Show biz is big business in Auckland
Figures show the Auckland Council’s involvement in the film industry is paying off.
ATEED turns focus to the south and west
The Auckland Council’s department of fun is getting serious about job creation, bolstering deprived parts of the city, and attracting investors.
Unions hoping to catch the wage round bus
Winston Peters says there’s some truth to the idea that unions are testing their luck as they push for better wages.
Sale rumoured for prestige schools
The equity company which owns NZ’s largest provider of private education may be looking to cash in on its investment.
Kiwi reveals firm’s treatment of migrants
One small broadband company’s treatment of its migrant workers is a case study of problems being investigated by government officials.
Why we need more quirky workers
Autistic people often find it very difficult to get work. That needs to change, says Nikki Mandow.
How to prepare for the future of work
Our challenge is not to protect old jobs or create new ones, but to manage the transition between the two, says Rod McNaughton.
A taste of Newsroom Pro from Budget day
Newsroom Pro is our subscription news service for people in business and government. Here’s a taste of what it sent to subscribers on Budget day.