The government’s promised "Gold Standard TPPA" and no sign up unless "absolutely in the best interests of New Zealand" has not come through.
The gains from the TPP for New Zealand’s largest export industry have failed to meet the test set by the government, Labour’s Finance spokesperson Grant Robertson says.
The OECD last night released its final package of actions to address base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS).
With only a few days left before submissions close on the Christchurch City Council's representation review, Deputy Mayor Vicki Buck is urging citizens to make their views known.
BusinessNZ is congratulating Trade Minister Tim Groser and Chief Negotiator David Walker on getting the best deal possible for New Zealand in the Trans Pacific Partnership.
The Government appears to have failed to deliver in the secretive TPP deal, with no meaningful gains for dairy and new costs for Pharmac, Labour’s Acting Leader Annette King says.
Chiefs Assistant Coach and Manu Samoa Technical Advisor Andrew Strawbridge and his wife Laura have been simply overwhelmed by the influx of donations for the Strawbridge Givealittle appeal to provide medical equipment for the Moto'otua National Hospital Intensive Care Unit in Samoa.
In a first-ever recruitment appointment NZLocums has placed a Nurse Practitioner into a permanent role in a New Zealand rural general practice.
Tauranga’s leading commercial construction company, CBC Construction, is pleased to announce its expansion into Auckland with a new office opening in Parnell this week.
Catherine Beard, Executive Director of ExportNZ says it is a huge relief for New Zealand exporters that the Trans Pacific Partnership deal has reached a positive conclusion, despite not getting all we wanted from dairy access.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement will deliver significant benefits to New Zealand and build on the hard-won gains from previous free trade agreements, Trade Minister Tim Groser says.
Raglan based singer-songwriter Parabola West is excited to announce the release of her brand new single Fire with a special release showcase on October 16th.
New Zealand fashion designer Adrian Hailwood will revisit influences that have helped shape his career in a talk delivered at EIT's School of Arts and Design at 10.30am on Tuesday, 2 August.
Southern Police can confirm a 22 year-old male has died after slipping on ice near Treble Cone just after 1.00pm today.
Police and Alpine Cliff Rescue attended the incident and found the male about an hour later.
Police are working to advise the family of the male.
The use of third parties to collect so-called ‘voluntary’ donations shows underfunding of education is forcing schools to rely on handouts from parents, Labour’s Education spokesperson Chris Hipkins says.
Finding a better way to help patients manage diabetes prompted WellSouth to introduce the international DESMOND programme throughout Otago and Southland, with the potential to train staff in other District Health Boards.
Auckland City Police can now confirm the identity of the person who died in a house fire in Ponsonby on Thursday 1 October.
The deceased person is Mrs Valerie Lynnette Gibson, aged 71 years.
Police are not treating the fire as suspicious.
A front is forecast to move onto southern New Zealand later today and then cross central New Zealand early Monday, while a deep low passes to the south.
"New Zealand patients deserve much better than to have their taxpayer funded health system becoming a swallowed dead rat as a result of the controversial Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA)," says Ian Powell, Executive Director of the Association of Salaried Medical Specialists (ASMS).
MYOB has once again strengthened its commitment to the New Zealand payroll market by acquiring Information Management Services Limited (IMS), which is based in the Hawkes Bay in the North Island, for a purchase price of NZ$9.7million, the company announced today.