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Transformation Programme Great Opportunity For Tamaki

7 May 2009 - The National-led Governments announcement on the Tamaki Transformation Programme (TTP) is a great opportunity according to elected representatives in the Tamaki ward of Auckland city.

Mini New Zealand Calls For Road User Charges To Be Renamed

7 May 2009 - In response to recommendations of the independent review into Road User Charges (RUC) that charges for small diesel vehicles be increased, but those for heavy trucks be substantially reduced, MINI New Zealand has called for Road User Charges to be renamed: 'Small Car Advantage Minima

C&R Compromise Aucklands Bus Lane Network

C&R Compromise Aucklands Bus Lane Network

7 May 2009 - At todays Auckland City Council Transport Committee meeting, Citizens and Ratepayers (C&R) block voted to run a trial which will allow vehicles carrying two or three or more people into the Tamaki Drive bus lanes.

Super Air Flying High After Industry Leadership Accolade

Super Air Flying High After Industry Leadership Accolade

7 May 2009 - Super Air, the agricultural aviation wing of Ballance Agri-Nutrients, has been commended as a finalist in a top national safety award for its work on managing pilot fatigue for its operational staff and the wider industry.

Salary And Pay Expectations Moving Down Fast

7 MAY 2009 - A major downward readjustment in pay rises is taking place as workers and businesses cut their cloth to the sudden change in the economic environment, says David Lowe, Employment Services Manager for the Northern Employers and Manufacturers Association.

Taming The Dragon - Prestigious China Trade Awards Opens For Applications

7 May 2009 - The 2009 Cathay Pacific NZCTA Trade Awards, which recognise New Zealanders who have achieved success in their business activities with China, are now open for applications.

Worrying Trends In Unemployment Figures

7 May 2009 - The CTU says that although unemployment at 5 percent, or 115,000 people, is less than many had forecast at this time, there are some worrying trends in the figures.

Jail For Multi Million Dollar Tax Fraud

7 May 2009 - A multi-million dollar tax fraud has led to six and a half years jail for a Hawkes Bay agricultural contractor.

Rajpal Singh Dhillon was sentenced in the Napier District Court today after last month being found guilty on 50 charges of tax evasion involving PAYE and GST.

Agricultural Contractor Gets Six Years For $3 Million Tax Fraud

Wellington, May 7 NZPA - A Hawke's Bay agricultural contractor has been jailed for 6-1/2 years over a multi-million dollar tax fraud.

One Opotiki Murder Accused Named

Wellington, May 7 NZPA - One of the teenagers accused of murdering retired Opotiki teacher John Rowe can now be identified.

She is 17-year-old Courtney Churchwood, of Opotiki.