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1. Maiden Speech to Parliament - David Seymour

21 October 2014 6:58pm | ACT New Zealand

I rise on behalf of the ACT Party in reply to His Excellency's speech. .. More >>

2. Chris Bishop - maiden speech

21 October 2014 3:23pm | New Zealand National Party

Chris Bishop - maiden speech I move, that a respectful address be presented to His Excellency the Governor-General in reply to His Excellency's speech. .. More >>

3. PM Does U-Turn on Admission

22 October 2014 4:30pm | New Zealand First Party

Prime Minister John Key is now denying he admitted to playing politics and delaying the release of official information. .. More >>

4. Tea breaks gone by lunch time

22 October 2014 1:02pm | New Zealand Labour Party

Labour is calling for an eleventh hour reprieve to employment law changes which could see thousands of Kiwi workers not covered by collective agreements lose their smoko breaks, its spokesperson on Labour Issues Andrew Little says... More >>

5. Questions For Oral Answer October 22

22 October 2014 11:44am | Office of the Clerk

1. Hon ANNETTE KING to the Deputy Prime Minister: Will he make reducing child poverty a Better Public Service target given the statement in the Speech from the Throne that his Government will continue to "have a focus on poverty, especially child ..... More >>

6. Court of Appeal: Dotcom v 20th Century Fox Film Corporation

22 October 2014 10:41am | NZ Court of Appeal

A The appeal is dismissed. B The 20 August 2014 order of the High Court dealing with confidentiality and the 29 August 2014 order of this Court dealing with confidentiality are set aside. C The confidentiality orders set out in [45] are substituted. D The ..... More >>

7. DIA undercover investigation leads to jailing

22 October 2014 2:56pm | Department Of Internal Affairs

An undercover Internal Affairs investigation has led to a Hastings man being jailed for three and half years. .. More >>

8. New Analysis Shows Government Cut Tertiary Education Funding

21 October 2014 12:41pm | Green Party

New analysis done by the Green Party today shows the Government has made cuts to funding of tertiary education since 2008... More >>

9. Kaumatua to organise petition to end Maori seats

21 October 2014 9:51am | David Rankin

Ngapuhi kaumatua David Rankin has announced that he will be organising a nationwide petition to seek support from Maori voters to end the Maori seats. "These seats are patronising", he says. "They imply we need a special status, and that we ..... More >>

10. Glassons Blasted For Glamourising Animal Cruelty

22 October 2014 10:26am | SAFE

Clothing brand Glassons have found themselves embroiled in another controversy after launching a new advert featuring a girl riding a bull. Animal advocacy organisation SAFE have asked them to remove the ad immediately as it glamourises animal cruelty. ..... More >>

11. Farmers need to take council findings on the chin

21 October 2014 7:04pm | Federated Farmers

Federated Farmers is saddened by Otago Regional Council inspection results and believes farmers risk compounding a bad payout season unless they seek information and help on what their obligations are under the Council's water quality rules (Plan Change ..... More >>

12. Metiria Turei to lead fight on feeding hungry children

22 October 2014 11:15am | Green Party

Green Party Co-leader Metiria Turei is urging all political parties to support the Feed the Kids Bill which she inherited today from Mana leader Hone Harawira. Mrs Turei, who leads the Green Party's work on child poverty, will pick up Mr Harawira's ..... More >>

13. Wotif reviewers reveal the top NZ family holidays

21 October 2014 2:03pm | Wotif.co.nz

The school holidays are over and while the kids are back in class, Wotif has also been hard at work crunching the numbers and scouring feedback left by family travellers to reveal the best family apartments and holiday parks in New Zealand... More >>

14. Grand Designs guru coming to NZ

03 October 2014 12:08pm | ANZ Bank

Design expert and host of the British home renovation show Grand Designs , Kevin McCloud, is to visit New Zealand for a one-off speaking event hosted by ANZ. .. More >>

