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Call for submissions on genetically modified potato lines

Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) today called for submissions on an application to permit food from a number of genetically modified potato lines.

Budget biosecurity investment a strong signal of importance

The announcement of additional operating funding for biosecurity is a vital protection for the country’s primary industries, according to New Zealand Pork.

Countdown recognised for encouraging Facebook use at work

Last night at the Annual PRINZ Gala Awards Dinner, Countdown won the award in the internal communications category for its hugely successful launch of Workplace by Facebook.

Supreme Court decision on clawing back Ponzi scheme payments

If an "investor" receives payment from a Ponzi scheme, can they later be forced to give up that payment? That is the question determined by the Supreme Court this morning in McIntosh v Fisk-.

Pasifika businesses forging new digital frontiers

Promising Pasifika businesses are being supported as they take on commercial opportunities in the global culture and heritage sector by Te Papa and the Pacific Business Trust.

Crowned PitchFest winner at CeBIT Australia

Look Who’s Charging was named winner of CeBIT PitchFest on the final day of CeBIT Australia. Ten of Australia’s leading start-up companies went head-to-head to pitch their company idea to a panel of esteemed judges at one of Australia’s leading top entrepreneurial competitions.

Fonterra’s plans to celebrate World Milk Day 2017

This year dairy companies around the world are working together to celebrate the goodness of milk and share stories about the farmers who produce it and the people who enjoy it in our communities, schools and homes.

'NZME come out on top' in awards run

NZME has every reason to be celebrating this week, taking out top honours in the Canon Media, International News Media Association (INMA) and Pride in Print awards.

Budget 'fail' on local climate change solutions

The Forest Industry Contractors Association (FICA) is concerned at what wasn't in yesterday’s Budget. The stagnant level of funding for growing local forests is not good enough for dealing with climate change challenges.

NMIT chief executive resigns

Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology (NMIT) Chair, Daryl Wehner, has announced the resignation of their Chief Executive, Tony Gray.

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