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Delta Insurance announces new management roles and appointees

Delta Insurance Group has announced two key internal promotions as part of the company’s current expansion programme.

Commissioner, Inland Revenue appointed

Deputy Public Service Commissioner Helene Quilter QSO has today announced the appointment of Peter Mersi to the position of Commissioner and Chief Executive, Inland Revenue Department.

Card spending continues to rise in April - Stats NZ

Seasonally adjusted debit and credit card spending rose by $551 million (7.0 percent) in April, Stats NZ said today.

This is a larger increase than was seen in the previous month, when spending rose by only 1.7 percent.

Businesses urged to 'strengthen surveillance testing or risk shutdowns'

Australian technology that kept ABC on air during Omicron arrives in NZ Gardian Test Tracker helps companies better monitor workforce and avoid shutdowns Simple Android/IOS Self Check App allows staff to regularly self-report tests from home

Lyre's 'cracks the code' to a non-alcoholic dram

This month, leading award-winning non-alcoholic drinks company Lyre’s introduces Highland Malt - an innovative non-alcoholic Whisky style beverage set to be one of the most notable drink launches of the year.

RBNZ supports proposals to strengthen climate-related disclosure

The Reserve Bank of New Zealand - Te PÅ«tea Matua continues to strongly support the External Reporting Board’s (XRB) plans to develop disclosure as a tool to understand and mitigate climate-related financial risks.

Making it easier to share solar: A world-first pilot launched on Hawke's Bay farm

A Hawke’s Bay farm is taking part in a world-first pilot, launching today, which allows customers to contract with more than one electricity supplier at a single location.

Congestion pricing 'a solution whose time has come'

Auckland businesses say congestion pricing is a solution whose time has come, and are calling on the Government to confirm plans for a congestion pricing scheme in Auckland as part of upcoming announcements on emissions reduction.

Workforce reckoning: 'expectations high as workers flock back to the office'

OfficeMax State of the Workplace research reveals purpose, and the comforts of home, are key

67% of the workforce say they will only work for a company that makes a positive impact Having clean and hygienic spaces, quiet areas, and a good cup of coffee also essential

The Lines Company supports community good

TLC’s first of three sponsorship rounds for 2022 saw 35 community groups and projects from throughout the network apply for funding, with 10 being successful.