15. John Key: Our plan for the next three years

22 October 2014 12:57pm | John Key

This week New Zealand's fifty-first Parliament convened for the first time. The National Caucus is a strong, united team and I was pleased to hear the first maiden speeches of our new MPs. I was also proud to take the opportunity to outline some ..... More >>

16. EPA finds Shell Oil illegally drilled two wells

22 October 2014 6:50pm | Green Party

The Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) has concluded that Shell Todd Oil Services (STOS) broke the law by drilling two wells without a marine consent off the coast of Taranaki, the Green Party said today... More >>

17. Random Acts of Pancakes in Christchurch today

17 October 2014 10:01am | New Zealand Police

The Random Acts of Pancakes initiative hits Christchurch today, with the first random act scheduled to be at 7.30am and the last at 11am when the UCSA Tea Party starts! The project is being organised by Red Frogs, La Vida and the UCSA supported by the ..... More >>

18. Medical Doctor To Defend Bicycle Helmet Charge

09 December 2003 10:39am | Cycling Health

Anaesthetist Dr. Peter Keller will defend a charge of bicycling without a helmet in the Wellington District Court on Friday the 12th of December. He is over 60 years old and has bicycled in over 50 countries... More >>

19. Turei: Address in reply speech, 21 October 2014

21 October 2014 4:27pm | Green Party

The other day I had a moment of genuine inspiration while watching The Paul Henry Show. Clearly, this was a unique moment. Paul and I get along, but to tell you the truth the most inspiring thing about his show is usually the urge I get to change ..... More >>

20. Taxpayers' Union Responds to Joyce on Corporate Welfare

22 October 2014 9:37am | New Zealand Taxpayers' Union

Responding to Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce's defence of corporate welfare , Jim Rose, the author of Monopoly Money , a Taxpayers Union report on corporate welfare since 2008, says: .. More >>

21. Speech from the Throne: State Opening of Parliament, 21 Oct

21 October 2014 11:38am | Governor General

Following the General Election, a National-led Government has been formed with a majority in the House on confidence and supply. Confidence and supply agreements have been signed between the National Party and, respectively, the ACT Party and ..... More >>

22. Young skipper takes out Hauraki Gulf conservation award

21 October 2014 2:52pm | Southern Seabird Solutions

The Southern Seabird Solutions Trust congratulated Whitianga commercial longline skipper, Adam Clow, on winning the Hauraki Gulf Forum's prestigious Holdaway Award. .. More >>

23. Key incompetent or misleading over war coalition meeting

22 October 2014 11:33am | Green Party

Analysis released by the Green Party shows multiple international news organisations were reporting on United States President Barack Obama's attendance at an ISIS war coalition meeting at Andrews Air Force Base up to twelve hours before the meeting ..... More >>

24. Announcement of new group to represent ICT sector

22 October 2014 9:52am | Inland Revenue Department

Announcement of new group to represent ICT sector and help transform New Zealand's tax system .. More >>

25. Hell delivers pizza and pyrotechnics

22 October 2014 11:54am | Hell Pizza

NZ's most innovative pizza company is set to deliver one Hell of a bang this Guy Fawkes. .. More >>

26. Questions and Answers - October 22

22 October 2014 5:41pm | Office of the Clerk

Child Poverty-Government Priorities and Policies 1. Hon ANNETTE KING (Acting Deputy Leader - Labour) to the Deputy Prime Minister : Will he make reducing child poverty a Better Public Service target given the statement in the Speech from the Throne ..... More >>

27. New Kiwi book tackles early literacy

21 October 2014 3:50pm | Ako Books

Literacy in early childhood education is a hot topic, a nationwide focus that prompted two Auckland women to create a uniquely Kiwi book aimed at early childhood educators, parents and whānau... More >>

28. Xero eyes possible A$1 billion float in US, media reports

22 October 2014 10:24am | BusinessDesk

Oct. 22 (BusinessDesk) - Xero, the cloud-based accounting software company, is moving ahead with plans to list in the US with an initial public offer of A$1 billion flagged, according to media reports... More >>

