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Wrist Blood Pressure Monitors Market Is Likely To Experience A Tremendous Growth In Near Future

Press Release – MarketResearch.biz

MarketResearch.Biz: – Wrist Blood Pressure Monitors Market the report emphasizes a deep understanding of some decisive factors like size, share, sales, forecast trends, supply, production, demands, industry, and Market CAGR to supply a comprehensive … Read more »

NZNO To March On DHB Corporate Offices In Protest

Press Release – New Zealand Nurses Organisation

Nurses and other health workers who are NZNO members will be holding demonstrations outside the corporate offices of Waikato, Canterbury and West Coast District Health Boards (DHBs) on Tuesday 30 November to protest their failure to meet pay deadlines … Read more »

SkyCity Outlines New Year’s Eve Plans

Press Release – SKYCITY

Over the past several months, SkyCity Auckland, Auckland Unlimited, Auckland Council and New Zealand Police have been working closely on a way to deliver a New Years Eve event with the health and safety of Kiwis front of mind. All parties have agreed … Read more »

Tourism Industry Challenge To Cut Carbon

Press Release – Tourism Industry Aotearoa

Aotearoa New Zealands tourism industry is being challenged to lead the fight to reduce carbon emissions, with a major new initiative announced at Tourism Summit Aotearoa today. The Tourism Carbon Challenge urges every tourism business to measure … Read more »

Financial Support To Move To Traffic Light System

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Transition payment of up to $24,000 as businesses move into traffic light system Leave Support Scheme and Short Term Absence Payment available under new framework Further targeted support will be considered once framework beds in RSP adjusted … Read more »

NZ’s First Hydrogen Truck Unveiled By Transport Minister Michael Wood

Press Release – Hyundai

New Zealands first hydrogen-electric truck, Hyundais XCIENT FCEV, was unveiled last Friday in Mount Wellington by the Transport Minister, Hon Michael Wood. <img src=”https://img.scoop.co.nz/stories/images/2111/7f80c236d13dba82ce5a.jpeg” … Read more »

Air New Zealand Supports Sustainably Endorsed Tourism Businesses In New Zealand

Press Release – Air New Zealand

Air New Zealand has today announced it will move to sell only activities and attractions awarded a Qualmark endorsement for their commitment to quality, safety and sustainability from 31 March 2022. The airlines dedicated website , developed in partnership … Read more »

Maritime Union Calls For Levy To Safeguard New Zealand’s Fuel Security

Press Release – Maritime Union of New Zealand

The Maritime Union says New Zealand needs to keep its own fuel tankers on the coast to ensure fuel security, paid for by a small fuel levy. Maritime Union of New Zealand National Secretary Craig Harrison says the closure of Marsden Point refinery was … Read more »

Campaign For Wool Activity Garners Industry Support

Press Release – Campaign for Wool

After the successful launch of their strategy in September, The Campaign for Wool New Zealand (CFWNZ) has begun the first round of their live naturally, choose wool consumer campaign. With advertising across television, OnDemand, radio, print … Read more »

EPA Congratulates “Change Maker” Champion Sophia Olo-Whaanga

Press Release – Environmental Protection Authority

The Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) congratulates Sophia Olo-Whaanga for winning this years Change Maker Award category in the Sustainable Business Awards. Sophia is advocating for sustainability and social outcomes in the construction industry, … Read more »

Waiheke Island Scallop, Mussel, Rock Lobster And Pāua Fisheries To Close For Two Years

Press Release – Ministry For Primary Industries

The Waiheke Island scallop, mussel, rock lobster and pua fisheries will close for a period of two years from 1 December. The decision by the Minister for Oceans and Fisheries, David Parker follows a request from Ngti Poa. The temporary closure … Read more »

New Building Code Requirements Bring Biggest Energy Efficiency Change In Over A Decade

Press Release – Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment

The latest changes to the Building Code will make new homes and buildings warmer, drier and healthier, with less impact on the climate, says Jenni Tipler, Manager of Building Performance and Engineering at the Ministry of Business, Innovation and … Read more »

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