Cyber security professionals in high demand

Cyber security professionals are in high demand globally and New Zealand companies are struggling to find people with the right skills.   NZTech... Read More

Less drug harm being seen at summer festivals

Members of harm prevention services are saying that they are seeing a promising start to the summer festival season. Music festivals across the country... Read More

Record year for new vehicle sales - MIA

The Motor Industry Association is reporting record sales for new vehicles in 2021. Chief Executive David Crawford says that there were 12,097 sales... Read More

What‘s going on with the price of tomatoes?

If you’re buying tomatoes for your summer salads, be prepared to pay a little extra. While tomatoes were, on average, $3.99 a kilogram in November... Read More

Aus fund manager buys NZ care home portfolio

Australian property fund manager Centuria has bought a portfolio of New Zealand aged care homes as it looks to expand its presence in the sector. It... Read More

Air New Zealand cancels about 120 flights

Air New Zealand has cancelled about 120 flights after the government announced there would be a delay to the phased reopening of international borders. Previously,... Read More

Blueberry prices set to drop before Christmas

The harvest for New Zealand blueberry varieties has now begun and growers are encouraging Kiwis to buy them as larger volumes come to market, with prices... Read More

CEO’s grim warning as NZ manages global urea chaos

The Ministry of Transport says New Zealand is well positioned to navigate the global shortage in diesel exhaust additive, caused by the restricted export... Read More

Government‘s $1.34m hemp funding

New Government funding will help a New Zealand hemp fibre company explore untapped opportunities – from soft flooring to food packaging that’s... Read More

Final hurdle clear for Trustpower retail sale

A High Court ruling has cleared the way for Trustpower to complete the sale of its retail arm to Mercury Energy. A restructure of the Tauranga Energy... Read More

Border exceptions announced for some workers

Hundreds of specialist tech workers and some agricultural workers will be allowed to travel to New Zealand under new border exception rules. Software... Read More

Roadmap launched to grow NZ’s robotics industry

With robotics and automation set to replace 46 per cent of day jobs by 2040, a new national strategy has been launched to grow the New Zealand sector... Read More

NZFS to investigate sugar recalls

New Zealand Food Safety is investigating following a further recall of about 8000 packets of Woolworths raw sugar from Countdown supermarkets nationwide... Read More

Festival of flavours on the menu

The Bay of Plenty coastline will host its first Flavours of Plenty Festival in April next year, showcasing the cuisine and creativity associated with... Read More

How healthy or unhealthy is your combo meal?

People don’t expect fast-food “combo” meals to be healthy eating, but new research shows just how bad they can be. Nutrition experts... Read More