29. ASB and ASB Community Trust end long-term relationship

22 October 2014 3:05pm | ASB Bank

ASB and the ASB Community Trust have reached a mutual agreement to end their long-term sponsorship relationship. The ASB Community Trust was formed in 1988 with the proceeds of the staggered sale of ASB to the Commonwealth Bank of Australia. 45 million shares ..... More >>

30. Council spends $360,000 on failed fireplace ban

25 August 2013 9:47am | Cameron Brewer

At least $360,000 has been spent on reports and staff time on Auckland Council's failed attempt to ban open domestic fireplaces from 2014. .. More >>

31. Māori Television Confirmation

22 October 2014 3:25pm | Maori TV

Māori Television has confirmed the resignation of Head of News and Production Julian Wilcox. .. More >>

32. Aspiring Director & First Steps in Governance Award Winners

22 October 2014 11:37am | Institute Of Directors

The Canterbury Branch of the Institute of Directors' (IoD) Aspiring Director Award has been awarded to Jessie Chan-Dorman and the inaugural First Steps in Governance Award has been awarded to Gareth Reed... More >>

33. MARKET CLOSE: NZX 50 rises to record, led by Xero

22 October 2014 5:38pm | BusinessDesk

Oct. 22 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand shares rose to a record close, led by Xero, as investors returned to more risk-based equities after last week's volatility. Nuplex gained after selling two of its Australasian assets, while Fletcher Building touched ..... More >>

34. Vector warns on $80M hit from falling electricity use: CEO

22 October 2014 3:54pm | BusinessDesk

Oct. 22 (BusinessDesk) - Vector, the Auckland lines company, says falling electricity consumption will cost it up to $80 million because of the way it's regulated, according to chief executive Simon Mackenzie. .. More >>

35. Address in Reply Debate

22 October 2014 9:13am | The Maori Party

Tēnā koe, Mr Assistant Speaker. Firstly, can I say congratulations on your appointment. Even if you have not made too many decisions already I am threatening to recall the Speaker to give you something to think about and test out your facing the things ..... More >>

36. Man shot after firing on police

22 October 2014 11:05am | New Zealand Police

The Waikato's most senior Police officer describes an incident in the east of the District overnight as a difficult and complex situation. .. More >>

37. Skinny Mobile Halves Calling & Data NZ Standard Prepay Rates

21 October 2014 5:20pm | Skinny Mobile

AUCKLAND, NZ - Over the last ten years, the cost of living in New Zealand has continued to rise - on average, food prices have risen by 32.3 per cent, transport is up 35.7 per cent and housing has increased 66.3 per cent*... More >>

38. James Pascoe increases stake in Warehouse to 6.3%

22 October 2014 12:55pm | BusinessDesk

Oct. 22 (BusinessDesk) - James Pascoe, the retail group owned by David and Anne Norman, has added to its holding in Warehouse Group by buying on market this week, taking advantage of shares trading near their lows for the year... More >>

39. Students continue protesting fee rises at UoA, 4 Arrested

20 October 2014 4:32pm | Guy Cohn

4 students have been arrested at the University of Auckland after occupying Vice Chancellor Stuart McCutcheon's office. .. More >>

40. National Slips, Labour Hits Lows

16 October 2014 3:00pm | Roy Morgan Research

National fail to get post-election bounce but leaderless Labour Party crash to lowest ever support .. More >>

41. Chatham Rise mining could have impact on whales and dolphins

21 October 2014 10:33am | Kiwis Against Seabed Mining

Wellington, 21 October 2014--Mining phosphate on the Chatham Rise, off the east coast of New Zealand's south island, could potentially have many impacts on marine mammals like whales and dolphins, the Environmental Protection Agency was told today... More >>

42. Smuggling honey into New Zealand isn't sweet

22 October 2014 10:06am | Federated Farmers

Smuggling honey into New Zealand isn't sweet Federated Farmers Bee Industry Group applauds the tough line taken by Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) Border Staff at Auckland Airport. In deporting the couple found trying to smuggle bee products ..... More >>

