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1. The Beginning and the End of the TPPA

03 August 2015 10:04am | Jordan McCluskey

We are a nation of traders. New Zealand is a country that has, since its colonisation, been dependent on foreign trade to support our economy. Extractive industries came first for the Kauri, then gold, then whale oil, and finally seal furs. Following ..... More >>

2. TPPA ministerial fails - time for NZ Govt. to cut losses

01 August 2015 4:57pm | Professor Jane Kelsey

'The "final" ministerial meeting on the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) in Maui has failed. Not opting to stay another day shows the gridlock is serious and potentially intractable', according to University of Auckland law professor ..... More >>

3. Yelawolf Announces Headline Auckland Show

31 July 2015 9:37am | Great Things

In celebration of his third studio album, Love Story , prodigious American rapper YELAWOLF brings his explosive headline show to Auckland's Studio on Friday, December 4... More >>

4. No TPP deal in Maui, but Groser 'extremely confident'

01 August 2015 2:55pm | BusinessDesk

Aug. 1 (BusinessDesk) - Intensive negotiations to seal the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade and investment pact in Hawaii this week have failed. .. More >>

5. House price expectations highest since survey began in 1996

31 July 2015 5:32pm | ASB Bank

House price expectations hit a new record, with a net 65% of respondents expecting house prices to increase. o More people expect interest rate declines over the next year. o First signs that new rules for property investors are impacting price ..... More >>

6. iHeartRadio New Zealand presents Adam Lambert

13 July 2015 10:14am | Niki Schuck

iHeartRadio New Zealand presents Adam Lambert, supported by Sweet Mix Kids - live in concert and free! - The hottest ticket in town thanks to 2degrees .. More >>

7. Scoop's #FutureOfNews Challenge & Solution - A ''New Scoop''

03 August 2015 10:06am | Alastair Thompson

A Speech by Scoop Editor & Publisher Alastair Thompson backgrounding the development of Scoop's new "Ethical Paywall" approach to licensing commercial use of its news content and addressing the current State of the NZ News Media and the challenges ..... More >>

8. Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement

03 August 2015 9:48am | Grey Power New Zealand

It is long past time the New Zealand Government took the people into its confidence and explained their position on the TPPA. There is a lot of information floating about through leaks on Wikileaks etc but our elected representative along with their ..... More >>

9. NIWA's new hi-tech tool helps identify what's in your stream

03 August 2015 9:27am | NIWA

Identifying creepy crawlies in your local stream just got a whole lot easier and faster, thanks to a new 3D identification system developed by a NIWA researcher. .. More >>

10. Q+A: Justice Minister Amy Adams on domestic violence law

02 August 2015 11:46am | TVNZ

Q+A: Justice Minister Amy Adams - new family violence offences and tougher penalties are likely after a review of our domestic violence laws. .. More >>

11. Hard Times in West Auckland

03 August 2015 10:24am | Salvation Army

For 19 people in West Auckland, home is living and sleeping on the streets of Waitakere. Their story and the circumstances of their life is captured in the latest report of The Salvation Army, "Hard Times". The report details an uncomfortable story ..... More >>

12. Groser's emotions should not define NZ's TPPA stance

03 August 2015 10:50am | Green Party

Tim Groser should not let his personal stake in the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) negotiations supersede the best interests of the New Zealand public, said the Green Party today... More >>

13. Secrecy of TPPA documents heads to court

31 July 2015 3:53pm | Professor Jane Kelsey

Secrecy of TPPA documents heads to court A legal challenge to the secrecy of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) negotiations will be launched in the High Court next week. An urgent application for judicial review will challenge Trade Minister ..... More >>

14. The Lawson quins tell their incredible story

24 July 2015 11:25am | Paul Little Books

On their 50th birthday, the Lawson quins tell their incredible story in a full-length biography... More >>

15. Images: Views And Counter Views At Destiny Protest

24 August 2004 4:52pm | Derek Cheng

About 5000 protesters were met by counter-rallies when they marched to Parliament yesterday in opposition to the proposed Civil Union Bill. Auckland-based Destiny church organised the protest. Leader Brian Tamaki had said they were marching for ..... More >>

