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Two Air New Zealand board appointments

Air New Zealand is appointing two outstanding business leaders to its Board of Directors.

Surge in visits to Sorted reveals New Zealanders’ money worries - CFFC

A sharp increase in use of CFFC's money guidance service Sorted has revealed which topics are worrying New Zealanders the most during COVID-19.

'Investment in world-class fibre broadband pays off for the people of Christchurch'

The people of Christchurch own their world-class fibre broadband network and it is delivering the essential service the 115,000 connected households and businesses need during the COVID-19 Alert Level 4 lock-down.

New Zealand Law Society offers assistance to Epidemic Response Committee

Responding to the COVID-19 crisis requires a commitment to the fundamental values that underpin New Zealand's legal system, New Zealand Law Society | Te Kāhui Ture o Aotearoa President Tiana Epati says.

The Warehouse donates Easter eggs to New Zealanders in need

The Warehouse is donating thousands of its Easter eggs to families in need across New Zealand.

While chocolate eggs will still be available to purchase when The Warehouse stores reopen, the company announced it will also donate a portion to Women’s Refuge and KiwiHarvest.

Infracom backs emergency procurement measures

The Infrastructure Commission, Te Waihanga (Infracom) has welcomed the Government’s decision to set emergency procurement measures in train with the advent of COVID-19, to help keep the construction industry in business.

An update on TUANZ for media contacts

TUANZ has been representing users of communications and digital technology for more than 35 years and over that time the world around us has changed significantly.

Local advocacy key to central response - CECC

"Cashflow, confidence and connection" are pivotal during these challenging times, says Canterbury Employers’ Chamber of Commerce Chief Executive Leeann Watson.

Expanded large scale asset purchases - RBNZ

The Reserve Bank of New Zealand has added $3 billion of Local Government Funding Agency (LGFA) debt to its Large Scale Asset Purchase programme (LSAP). This represents approximately 30 percent of the total LGFA debt on issue, and takes the total size of the LSAP to $33 billion over 12 months.

Company charged over December dairy effluent discharge - council

A farming company has been charged with the discharge of a significant volume of dairy effluent from a Patoka farm into a tributary of the Mangatutu Stream, which flows into the Tutaekuri River late last year.