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NZUS Council welcomes news PM to meet with Trump

NZUS Council executive director Jordan Small welcomes the news New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will meet with US President Donald Trump in New York next week.

Immigration changes to benefit rural Canterbury - CECC

Today’s policy announcements around employer-assisted temporary work visa settings will provide welcome relief for some rural Canterbury businesses according to Canterbury Employers’ Chamber of Commerce Chief Executive Leeann Watson.

'Unconscious Saving' plan proposed to increase KiwiSaver savings

Most New Zealanders are not saving enough to have a comfortable retirement.

Chamber’s pre-election report wants councils to make 'hard calls’

Wellington City and the greater region are facing some very real challenges that local government leaders must address - that’s the message from Wellington Chamber’s pre-election report that has been released today.

PR: Temporary work visa improvements a welcome start

Changes announced today by the Immigration Minister to employer-assisted visas will help businesses, but more work is needed to boost economic growth says Business Central.

DairyNZ welcomes immigration changes

DairyNZ Chief Executive Dr Tim Mackle is welcoming today’s announcement that the Government will be streamlining the employer assisted work visa process to help businesses and farms fill skills shortages.

Infrastructure resilience important but balance is needed - BusinessNZ

The BusinessNZ Energy Council (BEC) welcomes a Government inquiry into Auckland fuel supply disruption following the Marsden Point Oil Refinery pipeline rupture in 2017.

Business Chamber head welcomes Ardern Trump bilateral

The bilateral meeting between Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and US President Donald Trump will be an opportunity to strengthen trade ties.

Work visa changes to support NZ tourism employers - TIA

Changes to the temporary work visa process should support New Zealand’s tourism industry to find the workers it needs, particularly in regions like Queenstown, Tourism Industry Aotearoa says.

Porirua Chamber hosts 2019 Mayoral debate tonight

The Porirua Chamber of Commerce is tonight hosting a Mayoral debate for candidates, ahead of the upcoming election.

"The Chamber’s mayoral debate is a great chance for voters to quiz the parties on the issues facing Porirua," says Heather Hutchings, Porirua Chamber of Commerce Chair.