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1. Inspirational and celebrity speakers come to Wellington

02 November 2016 12:27pm | SOUL

This month, Sources of Unconditional Love (SOUL), a new non-profit organisation aimed at helping young women to recognise and overcome the invisible boundaries of prejudice and discrimination, is launching its first-ever #SOULTalks event in Wellington... More >>

2. New Jucy Cruise boat to take Milford Sound

03 November 2016 1:44pm | JUCY Cruise

A new luxury-class boat launching in New Zealand's stunning Milford Sound early next year promises to take cruising to whole new levels. .. More >>

3. Spark launches ambitious Upgrade New Zealand programme

02 November 2016 1:40pm | Spark NZ

Upgrading customers from fault prone copper to fast, more reliable fibre and wireless broadband .. More >>

4. Welfare group occupies Manpower office

03 November 2016 12:21pm | Auckland Action Against Poverty

Auckland Action Against Poverty have occupied the offices of Manpower Services, 51 Shortland Street, Auckland CBD at 12pm today to demand the end of exploitative and illegal contracts used by the Company... More >>

5. Treatment of councillor's family - simply shabby

03 November 2016 11:15am | New Zealand Labour Party

The refusal by Auckland Council staff to allow a Samoan councillor's family to sit in VIP seating at his swearing in smacks of racial discrimination, says Labour's spokesperson on Pacific Island Affairs Su'a William Sio... More >>

6. $65.2m in Marsden funding for NZ researchers

03 November 2016 10:08am | New Zealand Government

New Zealand's top researchers have been awarded $65.2 million in Marsden Fund grants in the 2016 funding round, Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce announced today... More >>

7. New Jucy Cruise boat to take Milford Sound

03 November 2016 1:44pm | JUCY Cruise

A new luxury-class boat launching in New Zealand's stunning Milford Sound early next year promises to take cruising to whole new levels. .. More >>

8. Red Zone mental health issues won't go away

03 November 2016 2:59pm | New Zealand Labour Party

Today's Human Rights Commission report shows that the nightmare of the Christchurch earthquakes has not gone away for a lot of Cantabrians and more money has to be spent on the city's mental health services, says Labour's Canterbury spokesperson Megan ..... More >>

9. Gordon Campbell on the latest McCully fiasco

03 November 2016 10:47am | Gordon Campbell

Well, as Auditor-General Lynn Provost has just found in her long-awaited report into the Saudi sheep deal: plenty. .. More >>

10. Property Managers Group brings its largest offer to market

02 November 2016 3:03pm | Property Managers

TAURANGA - November 2 - Today one of New Zealand's most preferred and trusted private property and fund managers, Property Managers Group, has announced two new offers to raise a total of $44 million across two investment portfolios that it will manage, ..... More >>

11. Minister delayed banning seclusion rooms until shamed

03 November 2016 10:37am | Green Party

Minister of Education Hekia Parata would have known about seclusion rooms for more than a year and did nothing to stop their use until she was publicly shamed into doing so, the Green Party said today... More >>

12. Gordon Campbell on the latest McCully fiasco

03 November 2016 10:47am | Gordon Campbell

Well, as Auditor-General Lynn Provost has just found in her long-awaited report into the Saudi sheep deal: plenty. .. More >>

13. Apollo to start work on QEII next month

02 November 2016 5:01pm | Christchurch City Council

Christchurch City Council has chosen Apollo Projects Ltd to build the new QEII Recreation and Sport Centre. .. More >>

14. Punakaiki Fund has another stab at raising money

02 November 2016 4:35pm | BusinessDesk

Nov. 2 (BusinessDesk) - The Punakaiki Fund, which makes long-term investments in high-growth New Zealand companies, has launched fundraising offers at $19 per share in New Zealand and Australia with no set amount being targeted. .. More >>

15. Inspirational and celebrity speakers come to Wellington

02 November 2016 12:27pm | SOUL

This month, Sources of Unconditional Love (SOUL), a new non-profit organisation aimed at helping young women to recognise and overcome the invisible boundaries of prejudice and discrimination, is launching its first-ever #SOULTalks event in Wellington... More >>

