Arguably, it has been countries retaining the monarchy that have sometimes acted in less democratically sensitive ways.
MIA Principal Technical Advisor Mark Stockdale says the HAPINZ report shows that more can be done to reduce harmful emissions from the current vehicle fleet. “The main problem is caused by emissions ...
Commenting on the partnership, Vanish spokesperson Rachel Bainbridge says: “We’re proud to support Dress For Success and its Recycle the Runway Fashion Show – an initiative that encourages people to ...
Establishing a Grocery Commissioner inside the Commerce Commission is a great move,” a spokesman says. “This shows very clearly just how serious the Government is about what’s been happening across ...
Consumer NZ welcomes the announcement that a Grocery Commissioner is set to be appointed, and the release of the consultation paper on the Grocery Code of Conduct. “This is one of many moving parts in ...
Hamilton City Council approved the location of Claudelands park alongside the concept designs and staging plan for the ...
Chris Aughton, CEO of EnviroNZ explains the company is embracing technology to solve their business challenges, “Safety is a ...
The new industry watchdog will be based in the Commerce Commission, and will help keep pressure on the grocery sector, by providing annual state-of-competition reviews. “Global factors continue to ...
One of the main factors in choosing an e-scooter or e-bike as an alternative to driving a car is the costs involved. While it may still make sense to own a car to use for longer trips – especially if ...
Provisional insurance claims data collected for the 20 May tornado affecting Taitoko Levin amount to $8.1 million across 807 claims comprising 532 domestic, 184 vehicle, 86 commercial, two business ...
Volunteers from the community group Repair Café Aotearoa NZ will deliver a petition to Minister for the Environment David Parker on Thursday 7 July, calling on the Government to set regulations for a ...
As government statistics show the unemployment rate remains around 3.2%, employers are in the media saying they can’t find employees, while employees take to social media to decry the lack of jobs or ...