43. Kelston Homicide Inquiry

22 October 2014 9:25am | New Zealand Police

They found a male in a serious condition, despite their best efforts they were unable to save him. A second male has injuries not listed as life threatening and he is being treated at hospital... More >>

44. Council endorses Nanaia Mahuta as the next Labour leader

21 October 2014 9:54am | Te Kaunihera Maori

Te Kaunihera Māori, the Māori Council of the New Zealand Labour Party, have passed a resolution to endorse the Hon Nanaia Mahuta as the next leader of the Labour Party .. More >>

45. Auckland's primary healthcare industry prepares for Ebola

21 October 2014 1:57pm | University of Auckland

Primary healthcare workers from around the greater Auckland region will attend a seminar on how to prepare for the threat of Ebola, at the University of Auckland next week... More >>

46. Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Note Edge

04 September 2014 1:27pm | Digitl

Samsung has something to prove. The company sells more smartphones than anyone else. It is the only Android hardware maker that matters. But it doesn't have Apple's brand power. Samsung isn't cool... More >>

47. Aucklanders' train use shows they need City Rail Link now

22 October 2014 1:10pm | Green Party

News that Aucklanders overtook Wellingtonians as the biggest train users is further evidence the Government needs to start work on the Auckland City Rail Link now, the Green Party said today... More >>

48. St James Theatre a Step Closer to Re-Opening

21 October 2014 3:49pm | Wright Communications

Auckland's iconic St James Theatre is a step closer to re-opening, with the sale of its site to a new owner who is committed to preserving the building and seeing it used as a performance venue once again... More >>

49. Speech to the NZ Police Association 79th Annual Conference

22 October 2014 10:54am | New Zealand Government

Good morning everyone and thank you for the invitation to open your annual conference, my first as Minister of Police. I am looking forward to the challenges that come with this exciting portfolio and to understanding the business of policing... More >>

50. University of Auckland votes for fee hikes, yet again

21 October 2014 10:18am | AUSA

The council of the University of Auckland has voted to increase fees above inflation for the tenth year in a row. .. More >>

51. Asbestos investigation completed

21 October 2014 12:15pm | WorkSafe NZ

WorkSafe New Zealand has concluded its investigation into the management of asbestos in the Canterbury Home Repair Programme and has decided not to lay any charges. .. More >>

52. Jimmy Koh, KVB Kunlun fined, censured for NZX rule breaches

22 October 2014 9:48am | BusinessDesk

Jimmy Koh, KVB Kunlun fined $65,000, censured for NZX rule breaches over Z, other IPOs .. More >>

53. UK Comedy Legend Returns

20 October 2014 9:40am | Elephant Publicity

"The funniest man in, well, pretty much all of the known universe..." The Los Angeles Times .. More >>

54. NHNZ returns to local seas for Blue-Chip Ocean Series

21 October 2014 4:32pm | NHNZ

In a first for New Zealand television, the stories of our local marine creatures are profiled in an NHNZ produced six part blue-chip series, Our Big Blue Backyard, premiering next week on TV1. Our Big Blue Backyard presents an intimate portrayal ..... More >>

55. 'Investing in education' must show returns

21 October 2014 10:50am | The New Zealand Initiative

Wellington (21 October) - The government must incorporate a rigorous evaluation framework into Investing in Education Success (IES) programme, to ensure that the $359 million is indeed a good investment, says The New Zealand Initiative. That is ..... More >>

56. Students Call on Minister to be truthful in his calculations

22 October 2014 1:39pm | VUWSA

Students are calling on the Minister of Tertiary Education, Steven Joyce, to go back to class and check his maths after he suggested that the government subsidises 80% of tuition costs... More >>

57. Dairy SolutioNZ develops new heat tolerant cow

21 October 2014 12:30pm | Dairy SolutioNZ

Hamilton, New Zealand-based Dairy Solutionz Ltd has led an expert genetics team to develop a new dairy cow breed conditioned to thrive in lower elevation tropical climates and achieve high milk production under heat stress... More >>