16. Consultation with Ministry staff begins

03 November 2016 11:58am | Munistry of Social Development

Ministry of Social Development (MSD) Chief Executive, Brendan Boyle, and Ministry for Vulnerable Children, Oranga Tamariki Chief Executive, Gráinne Moss, today announced that MSD has opened a consultation process with staff, sharing an outline of the ..... More >>

17. Key Didn't Want to Upset Modi Over Fraud And Exploitation

03 November 2016 9:09am | New Zealand First Party

New Zealand's foreign student industry is worth $3.5 billion every year but Prime Minister John Key is not interested in cleaning up the widespread fraud involving Indian students, says New Zealand First Deputy Leader Ron Mark... More >>

18. NZ shares fall in correction from September high

03 November 2016 3:42pm | BusinessDesk

Nov. 3 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand shares dropped, bringing the S&P/NZX 50 Index's decline from its September high to 11 percent, as equity markets suffer from a drop in risk appetite ahead of the US election... More >>

19. Free-To-Air coverage of N. Hemisphere Maori All Blacks Rugby

02 November 2016 2:28pm | Maori Television

Maori Television follows 2016 Maori All Blacks Rugby Tour with Free-To-Air coverage of Northern Hemisphere games. .. More >>

20. Seclusion in schools to be made illegal

03 November 2016 9:16am | New Zealand Government

Education Minister Hekia Parata has today announced that she is proposing to make the use of seclusion in schools illegal. .. More >>

21. Key Didn't Want to Upset Modi Over Fraud And Exploitation

03 November 2016 9:09am | New Zealand First Party

New Zealand's foreign student industry is worth $3.5 billion every year but Prime Minister John Key is not interested in cleaning up the widespread fraud involving Indian students, says New Zealand First Deputy Leader Ron Mark... More >>

22. Public Confidence in Environmental Protection Authority shaken

03 November 2016 3:05pm | Choose Clean Water

Water quality campaigners are calling on the Environmental Protection Agency to hold its Chief Scientist Jacqueline Rowarth to account after she claimed that the Waikato River is one of the five cleanest in the world... More >>

23. Demand response applications open for 2016/2017

02 November 2016 3:05pm | Transpower

2 November 2016 Demand response applications open for 2016/2017 Transpower announced today the opening of its first of three 2016/17 application rounds for organisations wanting to join its demand response programme... More >>

24. Police Vetting Bill Outcome - Democracy in Action

02 November 2016 3:34pm | Volunteering New Zealand

The Government's announcement that explicit exemptions have been provided for the voluntary sector in the Policing (Cost Recovery) Amendment Bill is 'democracy in action' says Scott Miller, Chief Executive of Volunteering New Zealand... More >>

25. Simpson Grierson advises Solid Energy on sale of its mines

02 November 2016 4:48pm | Simpson Grierson

Simpson Grierson has advised state owned enterprise Solid Energy New Zealand Limited (Solid Energy) on the sale of its mines to three parties. .. More >>

26. Inquiry into the Saudi Arabia Food Security Partnership

02 November 2016 2:16pm | Controller and Auditor-General

The Auditor-General's report Inquiry into the Saudi Arabia Food Security Partnership was presented to the House of Representatives today. .. More >>

27. Wellington ready for Sky Show fireworks display

01 November 2016 2:33pm | Wellington City Council

The country's largest annual fireworks display, the Wellington Sky Show, presented by Wellington City Council, and supported by CentrePort takes place on Saturday 5 November. Entertainment on the waterfront kicks off around 7pm with an exciting new ..... More >>

28. Affordable housing needed so people can buy in Mt Roskill

02 November 2016 3:32pm | New Zealand Labour Party

Fewer than one in five adults under 40 in Mt Roskill own their own home according to new research, says Opposition Leader Andrew Little. .. More >>

29. Jerry Seinfeld Brings Stand-up Show To NZ for the first time

03 November 2016 11:15am | TEG Dainty

Entertainment icon Jerry Seinfeld will tour New Zealand in August 2017 performing a live stand-up show filled with his trademark humour, wit and sharp observations about day-to-day life... More >>

