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Minister’s guidance misses the ‘U’ word

The 'Guidance on closing the pay gap' released today by Women’s Minister Paula Bennett is silent on the role of unions.

Little Giant CEO finalist in EY Entrepreneur Of The Year competition

Mark Hurley, co-founder and CEO of Auckland-based digital agency, Little Giant is one of 17 inspiring finalists in this year’s prestigious EY Entrepreneur Of The Year competition.

The Lexus LC 500 Coupe revealed

The Lexus brand evolution has taken a big step forward with the arrival of the LC 500, its flagship luxury coupe that combines daring design, superb craftsmanship with leading edge engineering and technology.

Maori Bursary Fund for Social Enterprise World Forum closing soon

He kai kei aku ringa in conjunction with Ākina Foundation are sponsoring 30 Māori entrepreneurs to attend the Social Enterprise World Forum in Christchurch in September 2017.

PGC Board considers impact of Wilaci fee decision

Pyne Gould Corporation ("PGC") said today that while it is yet to be determined whether any payment will be required, it will recognise a potential contingent liability in its full year accounts for 2016-17 as a result of the Wilaci appeal judgement.

NZWSI Market Report: Wool market slightly easier

New Zealand Wool Services International Ltd’s CEO Mr John Dawson reports that this week’s North Island wool offering remained reasonably stable with most types following US currency movements and only easing slightly.

Of the 8,900 bales on offer 81 percent sold.

Sunday markets get on board with bags

Punters at Wellington’s waterfront markets will be offered free reusable shopping bags as an alternative to plastic bags this Sunday 23 July, thanks to a collaborative effort between the market and Wellington City Council.

Great progress with forest certification

Illegal forest management practices are a global problem. Governments and markets around the world are increasingly requiring proof of legality for harvested wood products.

Massey senior lecturer to head NZORD

Dr Collette Bromhead, senior lecturer in molecular microbiology, has been appointed chief executive of the New Zealand Organisation of Rare Diseases (NZORD).

Land regulation drives Auckland house prices

Land use regulation is responsible for up to 56 per cent of the cost of an average house in Auckland according to a new research report quantifying the impact of land use regulations, Finance Minister Steven Joyce says.

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