NZ slows immigration tap, turn-by-turn
Immigration New Zealand has revealed that while the Govt hasn’t raised residency requirements, it will simply bury many new applications for a while.
Virus could quadruple work visa waits
Immigration staff are stretched thin after the shutdown of their Beijing office and people on work visas could face major delays.
Meridian over Rio Tinto’s antics
Meridian Energy chief executive Neal Barclay says Rio Tinto’s repeated threats to close down its aluminium smelter are getting old.
Mahuta warns Wellington against water break-up
The Government tells Wellington city council they should tread carefully before bucking a national trend on water
NZME getting its Stuff together
Media company NZME sees a further modest fall in revenues and earnings - and declares itself the “right owner” for rival Stuff Ltd as it gives more details of its push for political and regulator support.
Apple TV content at risk over law change
Apple is the latest tech firm to warn that Kiwis may lose access to streaming content if a new parental guidance law goes ahead.
Coronavirus ban extended another eight days
Cabinet extends China travel ban by another eight days but may exempt international students.
Becroft adds pressure to police review
The Children’s Commissioner responds to a UN committee’s decision about the torture of children at Lake Alice
Over 200,000 policies caught up in AMP ‘zombie deal’
Policyholders fear the sale of AMP Life to a Bermuda-based ‘zombie fund guru’ could leave them stranded because a legal gap means the FMA is powerless to protect them