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Bus Drivers' Rejection Of Offer Means Uncertainty For Public

Bus Drivers' Rejection Of Offer Means Uncertainty For Public

"News that the battle between NZ Bus and its drivers is set to continue means more uncertainty for the public and only discourages people from taking up public transport," says Cameron Brewer, chief executive of the Newmarket Business Association.

Unions Turn Down Offer Of 11.5 Per Cent

Unions Turn Down Offer Of 11.5 Per Cent

Since May, NZ Bus has been participating in negotiations with the four unions making up the Auckland Combined Unions who represent the majority of bus drivers and cleaners in Auckland to agree a new Combined Employment Agreement (CEA) for their members.

"Internet Is Good For The Newspaper Business"

"Internet Is Good For The Newspaper Business"

John Paton, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of impreMedia LLC, the number one Hispanic news and information company in the United States, believes digital news distribution is the single best thing that has happened to our business in the last quarter century.

Meridian Planning Smart Meter Customer Trial In New Year

Meridian Planning Smart Meter Customer Trial In New Year

Power company Meridian is planning a large-scale pilot of its newly-installed smart meter network in Christchurch as the next step towards developing new electricity products for its customers using the new meters.

Fairfax Pleads Guilty To Breaching TAIC Act

Fairfax Pleads Guilty To Breaching TAIC Act

Wellington, Nov 3 NZPA - The Dominion Post has admitted it broke the law by publishing a story about Maritime New Zealand's failures in a near-catastrophic shipping accident, based on a draft Transport Accident Investigation Commission report.

Auckland Museum Reports First-quarter Visitation, Sees Big Jump In Numbers

Auckland Museum Reports First-quarter Visitation, Sees Big Jump In Numbers

Auckland War Memorial Museum has delivered its first visitor report of the 2009/2010 year to its Trust Board, showing broad increases in visitation for the first quarter of the financial year.

Australian Airlines To Pay NZ Passenger Safety Levy

Australian Airlines To Pay NZ Passenger Safety Levy

Cabinet has approved an amendment to the Civil Aviation (Safety) Levies Order 2002 to ensure Australian airlines operating in New Zealand under their Australian certificates pay passenger safety levies.

Industrial Action At Solid Energy Mines

Industrial Action At Solid Energy Mines

About 780 employees working at Solid Energy coal mines are taking industrial action as negotiations continue for a new Multi-Employer Collective Agreement (MECA) with the Engineers' Union.

ACP: Encouraging Signs For Media

ACP: Encouraging Signs For Media

The latest readership results released by Nielsen for the 12-month period ending September 09 clearly reflect a difficult and tumultuous time for all media.