Archive for July, 2021

Is This The Turning Point Of New Zealand’s Property Market?

Article – Property and Build

CoreLogic’s quarterly market report indicates that the market is close to – or at – a turning point, Chief Property Economist Kelvin Davidson explains. Read more »

Kiwi Wallets Are Being Squeezed As Cost Of Living Rises

Press Release – New Zealand National Party

The latest household living costs reveal Labours ill-thought through policies are hitting New Zealand’s most vulnerable the most, who are seeing more and more of their pay packets eaten up by basic day to day living costs, National’s Shadow Treasurer Andrew Bayly says. Read more »

No Community Cases; 5 New Cases Of COVID-19 In Managed Isolation

Press Release – Ministry of Health

There are no cases of COVID-19 to report in the community today.

There are five new cases of COVID-19 to report today in recent returnees in managed isolation facilities. Read more »

Beautification Trust Gives Massive Support Boost To Empower South And East Auckland Communities

Press Release – The Beautification Trust

The Beautification Trust has launched four new initiatives to help empower South and East Auckland communities to lead their own successful environmental and sustainability projects. Read more »

Watercare Water Supply Update: 29 July

Press Release – Watercare

Rainfall:

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Talent Crisis – Over 6,000 Roles Needed

Press Release – Auckland Business Chamber

An Auckland Business Chamber survey of over 1000 companies reveals a desperate need for skills at all levels and a change to the environment that has businesses poaching talent from each other. Read more »

Pasifika Researchers Collaborate In First Cross-sectoral Pacific Child Wellbeing Study

Press Release – Moana Research

A collaboration of Pacific experts across a range of disciplines focused on children’s health & development has been awarded a Health Research Council Pacific Health Project grant of $1.17m to explore a cross-sectoral approach to measuring and improving child wellbeing. Read more »

Interactive Media And Game Studios Attract Private Capital Interest

Press Release – NZ Private Capital Association

New Zealand investors are taking a shine to games software development, according to NZ Private Capital Executive Director Colin McKinnon. Read more »

AIA Admits False And Misleading Representations To Customers In FMA Fair-dealing Proceedings

Press Release – Financial Markets Authority

Life insurer AIA has admitted making false and/or misleading representations to customers in proceedings brought by the Financial Markets Authority (FMA) – Te Mana Tātai Hokohoko. Read more »

Ryman Annual Meeting 2021 – Record Quarter And Expansion Continues

Press Release – Ryman Healthcare

Ryman Healthcare has had a record start to the year and has announced the purchase of a large new retirement village site in Melbourne. Read more »

Supermarket Competition ‘not Working Well’ For Kiwis – Expert Reaction

Press Release – Science Media Centre

A draft report released by the Commerce Commission says New Zealand’s supermarket sector is a ‘duopoly’, with other grocery stores largely unable to compete on price.

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Cure Kids Showcases Latest Breakthroughs In Child Health Research To Mark Red Nose Day And 50th Anniversary

Press Release – Cure Kids

In 2021, the Red Nose Day appeal coincides with a significant milestone in Cure Kids’ history, celebrating 50 years of the charity supporting health research to transform the lives of children in New Zealand and the Pacific Islands. Read more »

Entrust Dividend Recipients Reminded To Check Their Details

Press Release – Entrust

Time is running out for people in the Entrust District to post back their payment preference forms for the Entrust dividend. Read more »

The Ring Around Jacinda – The March Of Migrants – MaskOrRaid

Press Release – Migrant Workers Association

Join us to celebrate the deliverance of long overdue apology for the dawn raids.

Back in the 1970s many migrants from the Pacific Islands were deported from New Zealand, after being used as cheap labour for a long time. Read more »

NZ Tech Team Challenges World To Give Racism The Boot On Twitter

Press Release – Areto Labs

Areto Labs launches campaign to combat football racism using a “fanbot” for good

Tech start-up and social enterprise, Read more »

Ti Rakau Drive Re-opened Following Fire – Counties Manukau

Press Release – New Zealand Police

July 28

Ti Rakau Drive has re-opened following an earlier fire.

Police and Fire and Emergency NZ staff remain at the scene. Read more »

Line-up Announced For Te Tairāwhiti Arts Festival 2021

Press Release – Te Tairawhiti Arts Festival

THE BELOVED FESTIVAL, WHICH CELEBRATES THE CREATIVE EAST COAST, OPENS 8-17 OCTOBER

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Road closed due to fire – Ti Rakau Drive – Counties Manukau

Press Release – New Zealand Police

Police are assisting Fire and Emergency NZ at a building fire on Ti Rakau
Drive, Burswood.

Police were notified at about 5:00pm and are assisting with traffic control. Read more »

Police Lay Charges Over Alleged Fraud Offending Across Auckland

Press Release – New Zealand Police

Detective Senior Sergeant Mike Frost, Waitematā West 
CIB:

Waitematā Police have arrested and charged an alleged prolific fraudster for 
a raft of offending across Auckland. Read more »

Scaffolding Shrink Wrapping – The Secret To Construction Projects Beating NZ’s Unpredictable Weather

Press Release – South Pacific Scaffolding

A successful construction project is made up of many moving parts. From conceptual design, to earth, pvomg, laying a concrete slab, completion, and all the stages in between, a successful project really is a Rube Goldberg contraption. Read more »

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