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Closure of refinery 'will increase barrier to low emissions transport'

The announcement that the Marsden refinery is to be closed will increase the barrier to easy achievement of low emissions transport, says the Bioenergy Association.

Financial support needs to be fit for business - Auckland Business Chamber

"It’s not helpful dangling financial carrots in the form of low or no-interest loans to Covid wounded small and medium enterprises if that will worsen their situation in a climate of prolonged uncertainty with no cashflow, revenue, or resources to repay any further debt", says Auckland Business

Emissions plan delay sensible - BusinessNZ Energy Council

Delaying NZ’s first emissions reduction plan will allow for more business input, says Tina Schirr, Executive Director of the BusinessNZ Energy Council.

Extending the ERP timeframe is the right decision - Sustainable Business Council

The Government’s decision to extend the timeframe for delivering its first Emissions Reduction Plan (ERP) is the right decision while New Zealanders focus on getting through the latest Covid outbreak, says Sustainable Business Council Executive Director, Mike Burrell.

Extended consultation on ERP welcome - BusinessNZ

New Zealand’s first emissions reduction plan will play a significant role in achieving a low-emissions environment and we need to get it right, says BusinessNZ Chief Executive Kirk Hope.

'Mitigating job losses but helping people radically reimagine careers'

The recent threat of job losses and the near collapse of some sectors during the ongoing Covid-19 crisis may be an opportunity for those affected - and for government and industry - to address the shortage of certain skills in New Zealand if the ‘displaced’ are helped to radically rethink the

DHL and the modern Kiwi workplace

DHL Express New Zealand is a Great Place to Work® for third consecutive year Certified Great Place to Work® in 2021

'Neurodiversity an answer to speedier lockdown business recovery?'

New Zealand businesses that are again considering how they will pivot once the country emerges from the latest lockdown may recover more quickly if they learn from other 'pockets of innovation' and embrace disruptive thinking, says one of the founders of Brain Badge, Richard Rowley

Red Steel shares 'story of resilience' ahead of World Green Building Week

The theme of World Green Building Week 2021, which runs from 20-24 September, is Building Resilience. Local structural steel contractor Red Steel has a story of resilience to tell that stretches back 90 years to the Napier earthquake of 1931.

Partnering with Astute a 'significant advantage' for advisers

Astute Financial Management Limited (Astute) aims to be a market leader in the financial services industry, by providing outstanding financial adviser support and compliance processes, and access to a robust mentoring program.