16. Groser proves trade credentials by insisting on a good deal

01 August 2015 5:06pm | DCANZ - Dairy Companies Association New Zealand

The Dairy Companies Association of New Zealand (DCANZ) is commending New Zealand Trade Minister, Tim Groser, for standing firm against enormous pressure to concede to a sub-standard deal for dairy. The Minister and his team of expert negotiators ..... More >>

17. Groser disappointed TPP deal not reached

01 August 2015 5:03pm | New Zealand Government

Trade Minister Tim Groser is disappointed that the TPP negotiations were unable to reach a conclusion today, but TPP ministers collectively pledged to meet again as soon as possible to finalise the deal... More >>

18. Xero 1Q cash burn accelerates

03 August 2015 10:35am | BusinessDesk

Aug. 3 (BusinessDesk) - Xero, the cloud-based accounting software developer, burned through cash at a faster pace in the June quarter as it ramped up spending on an expanding workforce and more than doubled expenditure on marketing and advertising... More >>

19. MESSAGE FOR PM: NZ Supports te reo Māori - you should too

03 August 2015 1:56pm | Maori Language Commission

As Māori Language Week celebrations and commemoration of 40 years draws to an end, the Māori Language Commission, Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori, is once again hugely encouraged by the widespread support for Māori language from throughout the country ..... More >>

20. Belinda Moffat decides to leave FMA

03 August 2015 2:11pm | Financial Markets Authority

The Financial Market's Authority (FMA) today announced that Belinda Moffat has decided to leave the FMA after three and a half years leading the FMA's enforcement team. Ms Moffat joined the FMA in March 2012, in the establishment phase of the new ..... More >>

21. HRC to Intervene in Bible in Schools Case

03 August 2015 9:10am | Secular Education Network

The Human Rights Commission is preparing to intervene in a Bible in Schools case in the High Court in Auckland, and this could even up the odds in what was shaping up to be a David v Goliath battle... More >>

22. Not-so-solid future for Solid Energy

03 August 2015 5:21pm | Jeremy Wilkinson

The fate of Solid Energy was the focus for this afternoon's Post-Cabinet press conference in Wellington. .. More >>

23. Concerned Citizens Chained to Museum in TPPA Protest

02 August 2015 6:21pm | TPPA Auckland Call to Action Group

The stalling of yesterday's TPPA negotiations in Maui provide light relief for the citizens of New Zealand, but we cannot be complacent in thinking that our Government will not continue on signing our country up to a deal that may be detrimental for ..... More >>

24. Employer pleads guilty over forestry death

03 August 2015 10:55am | New Zealand Council of Trade Unions

M and A Cross Ltd , forestry employer of Charles Finlay, pled guilty today in Rotorua District Court.. More >>

25. PM announces honorary military appointments

03 August 2015 2:40pm | New Zealand Government

Prime Minister John Key has announced that Her Majesty The Queen has approved the appointment of HRH The Prince of Wales to three honorary positions in the New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF): Admiral of the Fleet of the Royal New Zealand Navy Field Marshal, ..... More >>

26. New leaks show PHARMAC "fighting for oxygen" under TPPA

11 June 2015 9:52am | Doctors for Healthy Trade

The Annex on Transparency for the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA), published by Wikileaks yesterday , reveals changes that could make PHARMAC "largely unworkable" and lead to "less affordable medicines" according to oncologist, health economist ..... More >>

27. Windows 10 now available in New Zealand as a free upgrade

29 July 2015 5:04pm | Microsoft New Zealand

The "best and most secure Windows ever" set to empower Kiwis to do and achieve more .. More >>

28. Fletcher dumps Aussie distribution chief in ANZ merger

03 August 2015 12:48pm | BusinessDesk

Aug. 3 (BusinessDesk) - Fletcher Building has dumped its Australian head of distribution and will merge the business with its New Zealand counterpart, while separately announcing the departure of chief information officer Carl Powell... More >>