30. Vertical take-off for ASB Visa Light

03 November 2016 11:34am | ASB Bank

ASB has issued a vertical challenge to the credit card market with its new market-leading, low rate credit card ASB Visa Light. .. More >>

31. NZ's health IT sector on verge of a new era

02 November 2016 10:46am | Make Lemonade

New Zealand's hospital and healthcare industry is on the verge of a digital breakthrough, New Zealand Health Information and Technology (NZHIT) chief executive Scott Arrol says... More >>

32. Auckland House Prices Rise While Sales Decline

03 November 2016 11:36am | Barfoot and Thompson

Buyers in the Auckland property market have become more selective, but for the right property are prepared to meet the auction reserve or asking price. .. More >>

33. Commencing countdown (engines on) to Guy Fawkes 2016

31 October 2016 11:08am | Christchurch City Council

Christchurch will remember a hero - just for one day - as the Treetech Guy Fawkes Fireworks Spectacular launches with a David Bowie theme at 9pm on Saturday 5 November. .. More >>

34. Governor-General announces Rhodes Scholars for 2017

03 November 2016 11:28am | Universities New Zealand - Te Pokai Tara

The Governor-General has announced that the 2017 Rhodes Scholarship has been awarded to three outstanding all-round graduates, to support their post-graduate study at the University of Oxford, and to nurture them as public-spirited leaders for the ..... More >>

35. Red Zone mental health issues won't go away

03 November 2016 2:59pm | New Zealand Labour Party

Today's Human Rights Commission report shows that the nightmare of the Christchurch earthquakes has not gone away for a lot of Cantabrians and more money has to be spent on the city's mental health services, says Labour's Canterbury spokesperson Megan ..... More >>

36. Greenpeace & scientists team up to search for Māui dolphin

02 November 2016 1:04pm | Greenpeace New Zealand

Greenpeace New Zealand has teamed up with researchers at the University of Auckland in an effort to discover more about the critically endangered Māui dolphin, including where they go in winter... More >>

37. Russell McVeagh assists Trustpower with historical milestone

02 November 2016 4:37pm | Russell McVeagh

This week, the demerger of Trustpower became effective. This transaction, first announced to the market in December 2015, is a historical milestone for both Trustpower, and for renewable generation in Australasia. Russell McVeagh was involved in all aspects ..... More >>

38. Man charged over Milford fire

03 November 2016 11:04am | New Zealand Government

A 49-year-old North Shore man faces six charges in relation to a fire in Milford yesterday afternoon. The man has been charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, possession for supply of methamphetamine, possession of equipment, possession of ..... More >>

39. Forsyth Barr earns quality mark for simplifying investment

02 November 2016 3:14pm | WriteMark

Investment firm Forsyth Barr have put customer understanding first by simplifying a Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) for their KiwiSaver scheme. Their PDS has achieved the WriteMark Plain Language Standard, a quality mark awarded to documents written ..... More >>

40. Questions and Answers - 2 November 2016

02 November 2016 4:43pm | Office of the Clerk

1. ANDREW LITTLE (Leader of the Opposition) to the Prime Minister : Does he have confidence in his Minister for Building and Housing, given the nearly 8,000 shortfall in new houses in Auckland in the past year?.. More >>

41. Minister delayed banning seclusion rooms until shamed

03 November 2016 10:37am | Green Party

Minister of Education Hekia Parata would have known about seclusion rooms for more than a year and did nothing to stop their use until she was publicly shamed into doing so, the Green Party said today... More >>

42. NZ tops Global Prosperity Index

03 November 2016 2:27pm | New Zealand Government

New Zealand has been ranked first in the world in the 2016 Legatum Institute's Global Prosperity Index, up from fourth position last year. .. More >>

43. Crash creates detour SH1, Tinwald, Mid Canterbury

02 November 2016 4:56pm | New Zealand Transport Agency

A serious crash on State Highway 1 this afternoon, south of Christchurch, has closed the highway south of Tinwald until around 7 pm tonight. .. More >>

