Airports from around New Zealand met in Auckland today for the inaugural Regional Airport Summit, to discuss the role of airports in lifting regional prosperity. “New Zealand’s regional airport ...
FANZ is over the moon to share the news just announced by the Minister of Immigration the Hon Erica Stanford, that the franchisee additional criteria for accreditation requirements are to be removed ...
Tracey Cotter-Martin of Datacom is the new Chair of AUT’s Computer and Mathematical Sciences Industry Advisory Board. Cotter-Martin, who is Associate Director: Futures and Insights at Datacom, joined ...
I am seeking a commitment from Fire and Emergency NZ (FENZ) to cost savings where appropriate to keep levies affordable for New Zealand households and businesses,” Internal Affairs Minister Hon Brooke ...
Rebuilding New Zealand’s economy will rely on the valuable agricultural sector working sustainably towards our climate change goals. Today, the Climate Change and Agriculture Ministers announced that ...
Immediate changes to the Accredited Employer Worker Visa (AEWV) scheme will ensure New Zealand is attracting the skills it needs, and reducing the vulnerability of migrants to exploitation, ...
Ensuring immigration settings are aligned to current labour market and economic conditions is a sensible move, says BusinessNZ CEO Kirk Hope. “The immigration system needs to recognise international ...
The Government’s plan to make overseas building products easier to access is welcome progress in cutting construction red tape, says industry body Master Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers NZ.
Space Minister Judith Collins will speak at the Space Symposium in the United States next week, promoting New Zealand’s rapidly growing place in the sector as we work to rebuild the economy. “As one ...
Secondary principals and teachers agree with significant changes, announced by the Minister of Education today, to the timeline for implementation of new NCEA Levels 2 and 3 qualifications. “Delaying ...
Invercargill City Council is celebrating the completion of four new energy-efficient housing units in the city this week. The new units, built in Stirrat St, were constructed as part of Council’s long ...
Council is considering the implications of local government minister Simeon Brown’s announcement around a proposed Bill to restore binding polls on Māori ward decisions for Kāpiti Coast District ...