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Business experts prepare to reveal Pick of the Northland crop

Final submissions are in for Northland Inc’s accelerator competition, The Pick:19, and budding entrepreneurs can do no more than wait as the judges start their deliberations.

New roof for The Trusts Arena

Work on The Trusts Arena roof will begin in late July and is expected to last for 12 months, but shouldn’t cause any disruption to events or users of the Arena.

2019 ASB Wellington Exporter of the Year is Volpara Health Technologies

Breast imaging analytics provider Volpara Health Technologies is the winner of the 2019 ASB Wellington Exporter of the Year.

The award was announced last night at a gala dinner at the Intercontinental Hotel.

Little Yellow Bird set to become NZ's first community-owned ethical fashion brand

New Zealand brand Little Yellow Bird has been tackling the uniforms, workwear and apparel industry head on since its establishment in 2015 bringing sustainability and ethical working conditions to the forefront of consumers.

Workshops will offer insight into Earthquake Prone Building Process

Timaru District Council is next month holding three Earthquake Prone Buildings (EPB) workshops to help ensure building owners are up to speed with the notification process.

Enable urges Chch families to connect to fibre in time for RWC

Enable wants rugby-loving Christchurch families to act now and upgrade their internet service to Enable fibre broadband in time for the World Cup in September - to ensure they don’t miss out on a high-quality streaming experience.

SFO executes search warrants

The Serious Fraud Office, with the assistance of the Financial Markets Authority, executed search warrants this morning in relation to an investigation concerning the Dunedin-based financial advisor, Barry Kloogh.

TAIC Fox Glacier crash report

The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has responded to the release of the long-awaited Transport Accident Investigation Commission (TAIC) final report into the 21 November 2015 helicopter crash that claimed the lives of the pilot and six tourists.

Confidence in Startup Dunedin Trust attracts funds

The Dunedin City Council's Economic Development Committee (EDC) has approved $150,000 to support the Startup Dunedin Trust's development of the local startup ecosystem over 2019/20, providing pathways for entrepreneurs to start and grow businesses and support job creation in Dunedin.

Inadequate pay and driver facing cameras putting people off from truck driving - First Union

FIRST Union has released its In It For The Long-Haul survey of truck drivers that reveals an ageing workforce who say the job isn’t attractive anymore due to low pay and driver surveillance.