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Investor confidence in need of a spring boost - ASB

Investor Confidence has fallen to a three-and-a-half year low, as confidence in the return on a number of products and assets slipped over the quarter.

Waikato Stud secures Super Seth

New Zealand’s Waikato Stud has secured a majority share in star 3yo colt Super Seth, the son of emerging super stallion Dundeel.

'Still work to do' on the Zero Carbon Bill and methane targets

"There is still critical work to be done on the Zero Carbon Bill and its methane targets to ensure the Bill achieves its own objectives," says Beef + Lamb New Zealand’s (B+LNZ) Chief Executive Sam McIvor.

Nelson winery takes top honours

xEvery great story has a twist. When looking for New Zealand’s champion Sauvignon Blanc this year many may head to the top of the south, yet only those who venture over the hill will find it.

E tū welcomes Living Wage at Queenstown Airport

Queenstown Airport Corporation (QAC) have announced that they are officially an accredited Living Wage Employer, with all of their workers being paid at least $21.15.

Zero Carbon Bill a mixed bag for farmers - DairyNZ

DairyNZ Chief Executive Dr Tim Mackle is describing the Zero Carbon Bill as a ‘mixed bag’ for farmers, while urging all political parties to work together to find consensus on a pathway forward.

Sales of inefficient light bulbs plummet as Kiwis embrace LEDs

Supermarket sales of energy-hungry incandescent light bulbs have halved since 2015, a trend welcomed by EECA (Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority).

Statistics out today show improvements for working Kiwis - CTU

The CTU welcomes the increase in the average wage by 4.2% over the year.

WorkSafe commits to Pacific worker safety programme

WorkSafe New Zealand is today celebrating its formal commitment to a programme that ensures Pacific peoples are kept healthy and safe at work.

Unemployment rises to 4.2 percent, while underutilisation falls - Stats NZ

The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate rose to 4.2 percent in the September 2019 quarter, up from 3.9 percent last quarter, Stats NZ said today.