Cadbury’s announcement that it was abandoning New Zealand manufacturing turned out to be great timing for the launch of My Chocolate Box, New Zealand’s first monthly chocolate subscription service.
E tÅ«, the union for security guards, says WINZ may be breaching privacy laws with its new screening process for people visiting WINZ offices.
The vetting requires WINZ security guards to check photo ID and whether visitors to WINZ offices have an appointment.
It defies belief that Air New Zealand is applying to employ aircraft engineers from overseas, only a week after its subsidiary Safe Air announced that it has to let 69 workers go and it proposes to lay another 190 off in Auckland due to a lack of work, says the Engineering, Printing and Manufactu
Spark New Zealand (Spark), one of the interested parties opposing the clearance application for the proposed merger between Sky Network Television (Sky) and Vodafone NZ (Vodafone) said today it is seeking a Court ruling for a short-term pause in the event the New Zealand Commerce Commission (Comm
Summer so far this year has seen a huge variety of changeable weather - but the forecast over the next week or two is seeing summer weather truly settling in to more places.
Regenerative medicine company, Upside Biotechnologies, has appointed lawyer and experienced director David Flacks as Board chair.
The Auckland-based company is developing an advanced, world-class skin replacement treatment for patients suffering major burns.
Kate McKenzie, Chorus’ new CEO, formally steps into the role today. Ms McKenzie has also been appointed as a Chorus director from today. Ms McKenzie will not be an independent director.
Kiwi Group Holdings (KGH) which includes Kiwibank, Kiwi Wealth, Kiwi Insurance and New Zealand Home Loans, has made a profit after tax of $65 million for the six months ending 31 December 2016, compared with $73 million for the same 6 month period in 20151.
Northland-raised Hawke’s Bay shearing champion Rowland Smith became possibly only the fourth person to win 100 Open-class shearing titles with three victories about 24hours and 1700km apart during the weekend.
E tÅ« says Cadbury’s Dunedin workers are asking the public not to boycott Cadbury’s chocolate, as this could hasten the loss of their jobs.
E tÅ« has spoken with workers following Thursday’s shock announcement the Dunedin factory will close.
Mayor Phil Goff today convened the first meeting of the Auckland Mayoral Taskforce on Auckland Housing Supply.
The Mayoral Taskforce will comprise of Auckland Council, central government officials and the private sector. The objectives of the Mayoral Taskforce are to:
A two-year long trial to centralise the co-ordination and dispatch of national air ambulance helicopter services will get underway today.
Wellington Police and Search and Rescue located a body in the bush area in Woodridge at approximately 7:00pm this evening.
The body has been confirmed as that of Kebai Liu, 76 years-old, who had been missing since Friday morning.
The official 2017 New Zealand Living Wage will be announced next Tuesday 21 February at 12:01am.
The Living Wage is defined as:
Police are attending a serious crash on State Highway 1, between Warkworth and Puhoi, north of Auckland.
Four vehicles were involved in the incident which occurred at approximately 5:50am, Monday 20 February, 2017.
Another World shearing record attempt has been given the all-clear to go ahead in Southand today (Monday) with Leon Samuels tackling a record of 603 strongwool ewes in eight hours.
A majority of New Zealanders support abortion on request, proving our outdated laws need urgent reform, ALRANZ Abortion Rights Aotearoa says.
Buyer sentiment has improved in the ASB Housing Confidence Survey, but ultimately, New Zealanders still think it’s a bad time to buy a house.
Six-time champions Auckland City FC are coming into form right in time for the business end of the Stirling Sport Premiership.
Auckland’s busiest ever cruise ship week includes a record four ships in port in one day
Auckland has enjoyed its busiest-ever week for cruise ship arrivals, including having four cruise ships docked on the same day for the first time ever on Saturday, 18 February.