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Safety profile: Formalising health and safety processes at Eilean Donan

This profile is part of a seven-part series from WorkSafe sharing the health and safety approaches taken by the grand finalists of the 2019 FMG Young Farmer of the Year competition.

Breaking records: Tourism delivers $11.2 billion to communities

Tourism is the beating heart of New Zealand’s economy with daily spend figures reaching a record high.

The International Visitor Survey report (IVS) released today shows international visitors are spending $11.2 billion on holiday in New Zealand each year.

Sites filling fast for this year's Effluent Expo

More than half the available sites are already booked seven months out from the 2019 Effluent Expo on November 19 and 20 at the Mystery Creek Events Centre south of Hamilton.

Commission warns Spark for misleading in-contract customers - CC

Retail telecommunications provider Spark New Zealand Limited (Spark) has been warned by the Commerce Commission for likely breaching the law when it notified customers of a broadband price rise.

Museum of Transport and Technology wins Top Prize at industry awards

MOTAT, New Zealand’s Museum of Transport and Technology has taken out top prize for its exhibition Accelerate: Driving New Zealand in the category of ‘Exhibition Excellence: Science and Technology’ the 2019 ServiceIQ New Zealand Museums Awards in Wellington last night.

Vote Health needs an extra $1.3 billion just to stand still - CTU

Bill Rosenberg, Economist and Policy Director for the New Zealand Council of Trade Unions (CTU) and Lyndon Keene, Director of Policy and Research, for the Association of Salaried Medical Specialists (ASMS) have conducted a detailed analysis of what the government needs to allocate to health spend

Kiwi businesses benefitting from growth in Te Araroa walker numbers

The growing number of walkers exploring the national Te Araroa trail is helping to sustain many of the businesses and small communities along its length.

Farmers retail workers step up strike action to full withdrawal of labour

Workers in Auckland at Botany, Manukau and Pukekohe are walking off the job today over Farmers’ refusal to pay the Living Wage and the company’s faulty performance pay system that keeps wages down.

Women in tech need greater support - MYOB

Leading accounting software provider MYOB is calling on the local tech sector - and wider business community - to do more for women working in tech and young girls in STEM-related fields of study.

Michele Embling wins Hunter Campbell Diversity and Inclusion Award

PwC chair Michele Embling was named the 2019 winner of the Hunter Campbell Diversity and Inclusion Award at the annual INFINZ awards announced in Auckland last night.