Otago Daily Times: Business News

Employers' breaches to face firmer enforcement

Employers' breaches to face firmer enforcement

Bad employers will face harsher penalties as Workplace Relations and Safety Minister Michael Woodhouse moves to strengthen the enforcement of minimum employment standards.

Initial earthworks begin for Emerson's project

Initial earthworks begin for Emerson's project

Work is under way on Emerson's Brewery new redevelopment, worth up to $6 million, in Dunedin after earthworks began on the Anzac Ave site this week.

Volatile NZ dollar makes wool buyers think twice

Volatile NZ dollar makes wool buyers think twice

Prices for most wool types finished cheaper at this week's South Island wool sale, particularly 34 and 35 micron ewe wool and 32 micron lambs wool.

Education best to control corruption

Education best to control corruption

Educating staff about what to look for was a key weapon in the battle against public and private-sector bribery and corruption, Deloitte Forensic associate director David Seath said yesterday.

Household debt of concern

Escalating household debt in New Zealand is beginning to pose risks to the wider economy and has prompted a warning from the Reserve Bank.

ODT/directory - Local Businesses

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Countdown FoodmarketDunedinSupermarkets
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Fortune TheatreDunedinTheatres
Craig Scoullar Electrical LtdDunedinElectricians
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