New Zealand’s big Australian-owned banks are making more out of their Kiwi customers than their Aussie customers, according to a report in the New Zealand Herald.
While Zita Smith may have stars in her eyes, the Loss Prevention Officer at The Warehouse Napier also has her feet firmly planted in the ground of her community.
Redundancies are hitting the waste and recycle industry, with job losses at Transpacific’s recycling plant in Lower Hutt.
The Huttons/Kiwi Bacon brand of meat products , icons of the traditional Kiwi breakfast, is closing its gates with the loss of some 125 jobs.
Christian World Service has launched an appeal for the Solomon Islands after massive flooding caused extensive damage in Honiara and the province of Guadacanal, with the loss of 19 lives.
The election was announced last week, and its been good to see some policies released already.
Our union will be paying close attention to issues for workers in our five sectors - retail, transport & logistics, finance, textiles and wood.
“Yes, there is growth in the economy, but the big question now is who will benefit from it”, says Council of Trade Unions Economist Bill Rosenberg.
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