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Mallard’s last hack at parliamentary democracy - David Seymour

"ACT has stood as the only party in favour of parliamentary democracy after all other parties supported the introduction of a new so called ‘Independent Parliamentary Commissioner for Conduct,’" says ACT Leader David Seymour.

Maori voter choice a significant Green win - Green Party (30 June 2022)
Friday drinks provide no relief to Kiwis - Damien Smith (30 June 2022)
Corrections Union warned chief exec/minister of more assaults a month ago (30 June 2022)


Venture Taranaki Business Survey results show ‘cautious optimism’ - Venture

The results of the latest 6-monthly Business Survey by Venture Taranaki indicate that respondents are cautiously optimistic about business conditions within their own industries, but less optimistic about prospects for New Zealand.

Macquarie Data Centres deal to pioneer CO2-cutting tech in Australia (30 June 2022)
'Vector to pass Loss Rental Rebate credit to Aucklanders' (30 June 2022)
Simon Keys is the new Head of Business Development for Pismo in Oceania (30 June 2022)


Police investigating Parliament occupation identify four people - NZ Police

Police can now confirm four of the 15 people publicly sought in relation to the occupation at Parliament have now been identified.

Hutt City Council adopts Annual Plan 2022 - 2023 - Hutt City Council (30 June 2022)
Houses to take longer to double in Value - Ashley Church (30 June 2022)
Metlink’s airport express ready to fly - Greater Wellington (30 June 2022)


Ngati Toa, Te Ati Awa and Nuku Ora awarded He Oranga Poutama Investment

Supporting whānau, hapū and iwi to participate in physical activity that represents our cultural aspirations and wellbeing is becoming a reality for Ngāti Toa and Te Āti Awa.

All Blacks team named to face Ireland - NZR (30 June 2022)
TAB NZ Backing Black in All Blacks clash against Ireland (30 June 2022)
'Winning start' for Hyundai New Zealand Rally team's European campaign (30 June 2022)


Stuff and The Spinoff partner over 'gutsy, values-led' journalism

Stuff and The Spinoff have formed a partnership to help relevant, thoughtful and exciting Aotearoa journalism reach the widest possible audiences.

Actor, writer, director and producer named as the first Maoriland Filmmaker in Residence (29 June 2022)
What We're Watching research - report results (29 June 2022)
Whanau Marama reveals Cannes highlights for 2022 programme (22 June 2022)


Shortlist revealed in 'record-breaking' year for Parkin Drawing Prize

Artist’s hair, a bird’s nest, harakeke, a wedding dress, recycled wire, marble, and hand stitching are just some of the interesting materials used to create works shortlisted in the 2022 Parkin Drawing Prize.

Marshmallows free for school holidays at Staglands Wildlife Reserve (28 June 2022)
'Unique exhibition honours living river' (27 June 2022)
Strong support for porn site age-verification - Family First (23 June 2022)


Vaping going backwards under new Aussie Government - CAPHRA

"This latest government document on vaping makes outrageously false claims and will only cost more Australian smokers their lives," says Nancy Loucas, Executive Co-ordinator of CAPHRA (Coalition of Asia Pacific Tobacco Harm Reduction Advocates).

Early learning ventilation and heating support welcomed - ECC (30 June 2022)
A new safe haven cafe for whanau whaiora in mental health distress - DHB (30 June 2022)
Cautiously optimistic on the eve of health reforms - FPHANZ (30 June 2022)


NZ 'must start recognising biotech for the future economy'

New Zealand must start recognising biotech as a key technology for the future success of New Zealand’s technology, BiotechNZ executive director Dr Zahra Champion says.

Foundation chooses maritime intelligence platform from NZ startup (21 June 2022)
Abby Mainini joins Aura Information Security (15 June 2022)
'Is your fridge being used by cybercriminals?' (15 June 2022)