Trade Minister Todd McClay says the electronic-commerce arrangement signed with China today will help New Zealand’s digital exports rise up the value chain and has the potential to be a big win for the wider digital economy.
Sport and Recreation Minister Jonathan Coleman and Disability Issues Minister Nicky Wagner say the New Zealand Special Olympics team should be extremely proud of its outstanding results at the 2017 Special Olympics World Winter Games held in Graz, Austria.
Wellington’s arts and culture scene is to receive a half a million dollar boost, Mayor Justin Lester has announced.
Christchurch Art Gallery is excited to present Jealous Saboteurs – the first major survey exhibition of internationally acclaimed, New Zealand-born artist Francis Upritchard. A programme of free events is associated with this exhibition, including a floor-talk by the artist and MUMA director Charlotte Day (Saturday 25 March, 2.30pm) and a kids’ workshop (Saturday 25 March, 11.00am).
Prime Minister Bill English has today launched New Zealand’s updated trade strategy, Trade Agenda 2030, and reiterated the Government’s commitment to free trade.
Christchurch construction firm, Pioneer Construction, has been awarded the building contract for Just Cabins South Island operation.
Commercial rock lobster fishermen in the Bay of Plenty (CRA 2) fishery are refuting statements made recently by Scott Macindoe of LegaSea, who claimed that “there are no crayfish” along North Island’s east coast.
Fourteen team members of Agility CIS have shaved their head and raised $4,033.12 for Shave for a Cure, the signature fundraising event for Leukaemia and Blood Cancer New Zealand in Auckland.
Pure Start Organics provide only organic and natural based baby products in the belief that every child deserves to have a pure and gentle start in life. We are proud to say that all our fabric based products are made from 100% certified organic cotton ensuring the safest and softest material for babies.
Seating To Go is benefitting from improved staff collaboration following adoption of Lucidity’s cloud services including Microsoft Office 365.
GoShift is an initiative involving more than 20 councils, from Western Bay of Plenty to Nelson, which aims to make the building consents process simpler and faster. The councils involved are already using the new GoShift building consents application forms and the online service is the next stage in the initiative.
Three days of bargains await book lovers in the Dunedin City Library car park at the end of this month.
A national summit on family violence will be hosted by Justice Minister Amy Adams and Social Development Minister Anne Tolley in Wellington on June 7.
Auckland Airport has announced that it will carry out its own review of the events surrounding yesterday’s death of Aviation Security Service dog Grizz.
A solution to the digitally driven dating world that is evolving, Date With Eight is a brand new social networking company that provides opportunities for singles in Auckland to attend group dating in relaxed, social settings.
Entrepreneurship runs in the family for Tony and Alfred Lynch, the new owners of Central Otago’s Alpine Fencing business.
Many wonderful activities await Auckland families at this evironmental educational expo on 1st April 2017: hang out with your favourite Sticky TV presenters; navigate a bush walk to discover native bugs with Rudd Kleinpaste; plant seedlings in recycled materials; learn how to use left-over food; match packaged food to raw food; blend a smoothie with bicycle power; watch cooking demonstrations; support cultural performances; attend a recycled fashion show and learn all about what’s in your backyard at Eye on Nature.
Mayor of Dunedin Dave Cull says he’s extremely disappointed and saddened that Mondelēz International has confirmed it will close its Dunedin Cadbury factory.
Building and Construction Minister Dr Nick Smith has welcomed the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment’s (MBIE) Tenancy Compliance and Investigations Team’s first successful prosecution of a landlord for renting a substandard property, under the Government’s tenancy law reform passed last year.
Simon Furness, founder of online tyre fitting company Hyper Drive explains how he has changed the traditional tyre buying process to become an easy online purchase available throughout NZ and how online sales are up 300% on last year.