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Have your say on the future of manufacturing - EMA

Manufacturing is a cornerstone of the New Zealand economy and will be a key sector into the future, highlighted by the Government’s commitment to the draft Industry Transformation Plan (https://www.mbie.govt.nz/business-and-employment/economic-development/industry-policy/industry-transformati

DCANZ calls for the EU to move beyond protectionism in FTA negotiation

The Dairy Companies Association of New Zealand (DCANZ) is calling for the European Union to move beyond dairy market protectionism in its FTA negotiation with New Zealand.

Gross negligence caused toxic gas death - WorkSafe

Jim Gideon died in August 2017, after being overcome by hydrogen sulphide gas from a treatment pit at Waste Management’s facility in Seaview, Lower Hutt.

NZ Post stamps celebrate Te Kura's 100th anniversary and historic partnership

NZ Post’s newest stamp recognises our association with New Zealand’s largest school Te Kura Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu which celebrates its 100th anniversary this year.

NAIT reconsiders operational strategy to accommodate smaller rise in levies

The National Animal Identification and Tracing scheme, NAIT Limited, ran a public consultation with levy payers and collection agents between 21 January and 25 February 2022.

Vegan charities to receive $1.4 million in free advertising

Creative Compass, a vegan digital marketing agency, is launching a program to help 12 eligible animal rights organisations receive a combined total of $1.4 million worth of free advertising per year.

Gas transition plan will 'provide clarity' - GasNZ

The Commerce Commission has acknowledged that gas pipelines could be repurposed to carry other gases, while announcing price increases that gas line companies will be able to charge for piped gas connections.

NZ on short list: breaches of international law - BusinessNZ

New Zealand is now on a short list of 22 countries accused of breaches of international law.

Trampoline-building former paperboys setting up Trade Me-rival marketplace app

Success is snowballing for an Auckland odd jobs marketplace app created by a man who delivered the NZ Herald to homes for months while bootstrapping his software startup, Ezy Peazy.

New Gateway Galore - ServiceIQ

"It’s been a real success", enthuses Grant Hobbs, Gateway Coordinator at Auckland’s De La Salle College. "We’ve seen hundreds of young people engage with the workplace. Teachers and I have seen a real change in their maturity because they’re starting to work with adults.