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Government Announces Visa Changes for Temporary Workers in New Zealand

The Government has announced visa changes to allow temporary migrant workers in New Zealand to continue to fill labour shortages. Employers are still expected...

Plan Delivered for Hawke’s Bay’s Seasonal Labour Shortage

A comprehensive plan has been handed to the government to address the critical seasonal labour challenges being faced by the horticulture and viticulture sectors...

Producing The Goods – The Changing Face of the economy

Goods-producing industries made up about one-fifth of the New Zealand economy in 2019, second to service industries, which made up about two-thirds, Stats NZ...

Privacy Act 2020 Changes

Provided By Tom Hartley, EIT, and Hartley & Associates If you aren't aware, significant changes are coming to the Privacy Act on December 1, 2020....

Small business loan scheme extended to Dec 2023

The Government has announced some changes to the Small Business Cashflow (Loan) Scheme. No interest will be charged if the loan is repaid within...

Watch out for the return of trains on the Napier Wairoa railway line

We are writing to let you know that log trains on the railway line between Napier and Wairoa will be resuming on Saturday, 21st November. Trains will...

International Migration: September 2020

Impact of COVID-19 on international migration Since January 2020, governments have imposed international travel restrictions in multiple countries, due to the spread of COVID-19 around...

2020 Horticentre Horticulturalist of the Year – Field Day – Thursday 19 November 2020

The Napier Port Primary Sector Awards were hosted by the Hawke’s Bay A&P Society in October – one of the major awards is the...

Te Kupenga Results | Tatauranga Aotearoa Stats NZ’s Survey of Māori Wellbeing.

Te Kupenga is Tatauranga Aotearoa Stats NZ’s survey of Māori wellbeing. A post-censal survey of almost 8,500 adults (aged 15 years and over) of...