KiwiRail

Govt not to blame: KiwiRail chairman

Govt not to blame: KiwiRail chairman

Kiwirail takes full responsibility for its partial closure of Hillside Engineering Workshops and the redundancy of 90 workers, board of directors chairman John Spencer says.

90 jobs to go in partial Hillside sale

90 jobs to go in partial Hillside sale

Nearly 90 workers face redundancy, with the news only part of Kiwirail's Hillside Workshop in Dunedin has been sold.

Mayor demands explanation after Auckland rail chaos

Auckland Mayor Len Brown has demanded an explanation from KiwiRail after two rail problems in little more than 12 hours caused commuter chaos.

Hillside sale announcement expected next week

Hillside sale announcement expected next week

Kiwirail is expected to announce a sale decision concerning its Hillside Engineering Workshops next week.

11 KiwiRail jobs to go in Dunedin; nine take redundancy

11 KiwiRail jobs to go in Dunedin; nine take redundancy

Just two of KiwiRail's Dunedin workers will be forced to take redundancy, as nine other infrastructure and engineering employees are voluntarily leaving the state-owned enterprise, the Otago Daily Times has been told.

KiwiRail set to confirm Southern job cuts

KiwiRail set to confirm Southern job cuts

Kiwirail management will meet staff in Dunedin today to deliver bad news about job cuts in its infrastructure and engineering division.

KiwiRail expected to give job-cut numbers today

KiwiRail expected to give job-cut numbers today

KiwiRail management is today expected to announce a final decision on the number of jobs it will cut, at a meeting with delegates of the Rail and Maritime Transport Union (RMTU) in Wellington.

KiwiRail slated over infected sleepers

KiwiRail slated over infected sleepers

Heads should roll at KiwiRail after the state-owned company imported wooden sleepers infested with fungi not found in New Zealand, minority party New Zealand First says.

KiwiRail: Flickers of hope amid tough calls

KiwiRail: Flickers of hope amid tough calls

KiwiRail's financial report for the year ended June showed glimmers of hope for an eventual turnaround in the rail network operator's fortunes, but chief executive Jim Quinn realises there is still a way to go.

Hillside workshops could be closed: KiwiRail report

Hillside workshops could be closed: KiwiRail report

Dunedin's Hillside Engineering Workshops will be closed if they are not sold, a KiwiRail report states, prompting a visit to the facility by Labour leader David Shearer.

Syndicate content