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Dairy sheep for Rotorua

A focus on dairy sheep and sheep milking will be one of the key topics at the Rotorua Land Use Innovation Series workshop in Rotorua this week.

New Crown payments and offer for residential red zone properties

The Crown has decided to pay former residential red zone property owners across the Port Hills and the flat lands of Christchurch and the Waimakariri District 100% of the 2007/08 rateable value for uninsured homes.

Ditching performance pay for Chief Executives is great - PSA

Performance pay is unfair, discriminatory and deserves to be consigned to the dustbin of history - and now the public service needs to get on and finish the job, the PSA says.

Horticulture levy votes successful

Horticulture groups seeking levy renewals have all had votes of confidence from growers to continue the work of the industry good organisations Horticulture New Zealand, TomatoesNZ, Vegetables New Zealand, Process Vegetables New Zealand, and Onions New Zealand.

Strong full year performance for FlexiGroup NZ

Strong full year performance sees 18% customer growth for FlexiGroup New Zealand

- Integration of consumer and commercial business bolsters competitive advantage

- Sustained growth driven through improved customer value and innovation

150 new engineers at Holden to focus on advanced vehicle development

GM Holden’s Australian engineers will play a crucial role in developing future technologies that underpin autonomous vehicles and electric powertrains for the future, the company announced today.

Businesses urged to 'utilise support employment agencies'

Statistics New Zealand has released its disability figures for the labour market showing disabled people are three times less likely to be in work, and more than twice as likely to be unemployed or underutilised (work part time and would like more work hours).

New Zealand a winter hotspot for international tourists

Mastercard data about inbound tourist travel trends has revealed that New Zealand is most popular with Australia, China and USA tourists. 40% of our visitors are our closest neighbours in Australia, followed by China (11%) and the USA (8%).

Otago set to lead New Zealand in renewable wood energy

A recent report on wood energy has identified a means to reduce carbon emissions in Otago equivalent to removing 237,000 cars from the road.

Law Society seeking independent voice on governing Board

The New Zealand Law Society is seeking a non-lawyer to provide an independent perspective at meetings of its governing Board.

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