58. Dolphin Capture Shows Greater Range, More Risk

21 October 2014 5:13pm | Maui's and Hector's Dolphin Education Action

Dolphin advocates say the capture of an endangered Maui or Hector's dolphin in a recreational set net this year shows more protection is needed. Maui and Hector's dolphins are the world's smallest and rarest marine dolphins, found only in New ..... More >>

59. Toasting a Century of Excellence

21 October 2014 11:55am | Babich Wines

Since the first bottle of Babich Wine was produced in 1916, the Babich Family has been known as a leader and innovator of the New Zealand wine industry. Now, almost 100-years later, they are gearing up to celebrate their centennial anniversary in ..... More >>

60. Shell and Todd caught drilling without approval

22 October 2014 7:55pm | BusinessDesk

Oct. 22 (BusinessDesk) - Multi-national oil company Shell's New Zealand arm and local energy giant Todd Energy have breached the new law governing New Zealand's Exclusive Economic Zone, the Environmental Protection Authority says in an Oct. 10 document ..... More >>

61. Gordon Campbell on Pharmac, Gough Whitlam and Sleater-Kinney

22 October 2014 10:13am | Gordon Campbell

Ridiculous reported comments on RNZ this morning by Trade Minister Tim Groser, as he sought to dampen down concerns about yesterday's leaked draft of the IP chapter of ther Trans Pacific Partnership negotiations... More >>

62. One dead in Tauranga road crash

22 October 2014 12:38pm | New Zealand Police

The passenger of a car has died after the vehicle he was in collided with a library bus on Welcome Bay Road, Tauranga this morning (Wednesday, 22 October). .. More >>

63. MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares extend gains; CEN, TPW rise

21 October 2014 5:45pm | BusinessDesk

Oct. 21 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand shares gained for a third day, paced by Contact Energy and TrustPower, as investors spooked by recent volatility sought high-yield stocks. Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Corp rose to a record close... More >>

64. Special housing not to be scoffed

22 October 2014 10:51am | Classic Builders

Peter Cooney, director of one of New Zealand's largest residential building company, Classic Builders, says there is a misperception about special housing being cheap and low quality that must be shaken... More >>

65. Farmers to get the full Ruataniwha facts on 4 November

22 October 2014 11:29am | Federated Farmers

Federated Farmers and Irrigation NZ have joined forces to give farmers the facts they need to make decisions on Ruataniwha dam water. 'Ruataniwha - it's Now or Never' is free and will take place on 4 November at Waipawa's Municipal Theatre ..... More >>

66. FMG extends its university scholarship programme

21 October 2014 3:03pm | FMG

Applications for FMG's agriculture scholarships are now open and will this year include school leavers looking to study ag-based degrees at Waikato University. .. More >>

67. Fats in margarine good for your heart

21 October 2014 4:17pm | Network Communication

Do you know your MUFAs from your PUFAs? Are you eating too much saturated fat? And are you eating the right balance of omega fatty acids? It's all a bit confusing isn't it?.. More >>

68. Shane Jones Nauru, Mauritius, Seychelles High Commissioner

21 October 2014 5:36pm | New Zealand Government

Foreign Minister Murray McCully has announced that Shane Jones will serve as New Zealand's High Commissioner to Nauru, Mauritius and the Seychelles in addition to his role as Pacific Economic Development Ambassador... More >>

69. Driving Down Wages through Record Migration

22 October 2014 4:38pm | New Zealand First Party

The National government is using uncontrolled migration as a crude device to drive down wages and lower living standards, says New Zealand First. .. More >>

70. Dairy inspections find disappointing practices

21 October 2014 11:37am | Otago Regional Council

Recent Otago Regional Council (ORC) dairy farm inspections have found disturbing examples of non-compliance with the Otago Water Plan prohibited activity rules. .. More >>

71. Māori CoRE selection committee announced

21 October 2014 11:34am | Tertiary Education Union

A panel of highly qualified and respected experts has been chosen to undertake the process of selecting a Centre of Research Excellence (CoRE) focused on Māori research. .. More >>