29. TPPA leak reveals sweeping restrictions agreed on SOEs

30 July 2015 11:54am | Professor Jane Kelsey

Wikileaks has just posted a 'guidance' document for TPPA ministers on SOE-related issues ( https://wikileaks.org/tpp-soe-minister/ ). Although dated December 2013, Professor Jane Kelsey, a law professor from the University of Auckland who has monitored ..... More >>

30. Glivenko Wins National Chamber Music Contest

03 August 2015 9:24am | Sally Woodfield

Wellington ensemble Trio Glivenko has won the New Zealand Community Trust Chamber Music Contest for 2015 - the first time a Wellington ensemble has won the contest for many years... More >>

31. Calibre Consulting wins Silver at INNOVATE NZ Awards

02 August 2015 12:14pm | Calibre Consulting

Calibre Consulting has won a Silver Award at the 2015 INNOVATE NZ Awards of Excellence for the improvements made to the anaerobic digestion systems at Palmerston North City Council's (PNCC) Waste Water Treatment Plant... More >>

32. Te Taura Whiri I Te Reo Māori Chief Executive Appointed

31 July 2015 5:20pm | Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Maori

Commissioner of Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori Dr Wayne Ngata today announced the appointment of Ngāhiwi Apanui to the role of Chief Executive. .. More >>

33. The New Kiwi Deal

02 August 2015 6:53pm | New Zealand First Party

This is Maori Language Week and there is a Maori proverb that should be at the front of every politician's mind. .. More >>

34. Cook Islands Language Week celebrated

03 August 2015 9:11am | New Zealand Government

The theme is "to tatou reo tupuna e korona ia no to tatou matakeinanga" - our language is a crowning glory of our community. The theme of the language week, which began yesterday, reflects the contribution the Cook Islands language and culture ..... More >>

35. Funding impacting Wellington's community organisations

01 August 2015 10:24am | Community Network Wellington

A recent survey of members of Community Networks Wellington (CNW) has found that insecure funding and changes in the government's approach to the sector are creating uncertainty for community organisations... More >>

36. Kaikoura, State Highway 1, Ohau Point road repairs begin

03 August 2015 10:09am | NZTA

The NZ Transport Agency starts five weeks of road repairs just south of Ohau Point, Kaikoura, from today (Monday, 3 August). Ohau Point is known for its seal colony and is about 25 km north of the township... More >>

37. Sky Tower celebrates 18th birthday

03 August 2015 12:56pm | SKYCITY

SKYCITY Auckland is celebrating the Sky Tower's 18th birthday tonight with a colourful light display. Stretching 328 metres high, the Sky Tower has been an iconic feature of the Auckland landscape since 1997. At the time, the Sky Tower was an engineering ..... More >>

38. UPDATE: Meridian, power company stocks rise on smelter deal

03 August 2015 10:55am | BusinessDesk

Aug. 3 (BusinessDesk) - Electricity company shares rose on news that the Tiwai Point aluminium smelter will remain open and run at full capacity at least until the end of 2017, even though Meridian Energy remains the sole supplier after other power ..... More >>

39. New Zealand's most trusted brands for 2015 revealed

27 July 2015 9:35am | Metro Marketing

The popular chocolate manufacturing company has been announced New Zealand's most trusted brand in the annual Reader's Digest 'Most Trusted Brands' survey released today. .. More >>

40. MARKET CLOSE: NZX 50 Index rises to record; MRP, Meridian up

03 August 2015 5:44pm | BusinessDesk

MARKET CLOSE: NZX 50 Index rises to record; MRP, Meridian gain on Tiwai, Trilogy soars .. More >>

41. Tiwai Point smelter safe until 2017; Meridian sole supplier

03 August 2015 9:09am | BusinessDesk

Aug. 3 (BusinessDesk) - The Tiwai Point aluminium smelter will remain open, with Meridian Energy remaining its sole electricity supplier at an undisclosed but somewhat improved electricity price for about 30 percent of the smelter's total consumption... More >>

