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Highlanders Winger Denies Assault Charge

Wednesday, 29 July, 2009 - 07:44

Wellington, July 29 NZPA - Otago and Highlanders winger Lucky Mulipola has denied an assault charge but could lose his rugby contract if found guilty.

Mulipola, 26, has been charged with assault with intent to injure Majdi Ghanem Mohammed Abed-Rabbo on May 22 in Dunedin.

Auckland Prison Garage Gets Its Wof

Tuesday, 28 July, 2009 - 12:26

Prisoners undertaking Corrections Inmate Employment (CIE) training in the garage at Auckland Prison will now have the opportunity to learn how to undertake Warrant of Fitness inspections.

Employers Need To Speak Up On Important Changes To Holidays Act

Tuesday, 28 July, 2009 - 12:24

The Holidays Act is one of the biggest employment compliance headaches, and it is important employers get involved in changes to it, says David Lowe, Employment Services Manager for the Northern Employers and Manufacturers Association.

The Warehouse Extends Its Store Offering With Local Format

Tuesday, 28 July, 2009 - 11:11

The Warehouse, New Zealand's largest retailer now with 86 stores nationwide and its recently launched online store, has opened its first smaller store format - The Warehouse Local - with plans to roll out the regionalised concept nationwide.

Baby Boomers Refuse To Retire

Tuesday, 28 July, 2009 - 11:08

As the first of New Zealand's largest and most influential generation start turning 65, the big question taxing society is, "Will our aging baby boomers slip quietly into their golden years to become a burden on the young, or will they, rebellious to the last, reinvent the way we think of older p

Spider Man Fined For Importing Unknown Tarantulas

Monday, 27 July, 2009 - 15:12

Wellington, July 27 NZPA - An Auckland spider enthusiast has been fined a total of $4630 for trying to import seven orange tarantulas from the Philippines.

Former Immigration Boss `Misled' Employers Over Qualifications

Monday, 27 July, 2009 - 13:12

Wellington, July 27 NZPA - Former Immigration Service chief executive Mary Anne Thompson believed "in her head" she was a London university accredited PhD, a court was told today.

Plans To Cut Polytechnic Councils Undermine Their Purpose

Monday, 27 July, 2009 - 13:02

Leaked proposals to remove unions and employers from Polytechnics and Institutes of Technology (ITP) councils will be fought if they go ahead in the form apparently suggested by Education Minister Anne Tolley, said CTU President Helen Kelly.

Spider Man Caught And Fined

Monday, 27 July, 2009 - 13:01

An Auckland man was sentenced in the Manukau District Court last week for the illegal importation of spiders and must pay a fine of $4,000 as well as investigation and court costs totalling $630.00.

Mayor Welcomes Key's $1.5 Million Quick Start Funding

Monday, 27 July, 2009 - 11:32

Mayor welcomes John Key's $1.5 million Hauraki Trails Quick Start funding

Thames-Coromandel Mayor Philippa Barriball has welcomed John Key's announcement this morning of $1.5 million dollars to develop the Thames and Hauraki Plains sections of the National Cycleway.