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Brainwave launch Tiakina te Tamaiti: Workshop aimed at Whanau Maori

Brainwave Trust Aotearoa officially launched the Tiakina te Tamaiti Workshop at Auckland University’s Waipapa Marae on Thursday, 5 September.

NZ stays in global top 10 for energy balance - BusinessNZ

New Zealand is the only non-EU country to consistently rank in the global top 10 for balancing sustainability, affordability and security in energy.

This result is testament to a well-functioning energy market, strong policies and active efforts in the energy transition.

Time to prepare for the future of work, but not time to waste - Productivity Commission

"Technology adoption supports higher productivity growth, higher income growth and increased resources to pay for the things New Zealanders’ value. But the main problem facing New Zealand today isn’t too much technology, it’s not enough," says the Productivity Commission.

Moments of Truth: the role of life insurance revealed by FSC

New research commissioned by the Financial Services Council (FSC) has revealed New Zealanders views of life insurance and the vital role it plays in their lives.

ASB customers benefit from New Zealand first Business Debit card

ASB has announced a new Visa Debit card dedicated to providing small business customers with more purchasing power.

MYBLU products have not been linked to reported lung illnesses in the US

Imperial Brands Australasia is concerned by reports linking respiratory illnesses and deaths to the use of vaping products containing THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) - the principal psychoactive constituent of cannabis, which is not found in liquid nicotine products manufactured for myblu.

NZ wood industry zero carbon, and we can prove it - WPMA

If New Zealand’s ambition is to be a zero carbon economy by 2050 then it must nurture its wood industry. Many industries claim to be driving towards lower emissions but none have the low carbon profile of the wood sector.

Almost 17mil import and export transactions processed by Customs in 2018/19

In the year to 30 June 2019, Customs processed 16.7 million import and export transactions - up over 4% on the previous 12-month period.

11.9 million import transactions were processed in 2018/19, up 10% on the previous 12 months.

New fungicide approved for use on cereal crops - EPA

The Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) has approved an application to import a new fungicide, Vimoy Iblon, into New Zealand, for use on cereal crops.

New Franchise Coordinator for Century 21

Denika Hair has been appointed the Franchise Coordinator at Century 21 New Zealand.

Her primary role will be to support the Century 21 franchises nationwide. She will develop, implement and manage policies and procedures as well as coordinate training, events, and national conventions.