42. The 'game-changer' we need is renewable

03 August 2015 10:07am | Oil Free Otago

Oil Free Otago agrees with New Zealand Oil and Gas (NZOG) CEO Andrew Knight, that his proposal to drill in 2017 off Oamaru would be a 'game-changer' (ODT 31 July 2015)... More >>

43. NZ Dollar Outlook: Falling kiwi likely on dairy weakness

03 August 2015 1:14pm | BusinessDesk

Aug. 3 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar is expected to decline this week, weighed down by further weakness in the country's key dairy industry and by a strengthening US dollar... More >>

44. God Defend the National Anthem

31 July 2015 4:21pm | Lyndon Hood

Earlier in the week Labour leader Andrew Little said - deliberately, I think - that he didn't like New Zealand's national anthem and many New Zealanders preferred to sing along to the Australian one... More >>

45. Smelter decision creates opportunity for new economic plan

03 August 2015 10:36am | Green Party

The Green Party is calling on the Government to show leadership and work with the Southland community to develop an economic plan for a post-Tiwai Point aluminium smelter world. "It's a relief for Southlanders that the smelter will stay open ..... More >>

46. Six NZ finalists in global tech awards

03 August 2015 1:29pm | New Zealand Government

Communications Minister Amy Adams has acknowledged six New Zealand companies which have been selected as finalists in this year's World Summit Awards for creativity and innovation in ICT... More >>

47. Dignity, Equality and a Living Wage

03 August 2015 11:13am | The Service and Food Workers Union Nga Ringa Tota

The Coalition of Selwyn Supporters will hold a public meeting Wednesday 5th August 7pm, at Pt Chevalier Primary School Auditorium to call on the Selwyn Foundation to lead the way in aged care by paying a Living Wage to their staff and ensuring that ..... More >>

48. Mistaken identity

03 August 2015 5:02pm | New Zealand Police

All media are advised that the assertions made to a Radio Live host this afternoon about activities earlier this year of homicide victim, 21 year-old David Cerven of Slovakia, are entirely incorrect... More >>

49. Call on Super Fund to quit Super Funding Apartheid

03 August 2015 9:14am | Senior Citizens for Peace

In commemoration of the one year anniversary of the murder of nearly 2000 captive Palestinians in Gaza, taxpayers will today picket the NZ Superfund office to oppose the investment of New Zealanders money into companies which profit off Israel's ..... More >>

50. More housing support for vulnerable youth

02 August 2015 10:37am | New Zealand National Party

Vulnerable young people needing a supportive and stable living environment will benefit from a new accommodation service, Social Housing Minister Paula Bennett says. .. More >>

51. Rocket Lab and NASA sign Commercial Space Launch Agreement

31 July 2015 9:56am | Rocket Lab

AUCKLAND, New Zealand. - July 31, 2015 - Rocket Lab has signed a Commercial Space Launch Act Agreement with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). The agreement enables Rocket Lab to use NASA resources - including personnel, facilities ..... More >>

52. Real estate boss supports call for foreign buyers' register

02 August 2015 10:20am | Cameron Brewer

The call for a foreign buyers' register is supported by Geoff Barnett, National Manager of Century 21 New Zealand. .. More >>

53. Gordon Campbell on opposing investor-state dispute measures

03 August 2015 11:27am | Gordon Campbell

Even in this dark hour for the TPP, the secrecy farce continues. On RNZ this morning, Trade Minister Tim Groser said he looks forward to the day when he can take the covers off , and show New Zealand what a good deal we've won. Oh, good grief. What is ..... More >>

54. Can the TPPA Be Rebooted?

03 August 2015 2:55pm | New Zealand First Party

New Zealand First believes the only way to save the Trans-Pacific Partnership is to go back to the small group of countries who came up with the original concept and base an agreement on trade without various non-trade projects and agendas getting ..... More >>

55. Shooting victim named

03 August 2015 8:48am | New Zealand Police

The body of the man fatally shot by Police in Myers Park at about 7.45pm last night was removed from the scene in the early hours of this morning and will undergo a post-mortem examination today... More >>

56. New Zealand's First Community Ecommerce Initiative

31 July 2015 3:00pm | Storbie Limited

New Zealand's First Community Ecommerce Initiative to Launch as Part of Hamilton CBD Revitalisation Strategy .. More >>

