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Archive for June, 2016

Mapua Investment provides lessons for the Council

Press Release – Tasman District Council

The Tasman District Council will fund the extra costs associated with work at the Mapua Wharf precinct through income from its commercial activities and by bringing forward next years budget for landscaping at the wharf. Read more »

UnitedFuture Supported Government Gives More Back

Press Release – United Future NZ Party

UnitedFuture is giving more back to New Zealanders as Budget measures begin to take effect. Read more »

Whānau Ora delivering positive outcomes

Press Release – Pasifika Futures Limited

Pasifika Futures is pleased with the results of tracking Whnau Ora outcomes leading up to the third year of commissioning work. Read more »

Whānau Ora critics get it wrong

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Whnau Ora Minister Te Ururoa Flavell at Parliament today slammed erroneous claims that Whnau Ora was not accountable and was not achieving. Read more »

Questions & Answers – 30 June 2016

Press Release – Office of the Clerk

1. Hon ANNETTE KING (Deputy LeaderLabour) to the Minister of Health : What reports, if any, has he received on the impact of homelessness, inequality, and natural disasters on the mental health of New Zealanders? Read more »

Whanau Ora Cash-Cow Rumbles On Unchecked

Press Release – New Zealand First Party

The public of New Zealand have been waiting for one detailed, independent economic analysis on Whanau Ora since July 2014, and they will have to keep waiting, says New Zealand First. Read more »

Outward Bound Low Impact Course Scholarships Available

Press Release – Outward Bound

Outward Bound has scholarships worth over $2,030 available for its low-impact Aspire eight-day course starting on 10 September 2016. The Aspire course is suitable for anyone over 27 with a mild physical limitation such as a back injury, early MS or … Read more »

Labour market action needed to ensure Upper NI growth

Press Release – Waikato Regional Council

Co-ordinated action is needed to ensure that the right amounts and kinds of workers are available to support growth in the key economic powerhouse of the Upper North Island, says a new report. Read more »

Poroporoaki for Burwood Birthing Unit

Press Release – Canterbury District Health Board

A poroporoaki* is being held this afternoon in acknowledgement of the closure of Burwood Birthing Unit, which officially shuts its doors today after 70 years serving Canterbury families. Read more »

E Tu union, manufacturers to meet next month

Article – BusinessDesk

June 30 (BusinessDesk) – E Tu union leaders and manufacturing representatives will pick-up talks next month in a cross-employer collective agreement spanning 600 workers and more than 80 firms. Read more »

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