72. Speech from the Throne brings welcome focus on children

21 October 2014 4:26pm | UNICEF NZ

Today's speech from the Throne confirms the Government's focus on children, youth and their families in the areas of health, education, youth employment, poverty alleviation and Whānau Ora; now the challenge is to ensure every child in New Zealand ..... More >>

73. Accessibility Audit Reports Received

20 October 2014 4:29pm | Thames Coromandel District Council

Accessibility audits of the streets network in our main CBD's is now complete, which will help us now with planning future works. .. More >>

74. How to form a company in NZ yourself for only $163.55

23 July 2012 10:36am | NZ Accounting

Starting out in business? Rather than spend money with your lawyer or accountant on forming a company, do it yourself online for only $163.55. .. More >>

75. Construction momentum builds across New Zealand

22 October 2014 1:22pm | Hays

Jobs growth in New Zealand's construction industry is gathering pace as several large infrastructure developments have commenced or are about to get underway, says recruiting experts Hays Construction. .. More >>

76. PM Press Conference - 20 October 2014

20 October 2014 2:39pm | The Scoop Team

Prime Minister John Key met with press today to discuss: o Housing prices and redevelopment in Auckland o Discussions with Tony Abbott on the governmental response to ISIS, and New Zealand's election to the UN Security Council.. More >>

77. Students doing it tough as fees rise again

21 October 2014 12:26pm | New Zealand Labour Party

The Government is making it increasingly difficult for Kiwis to gain tertiary education as fees continue to rise and access to student support becomes even more restricted, Labour's Tertiary Education spokesperson Chris Hipkins says... More >>

78. Fatal accident In Buller Gorge

21 October 2014 1:22pm | New Zealand Police

Emergency Services were called to a fatal accident in the Buller gorge at around 9 a.m this morning. .. More >>

79. Fancy Owning Your Own Ski Field?

14 November 2008 10:37am | Bayley's Real Estate

A 'sleeping giant' of a ski field - with potential to substantially increase its capacity without adding any new equipment - is on the market for sale. .. More >>

80. AA Smartfuel announces the addition of 200 online stores

02 October 2014 11:20am | AA Smartfuel

Hot on the heels of its second consecutive NZ Marketing Award, AA Smartfuel has announced further expansion with more than 200 online international retailers joining the programme, enabling even greater fuel savings for its 1.7 million cardholders... More >>

81. Mitre 10 opens new store in Westgate development

20 October 2014 9:53am | Mitre 10

20 October 2014 Mitre 10 opens new store in Westgate development Mitre 10 is expanding in Auckland's new Westgate development, with its latest Mitre 10 MEGA store due to open Friday morning in time for the Labour Weekend retail rush. .. More >>

82. NZ achieves unprecedented profile in Chinese reality TV show

21 October 2014 11:06am | Tourism New Zealand

More than 400 million viewers across China tuned in for season two of Chinese reality show Dad, where are we going? featuring 217 minutes of celebrities travelling around New Zealand... More >>

83. Waikato scientists uncovering the secrets of mānuka trees

21 October 2014 2:06pm | University of Waikato

The results of a University of Waikato study surveying the flowers of mānuka trees around the North Island has been published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry... More >>

84. New Coolstores Under Construction In Te Puke

21 October 2014 12:00pm | Trevelyan's Pack and Cool Ltd

$3.5 million worth of new coolstore space is being built in Te Puke as Trevelyan's Pack and Cool Ltd prepare to handle a record kiwifruit crop from orchardists who are putting the Psa crisis behind them... More >>

85. Farmers need to take council findings on the chin

21 October 2014 5:28pm | Federated Farmers

Federated Farmers is saddened by Otago Regional Council inspection results and believes farmers risk compounding a bad payout season unless they seek information and help on what their obligations are under the Council's water quality rules (Plan Change ..... More >>

86. Teen Ambassadors treat elderly to sandwiches and selfies

21 October 2014 5:34pm | LynnMall Shopping Centre

There's something to be said for intergenerational socialisation...while selfies are everyday practice for teenagers, much of the older generation is illiterate in cell phone use. Those of the older generation can talk about life in the forties/fifties/sixties ..... More >>

