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Bakers Applaud Government Decision On Folic Acid

Bakers Applaud Government Decision On Folic Acid

The Government's common sense decision to defer mandatory fortification of all New Zealand bread with folic acid is to be applauded, says Laurie Powell, President of the NZ Association of Bakers.

Dell Appoints New Zealand Country Manager

Dell Appoints New Zealand Country Manager

Dell today announced the appointment of Mike Hill as its country manager for New Zealand.  He will lead a team focused on providing the full range of Dell’s solutions and services to businesses across the country.

Abano Sells New Zealand Audiology Business

Abano Sells New Zealand Audiology Business

Listed healthcare and medical services provider, Abano Healthcare Group Limited, today announced the signing of an agreement to sell 100 percent of Bay Audiology Limited to National Hearing Care (New Zealand) Limited for $157.8 million.
 

New Brewing Course And Craft Beer Survey Results Announced

New Brewing Course And Craft Beer Survey Results Announced

Massey University will host New Zealand's first residential short course in craft brewing at its Palmerston North campus in November. The University of Ballarat's Dr Peter Aldred and Dr Frank Vriesekoop will run the course.

Zeal 320 Ltd And EPMU Reach Agreement On New CEA

Zeal 320 Ltd And EPMU Reach Agreement On New CEA

Air New Zealand subsidiary Zeal 320 Ltd and the Engineering, Printing & Manufacturing Union (EPMU) have reached agreement on a new collective employment agreement covering most flight attendants who operate on the A320 aircraft on the Tasman Pacific routes after long-running negotiations.

Work Off To An Excellent Start: Visionstream

Work Off To An Excellent Start: Visionstream

Visionstream's 10-year contract to construct and maintain Telecom's network infrastructure in Auckland and Northland is underway, and work has got off to an excellent start, the company said today.

WHK Gosling Chapman Becomes WHK

WHK Gosling Chapman Becomes WHK

Leading business and accounting advisors WHK Gosling Chapman (part of the WHK Group Limited) will simplify its name to WHK from 1 September, 2009.

Skycity Workers Demand Answers As Bosses Gamble With Their Livelihoods

Skycity Workers Demand Answers As Bosses Gamble With Their Livelihoods

Cleaners and dealers are demanding answers after SKYCITY Auckland put proposals on the table which would mean huge cuts to their pay and hours.

CDC Workshops Aimed At Increasing Regional Prosperity

CDC Workshops Aimed At Increasing Regional Prosperity

Canterbury Development Corporation is looking for companies with a serious focus on growth to sign up for a new series of "Fast-Track" workshops.

Fonterra Milking New Zealand Taxpayers

Fonterra Milking New Zealand Taxpayers

The Maritime Union has hit back at "socially irresponsible" Fonterra pulling out of regional ports and says the dairy giant's profits are being subsidized by the taxpayer.