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Food and beverage block goes on the market for sale - Bayleys

A block of retail shops which reflects the blending of Auckland’s heritage character with the city’s evolving population demographic has been placed on the market for sale.

ACC levy freeze relief for businesses - EMA

The EMA is pleased with the Government’s announcement today that it is freezing ACC levies, paid by businesses, the self-employed and motorists to cover the costs of accidents, for two years.

New MBA course maximises data to drive post-Covid strategy - UoC

In a post-COVID business environment, the use of data to drive decisions will be key to making a greater impact.

ANZIIF launch building integrity course for New Zealand insurance professionals

Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance is thrilled to announce the launch of Building Integrity - a short course designed for New Zealand insurance professionals to raise awareness of issues around Conduct and Culture in the industry.

Beef + Lamb NZ Genetics and LIC collaborate for bull progeny testing

Beef + Lamb New Zealand (B+LNZ) Genetics and LIC have joined forces to fulfill growing demand for quality beef genetics suitable for New Zealand dairy cows and support a continued focus on animal welfare by making superior beef genetics easier for dairy farmers to access.

Farm manager fined for hitting cows - MPI

A Whāngārei farm manager has been fined $3,130 for failing to minimise pain and distress in dairy cattle.

Women shouldn't be penalised for raising a family - AMP Wealth Management

Specialist KiwiSaver provider, AMP Wealth Management today announced employees on unpaid parental leave will continue to receive a 12 per cent employer contribution to their KiwiSaver to help close the retirement savings gender gap.

A year of incredible achievements and interesting times for Skills Active

Skills Active is reflecting back on an eventful year in its 2019 Annual Report, which details a strong performance and growth in qualifications and programmes - all under a backdrop of major structural change, through the reform of vocational education.

Community Recovery Programme a win for the regions - Business Central

The rollout of the Mayors Taskforce for Jobs (MTFJ) Community Recovery Programme to an additional 23 Councils is fantastic news for young people in the regions, Business Central Chief Executive, John Milford, says.

Finishing line in sight for first Extension 350 farmers - Northland Inc

Northland Inc’s award-winning Extension 350 celebrated a significant milestone this week as the project’s first three clusters approached the completion of their three-year journey of change, development, and opportunity.