Employment law changes that take effect tomorrow will make life even harder for workers battling zero hour contracts, Labour‘s spokesperson on Labour Relations Iain Lees-Galloway says.
|Discussion paper released on Customs’ Act (4 March 2015)|
|NZ First 'gets fruit fly pest hotline staffed 24/7' (4 March 2015)|
|Housing Accord not working - Twyford (4 March 2015)|
New Zealand’s mountains, forests, urban streets and a remote glacial lake provide the backdrop for a global campaign for ASICS that will be broadcast across the world from this week.
|New ownership rebrands Wellington hotel (4 March 2015)|
|Opportunity for business to consider Customs legislation welcomed (4 March 2015)|
|AIA Group Delivers Record Results (4 March 2015)|
Disruption of a different sort took place in Auckland City today when the district’s Police set out to mess up the business of many involved in organised criminal activities.
|Navy to open seamanship training facility (4 March 2015)|
|13 million trips on Auckland's trains in past year (4 March 2015)|
|Auckland's Safe Zone attracting record numbers (4 March 2015)|
As the All Whites head towards their first match of 2015 later this month against Korea Republic, All Whites coach Anthony Hudson is looking forward to an important year for the senior men’s international side.
|Chiefs team announced to play Highlanders in Hamilton (4 March 2015)|
|Erceg: We need to shake habit (4 March 2015)|
|Michael Young invited to compete in WRC with M-Sport (4 March 2015)|
Sunday is the day for ladies to have a go at a fun, entry level motorsport activity.
|Kids go free at Kelly Tarlton's this Sunday (4 March 2015)|
|Coast Classics 2 tops NZ Music Charts (4 March 2015)|
|Pippa Wetzell to co-host Seven Sharp (4 March 2015)|
Taking place at the Horncastle Arena between 1 - 3 May 2015, taste buds are set to tingle as tickets to New Zealand’s favourite foodie event, The Food Show Christchurch, go on sale today!
|A quarter of NZers consider coffee to be their breakfast (3 March 2015)|
|Josh Emett tees off in Queenstown (2 March 2015)|
|Ice cream treats for your street this Neighbours Day (2 March 2015)|
More people die from melanoma each year than are killed annually in road crashes.
This statistic is part of a comprehensive submission made to parliament’s Health Select Committee which is considering outlawing sunbeds for people under the age of 18.
|Huntington's disease researcher recognised as finalist (4 March 2015)|
|New CEO for Diabetes New Zealand (4 March 2015)|
|Use painkillers with care - Arthritis NZ (4 March 2015)|
Huawei continues to break new ground in the wearables space by unveiling the Huawei Watch, powered by Android Wear at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2015.
|Huawei announces new wearable devices at MWC 2015 (2 March 2015)|
|Fullers launches free 3G/4G service on Auckland ferries (2 March 2015)|
|Auckland to get hands-on with latest tech at Spark Lab (27 February 2015)|
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