44. Work and Income need to promote secure jobs

03 November 2016 2:48pm | New Zealand Council of Trade Unions

Newshub's revelation that the Ministry of Social Development is in partnership with Manpower - a labour hire company following some unlawful and shonky practices - shows an apparent disregard by both for people's working conditions, says CTU ..... More >>

45. Richard Hills - Maiden speech

02 November 2016 11:27am | Richard Hills

Congratulations Mayor Phil Goff and Councillors, it is a privilege to be sitting around this table with you. We have a busy and exciting term ahead. .. More >>

46. 2degrees to list on Toronto Stock Exchange in wider deal

03 November 2016 12:44am | BusinessDesk

Nov. 2 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand's third-placed mobile operator, Two Degrees Mobile, is to become listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange as part of a wider deal that sees its Canadian owners sell their 62.9 percent interest in the company into a new entity... More >>

47. Passport Abuse in New Zealand

02 November 2016 9:29am | Upper Hutt Multicultural Council

New Zealand's population is more diverse and mobile than ever. It is no wonder - New Zealand has been known as "The Best Country in the World" for the last four years according to the well-known Telegraph Travel Awards , and many of us can ..... More >>

48. Passport Abuse in New Zealand

02 November 2016 9:29am | Upper Hutt Multicultural Council

New Zealand's population is more diverse and mobile than ever. It is no wonder - New Zealand has been known as "The Best Country in the World" for the last four years according to the well-known Telegraph Travel Awards , and many of us can ..... More >>

49. Ashburton Police release name following fatal crash

03 November 2016 1:13pm | New Zealand Police

Police can now release the name of the motorcyclist who died following a collision with a truck in Tinwald, Ashburton on Wednesday 2 November 2016. .. More >>

50. Novopay botch up creates privacy breach for school staff

03 November 2016 2:24pm | NZEI

Some schools have been sent the full payroll information of other schools this week in what appears to be a significant privacy breach by Novopay, the school payroll service. .. More >>

51. NZ tourism boom soaks up jet fuel supplies

03 November 2016 8:56am | BusinessDesk

Nov. 1 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand's booming tourism is soaking up the country's excess supplies of aviation fuel, raising the prospect of higher margins from one of the least profitable products currently sold by the country's transport fuel retailers... More >>

52. Scales Corporation Announces Acquisition of Longview NZ

03 November 2016 11:43am | Scales Corporation Ltd

Scales Corporation Limited (NZX:SCL) today announced that it has entered into an agreement, through its wholly owned subsidiary Mr Apple New Zealand Limited ( Mr Apple ) to acquire 100% of the shares in Longview Group Holdings Limited ( Longview ..... More >>

53. Fawlty Towers - Live, New Zealand Tour Confirmed

19 October 2016 11:05am | Michael Coppel and Philip McIntyre

Tickets to the 2017 New Zealand World Premiere Tour of Fawlty Towers - Live will go on sale tomorrow, Thursday, October 20. .. More >>

54. Autism organisation takes strong stance on seclusion use

03 November 2016 10:34am | Altogether Autism

Altogether Autism, a free, nationwide service for autism spectrum information and advice, today welcomed education minister Hekia Parata's announcement that seclusion rooms at schools will be made illegal under new legislation... More >>

55. ANZ NZ delivers another solid full-year result

03 November 2016 12:48pm | ANZ New Zealand

Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ANZ) 2016 results were released today, with ANZ New Zealand[1] delivering a cash profit of NZ$1.53 billion, down 9%, and a statutory profit of NZ$1.54 billion, down 13% on the 2015 financial year... More >>

56. Mercury launches Electric Highway with PlugShare

03 November 2016 3:31pm | Mercury Energy

Mercury today announced a partnership with global technology leader PlugShare to connect New Zealand's growing number of electric vehicle (EV) drivers with the national network of charging points, under a single Electric Highway brand.. More >>

57. How to form a company in NZ yourself for only $160.22

23 July 2012 10:36am | nzaccounting.nz

Starting out in business? Rather than spend money with your lawyer or accountant on forming a company, do it yourself online for only $160.22.. More >>

