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MTA Supports Common Sense Decision On Vehicle Marking

MTA Supports Common Sense Decision On Vehicle Marking

5 May 2009 - The Motor Trade Association (MTA) has come out in support of the Government's decision to not proceed with the Whole of Vehicle Marking (WOVM) scheme.

Protecting Jobs A Priority At ASB

Protecting Jobs A Priority At ASB

5 May 2009 - ASB remains 100% committed to doing whatever we can to retain as many jobs as possible for New Zealanders right here in New Zealand.

Auckland House Prices And Sales Volume Hold Up Well In April

Auckland House Prices And Sales Volume Hold Up Well In April

5 May 2009 - In April Auckland's residential housing showed no signs of giving up the surge in activity experienced in February and March, with the average house price being $502,726, up 2.2 percent on that achieved in March.

Ballance Joins Calls For Delay To Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS)

Ballance Joins Calls For Delay To Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS)

Fertiliser specialist Ballance Agri-Nutrients is asking for more clarity regarding the impact of the Emissions Trading Scheme, telling the Special Select Committee (4 May) that the details are too vague in their present form.

More People Saving Than Last Year - AXA

More People Saving Than Last Year - AXA

The latest consumer confidence figures show New Zealanders are becoming more financially savvy, focusing on savings not spending, says AXA New Zealand.

Back Bloody Brilliant Bees

Back Bloody Brilliant Bees

4 MAY 2009 - Federated Farmers is pushing government to recognise the role of bees by boosting biosecurity response and research. Bees are an invaluable part of the $24.5 billion agricultural sector - New Zealand's largest and most important industry.

NZ Egg Farmers Welcome Findings Of Independent Welfare Study

NZ Egg Farmers Welcome Findings Of Independent Welfare Study

4 May 2009 - New Zealand egg producers today welcomed the release by MAF of the country's most comprehensive investigation into hen welfare.

Otago Stadium Shows How Councils Farm Farmers

Otago Stadium Shows How Councils Farm Farmers

4 May 2009 - The Otago Regional Stadium, for which contracts were signed last week, is being held up by Federated Farmers as a prime example of how farmers are being farmed by councils for their rates.

DairyNZ Says Don't Tax Farmers

DairyNZ Says Don't Tax Farmers

4 MAY 2009 - DairyNZ says it would make no sense to tax dairy farmers for greenhouse gas emissions until technology exists to enable farmers to reduce the emissions.

Business Leaders: Emissions Trading Policy Delays Causing Major Investment Blight

Business Leaders: Emissions Trading Policy Delays Causing Major Investment Blight

4 MAY 2009 - Lack of emissions trading policy certainty is causing major investment blight.