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Emirates wins three Passenger Choice Awards at APEX Asia

Emirates has received three regional passenger choice awards at the 2018 APEX Passenger Choice Awards ceremony held in Shanghai, China.

NZNO MECA meetings coming to a close

NZNO Industrial Services Manager Cee Payne explains that voting on the proposed mediated offer on the DHB Multi-Employer Collective Agreement for members employed by DHBs will close on Friday 23 March (tomorrow).

Whananaki Coastal Charolais owners win Northland Farm Environment Awards

Whananaki beef farmers Greta and Craig Harman have won the Northland Ballance Farm Environment Awards.

Productivity improvements needed for higher wages - report

A report released today by the Productivity Commission shows that when productivity goes up wages tend to follow. The growth of labour productivity and wages has slowed.

New law 'first step to regulate rogue labour-hire industry'

A Bill giving rights to labour-hire workers, that has passed through first reading in parliament tonight, is a long overdue step to regulating the industry says a union representing over 2,500 labour-hire workers.

Bohsoon Kang fined for unsatisfactory conduct

Auckland lawyer Bohsoon Kang has been fined $5,000 by the New Zealand Lawyers and Conveyancers Disciplinary Tribunal after a finding of unsatisfactory conduct.

Solid milk price some comfort to farmers - Coull

Duncan Coull, Chairman of the Fonterra Shareholders’ Council, said Farmers would welcome the increase in the forecast Farmgate Milk Price to $6.55 kg/MS but that the interim results announcement as a whole painted a disappointing picture for the first half of the financial year.

NZ manuka honey protection passes another hurdle

Protection of the term ‘mānuka honey’ for New Zealand has passed another important hurdle, with the announcement yesterday that the Intellectual Property Office of New Zealand (IPONZ) has accepted the term as a proposed certification mark.

Vector, 'the company with the highest complaints in NZ'

Hopefully someone in New Zealand will help fight back against this NZX listed bully boy company and expose their practices in bullying ratepayers and private home owners as they drop their intrusive electrical infrastructure outside people's home's.

Industry veteran to retire after 47 years with IAG

IAG New Zealand today announced the retirement of Karl Armstrong following 47 years with the company.

Mr Armstrong, the acting Executive General Manager of NZI, will retire on May 31.

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