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Jeep Grand Cherokee named 'Most Ideal mid-size SUV'

For the sixth consecutive year the Jeep Grand Cherokee has been named as the ‘Most Ideal mid-size SUV’ by the automotive research group AutoPacific after talking to more than 65,000 new car owners about what they think of their latest car purchase.

No food safety risk associated with fish oil supplements - MPI

The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) and the Ministry of Health are confident a recent study provides no evidence of a food safety risk associated with fish oil supplements currently on the New Zealand market.

Maori TV calls on union to settle pay dispute

Māori Television has called on the E Tū Union to bring to a close a prolonged collective bargaining process in the interest of its staff.

Tenders are open for Thames Library stage two

Experienced contractors are invited to tender for stage two of the Thames Library upgrade. Stage one, including new toilet facilities and front counter space, was completed earlier this year.

SFF to hold shareholder requisitioned Special Meeting

Rob Hewett, Chairman of Silver Ferns Farms, said the Board remains unanimous in its view that the 50:50 partnership with Shanghai Maling is in the best interests of shareholders and the Co-operative ahead of a shareholder requisitioned Special Meeting.

New researchers 'should focus on primary industry'

Federated Farmers wants a plan to attract the world’s top scientists to New Zealand to concentrate on those who will work on primary sector initiatives and the environment.

AIPM voices concerns around new cabinet titles

The Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) welcomes the re-appointment of Darren Chester as Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, and of Paul Fletcher as the Minister for Urban Infrastructure.

Singapore Airlines to fly non-stop to Manchester

Singapore Airlines will fly non-stop between Singapore and Manchester from 30 October 2016. In addition, as part of the Northern Winter Schedule, services to Adelaide and Kolkata will increase during peak periods, while seasonal services to Sapporo will be operated in December 2016.

Former Dunedin barrister struck off

A former Dunedin barrister who fled to Australia has been struck off by the New Zealand Lawyers and Conveyancers Disciplinary Tribunal over tax evasion offences, totalling more than $180,000.

Why NZ needs to clear the barriers to social enterprise

Innovation in the fast-growing sector of social enterprise is being hampered by a lack of knowledge, outdated laws and under-developed capital markets.

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