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New Zealand Architecture Awards shortlist announced

Forty-five buildings, from the Bay of Islands in the north to Dunedin in the south, have been announced as finalists in the 2019 New Zealand Architecture Awards, which are organised by the New Zealand Institute of Architects, New Zealand’s leading architecture awards programme.

Unicorn IPOs boost Hatch to over $25 million in investments

Hatch, Kiwi Wealth’s new digital investing platform that offers direct access to the US share markets, has passed $25 million in investments since launching last September.

Households could be the next economic domino to fall - Infometrics

Households could go into their shells over the next year as economic conditions worsen, with little to support spending growth in the near-term, according to Infometrics’ latest economic forecasts.

RSE scheme boosting employment in the regions

The eleventh annual survey shows the positive effects of the RSE scheme on regional communities and businesses.

Fonterra to build no new coal boilers a win for the climate movement

Fonterra’s use of coal has been the target of numerous grassroots campaigns in recent years. Last year 350 Aotearoa affiliated groups, Fossil Free Aoraki and 350 Nelson launched a petition dismissing the dairy giant’s initial target of no new coal boilers after 2030.

Fonterra move 'will provide the stimulus for biomass fuel supply'

"The announcement that Fonterra will immediately stop installing any new coal boilers or increasing capacity to burn coal is the signal that the biomass fuel supply industry welcomes" said Brian Cox, Executive Officer of the Bioenergy Association.

Record number of claims a sobering reminder on insurance - Canstar

Recurring natural disasters and extreme events are an ever-present reminder for New Zealanders about the importance of insuring their homes.

Invercargill Airport delighted with PGF support

The development of the Invercargill Airport has received a significant boost with today’s announcement of investment from the Provincial Growth Fund.

No new coal boilers for Fonterra

Fonterra is shaving eleven years off its coal target, as it announces a new commitment to reduce its reliance on coal.

This commitment is the latest in a series of targets the Co-operative has set as it looks to embed sustainability at the heart of everything it does.

Worker well-being moving up business agenda

Workplace health and safety is focusing more on well-being as organisations consider mental health, work life balance, stress levels and team relationships as important supports for productivity, says a global expert.