57. A cold August with severe weather to start

03 August 2015 11:18am | MetService

"A colder than usual August is expected for all regions of the country.While this is likely good news for skiers, it will mean larger power bills for many of us," said MetService Meteorologist Georgina Griffiths. "The month starts ..... More >>

58. Harvard fellowship for Lincoln lecturers

03 August 2015 2:35pm | Lincoln University

A Lincoln husband-and-wife team have just returned from a nine-month research sabbatical at Harvard University in the United States. .. More >>

59. Collins Comments - August 3

03 August 2015 8:56am | Judith Collins

Papakura has a tremendous community spirit with many of our community volunteers being senior New Zealanders. We are fortunate to have that commitment by so many. .. More >>

60. Facilities Management industry takes off in New Zealand

29 July 2015 12:29pm | Hays

Demand for facilities management services in New Zealand is set to grow in the months ahead as companies continue to outsource the management of their buildings and assets, says recruiting experts Hays Facilities Management... More >>

61. Wellington, Whangarei and Auckland projects win gold

03 August 2015 9:42am | Make Lemonade

The Lower Hatea River crossing in Whangarei, a new state of the art building at Middlemore hospital in Auckland and Wellington's Clyde Quay Wharf were the gold winners last night at the 50th annual NZ INNOVATE awards, organised by ACENZ - ..... More >>

62. Fonterra fined for Edgecumbe overflows

31 July 2015 3:02pm | Bay of Plenty Regional Council

Fonterra Limited has been fined a total of $174,150 in Tauranga District Court for six separate offences under the Resource Management Act. Fonterra pled guilty to all six charges and was sentenced by Judge Smith at a hearing on 27 July... More >>

63. NZ must do more on exploited migrant labour: US State Dept

31 July 2015 5:21pm | BusinessDesk

July 31 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand needs to significantly boost its efforts to protect vulnerable migrant workers against exploitative employers, says the US Department of State, in its latest human trafficking report. .. More >>

64. Meridian, MightyRiverPower shares gain before Tiwai decision

31 July 2015 5:24pm | BusinessDesk

July 31 (BusinessDesk) - A decision to keep the Tiwai Point aluminium smelter open appears increasingly likely, with shares of Meridian Energy and MightyRiverPower gaining ahead of Monday's scheduled announcement on the future of the Bluff industrial ..... More >>

65. FMA head of enforcement Belinda Moffat to leave in September

03 August 2015 2:31pm | BusinessDesk

Aug. 3 (BusinessDesk) - Financial Markets Authority head of enforcement Belinda Moffat will leave next month, having wrapped up the market watchdog's investigations into the collapse of the finance company sector through the latter half of last decade... More >>

66. Petone Carnival best day out this winter

03 August 2015 3:13pm | Hutt City Council

Saturday's Petone Winter Carnival proved again why it's the best day out in winter. .. More >>

67. 'Precarious' Solid Energy in banks' hands; govt eyes options

03 August 2015 5:54pm | BusinessDesk

Aug. 3 (BusinessDesk) - Liquidation of state-owned coal company Solid Energy "cannot be ruled out" but is "not the number one preferred option of the government," says Prime Minister John Key, who confirmed the beleaguered company was discussed ..... More >>

68. Anchor Milk Reignites 1935 All Blacks Partnership

31 July 2015 10:32am | Anchor Milk

Today Anchor milk announced that it will be partnering with the All Blacks, refreshing its original 1935 Anchor-All Blacks partnership. .. More >>

69. Easier, faster way to upgrade RealMe accounts

29 May 2015 10:15am | New Zealand Government

Minister of Internal Affairs Peter Dunne says thousands of New Zealand online passport renewal applicants now have an easy, fast way to get a RealMe verified identity and access a range of online services... More >>

70. Q+A: Tim Groser on the TPP

02 August 2015 11:37am | TVNZ

CORIN Mr Groser, can you give us a sense of how disappointing this is that you didn't reach an agreement this week? .. More >>

