Work life balance has surpassed salary as the primary motivator for New Zealand professionals for the first time, according to The Hiring Report: The State of Hiring in New Zealand 2015.
The Minister of Internal Affairs Hon Peter Dunne today announced a review of access to Births, Deaths and Marriages (BDM) records.
When you find the perfect pair of diamond earrings for your valentine this year at a price too good to be true, think twice before whipping out your credit card, warns Symantec.
TUANZ welcomes the announcement today by SPARK that they will offer to their over 600,000 broadband customers a free 12 months subscription to the video streaming service LIGHTBOX.
Employers wishing to recruit school leavers have scored them below par for basic literacy and the use of English language in a recent survey.
They were also unhappy with school leavers’ problem solving, team work and communication skills.
The global wine community currently has a great deal of interest in market dynamics at the more premium end of the global market, however grasping ‘premiumisation’ opportunities is a complicated and disjointed process, according to specialist agri lender Rabobank.
Datacom, one of Australasia’s largest independent business technology solutions providers, and contact centre software company, Interactive Intelligence Group (Nasdaq: ININ), have announced a strategic partnership that will bring the best infrastructure, experience and tools available to contac
By Andy McGechan, www.BikesportNZ.com
Bay of Plenty's Cody Cooper has some very big shoes to fill, not least of all his own.
The dietary supplement creatine can protect the brain when its oxygen supply is reduced, a University of Auckland study has found.
A survey showing that only a tiny fraction of resource consent applications are declined makes a nonsense of the Government’s claims that the Resource Management Act is getting in the way of housing development, the Green Party says.
A keen Dolly Parton fan from Nelson will no longer be ‘working 9 to 5’ now that she’s won $5 million with Lotto Powerball on last weekend’s draw.
The winner and her husband are regular Lotto players and pick up a ticket from their local store most weeks.
Massey University is launching New Zealand’s first business-focused analytics degree next month to address the skills shortage in analysing ‘big data’.
A philosopher, a mathematician and a student walk into a bar. A drinking game played out between friends in a bar and a complicated mathematics study into cause and effect, may seem worlds apart.
Creative HQ, Wellington’s startup base, has appointed two new directors to its Board - Victoria Crone of Xero and Suse Reynolds of Angel Association New Zealand.
New Zealand First Deputy Leader Tracey Martin is astonished the Minister Responsible for Novopay is trumpeting the latest payroll error rate as a step forward.
After dipping as low as 0.7750 at the end of last week, the NZD/USD clawed its way a little higher. From the start of the week it has traded a relatively tight range, sitting around 0.7780 currently.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) today announced the venue allocation criteria for the quarter-finals of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, which will be held from 14 February to 29 March.
The 25th annual Variety fundraising Bash is taking place in March and sadly one of its most enthusiastic participants will be missing.
Today prolific democracy campaigner and Victoria University academic Dr Sandra Grey takes up her position as president of the 10,000 strong Tertiary Education Union (TEU). Tertiary education is at the forefront of a battle to protect democracy in New Zealand says Grey.