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Kathryn Beck New Zealand Law Society President-Elect

Press Release – New Zealand Law Society

MEDIA RELEASE – For immediate use, 30 October 2015

Kathryn Beck New Zealand Law Society President-Elect Read more »

Air Bandits Reunite at Wanaka

Press Release – Warbirds Over Wanaka

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CORRECT: Fonterra appoints Clinton Dines to board

Article – BusinessDesk

CORRECT: Fonterra appoints Clinton Dines to replace Ralph Norris on board

(Corrects name of new director to Clinton Dines in first paragraph, headline)
By Suze Metherell Read more »

Zonta International Women in Business Scholarship

Press Release – Zonta International

30 October 2015

Young Christchurch woman, Kathryn Keir, studying at Auckland University, has been named the recipient of a prestigious Zonta International Jane M Klausman Women in Business Scholarship for 2015. Read more »

Summer on Queens returns to Queens Wharf

Press Release – Panuku Development Auckland

Summer on Queens returns to Queens Wharf

Summer on Queens returns for another stellar season now into its fourth year, Summer on Queens is set to transform Queens Wharf once again into an outdoor hub of free activities kicking off in November and running through to April 2016. Read more »

Building consents top 26,000

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Hon Dr Nick Smith

Minister for Building and Housing
30 October 2015 Media Statement

Building consents top 26,000 Read more »

Mouldy south Auckland homes show WoF needed now

Press Release – Green Party

Mouldy south Auckland homes show WoF needed now

The Government must adopt a full rental housing warrant of fitness to prevent more New Zealanders from dying and falling ill from living in cold, damp, mouldy homes, the Green Party said today. Read more »

The future of the horticultural industry?

Press Release – Royal NZ Institute of Horticulture Education Trust

Could drones, apps and electrical tape measures feature in the future of the horticultural industry?

Kiwi ingenuity is alive and well and at its cutting edge best in the local horticultural industry as some startlingly innovative ideas – featuring everything from apps to drones – have begun to emerge from the innovation leg of this year’s Young Horticulturist of the Year Competition’. Read more »

The problem with capitalism

Press Release – Wellington Buddhist Centre

The problem with capitalism
A British Buddhist author and former trade unionist is visiting New Zealand to discuss the pitfalls of capitalism and its effect on our world. Read more »

Silo Park Season 5 to celebrate people, stories of Auckland

Press Release – Silo Park

Silo Park Season 5 set to celebrate the people and stories of Auckland

Auckland is Aotearoa’s most culturally diverse city, home to people of many cultures and walks of life. The rich tapestry that makes up the fabric of Tāmaki Makaurau involves limitless threads of history, ambition and interest. Read more »

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