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Eliminating plastic waste “doable but difficult” says Scion report

Scion recently released a report on how New Zealand might reach the objective of zero plastic waste. “It’s doable, but difficult, and will require aligned...

Property Brokers welcomes major player as it expands in Tauranga

Soon locals will see Property Brokers’ punchy branding and friendly local faces out in downtown Tauranga. Property Brokers is delighted to announce that as of...

NZ packhouse technology notches up firsts with asparagus producer

New Zealand fresh produce software provider Radford Software has onboarded leading Australian asparagus producer and distributor Raffa Fields to implement a packhouse system entirely...

Opotiki rangatahi – teens lead weekend Covid-19 effort

From last month weekend Rapid Antigen Tests (RATs) distribution in Opotiki was being led by three local rangatahi – Kanoa Rewiri (17), Trista Hudson...

New research reveals Kiwis look for bargains now more than ever

New research commissioned by The Warehouse reveals New Zealand is a nation of bargain hunters who love the feeling of finding a great deal...

No surprise a million Kiwi workers need more digital skills

It’s not that surprising to see New Zealand needs to upskill a million Kiwi workers with better digital skills, as covid has accelerated the...

Patchy price falls starting to appear across NZ suburbs

New Zealand’s housing market has reached a clear turning point, as stretched affordability, higher mortgage rates and reduced credit availability cause growth rates to...

Scion celebrates 75 years of forest science impact

Since it was established in 1947, the Forest Research Institute, which we now call Scion, has played a significant role in forest research for...

Directors’ Fees 2022 Commentary

2022 marks the 30th year of the annual publication of this survey, making it the longest running Directors' Fees survey in New Zealand. We...

Ballance award goes to Hawkes Bay Farmers

Evan and Linda Potter, of Central Hawke’s Bay hill country property, Waipapa, (sheep, beef and deer) are the new National Ambassadors for Sustainable Farming...

Generation Homes joins the Plunket national sponsorship family

Generation Homes is proud to announce it has joined the Whānau Āwhina Plunket family of sponsors. “Generation Homes’ purpose is to build homes for generations...

Kiwifruit industry hunts high and low for staff

Visa holders who may not have considered seasonal work as an option are among those being targeted by the kiwifruit sector as it scrambles...

Trustpower Baypark – we make it happen

Moving into Orange for Easter was a tremendous boost for Trustpower Baypark. Just in time for Speedway and the end of season Fireworks Display...

A Solution to Skills Shortages

Skilled British Workers - The Fast Track Way to Recruit from the UK With closed borders for the last couple of years to all but...

Eastern Bay powers up project to grow mussel spat

The Eastern Bay of Plenty has been making steady economic progress in recent years with GDP up over 10 percent in Whakatane in the...

LawVu hits the trifecta for funding

It has been three in a row for Tauranga based software company LawVu with the company recently completing a $17 million capital fund raising...

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