survey of Business Conditions completed during January 2017, shows total sales in December 2016 increased 7.23% (year on year export sales increased by 10.01% with domestic … Read more »

US EPA guidelines recognise ENCZ specifications

Press Release – Environmental Choice New Zealand

Kiwi paint and floor-covering manufacturers licensed by Environmental Choice New Zealand (ECNZ) will find it easier to crack markets in the US in 2017. Read more »

Southern DHB prepared for junior doctors strike tomorrow

Press Release – Southern District Health Board

New Zealand Resident Doctors Association (NZRDA) has confirmed members will take strike action from 7am Tuesday 17th January until 8am Friday 20th January 2017. Read more »

Health bosses happy to receive, less willing to give

Press Release – Association of Salaried Medical Specialists

The latest report on district health board chief executive salaries shows that health bosses are continuing to get higher pay rises than theyre prepared to give others, says Ian Powell, Executive Director of the Association of Salaried Medical … Read more »

INZBC commits it’s support to the new Prime Minister

Press Release – India New Zealand Business Council

INZBC commits its support to the new Prime Minister, Bill English and the NZ High Commissioner designate to India, Joanna Kempkers. Read more »

New contract signed with U.S. health information exchange

Press Release – Orion Health

Orion Health (OHE:NZX/ASX) announced today it has signed a new expanded agreement with Keystone Health Information Exchange (KeyHIE) in Pennsylvania. KeyHIE is an existing customer that currently uses Orion Healths platform to enable information … Read more »

Ambulance officers step up strike, refuse to attend events

Press Release – First Union

From 17 December 2016 more than 800 Ambulance professionals in the North Island will undertake an events ban and refuse to provide cover for summer events like Christmas in the Park. Read more »

Four Unions Reach Agreement with St John NZ

Press Release – St John

Following seven months of negotiation, Amalgamated Workers Union New Zealand Southern Incorporated (AWUNZ), Central Amalgamated Workers Union Incorporated (CAWU), New Zealand Ambulance Association (NZAA), Ambulance Officers Workplace Union Incorporated … Read more »

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