Diplomatic support for New Zealanders in jail or hospital
overseas might end, with private-sector companies hired to
provide those services under plans to reduce costs at the
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
Oceana Gold is seeking 100 new recruits for its Macraes and
Reefton mining operations, as it pursues resource consents to
extend the life of its East Otago gold mine.
Dunedin students will be lining up for a chance of landing a
sexy summer job this week.
Good keen men - they're hard to find for a physical, outdoor
job, and logging contactor Bill Winmill puts that down to the
way young people are being brought up.
Nearly 2000 people have applied for about 100 jobs at the
soon-to-be-opened Bunnings Warehouse in Dunedin.
Two programmes aimed at keeping young people and the
unemployed in work were extended in the Budget.
Domestic purposes benefit recipient Catherine Miller
understands the Government's push for mothers on the DPB to
get back to work and not have them "sitting around".
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