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Archive for April, 2016

International Belly Dancers raise money for women’s shelters

Press Release – Phoenix Belly Dance

International Belly Dancers raise money for women’s shelters Local dancers and dance school, Phoenix Belly Dance, will be performing around Auckland on International Belly Dance day to raise funds for the North Shore Women’s Centre. Read more »

EDS questions motivation of fisheries companies

Press Release – Environmental Defence Society

The Environmental Defence Society has responded to the media release and High Court proceedings filed today by the Fishing Industry Association and a number of fishing companies challenging the proposed Kermadec Ocean Sanctuary. Read more »

Te Ara Whakaata at the Geoff Wilson Gallery

Press Release – Geoff Wilson Gallery

Artist Names: Gabrielle Belz Keatley Te Moananui Hopkins Alexis Neal Natalie Couch Vanessa Wairata Edwards Faith McManus Simon Kaan Jasmine Horton Maude Cook Davies Read more »

New Visa opens doors for entrepreneurs in the Region

Press Release – Nelson Regional EDA

The new Global Impact Visa (GIV), announced today by the Ministry of Immigration, Michael Woodhouse, will be of great value to region’s like Nelson. Read more »

Fishing industry legal challenge a step too far

Press Release – Green Party

The Green Party is calling the fishing industrys legal challenge against the Kermadec Sanctuary self-serving and a step too far. Read more »

Brits should register to vote in EU Referendum

Press Release – British High Commission

On the 23rd of June 2016, the United Kingdom will vote to either remain inside or to leave the European Union. Read more »

Immunisation Week targets immunisation during pregnancy

Press Release – Canterbury District Health Board

Canterbury is celebrating Immunisation Week next week (May 2-8) with the rest of New Zealands key theme of protecting baby starts in pregnancy. Read more »

New King Tawhiao Sign for Taumarunui Northern Entrance

Press Release – Ruapehu District Council

Anyone wanting a last minute photo of the King Tawhiao sign at the northern entrance to Taumarunui needs to take it over the weekend as weather permitting it will be coming down on Monday (2 May) to make way for a new one. Read more »

New Law Salaried Staff Have To Now Clock In

Press Release – Small Business Voice

New employment law introduced a few weeks ago has imposed more hardship on the workplace says Max Whitehead CEO of the Small Business Voice. Read more »

New hotel promenade creates an additional walking loop

Press Release – Panuku Development Auckland

Pedestrians will soon be able to stroll around the entire waterfront edge of the Viaduct Basin thanks to a new promenade being delivered as part of a five star hotel development. Read more »

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