KFC, Pizza Hut, Carls Jr and Starbucks workers will strike tomorrow after negotiations broke down over a new collective agreement.
‘Ideological free trade dogma will hit new heights if New Zealand joins a rumoured plan to resurrect the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) without the US.
Nine of New Zealand’s brightest and most inspiring young Pacific students have just received Government scholarships to pursue their dreams says Pacific Peoples Minister Alfred Ngaro.
This is the second year that the Toloa Tertiary Scholarships have been available.
This year’s conference has a stella line up of presenters, workshops and round table sessions, which will be sure to stimulate, educate, entertain, and enlighten. You will also have ample opportunity to network with like-minded colleagues, exchanging challenges and opportunities.
A major research trial by the University of Auckland’s School of Population Health has found that taking higher doses of vitamin D once a month won’t lower your risk of heart disease.
Summer continues to fade away, especially for those more northern regions still sweating under hot weather as little as a week or two ago.
Vodafone is offering consumers an infinitely more entertaining opportunity to snap up Samsung’s new Galaxy S8/S8+ flagship phones, combining leading content with its Infinity Display.
Police received a report at approximately 6:30am this morning that a body had been found in the water at Queens Wharf on the Wellington waterfront.
Police are now at the scene and working to recover the body.
Enquiries will be made this morning to establish the circumstances.
Christchurch Airport has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Alibaba, the world’s largest retail commerce company, to connect small and regional New Zealand businesses with Chinese visitors before, during and after their visit, opening up the power of micro exporting for New Zealand.
In his comment on Bryan Gould’s article on the Reserve Bank, Don Brash continues to perpetuate his "flat earth economics" view of the way the banking system operates.
Computer programming jobs have previously struggled to attract women, but new technologies are providing substantial opportunities for a growing number of young girls seeking tech jobs, NZTech government relations director Andrea Hancox says.
The unforeseen consequence of the immigration law changes is that New Zealand employers will struggle to fill roles on the skilled shortage list under the new system.
Two days after the historic proposed settlement for care and support workers, draft equal pay legislation is a disappointment, the PSA says.
The Southland Economic Project has just released the first of two reports on the economics of water for limit-setting in Southland.
Lexus has been named the Best Overall Luxury Brand and Most Trusted Luxury Brand in the 2017 Kelley Blue Book Brand Image Awards.
Lawyers are challenged to show their commitment to plain English.
Healthcare Partners Ltd is committed to paying the appropriate share of costs incurred by Abano in its response to Healthcare’s bid for a 50.01% shareholding in the company.
From Christchurch, Timaru, Auckland, Taranaki, Napier, Wellington and Hauraki they came. Agriculture and horticulture high school teachers from across New Zealand were in Hamilton this week for the 2017 National Agribusiness Conference at St Paul’s Collegiate School.
It seems unbelievable that only a few generations ago that smoking was accepted and the health risks ignored.