87. Date Announced for the Block NZ 2014 Public Open Homes

06 October 2014 5:10pm | Mediaworks

TV3 is inviting viewers to visit The Block NZ houses, with one public event on Saturday 25 October (Labour weekend). .. More >>

88. Thousands more business cards needed to build giant Sponge

21 October 2014 12:18pm | University of Auckland

New Zealand is taking part in a global event this weekend to build a Menger Sponge using 15 million business cards but local organisers say they are thousands of business cards short... More >>

89. Dysfunctional Hagiography: Australia & Gough Whitlam's Death

21 October 2014 5:17pm | Binoy Kampmark

Hagiography is the curse of the Australian Labor movement. It is a movement that searches for, and craves, mythical figures and myths. Such a phenomenon might be termed mummification, and detracts from closer examination... More >>

90. Chief Coroner releases NZ annual suicide figures 2013

27 August 2013 1:24pm | Chief Coroner

Chief Coroner Judge Neil MacLean today released the provisional annual suicide figures for the year ending 30 June 2013. .. More >>

91. RÅ«nanga sets example in waterway restoration

21 October 2014 5:07pm | Enviroment Canterbury

The project manager for a Banks Peninsula rūnanga is encouraging people in central Canterbury to apply for funding dedicated to restoring waterways and native ecosystems. .. More >>

92. Male missing in Coromandel Ranges

22 October 2014 9:29am | New Zealand Police

On Tuesday afternoon Waikato Search and Rescue commenced a search operation in the Coromandel Ranges looking for a 59 year old Pukekohe man. .. More >>

93. ACC annual profit more than halves as claims mount

22 October 2014 12:12pm | BusinessDesk

Oct. 22 (BusinessDesk) - Accident Compensation Corp, the state-owned accident insurer, reported a 57 percent drop in annual profit after it faced more claims than anticipated, and as its investment portfolio returns missed expectations... More >>

94. KiwiNet forum focuses on innovation from science to start-up

22 October 2014 12:33pm | KiwiNet

Commercialisation professionals from Universities and Crown Research Institutes around New Zealand are in Christchurch today for a forum on turning clever science and technology into commercial value... More >>

95. Boutique Retirement Village Planned

22 October 2014 2:59pm | Shotover Country

October 22 2014: Plans for a high quality boutique retirement village at Queenstown's Shotover Country have been announced following the purchase of a key site in the subdivision by an established New Zealand retirement living operator... More >>

96. Taranaki DHB celebrates workplace wellness week

21 October 2014 12:22pm | Taranaki District Health Board

Taranaki DHB's Workplace Wellness Committee is kicking off Workplace Wellness Week from Monday 20 - Friday 24 October and will promote healthy activity, healthy eating and a healthy body and mind... More >>

97. Labour Names Review Team

19 October 2014 5:09pm | New Zealand Labour Party

Labour's New Zealand Council has appointed Bryan Gould as Convenor of its post-General Election Review. He will be joined on the Review Team by Hon Margaret Wilson, Stacey Morrison and Brian Corban... More >>

98. Public services held back by poor workplace culture

21 October 2014 9:38am | PSA

A new report by Victoria University's Centre for Labour, Employment and Work shows that public servants are working significant unpaid overtime to ensure the public services New Zealanders value are able to continue. .. More >>

99. Orion private placements provide clue for IPO price

22 October 2014 3:06pm | BusinessDesk

Oct. 22 (BusinessDesk) - Recent issues of Orion Health Group shares to private investors provide clues to the issue price in its upcoming initial public offer, .. More >>

100. CORRECT: ACC FY profit more than halves as claims mount

22 October 2014 4:11pm | BusinessDesk

Oct. 22 (BusinessDesk) - Accident Compensation Corp, the state-owned accident insurer, reported a 57 percent drop in annual profit after it faced more claims than anticipated, and as its investment portfolio returns missed expectations... More >>

 

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