Business

Plenty of activities for school fete

TONNES of activities have been planned for the Myross Bush School Fete on Saturday and co› organiser Tania Dickson said sup› port and donations...

Designer shop set to pop up

EXCLUSIVE and one›off items of designer clothing and jewellery will be on offer at the Jane Sutherland Pop Up Shop tomorrow and Saturday. Fashion designer...

Business in a spin

SHE gave up a secure, well› paying corporate job to run her own hula hoop company — and business is booming. ‘‘I have never looked...

Everything equine

IT is going to be feast for horse lovers next weekend with representatives of more than 25 horse-related businesses so far signed up to...

VS evaluates impact of film-making in south

VENTURE Southland (VS) staff will evaluate the wider economic and social impacts of three films being shot in Southland this year. Filming for Alien: Covenant...

Changes aim to strengthen ties

SPECIALIST employment agency Workbridge has rebranded and appointed a new manager to strengthen links with major employers. The not-for-profit organisation works with people with disabilities,...

Helping to understand law changes

THE Health and Safety at Work Act will apply to every business in New Zealand. That means more than half a million business owners...

PowerNet to assist in Fiji

POWERNET has responded to a call for help from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (Mfat) and is sending ateam of five line...

Turning their attention south

TURNERS is opening a branch in Invercargill, but it will not be a car auction house. Invercargill sales manager Ian McDonald said the Turners branch...

New pool rules improving safety

NEW rules introduced at Invercargill’s Splash Palace in October to improve the safety of young swimmers appear to be having the desired effect, with...
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