58. University of Auckland celebrates Marsden fund success

03 November 2016 1:34pm | University of Auckland

The University of Auckland is celebrating the success of 38 of its researchers and research groups whose projects have won $20.6 million in the Marsden Fund round, representing the best ever result for the University. .. More >>

59. Key Reveals He'll Sell Us Out for TPPA

01 November 2016 12:16pm | New Zealand First Party

Prime Minister John Key has revealed he is ready and only too willing to sell this country out to get the TPPA through, says New Zealand First. .. More >>

60. Dirty Laundry Cast Announced

09 February 2016 11:47am | TVNZ

Dirty Laundry Cast Announced Veteran stage and screen actress Jennifer Ward-Lealand will star as money-laundering matriarch Donna Rafferty in Dirty Laundry - TV ONE's new drama series which went into production last week... More >>

61. Affordable housing needed so people can buy in Mt Roskill

02 November 2016 3:32pm | New Zealand Labour Party

Fewer than one in five adults under 40 in Mt Roskill own their own home according to new research, says Opposition Leader Andrew Little. .. More >>

62. Aussie rockers Airbourne announce New Zealand tour

03 November 2016 11:23am | NicNak Media

Batten down the hatches - Aussie hell-raisers Airbourne are on track to make landfall on New Zealand shores in early 2017. The mighty bearers of the 'stadium rock' torch have just announced three shows, presented by The Rock FM. They will play the ..... More >>

63. Autismo Girl on seclusion rooms

03 November 2016 4:56pm | Autismo Girl

I'm an Autistic - self advocate in New Zealand. I run my own autistic self advocacy business, going around the country presenting on my experience as an autistic individual as well as sitting on many reference groups and boards/committee's. I also spend ..... More >>

64. "The Grapes of Wrath - America Votes - What It Means"

03 November 2016 2:49pm | New Zealand First Party

When Chambers of Commerce were first established they were organisations to facilitate trade and you are concerned about events abroad. .. More >>

65. Invercargill City Council's Christmas Light Omnishambles

02 November 2016 10:09am | New Zealand Taxpayers' Union

The Taxpayers' Union is calling for some accountability at Invercargill City Council after it was revealed that a further $250,000 is being spent on Christmas lights to replace the lights purchased by Council staff on a $21,000 ratepayer-funded junket ..... More >>

66. Indian Oil Corp. senior executives explore collaborations

02 November 2016 2:44pm | India New Zealand Business Council

The India New Zealand Business Council [INZBC] again has taken lead in organizing a study tour for senior ranking delegates from India's Largest Oil & Gas company, the Indian Oil Corporation. .. More >>

67. Auckland Pacific health initiatives gain research funding

02 November 2016 10:48am | University of Auckland

A text message programme to motivate and support healthy behaviour change in Tongan people with pre-diabetes - to help prevent the onset of diabetes - is one of the Pacific Health research initiatives to be funded next year... More >>

68. NZNO a victim of Phishing from Yahoo email address

03 November 2016 2:26pm | New Zealand Nurses Organisation

On Monday 1 November a person pretending to be the chief executive, Memo Musa, using a fake yahoo email address, contacted NZNO and requested the email contacts for our members. Unfortunately this information was released. .. More >>

69. Joseph Parker fight was almost a corporate welfare trap

03 November 2016 11:50am | ACT New Zealand

"It turns out funding wasn't needed for New Zealand to host the Joseph Parker fight. But the Government never ruled out giving gravy to Duco - it was actually Duco who ran away from the idea when they realised it was getting political... More >>

70. Ministers' Show of Indifference Over PTSD is Insulting

02 November 2016 12:21pm | New Zealand First Party

A significant percentage of veterans who served in East Timor, Iraq and Afghanistan could be suffering with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and neither the government, nor the Defence Force have a realistic understanding of the scale of the problem, ..... More >>

71. More people to get connected to fibre - and faster

02 November 2016 4:22pm | Internet NZ

InternetNZ is excited to see a new trial called 'Upgrade New Zealand' which is set to make it easier and quicker for New Zealanders to get ultrafast fibre connected in their homes... More >>

