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Nationwide Protests To Demand: "Lift The Freeze On Low Pay"

Nationwide Protests To Demand: "Lift The Freeze On Low Pay"

CTU Advisory:

What: "Lift the Freeze on Low Pay" demonstrations

When: Friday 27 November, 12.30-1.30pm

Where: Nationwide - see list of venues below

Zespri Focused On Selling Kiwifruit

Zespri Focused On Selling Kiwifruit

ZESPRI International Limited says it is focused on ensuring a successful finish to the New Zealand kiwifruit selling season, and will not become publicly engaged in the detail of trade policy issues reported in the domestic media this week.

Corporate Events Guide Breaks National Record

Last month, Auckland based company - The Corporate Events Guide - broke the national record for the largest number of attendees at a conference and events expo!

Sage Certifies Paramount Technologies Workplace

Sage Certifies Paramount Technologies Workplace

Paramount Technologies, the leading global provider of midmarket Employee Workforce Automation solutions and a Sage Gold Development Partner, announced today that their WorkPlace eProcurement Suite has successfully completed certification by Sage on both Sage MAS 500 ERP and Sage Accpac ERP.

Environmental Group Calls For Clarity On Use Of Conservation Land For ETS Forest Sinks

Environmental Group Calls For Clarity On Use Of Conservation Land For ETS Forest Sinks

Environmental Group calls for clarity on use of Conservation land for ETS forest sinks

AMP Welcomes Ripoll Report

AMP Welcomes Ripoll Report

AMP Limited today welcomed the Ripoll Report recommendations handed down by the Joint Parliamentary Committee (PJC) on Corporations and Financial Services.

Kiwirail Assembles Team To Manage EMU Procurement

Kiwirail Assembles Team To Manage EMU Procurement

KiwiRail will be working with Auckland Regional Transport Authority (ARTA) to ensure that requests for tenders for the new Auckland electric multiple units can be issued as soon as possible, KiwiRail Chief Executive Jim Quinn said today following the announcement by the Government of funding for

Slow Slog For Rural Property - Survey

The rural property market is a slow slog for sellers, with cashed-up buyers thin on the ground and differing price expectations, First National Group's quarterly rural survey shows.

Mixed News On Job Front

Mixed News On Job Front

The CTU gave a cautious welcome to expansion of the youth Job Ops scheme and the improvement in youth unemployment figures announced today.

Border Taxes: Should New Zealand Be Worried?

Border Taxes: Should New Zealand Be Worried?

A number of countries are talking about introducing border taxes to protect their local industry from imports from countries that have no or soft policies to tackle climate change.