Meat and dairy plant operators have been targeted among new
energy-efficiency initiatives announced by the Government,
aimed at improving business productivity, saving money and
reducing carbon emissions.
Dunedin lawyer Sarah Simmers is officially ''hot''.
When Sonja Dobbie entered the North Otago district final of
the ANZ Young Farmer Contest, she did not expect to do well.
Forestry biotech company ArborGen has expanded its stable of
nurseries with the acquisition of Edendale Nursery in
Winter is shaping up to be a memorable season for Glenham
farmer Dean Rabbidge.
A former AgResearch principal scientist, who resigned over
its restructuring plan, says morale is bad and there is a
general sense among staff at the organisation of ''being very
Dairy prices have posted their biggest fall in a single
GlobalDairyTrade auction since April 2012.
Employment confidence has lifted to its highest level since
the recession and global financial crisis of 2008-09.
Frances Coles knows all about dealing with increasing
business administration demands.
When it comes to quirky workplaces, it is hard to look past
Immersion Marketing's Bond St headquarters.
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