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'Apathetic bosses one reason workplace accidents still too high'

Apathy from some senior leaders may be a significant reason why deaths and accidents on New Zealand worksites have not reduced appreciably in the last few years, despite strict legislation.

Bostock and Milford Private Equity team up to grow and market Honeycrisp

The Southern Hemisphere’s largest organic apple grower and Milford Private Equity are now growing and marketing the very popular organic Honeycrisp apple variety to customers around the world.

Lower Hutt 'heats up' for NZ's only Summer Refresher Drink Challenge

Fancy a passionfruit cheesecake milkshake, a pineapple jalapeno fizzy, an iced coffee made with seaweed or an old-fashioned banana smoothie? These are just some of the crazy and delectable drinks up for grabs when New Zealand’s only cold drink challenge kicks off in Lower Hutt this month.

More whanau facing Covid-19 related financial challenges - FinCap

Financial mentors committed to their communities across Aotearoa are coping with the increased strain created by COVID-19 - but only just.

Fonterra revises milk collection forecast

Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited today revised the forecast for its 2021/22 New Zealand milk collections to 1,500 million kilograms of milk solids (kgMS), down from its opening forecast of 1,525 million kgMS.

What to Expect in the Global Aquaculture Industry in 2022 - Rabobank

Strong retail demand and the reopening of foodservice set the aquaculture industry up for another strong year in 2022, especially for salmon and shrimp.

Eco-packaging for seafood industry - MPI

Government funding boost to help commercial production of bio-based polystyrene alternative for seafood industry.

A new project will help accelerate the production of a compostable and biodegradable alternative to polystyrene packaging used in the seafood industry.

The 2021 Corteva Young Viticulturist of the Year National Final set to go ahead

It may be five months later than planned, but it’s on! Due to the sudden and extended Delta lockdown the 2021 Corteva Young Viticulturist of the Year Competition, just one week away from taking place in August, is set to finally go ahead on Thursday 27th January 2022.

Global research reveals Kiwi MSMBs lack ambition

Kiwi businesses have global ambitions but Covid-19 and international payments are the most significant barriers to expanding overseas, according to new research by Wise Business, the business account for going global.

Annual Mood of the Workforce Survey shows 'low wage economy hurting Kiwi workers'

As the New Zealand economy stares down the barrel of a potential omicron outbreak, workers are already feeling squeezed from low wages and high levels of stress and burnout, a new survey reveals.