72. Auckland house price hits new record in October

03 November 2016 2:18pm | BusinessDesk

Nov. 3 (BusinessDesk) - The average Auckland house price hit a new record last month, driven by an increase in sales of higher-value properties, according to the city's largest realtor... More >>

73. Urgent Review of Mental Health Services Required

02 November 2016 4:20pm | New Zealand First Party

The government needs to listen to the pleas of New Zealanders and order an urgent independent review into mental health services, says New Zealand First. .. More >>

74. Gordon Campbell on the last rites for the TPP

02 November 2016 11:44am | Gordon Campbell

Sorry. I know that the TPP is the reggae of political issues...in that it can be endlessly boring, samey sounding and obsessed with the same things ( Jah, ganja and investor state disputes) but believe me, there are some fascinating bassline variations ..... More >>

75. MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares down

03 November 2016 12:26am | BusinessDesk

Nov. 2 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand shares dropped over a percent as investors felt pre-US election jitters, with Tilt Renewables, Orion Health Group and Trade Me Group leading the index lower. .. More >>

76. NZ Trade Mission to India Recognises STAAH

03 November 2016 11:09am | STAAH

John Key, the Prime Minister of New Zealand, has recently completed a trade mission to India, accompanied by his wife Bronagh Key. .. More >>

77. Government Takes HR to the Cloud with SAP SuccessFactors

01 November 2016 12:30pm | SAP NZ

1 November 2016 - SAP New Zealand today announced that the New Zealand Government has signed an ICT Common Capability Cloud Human Resources Information System (HRIS) Agreement... More >>

78. Finding New Zealand's 'luckiest' Lotto shops

15 April 2016 5:01pm | Lotto New Zealand

With $22 million up for grabs with Powerball on Saturday, Lotto New Zealand has revealed the 'luckiest' Lotto stores around the country. .. More >>

79. The FBI Intervenes: James Comey and Hillary Clinton's Emails

02 November 2016 4:35pm | Binoy Kampmark

All is fair in love and war, and this particular electoral battle in US politics has assumed more belligerent proportions than most. Neither Donald Trump nor Hillary Clinton genuinely deserve to be in the White House, but elections are rarely fought, ..... More >>

80. McCully will not contest East Coast Bays in 2017

23 February 2016 1:21pm | New Zealand National Party

Foreign Affairs Minister and National Party Member for East Coast Bays Murray McCully has announced that he will not contest the East Coast Bays constituency in next year's general election. He advised his East Coast Bays electorate AGM of his decision last ..... More >>

81. Programme for Māori and Pasifika students launches

18 October 2016 2:06pm | TupaToa

A bold new initiative targeted at young Māori and Pasifika students launches in Auckland on Thursday. .. More >>

82. Christchurch business opportunities upbeat

02 November 2016 2:25pm | nzbizbuysell

As opportunities diversify from the rebuild to the city's life-blood mainstream enterprises, those involved in buying and selling Canterbury-based businesses are witnessing continued healthy buoyancy, as economic confidence remains positive... More >>

83. Xero narrows 1H loss as revenue rises

03 November 2016 2:00pm | BusinessDesk

Nov. 3 (BusinessDesk) - Xero, the cloud-based accounting software firm, narrowed its first-half loss for 2016 as revenue lifted 48 percent, with its cash burn continuing to slow... More >>

84. Family Feud NZ Board Game Now Available!

12 October 2016 12:34pm | Mediaworks

Wednesday 12 October, 2016 Family Feud NZ Board Game Now Available! Kiwi families can finally play one of New Zealand's favourite local game shows at home! MediaWorks and FremantleMedia Australia are excited to announce the launch of a localised version ..... More >>

85. A tree for every Kiwi to be planted in 2017

03 November 2016 12:37pm | Joint Press Release

New Zealanders are being challenged to plant 4.7 million native trees next year - one for every person in the country. This is the first step in an ambitious plan to create a movement where all Kiwis come together to help restore and enhance our ..... More >>

