The Steel Fabricator Certification (SFC) qualification will soon be mandatory for all Steel Construction New Zealand (SCNZ) fabricator members.
Trade Minister Todd McClay and his Saudi Arabian counterpart, the Minister of Commerce and Investment, have agreed to work towards early completion of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) - New Zealand free trade agreement (FTA).
New research from Victoria University of Wellington suggests some sea sponge species are likely to go the distance in the face of global climate change.
Christchurch is to host the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR) International Biology Symposium in 2021.
An 11-strong team of Kiwi karters will be in Australia this weekend contesting the Grand Final round of this year's Rotax Pro Tour at Dubbo in rural New South Wales.
Colliers International’s commercial property auctions continue to be a powerful approach for North Shore owners in 2016 with a 100% clearance rate in the retail and industrial sectors.
Tobacco retailers in Nelson were visited this week during a Tobacco Controlled Purchase Operation. The operation involved supervising a person under the age of 18 attempting to purchase cigarettes on retail premises.
Regenerate Christchurch has today signaled its approach for identifying the long-term use of land that has been zoned red in the Christchurch district.
Taranaki Mounga is today welcoming new strategic investors to its large-scale restoration project to transform Taranaki’s mountains and ranges into a haven for thriving wildlife.
Māori people experience high rates of trauma, which can be passed from one generation to another, and is correlated with a range of health and social problems, from heart disease to imprisonment.
The TaupÅ District’s reputation as New Zealand’s events capital has been further cemented after TaupÅ was named as a 2016 International Festivals and Events Association (IFEA) World Festival and Event City.
A University of Auckland trial involving families of pre-school children with ADHD symptoms is the first in the world to demonstrate that children’s symptoms and parents’ stress can be improved with an online intervention.
OM Financial Limited (OMF), a boutique financial markets brokerage firm, is pleased to announce the appointment of Len Ward as Chairman of the OMF Group. The appointment follows the decision of Colin Churchouse to step down from the position.
Napier Port and its neighbours have negotiated a break-through in their long-running bid to address noise issues, agreeing on a fresh approach involving acoustic treatment for some homes.
A major 10-week engagement period on the rulebook that will shape the way Auckland grows has been given the green light today.
A broad range of financial expertise will feature on the new organisation that oversees the management of New Plymouth District’s Perpetual Investment Fund (PIF).
The Productivity Commission’s draft report on barriers to innovation in the tertiary education system deserves to be debated, says BusinessNZ.
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BP Connect Haven Road swung open its doors this morning, marking the third Wild Bean Cafe to open in the Top of the South this year.
BP Head of Retail Debi Boffa says BP is committed to the region and excited to open another new store in the area.
A new report released by Nielsen, a global information and measurement company, has found that nearly half a million New Zealanders (484,000) are planning to purchase, sell the property they live in, or sell another property (e.g. investment/holiday home) within the next 12 months.