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EQC settles majority of 2018 storm and landslip claims

The Earthquake Commission has settled 1120 of the 1333 claims received for the storm events that crossed the country between January and September this year.

NZ's international hub port sees strong cargo growth in first quarter

Port of Tauranga today reported first quarter trade volumes grew 8.3% on the same period last year.

From 1 July 2018 to 30 September 2018, the Port handled more than 6.6 million tonnes of cargo.

Wellington student accommodation property sold through Savills

A large student accommodation property in central Wellington has been sold in a cross-border deal brokered by Savills.

Transforming Auckland into a captivating winter destination

A plan is underway to make Auckland an unmissable winter destination, to bring more visitors to the region in quieter months when spare capacity exists.

Dangerous scaffolding under the spotlight - WorkSafe

An Auckland scaffolding company with multiple previous breaches of safety law has been fined $180,000 for further failures to provide its workers with a safe working environment.

Treasury’s year shaped by Living Standards Framework and supporting new Govt

The Treasury Annual Report 2017/18 highlights many areas of work where the Treasury can take pride in its performance, Secretary to the Treasury Gabriel Makhlouf said today.

New Zealand broadband providers - Are any of them any good?

With the broadband and telecom sector so often the subject of negative news stories ranging from contractor mismanagement to failing connections and poor customer service, the Broadband Compare TUANZ Awards will provide a refreshing opportunity to sing the praises of a sector that is driving inno

Film Industry Working Group produces tripartite recommended model

Council of Trade Unions President Richard Wagstaff was pleased to have announced today a working model for moving forward with better employment laws for those in the film and screen industry.

South Taranaki properties see healthy increase in value

The total capital value of properties in South Taranaki has risen by 6.5% in the last three years to be worth $11.27 billion according to the latest district wide property rating valuation conducted by Quotable Value (QV).

Recommendations for screen sector workplace relations unveiled

A recommended model to allow collective bargaining for contractors in the screen sector has today been unveiled by the Government-convened Film Industry Working Group.