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Archive for November, 2015

MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares mixed as Xero, FPH gains

Article – BusinessDesk

MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares mixed as Xero, Orion fall, F&P gains on earnings outlook Read more »

Last day of spring heats up central New Zealand

Press Release – MetService

The last weekend of spring brought warm temperatures to the North Island, with Napier getting the top temperature for a town or city of 29C on Saturday. Temperatures struggled a little in areas of the South Island, with Invercargill reaching its high of 14C … Read more »

Association supports Race Relations Commissioner

Press Release – NZ Indian Central Association

New Zealand Indian Central Association Incorporated is an oldest Apex body of Indians in New Zealand which has worked relentlessly for the last 90 years in fighting against the discriminations. Read more »

Affco, Meatworkers Union head for mediation

Article – Businesswire

Affco, Meatworkers Union head for mediation as meat company prepares to appeal Employment Court ruling Read more »

Progressive Meeting of Hawke’s Bay Councils

Press Release – Hawke’s Bay Regional Council

The Mayors and Chair of Hawkes Bays five councils, along with their Councillors and Chief Executives, met today to talk through a shared strategy for the future. Read more »

Government’s RealMe in doubt as Treasury calls for ‘pause’

Article – BusinessDesk

Nov. 30 (BusinessDesk) – The government’s RealMe project to give every New Zealander one log-in for all online government services is among several dozen major government initiatives attracting extra scrutiny from the Treasury, with recommendations that … Read more »

Police value strong academic partnerships

Press Release – New Zealand Police

Police has reviewed matters raised by Dr Jarrod Gilbert in relation to the research application made by the company Independent Research Solutions in 2014. Read more »

Motorists reminded to “check your speed”

Press Release – New Zealand Police

If youre driving, Police are reminding you to check your speed, as from Tuesday 1 December, the speed threshold reduces to 4km/hr through until the end of January. Read more »

Free Press 30th November

Column – ACT New Zealand

Free Press ACTs regular bulletin Politician of the Year The mysterious but often accurate Wellington politics publication trans-Tasman has named David Seymour politician of the year . We are not getting too carried away as David also won most improved … Read more »

Simple Teacher Planning Equation Stumps Ministers

Press Release – New Zealand First Party

Tracey Martin MP Spokesperson for Education 30 NOVEMBER 2015 Simple Teacher Planning Equation Stumps Ministers Read more »

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