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Living Wage rate to be announced

The official 2017 New Zealand Living Wage will be announced next Tuesday 21 February at 12:01am.

The Living Wage is defined as:

NZRDA and DHB bargaining - update

New Zealand’s Resident Doctors have been in negotiation for the renewal of the MECA (Multi Employer Collective Employment Agreement) for over a year now, with the key issue having been safer rosters for Resident Doctors.

New brand identity for law firm Russell McVeagh

New Zealand's top commercial law firm, Russell McVeagh, has revealed a new identity developed by branding agency Principals.

Creativity needs encouragement in Christchurch - Lincoln study

Christchurch’s international reputation for post-earthquake innovation may be waning.

The creativity that brought us projects like the Re:Start Container Mall, the pallet pavilion and a cycle-powered cinema could now be stymied in the face of big block developments and over-planning.

Rain welcome after dry summer in parts of Sth Auckland and Waikato

Recent wet weather, with forecasts of more to come in the next few weeks, is raising optimism that dry conditions in parts of South Auckland and Waikato won’t lead to significant and widespread problems for farmers in the next few months.

New premium hotel to be developed at Auckland Airport

Auckland Airport and Tainui Group Holdings have announced an agreement to develop a new 5-star hotel adjacent to Auckland Airport’s international terminal and the existing 4-star Novotel hotel. The new premium 250-room hotel will be operated by AccorHotels under the Pullman brand.

Racing chief executive stepping down

Greg Purcell, Chief Executive for the past six years of New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing, has given notice to the NZTR Board of his intention to step down by the end of the current racing season.

NZ pharmacy students included in Australian business competition

New Zealand’s pharmacy students are invited to participate in the eleventh Australian National Student Business Plan Competition which was launched in January during the Annual National Australian Pharmacy Students Association (NAPSA) Congress in Perth.

New Arts major focuses on top job employability

Communication across our culture, both in personal and professional life, has never been more dynamic and the potential for top careers for well-trained people is huge.

Ballance scholarships 'set to secure a bright future'

Ballance Agri-Nutrients has awarded a total of $54,000 in tertiary study scholarships to six talented students who are committed to the future success of our primary industries sector.

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