The Clutha Development Trust is encouraging and supporting job generation, wealth creation and economic success - across all levels of society and at all skill levels - in our part of New Zealand, writes Rob Hewett.
Stand Up Otago
Dunedin North MP David Clark challenges Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce over concerns that planned job cuts at Invermay show that the South is being left behind in a "two-speed economy."
Dunedin could lose more jobs under moves to centralise health board finance, procurement and administration jobs.
The Government was doing plenty to encourage economic growth in Dunedin, Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce said in Parliament yesterday.
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters arrives in Dunedin today determined to talk to as many people as possible about the local and regional economy.
An American supplier preferred as a KiwiRail manufacturing supplier over a Dunedin-based company shows the Government's procurement policy is a ''complete sham'', Dunedin South Labour MP Clare Curran says.
A ''call to action'' has been issued to southern business, local government, agricultural and tertiary education leaders from Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull as part of the fight against job losses at AgResearch's Invermay campus.
Download the form letter here Copy the text below into an email The Hon. Steven Joyce Minister of Economic Development Parliament Buildings Wellington
Government money should be spread more evenly throughout New Zealand to lessen the blow of job losses such as those suggested at Invermay, a University of Otago researcher says.