TeamTalk’s transformation delivers strong annual result: Profit after tax $5.12 million TeamTalk Limited (NZX: TTK), the publicly listed telecommunications services provider today announced its annual result for the financial year ended 30 June 2017. Profit after tax was $5.12m, following a loss of $1.31m for the prior year. TeamTalk&r... Keep Reading
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NZ Construction Industry forecasts sustainable growth Over half of New Zealand's building industry workers can expect a salary increase of up to 5% in the year ahead, according to the 2017 Hays Construction & NZIOB (New Zealand Institute of Building) Salary Guide. Released today, the Guide also shows that the construction sector has expe... Keep Reading
NZIOB says a growing construction sector provides great career opportunities The New Zealand Institute of Building (NZIOB) has welcomed the release of the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment (MBIE) sponsored ‘National Construction Pipeline Report 2017’ and its companion ‘Future demand for construction workers&rsqu... Keep Reading
Rethinking Men’s Mental Health: a few blokes, a bar & better health Five members of the Ancestral Health Society of NZ (AHSNZ) including a nutritionist, sociologist, men’s group presenter, psychologist, and naturopath, are giving talks on men’s mental health at the Mac’s Function Centre in Wellington on Saturday, 1... Keep Reading
Medical aid in dying (MAID) is going to come and Palliative Care organisations in New Zealand need to start taking their heads out of the sand and join forces in establishing a good integrated system for end-of-life care to benefit terminally ill patients, retired intensive care specialist Dr Jack Havill, of Hamilton, said Monday. “After... Keep Reading
Research conducted in the UK provides evidence that participating in the arts improves quality of life, aids recovery from illness and saves money across the health and social services, says Richard Benge, Executive Director, Arts Access Aotearoa. Keep Reading
Cowardly Committee Report on assisted dying POSTED: 3 August 2017 The health select committee’s failure to make recommendations after its two-year inquiry into medically-assisted dying was cowardly and a wasted opportunity, Maryan Street, President of the End-of-Life Choice Society, said Thursday. She compared its report, tabled on We... Keep Reading
Tommy’s Real Estate, Wellington’s leading real estate agency, says that a shortage of properties for sale has resulted in an increase in unconditional offers and intense competition for the reduced number of listings. Tommy’s City Office signed 40 sales during July. Tommy’s managing director David Platt says, “July is traditionally... Keep Reading
Dr Lance Lawler joins the Research For Life Board Dr Lance Lawler, the founder and former chief executive of Pacific Radiology Group, has accepted an invitation to join the Research for Life board. Research For Life’s president Prof. John Nacey said, “Lance is a Diagnostic and Interventional Radiologist with special interests in ... Keep Reading
Drawing is certainly alive and well in New Zealand with a high standard of entries received for the 2017 Parkin Drawing Award. The competition attracted an impressive 502 entries, of which 84 have been selected for the short-list. The national drawing competition, attracting a major prize of $20,000, was launched by philanthropist and arts... Keep Reading
The Court Theatre’s focus on working with communities and opening its doors to new, diverse audiences in Christchurch was recognised in Parliament tonight (subs: 6pm 4 July) when it received the Arts Access Creative New Zealand Arts for All Award 2017. Keep Reading
A programme where women prisoners read and record stories for their children and grandchildren and a Christchurch prison leading the way in its use of the arts as a rehabilitative tool, have been acknowledged at the 2017 Arts Access Awards Keep Reading
A performing artist who has returned home to New Zealand after many years dancing with a renowned dance company in California, a partnership that resulted in a large tape art mural in central Wellington, a creative space providing a pathway from isolation to social inclusion, and leadership in delivering arts programmes in prisons were... Keep Reading
Tommy’s says Wellington housing market remains robust Tommy’s Real Estate, Wellington’s leading real estate agency, says that despite reports that the Wellington housing market was running out of steam, Tommy’s signed 76 sales during June. Tommy’s managing director David Platt says, “June is traditionally ... Keep Reading
Lyndal Cruickshank Brunt joins Plus4 Insurance Group Plus4 Insurance Solutions (Plus4), the national insurance advisory and financial services group, today announced that Lyndal Cruickshank Brunt, a Registered Financial Adviser based in Queenstown has joined the group. Lyndal began her financial services career in 1987 in the fire and gener... Keep Reading