71. Responsible dog ownership vital

03 August 2015 3:10pm | NZVA

The steady rise in dog bite injuries in New Zealand continues to reflect the need for societal change around the way we choose to own and care for dogs said the New Zealand Veterinary Association (NZVA) today, responding to a study based on ACC data ..... More >>

72. Asian interest in Auckland property accounts for around 5%

01 August 2015 10:22am | Realestate.co.nz

Data indicates East Asian interest in Auckland property accounts for around 5% of those viewing online listings in the city .. More >>

73. 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 >>

74. T&G Global strengthens position as asparagus marketer

31 July 2015 3:14pm | BusinessDesk

July 31 (BusinessDesk) - T&G Global, the fruit marketer controlled by Germany's BayWa, has acquired assets from long-term Australian partner M&G Vizzarri, strengthening its position as a major asparagus trader... More >>

75. NZ finalists showcased in international tech awards

03 August 2015 2:01pm | Internet NZ

InternetNZ welcomes the announcement by Communications Minister Amy Adams today that six New Zealand companies have been selected as finalists in this year's World Summit Awards. .. More >>

76. Northland DHB Paving Way for Future Healthcare

03 August 2015 11:09am | Northland DHB

Northland DHB is paving the way for future healthcare by trialling a high-tech, potentially life-saving telemedicine system. .. More >>

77. Government can support Māori Language Month

03 August 2015 2:05pm | Green Party

Government can support Māori Language Month The Green Party is challenging the Government to back a Te Reo Māori language month. "Te Reo is a living language, cherished by many New Zealanders Pākehā and Māori alike. Supporting a month of ..... More >>

78. Report shows Govt is letting down the most vulnerable Kiwis

03 August 2015 3:03pm | Green Party

The Salvation Army's Hard Times report into homelessness in West Auckland shows an urgent need for more emergency accommodation in the area, as well as increased financial assistance from Government for our most vulnerable people, the Green Party ..... More >>

79. Grave concerns for teenager

03 August 2015 11:16am | New Zealand Police

Police have grave concerns for 15-year-old LA Tukerangi who has indicated to family that she is being held against her will. .. More >>

80. Fish dumping incident investigated

03 August 2015 11:12am | Ministry For Primary Industries

Fish dumping incident investigated The Ministry for Primary Industries is investigating a potential fish-dumping incident off the coast of Northland on Friday (31 July). MPI Compliance Director Dean Baigent says two separate fishermen alerted staff in ..... More >>

81. Tainui to sell up to 50% of its Hamilton shopping centre

03 August 2015 1:28pm | BusinessDesk

Aug. 3 (BusinessDesk) - Tainui Group Holdings (TGH), the investment arm of the Waikato tribe, plans to sell as much as 50 percent of its The Base shopping centre in Te Rapa, northwest Hamilton, using the funds to repay debt and for other investments... More >>

82. Appointments to Transport Accident Investigation Commission

03 August 2015 5:31pm | New Zealand Government

Minister of Transport 3 August 2015 Media Statement Appointments to the Transport Accident Investigation Commission .. More >>

83. Maritime industry backing World Maritime activities

31 July 2015 3:48pm | Maritime New Zealand

With worldwide shortages of over 42,500 officers expected by 2019, the New Zealand maritime industry will focus firmly on education and training for "NZ Careers at Sea" to celebrate World Maritime Day (Thurs, Sept 24)... More >>

84. Meridian signs a variation to its electricity agreement

03 August 2015 9:30am | Meridian Energy

3 August 2015 Meridian Energy has signed a variation to the existing Electricity Agreement with New Zealand Aluminium Smelters Ltd (NZAS) following extended negotiations. .. More >>

85. Gensis Support for Meridian Tiwai contract

03 August 2015 10:23am | Genesis

Genesis Energy Limited announced today that it has signed a contract with Meridian Energy to support the provision of electricity required by New Zealand Aluminium Smelters (Tiwai) with the following key terms: - 50MW .. More >>