86. Royal Society's Marsden grants an embarrassment

03 November 2016 3:07pm | New Zealand Taxpayers' Union

Many taxpayers will be raising an eyebrow at today's announcement of the recipients of $65 million of Marsden Fund grants, says the Taxpayers' Union . Their Executive Director, Jordan Williams says:.. More >>

87. Nespresso joins forces with New Zealand Post

01 November 2016 10:10am | Nespresso

Consumers Can Now Drop Off Used Nespresso Aluminium Capsules At Over 270 PostShops Across New Zealand. .. More >>

88. Handover of petition calling for visual fire alarms

02 November 2016 9:59am | Green Party

Tomorrow Mojo Mathers will be accepting a petition from Kim Robinson, Chairperson of Deaf Action New Zealand, that calls for visual fire alarms to be made mandatory in public buildings... More >>

89. Parliament's time no longer used on lost luggage

03 November 2016 1:20pm | ACT New Zealand

Parliament's time will no longer be consumed debating Matt Doocey's member's bill , as a Supplementary Order Paper put forward by ACT Leader David Seymour has passed, adding Mr Doocey's bill to the broader Statutes Amendment Bill. The infamous ..... More >>

90. MSD and Oranga Tamariki structural changes "make sense"

03 November 2016 12:14pm | Public Service Association

The Public Service Association Te PÅ«kenga Here Tikanga Mahi says there are few surprises in the proposed structures for the new children's ministry Oranga Tamariki. .. More >>

91. Bruce Springsteen: Final tickets released for Christchurch!

03 November 2016 11:31am | Frontier Touring Company

Frontier Touring are excited to confirm that due to updated production information, there will be a final limited release of new tickets across multiple categories for Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Bands Christchurch concert on Tuesday 21 February ..... More >>

92. Construction set to start on PÅ«hoi to Warkworth Motorway

03 November 2016 3:40pm | New Zealand Government

Transport Minister Simon Bridges today welcomed a significant step towards completing a key section of the Government's PÅ«hoi to Wellsford Road of National Significance. .. More >>

93. Regulate "wild west" labour hire industry - union

03 November 2016 9:09am | FIRST Union

A union representing approximately 2000 labour hire workers in the logistics industry is calling on the Government to urgently introduce a licensing system in an effort to regulate the "wild west" industry. .. More >>

94. YouthLaw on the Seclusion Room Issue

03 November 2016 9:43am | YouthLaw

"While YouthLaw welcomes the announcement from Minister Parata that we will see legislative change making the use of seclusion rooms illegal, a chief concern for YouthLaw is how this practice was either permitted or went under the radar for so ..... More >>

95. BP reduces national price today + Smartfuel 10cpl discount

03 November 2016 11:48am | BP New Zealand

BP decreased the national price for its company-owned network today, removing 3 cents per litre from diesel and 2 cents per litre from petrol. .. More >>

96. Process Amending RMA Becomes Farcical

03 November 2016 11:48am | New Zealand First Party

The government's Resource Legislation Amendment Bill reforming the Resource Management Act (RMA) and six other acts has turned into a giant-sized shemozzle, says New Zealand First... More >>

97. Filipo gets Credit for being a Youth

02 November 2016 4:33pm | Sensible Sentencing Trust

Losi Filipo has been sentenced to nine months supervision for assaulting four people, including two women, and has been ordered to do alcohol counselling and a living without violence course. Judge Collins said himself that Filipo stomping on the victim's ..... More >>

98. Supreme Court grants leave to appeal Jan Lowe case

02 November 2016 4:46pm | E tu

E tū is taking its case for fair pay for respite home carers to New Zealand's highest Court. .. More >>

99. Palmerston North Police seek to identify would-be burglars

03 November 2016 2:44pm | New Zealand Police

Central District Police are investigating two attempted burglaries of business premises in Palmerston North this week. .. More >>

100. Decline in new mortgage registrations shows market slow-down

31 October 2016 12:27pm | myvalocity

New figures released by myvalocity for September show the number of new residential mortgage registrations has declined nationally by 21% on the same time last year - further reinforcing the view the market is beginning to soften... More >>