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Agreement signed for demobilisation of FPSO Umuroa from Tui Oil Field 20 November 2020

The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) has signed an agreement with BW Umuroa Pte. Ltd (BWU), the owner and operator of the FPSO Umuroa, to demobilise and disconnect the vessel from the Tui Oil Field.

Government announces supermarkets as second market study 17 November 2020

Supermarkets will be the subject of the second market study, the Government has today confirmed.

Fraud Awareness Week – COVID-19 related scams on the rise 16 November 2020

This Fraud Awareness Week, Consumer Protection (MBIE) is encouraging people to be aware of new and sophisticated scams designed to encourage people to hand over money or personal information.

$84 million to support excellent research in science 10 November 2020

The Government is investing $84.7 million in innovative projects that will help us understand and find new ways to address a wide range of long-term issues including health, climate change, astronomy and the impact of Big Data on social equality.

Changes to the Equal Pay Act 06 November 2020

Changes to the Equal Pay Act come into effect today, establishing a practical and accessible process to raise and consider pay equity claims.

New Cabinet announced 02 November 2020

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announces the new Cabinet focused on COVID-19 recovery.

Update on COVID-19-related business relief measures 20 October 2020

Some of the temporary COVID-19-related relief measures introduced by the Government earlier this year have been extended, while others are no longer available or are soon to expire.

Consumer Travel Reimbursement Scheme opens to travel agencies and wholesalers 20 October 2020

From today, travel agents and wholesalers can make applications to the Consumer Travel Reimbursement Scheme established to support New Zealanders to get back money they are owed from cancelled overseas travel plans caused by COVID-19.

Home detention, community work, and large fine for company director providing unlicensed immigration advice 05 October 2020

An Auckland man has been fined and sentenced to six months home detention and 200 hours community work, and his company fined and ordered to repay victims for providing immigration advice without being licensed or exempt, and asking for or receiving a fee.

KiwiSaver default provider RFP opens 01 October 2020

The Government has today released the Request for Proposals (RFP) to appoint the next set of KiwiSaver default providers.