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'Retailers happy with Easter trading rules as they are'

A survey of Takapuna Beach Business Association members has revealed most retailers are happy with Easter trading rules just as they are.

Business has role to play in improving and protecting NZ's environment

The Sustainable Business Council (SBC) acknowledges the Environment Aotearoa 2019 report released today by the Ministry for the Environment and Stats NZ.

Retirement Income Policy Review one-day summit

New Zealand, like most of the rest of world, is undergoing a demographic shift that will result in almost a quarter of our population being older than 60 within the next 30 years. Are we prepared?

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Air New Zealand 'eggspecting' a busy Easter

Close to a million customers will be travelling on Air New Zealand’s network across the two-week school holiday period as Kiwis take advantage of this year’s Easter and Anzac Day combining with the autumn term break.

Dairy woman of the Year finalists 'breaking mould of public perception'

Breaking the mould of public perception about the role of farmers’ wives is highlighted by this year’s four finalists for the 2019 Fonterra Dairy Woman of the Year award.

Dairy committed to a better environment

DairyNZ says today’s Environment Aotearoa 2019 report gives honest insight into New Zealand’s environment and where the opportunities lie for the dairy sector, particularly for water quality, biodiversity and climate change.

Commodity pressure - CMC Markets

Iron ore and crude oil prices dropped in overnight trading. The causes came from both sides of the demand and supply equations. The market action contradicted stronger China data, creating a quandary for investors. US corporate reporting was benign to mildly positive.

Potential recognised through work experience programme

A stint working at Hastings City Art Gallery to build up her work skills and experience has turned into something more permanent for local Rangatahi Ma, Kia Eke programme participant Melanie Kilgour.

Health bodies fail to detect serious employment law breaches

An Auckland pharmacy group penalised for underpaying employees by more than $255,000, has highlighted a hole in the auditing processes within the health sector when it comes to safeguarding the labour standards of employees.

Seafood sustainability improves and meets international standards - Seafood NZ

The Environment Aotearoa Report 2019, released today by the Ministry for the Environment and StatsNZ, shows the environmental performance of New Zealand’s seafood industry has improved markedly.