86. Endeavour Chardonnay a rare and inspirational wine

03 August 2015 11:22am | Kite Communications

New Zealand's most expensive white wine was bottled in Hawke's Bay last week and anticipation is high amongst discerning wine consumers who have had to wait three years since the last vintage came to market... More >>

87. Captivating New Zealand Stories Showcased in Sunday Theatre

29 July 2015 11:03am | TVNZ

Some of New Zealand's most dramatic stories are brought to life this August with a brand new season ofSunday Theatres airing on TV ONE. .. More >>

88. TPPA a botch-up from the start

02 August 2015 11:03am | New Zealand First Party

The TPPA was a botch-up from the start, says New Zealand First Leader and Member of Parliament for Northland Rt Hon Winston Peters. .. More >>

89. More housing support for vulnerable youth

03 August 2015 9:46am | New Zealand Government

Vulnerable young people needing a supportive and stable living environment will benefit from a new accommodation service, Social Housing Minister Paula Bennett says. .. More >>

90. Central Government Over-riding Locals on Genetic Engineering

02 August 2015 10:42am | Kelvin Davis

Everyone who has opposed the introduction of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) into their districts needs to be alarmed at the way central Government is moving to over-ride local council regulations about this matter, says Kelvin Davis, Labour ..... More >>

91. TPP Leak: SOE Issues for Ministerial Guidance

30 July 2015 10:26am | Wikileaks

Today, 29 July 2015, WikiLeaks releases a secret letter from the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP or TPPA) Ministerial Meeting in December 2013, along with a comprehensive expert analysis of the document... More >>

92. Whittaker's Chocolate expands into Malaysia

19 June 2014 10:48am | Whittakers

Whittaker's is expanding into the Malaysian market with its New Zealand-made chocolates to be made widely available through leading retailers. It marks New Zealand's Most Trusted Brand's largest expansion into Asia, in terms of product range and distribution ..... More >>

93. Waste Not Want Not

24 July 2015 11:03am | The PR Shop

New Zealand's Largest CID Resource Recovery Facility Opens New Plant in Onehunga New Zealand's largest construction, industrial and demolition (CID) resource recovery facility today officially opened its new sort line, wood chipping and plasterboard ..... More >>

94. Sky Celebrates 25 Years

24 July 2015 2:31pm | Lassoo

Thousands of Kiwis Keen to Snap up Ultimate Fan Experiences as Sky Celebrates 25 Years .. More >>

95. 200 primary health care nurses meet in Wellington

31 July 2015 10:38am | NZNO

From today in Wellington over 200 primary health care nurses from around New Zealand meet to discuss and learn of innovation in nursing practice at their annual conference. Among the delegates are nurse practitioners and intern nurse practitioners who are ..... More >>

96. Achieving Patient-Centred Care Or Floccinaucinihipilfication

31 July 2015 3:15pm | ASMS

Thank you for the opportunity to address you again. As always my comments are personal observations, although in broad terms at least I believe they are consistent with the Association's view on the matters discussed. In this address I would like to ..... More >>

97. Post-cabinet: TPP, Family Violence and Solid Energy

03 August 2015 5:35pm | Megan Gattey

Prime Minister John Key discussed the current situation on the TPP, Solid Energy and the upcoming discussion document on family violence in a post-cabinet press conference today... More >>

98. Retailers Welcome Government Moves on Gst Threshold

01 August 2015 11:41am | Retail NZ

Retailers will be pleased by news reports that Revenue Minister Todd McClay is taking a paper to Cabinet this month that will allow New Zealand retailers to compete on a fair basis with foreign websites by substantially reducing the threshold at which ..... More >>

99. Community Post applications open

29 July 2015 3:12pm | New Zealand Post

New Zealand Post is looking forward to once again donating over a million postage-included envelopes to community groups through Community Post. .. More >>

100. ComCom follows through with NAIT price-fixing suit

03 August 2015 9:30am | BusinessDesk

Aug. 3 (BusinessDesk) - The Commerce Commission has filed court proceedings against PGG Wrightson, Elders New Zealand and five individuals it claims fixed fees charged during the introduction of a national livestock tagging scheme. The regulator is ..... More >>

 

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