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New funding recognises rural sector’s strong focus on sustainability

The Government’s investment of more than $6 million into farmer-led projects to improve water health in Canterbury and Otago reinforces the important sustainability work already undertaken by the rural sector says Canterbury Employers’ Chamber of Commerce Chief Executive Leeann Watson.

Lexus Design Awards: Local AUT competition winners announced

The winners of the localised Lexus Design Award have been announced, giving Auckland University of Technology (AUT) Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies students the chance to showcase their creativity, innovation and design skills on an international stage.

World Children’s Day: Emirates spotlights the work of its Foundation partners

On World Children’s Day, the Emirates Airline Foundation and its NGO partners share their hopes for improving the welfare of disadvantaged children around the world, and speak on projects that provide children with safe shelter, basic necessities such as food and medical services, and access to

No exploration off Canterbury coast disappointing news - PEPANZ

The decision not to carry out exploratory drilling for oil and gas off the Canterbury coast next year is disappointing news, says the Petroleum Exploration and Production Association of New Zealand (PEPANZ).

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Westland Milk sale judicial review not successful - Chris Leitch

The High Court judgment on Social Credit’s judicial review of last year’s Overseas Investment Office decision to approve the sale of Westland Milk Products to Hong Kong Jingang, a company wholly owned by Chinese conglomerate Inner Mongolian Yili, which is itself partly owned by the Chinese go

Trigger Section 64 to support migrant workers and plug labour shortage - FIRST Union

With current financial support for migrant workers coming to an end at the end of the month, the Union Network of Migrants (UNEMIG) has written to the Ministers for Social Development and Immigration, demanding the Government trigger Section 64 of the Social Security Act to grant emergency benefi

Napier and Taupo industrial sales highlight huge investor demand

Two prime industrial properties in Napier and Taupō have been snapped up for almost $10 million, highlighting the enormous demand for commercial property in the central North Island.

Huge lifestyle subdivision site for sale in a key Auckland growth hub

An enormous 300ha landholding in Wainui, near the major Auckland growth node of Silverdale, is for sale with consented subdivision plans that will allow a new owner to add significant value.

Supply chain on the brink of overload says National Road Carriers

The New Zealand supply chain is on the brink of overload and it looks like the upcoming peak imports season may push it over the edge says National Road Carriers Association (NRC) CEO David Aitken.