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Holocaust refugees 'battled the odds to make lasting impact' on NZ

Tuesday, 26 January, 2021 - 15:13

The lasting impact Holocaust refugees and their families have had on New Zealand will be recognised tomorrow at events around the country to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day

Gibbston Valley development attracts 'unprecedented' levels of interest

Tuesday, 22 December, 2020 - 17:11

Homes and sections in a multi-million-dollar "piece of paradise" in Queenstown’s idyllic Gibbston Valley have attracted "unprecedented" levels of enquiry since launching this week.

Time for change in NZ's red meat industry - James Wilkes, Otago Uni

Thursday, 17 December, 2020 - 11:21

New Zealand’s model of marketing red meat (beef and lamb) is outdated, commodity driven, and far from optimised, according to inaugural University of Otago Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) graduate James Wilkes.

Suspensions up over 25%, time to provide students online choice - Jamie Beaton

Friday, 27 November, 2020 - 10:10

Latest Ministry of Education figures, released under the Official Information Act, reveal the number of school students suspended increased by 25.4% - from 2,618 students in 2015 to 3,283 in 2019, with the current school year’s data still being collated.

Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Terrorist Attack on Christchurch Mosques on 15 March 2019

Wednesday, 18 November, 2020 - 15:34

The Royal Commission has completed its inquiry process and is focused on producing the report. All interviews, meetings, evidence and analysis work are now complete.

NCC Business Breakfast coming soon

Thursday, 15 October, 2020 - 10:52

Napier City Council’s next Business Breakfast will feature Jamie Beaton, Co-founder and CEO of edtech start-up Crimson. The breakfast will take place on Friday 30 October after being previously scheduled for March, but then postponed due to the lockdown.

Leaked email reveals chaos in National - Grant Robertson

Tuesday, 6 October, 2020 - 10:37

A leaked email from National MP Denise Lee which reveals Judith Collins made up on the hoof a policy to review the Auckland Council and labelled it a "highly problematic idea", a "nightmare" and "another working group", shows National are still the chaotic shambles they have been all year and are

Judith Collins needs to show leadership on Goldsmith’s budget debacle - Robertson

Saturday, 26 September, 2020 - 11:05

Judith Collins needs to step up and show some leadership on Paul Goldsmith’s budget debacle following reports today that National and the economic agency they used to verify their plan are each using different numbers in their latest versions, Labour Finance Spokesperson Grant Robertson says.<

Coalition, confidence and supply and co-operation agreements - McGuinness Institute

Friday, 25 September, 2020 - 10:07

The McGuinness Institute has published two working papers today that explore the extent to which the policy priorities in the Labour-NZ First coalition agreement and the Labour-Green confidence-and-supply agreement have been implemented since the appointment of government on 27 October 2017.

Health cuts inevitable under Goldsmith's bungled budget - Robertson and Hipkins

Friday, 25 September, 2020 - 08:54

New analysis indicates National hasn’t allocated enough in Paul Goldsmith’s error-ridden budget for new health spending, which would mean health services would have to be cut during a global pandemic.