Archive for June, 2015

Serious collision – bus v pedestrian: Vincent St, Auckland

Press Release – New Zealand Police

Serious collision – bus v pedestrian. – Vincent St, Auckland – Auckland City

Police and emergency services are examining the scene of a bus v pedestrian collision in Vincent St, Auckland. Read more »

Project NZ: Telling Good Stories for business success

Press Release – Sustainable Busniess Network

Project NZ: Telling Good Stories for business success

Businesses will have the opportunity to learn how to effectively communicate their sustainability progress, both to their markets and internal teams, at the Project NZ: Telling Good Stories conference at AUT University, Auckland on 3rd September. Read more »

UNFPA Pacific shares lessons with New Zealand

Press Release – UNFPA

UNFPA Pacific shares lessons with New Zealand Parliamentarians: Engaging boys and men in sexual and reproductive health and rights work Read more »

Rezoning application land goes on the market for sale

Press Release – Bayley’s Real Estate

Rezoning application land goes on the market for sale

The first sizeable chunk of Pukekohe land potentially being rezoned from a Future Urban Zone to a Residential/Business/Light Industrial Zone under the Proposed Auckland Unitary Plan has been placed on the market for sale. Read more »

Kiwi Chinese Contributions to New Zealand

Press Release – NZ Chinese Association

Kiwi Chinese Contributions to New Zealand

The Chinese have been in New Zealand since the early 1850’s and have contributed much to its economy and way of life. Read more »

Meng Foon Elected as NZCA National President

Press Release – NZ Chinese Association

Meng Foon Elected as NZCA National President

At the New Zealand Chinese Association’s (NZCA) annual conference last weekend, Meng Foon was elected as its new national president. Mr Foon is also the current mayor of Gisborne. Read more »

Questions and Answers – June 30

Press Release – Office of the Clerk

Questions to Ministers

Economic Growth—Dividends for Families

1. ANDREW BAYLY (National—Hunua) to the Minister of Finance : What Budget policies will soon take effect and help to distribute dividends from the growing economy to New Zealand families? Read more »

State highway strategy needed beyond three years

Press Release – NZ Council for Infrastructure Development

State highway strategy needed beyond three years

Media Statement
30 June 2015

“A ‘no surprises’ National Land Transport Programme maintains the Government’s momentum in the transport sector for the next three years, Read more »

Sam Hunt, the wine

Press Release – La Cantina

Sam Hunt, the wine

New Zealand’s favourite poet Sam Hunt has partnered with fine wine distributor and retailer La Cantina Wines to launch the Sam Huntrange of wines. Read more »

The Green Man is here to help pedestrians

Press Release – Auckland Transport

The Green Man is here to help pedestrians

If a Green Man holds your hand while crossing an intersection in Auckland’s CBD, don’t be alarmed. He’s there to help you keep safe and to emphasise the green man featured in the pedestrian “cross now” light. Read more »

Historic stately homestead goes on the market for sale

Press Release – Bayleys

Historic stately homestead goes on the market for sale

One of Auckland’s most historic homes – tracing its heritage back some 137 years to the early colonisation of the city – has been placed on the market for sale. Read more »

Rebounding property market fortunes sparks management buy-in

Press Release – Bayleys

Rebounding property market fortunes sparks management buy-in at leading real estate agency

The ever-improving fortunes of Northland’s property markets have seen a senior manager at the region’s leading real estate agency buy a sizeable shareholding in the company. Read more »

Groser’s attack shows criticism of TPPA is hitting home

Press Release – Professor Jane Kelsey

30 June 2015

For immediate release

Minister Groser’s attack shows criticism of TPPA is hitting home
‘When the minister of trade feels it necessary to publicly attack critics of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement with such vitriol, Read more »

Air New Zealand adds further Wellington flights this weekend

Press Release – Air New Zealand

Air New Zealand adds further Wellington flights this weekend

Air New Zealand has announced it will operate even more flights to the capital this weekend with additional services to and from both Auckland and Christchurch adding more than 250 seats for rugby fans. Read more »

Beware of website offering Government grants

Press Release – Commerce Commission

Beware of website offering Government grants and funding to businesses

The Commerce Commission is warning start-up and small businesses to beware of an organisation called New Zealand Small Business Assistance Centre (NZSBAC) that is offering access to government grants. Read more »

Opportunities aplenty for savvy investors in new NAI

Press Release – Harcourts

Opportunities aplenty for savvy investors in new NAI Harcourts’ portfolio

NAI Harcourts has released its second Key Assets portfolio for 2015, which includes more than 50 commercial properties and businesses for sale and lease. Read more »

Speedway and trams enter Kilbirnie Streets again

Press Release – Wellington City Council

MEDIA RELEASE
30 June

Speedway and trams enter Kilbirnie Streets again
Sheyne Tuffery’s latest mural project, at Coutts Street, recalls Kilbirnie’s history in a series of colourful, contemporary images that are playful and informative. Read more »

Upcoming Exhibition And Performance Experience

Press Release – Lot 23

Upcoming Exhibition And Performance Experience

Chris Olwage, a semi-finalist on New Zealands Got Talent as a ballet dancing gender bending performer, was our very own Mr Gay New Zealand and then later on Mr Gay World 2013. Read more »

Road Contractors Destroy Endangered Natives at Waipoua

Press Release – Waipauo Forest Trust

Road Contractors Destroy Endangered Natives at Waipoua

The New Zealand Transport Authority has put the giant kauri of Waipoua Forest under threat due to its mismanagement of State Highway 12 through the Waipoua Forest Sanctuary, according to a report delivered to the NZTA by the Waipoua Forest Trust. Read more »

Massey University celebrates Māori Language month

Press Release – Massey University

Massey University celebrates Māori Language month

From left, Kaihautu Māori Sheeanda Field with Senior Māori advisor Jacob Tapiata demonstrate the Māori scrabble game. Photo: MASSEY UNIVERSITY
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