Wednesday, 23 October 2019

Latest News

  • Kevin Jennings Resigns as Executive Manager at Film Otago

    09:35 | 23/10/19
    The Chair of Film Otago Southland (FOS), Michael Hesp, announced today that Kevin Jennings, ‘KJ’, has resigned as Executive Manager effective 31 December 2019.  more»
  • Plus4 adds one more in Wellington

    08:58 | 23/10/19
    Plus4 Insurance Solutions ( Plus4 ), the national insurance advisory and financial services group, today announced that Wellington adviser Calum MacLeod has joined the group. Calum established his own company Policywise in late 2017, having identified ... more»
  • NZICC fire

    08:57 | 23/10/19
    Auckland, 23 October 2019: On 22 October 2019 a significant fire started at the Fletcher Building Limited (“Fletcher Building”) construction site of the New Zealand International Convention Centre. All Fletcher Construction Company staff ... more»
  • New era for Air New Zealand’s International Network

    08:27 | 23/10/19
    Air New Zealand is accelerating its ambitions for North America and will launch a non-stop service between Auckland and New York using its 787-9 Dreamliner in October 2020. To direct capacity to faster-growing markets, the airline has also made the ... more»
  • ERA Hiking Employee Awards

    17:34 | 22/10/19
    Recent Employment Relations Authority (ERA) cases have amply demonstrated the state of the nation with respect to employee awards for poor terminations.  more»
  • NZ company fined NZ$36,000 for unsolicited messages

    17:28 | 22/10/19
    The New Zealand Trustees Association (NZTA) and founder, Errol Anderson, have been fined a total penalty of NZ$ 44,000 in the Auckland High Court for sending unsolicited commercial electronic messages. NZTA is required to pay NZ$ 36,000, while Mr. Anderson ... more»
  • Female-dominated jobs more susceptible to automation

    16:30 | 22/10/19
    Female-dominated occupations are more vulnerable to automation, which could further widen the gender pay gap, warns recruiting experts Hays.  more»
  • Supported employers key to trades training review says MTA

    16:16 | 22/10/19
    The Motor Trade Association says the current review of vocational education will only succeed if it delivers the right support for employer-teachers and workplace classrooms. While welcoming yesterday’s announcement that the Government has allocated ... more»
  • Hotel management students receive boost from industry

    16:02 | 22/10/19
    The scholarships were on offer to young New Zealanders entering their final year of degree study in hotel management.  more»
  • Airways NZ’s simulation technology bound for Malaysia

    14:49 | 22/10/19
    Airways International Ltd is pleased to announce it has partnered with International Aeradio Ltd (IAL) to provide a turnkey tower simulator solution based on its TotalControl simulation technology for air traffic control training at Malaysia’s Mukah Airport. more»
  • Fidelity Life reports solid result

    14:21 | 22/10/19
    Fidelity Life, New Zealand’s largest locally owned and operated life insurer and two-time ANZIIF New Zealand Life Insurance Company of the Year, has reported a solid result for the 2019 financial year as it steps up its customer-focused transformation. more»
  • Super Liquor pleased with Employment Court ruling

    14:04 | 22/10/19
    Campbell McMahon, Chief Executive of Super Liquor Holdings Limited said he is pleased with the ruling of the Employment Court against former franchisees P & K Parihar for historic breaches of employment law over a number of years at two Super Liquor ... more»
  • S&P Dow Jones Indices Launches Skim Milk Powder Index

    13:37 | 22/10/19
    WELLINGTON, OCTOBER 22, 2019:  S&P Dow Jones Indices (“S&P DJI”), the world’s leading index provider, announced today the launch of the  S&P GSCI Skim Milk Powder , the latest in a series of single commodity indices based ... more»
  • Focus on Centreport Regeneration Now Insurance Finalised

    13:20 | 22/10/19
    The regeneration of CentrePort has taken a major step forward with the finalisation of one of the largest insurance claims in New Zealand. Nearly three years after the November 14 Kaikoura Earthquake caused major damage, CentrePort has finalised the ... more»
  • Staff Exploitation Unacceptable – Retail NZ

    13:14 | 22/10/19
    Retail NZ says most retailers and franchise owners do their best to comply with employment laws, and it’s unacceptable for franchise business owners to exploit their staff. The comments come following today’s Employment Court decision in relation to the ... more»
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