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CTU Appoints New Economist

2 APRIL 2009 - The CTU has appointed Bill Rosenberg as Economist and Director of Policy. He will commence work on 11th May.

Bill Rosenberg has a B.Com in Economics, a BSc in Mathematics and a PhD in Mathematical Psychology.

University Of Auckland Home To World Class New Zealanders

University Of Auckland Home To World Class New Zealanders

2 APRIL 2009 - Professor Peter Hunter and business leader John Buchanan were among the outstanding kiwis to receive World Class New Zealander awards at a gala dinner in Auckland last night.

Breast Cancer Programmes To Get $1.25 Million Boost

Wellington, April 2 NZPA - The New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation is embarking on an ambitious $1.25 million programme to improve the wellbeing of women with breast cancer.

Waikato Museum Celebrates 75th Anniversary Of Waikato Society Of Arts

2 APRIL 2009 - An exhibition celebrating 75 years of the Waikato Society of Arts opens at Waikato Museum this Saturday [4 April].

Arrangements To Ensure Continuity Of Telecommunications Decisions At Commerce Commission

Arrangements To Ensure Continuity Of Telecommunications Decisions At Commerce Commission

2 APRIL 2009 - Plans have been put in place at the Commerce Commission to ensure continuity of the large workload of telecommunications decisions, during a period of transition.

No Proceedings Issued Against Schindler Lifts Over Historic Allegations

No Proceedings Issued Against Schindler Lifts Over Historic Allegations

2 April 2009 - The investigation by the Commerce Commission into alleged historic localized anticompetitive conduct involving a single employee in the South Island from the late 1980's to the early 1990's was officially concluded with the Commission issuing a warning letter to Schindler Lifts N

Canteen Funds New Zealand's First Adolescent Oncology Facility

Canteen Funds New Zealand's First Adolescent Oncology Facility

2 April 2009 - CanTeen is proud to partner the Starship Foundation with its support of New Zealand's first dedicated adolescent oncology facility at Starship Hospital.

Problem Gambling Taking Greater Toll As Recession Bites

Problem Gambling Taking Greater Toll As Recession Bites

2 APRIL 2009 - Problem gambling is devastating a growing proportion of South Auckland families seeking help from The Salvation Army.

Shoelace ANB Belt Unlocked Prison Van, Court Told

Wellington, April 2 NZPA - A shoelace and a belt were used to override the locking system on a moving prison van, allowing two prisoners to escape, a court has been told.

NRC Chairman Welcomes Govt Aquaculture Move

NRC Chairman Welcomes Govt Aquaculture Move

2 APRIL 2009 - Government plans to investigate finfish and oyster farming opportunities in Northland in a bid to grow New Zealand's aquaculture industry have been welcomed by the Northland Regional Council.