Fonterra Chairman John Wilson has welcomed today's release of Trade Agenda 2030.
Auckland’s public servants are at breaking point due to the housing crisis - and more than half of them plan to leave the city, the Public Service Association Te PÅ«kenga Here Tikanga Mahi says.
Wellington Regional Economic Development Agency (WREDA) welcomed the refreshed trade policy strategy Trade Agenda 2030 - Securing our place in the world, launched by the Prime Minister today.
Pioneer Construction, formerly known as Canterbury Rebuilders, have been awarded a two-year exclusive contract to build portable cabins for Just Cabins in the South Island.
The lack of women in leadership positions is a persistent problem that Professor Sarah Leberman has spent her career researching and trying to solve. That’s why she started the Young Women’s Leadership Programme, which aims to reach young women before they leave school.
A union representing thousands of working people in retail says Auckland Council’s decision to consult on possible Easter trading changes is putting retail workers offside.
Horizons Regional Council and hill country farmers are celebrating ten years of Whole Farm Plans helping to reduce erosion and improve water quality.
Zespri supports the aims announced by the Government today to redouble efforts to expand New Zealand’s network of free trade agreements and improve access to markets for New Zealand exporters.
The Government’s Trade Agenda 2030 will be welcomed by the wider business community says MYOB.
The annual trade deficit for the year ended February 2017 was $3.8 billion, the largest since April 2009, Stats NZ said today.
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