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New West Coast depot signals commitment to region

The appointment of a West Coast Manager and opening of a new Greymouth depot signals a commitment to the local region for a South Island earthmoving business with strong West Coast connections.

New HSBC policy 'first step towards sustainable palm oil finance'

HSBC today published a new ‘No Deforestation, No Peat, No Exploitation’ policy covering its financing of palm oil companies.

2017 Living Wage announced

The official 2017 New Zealand Living Wage is $20.20. The 40 cent increase will come into effect on 1 July 2017.

The Living Wage is defined as:

Burger King worker assaulted by mgmt for monitoring kitchen temperature

An 18 year old Burger King employee was assaulted by management on Sunday the 19th of February for monitoring temperature levels in an overheated and understaffed Burger King restaurant on Lincoln Road in West Auckland.

Partnership 'to drive innovation and change in our primary industries'

Two of the country’s pre-eminent agriculture brands have joined forces to foster innovation and lead change in New Zealand’s primary industries.

Tech capital of NZ recruiting talent

LookSee Wellington, a new global talent search initiative that aims to address the city’s IT skills shortage and position the industry for further growth, is now accepting registrations from talented tech professionals from around the globe.

Century 21 listings up 35%

Century 21 New Zealand says its number of residential listings nationwide is up a staggering 35.92% compared to the same day last year.

Young farmers urged to upskill to navigate changing ag environment

The New Zealand agricultural sector is facing considerable change in 2017 and strong business management skills are needed if farmers are to secure a successful future for their business, the head of Rabobank New Zealand has told farmers.

Cyber risk remains a key focus for directors - IOD

Directors perceive cyber-attacks to be the biggest threat to New Zealand businesses in 2017, with 79% of those surveyed rating the impact on their organisations strategic growth, operational efficiency and legal/ contractual compliance as medium or high.

Paua industry welcomes extension of Kaikoura closures

The New Zealand paua industry has welcomed today’s announcement that the shell fishery closure at Kaikoura and eastern Malborough is to be extended beyond three months.

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