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Civic And Community Awards Are Back

Press Release – Kapiti Coast District Council

The Kpiti Coast Civic Awards paired with the Wellington Airport Regional Community Awards are back again to honour the outstanding people who make our neighbourhoods and communities the special places they are. Mayor K Gurunathan says that this years … Read more »

Dunne Speaks: Back To The Future Health Reforms?

Article – Peter Dunne

At first glance, there is a strong back to the future flavour to the governments just announced health sector reforms. National in the 1990s abolished elected area health boards and replaced them with a single national Health Funding Authority, … Read more »

Waikato Ranked Top 60 In The World For Research That Impacts Economic Growth And Reducing Inequality

Press Release – University of Waikato

The University of Waikato has been ranked in the top 60 universities in the world for research that supports economic growth and reducing inequality, as measured against the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. The results are part of the … Read more »

Alcohol Industry Supports Government’s Targeted Approach To Healthcare Reform

Press Release – Alcohol Beverages Council

The NZ Alcohol Beverages Council (NZABC) supports the Governments targeted approach to primary and community healthcare announced today by the Minister of Health, Hon. Andrew Little, in response to the Health and Disability System Review. The majority … Read more »

Public Consultation On Education And Training Changes

Press Release – Ministry of Education

The Ministry of Education is seeking public feedback on proposals to amend the current Education and Training Act 2020. Public consultation began today on eight proposed changes to the Act which include: how school board elections are run ensuring all … Read more »

Immigration Policy Review Won’t Address Bigger Picture

Press Release – EMA

The Productivity Commissions call for a revised immigration policy to better meet the skills demand in New Zealand provides the prompt for a much bigger piece of work about a population strategy. Read more »

UC Steers Through Hurdles Of Pandemic

Press Release – University of Canterbury

In a year full of extraordinary challenges, the University of Canterbury (UC) found opportunities, fast-forwarding plans to provide a more accessible, flexible education and contributing innovative research to help protect New Zealand from Covid-19. UCs … Read more »

TEU Welcomes SIT As The Tertiary Education Sector’s First Living Wage Employer

Press Release – Tertiary Education Union

Te Haut Kahurangi | Tertiary Education Union welcomes todays news that the board of Southern Institute Technology has decided to become a Living Wage employer. This means nobody who works for SIT or any businesses contracting to the institution … Read more »

Pulse Energy Partners With Asthma And Respiratory Foundation NZ To Help Kiwis Breathe Easier

Press Release – Asthma and Respiratory Foundation of New Zealand

On April 1, electricity retailer Pulse Energy became an official sponsor of Asthma and Respiratory Foundation NZ (ARFNZ) to help raise the awareness of respiratory disease in New Zealand and to help the 700,000 Kiwis living with respiratory disease … Read more »

DHL Express Female-led Operations Team Grows 46% In 5 Years

Press Release – DHL Express NZ

DHL Express, the worlds leading express service provider, has recorded a 46% increase in the number of female employees in its operations teams since 2016. Today, half of the operations team across New Zealand is made up of females in the traditionally … Read more »

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