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From pest seaweed to future food 02 September 2019

How the Innovative Partnerships Programme is connecting Kiwi and Japanese edible seaweed companies to tackle the ‘gorse of the sea’.

Employment to grow by 39,400 workers per annum to 2028 30 August 2019

The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) has today released the Medium to Long-Term Employment Outlook: Looking ahead to 2028.

Consultation opens on draft Minerals and Petroleum Resource Strategy 27 August 2019

A draft Minerals and Petroleum Resource Strategy which seeks to support the transition to low emissions future, while building a productive, sustainable and inclusive economy has been released for public consultation by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.

Consultation opens on the public interest test for dumping and subsidy investigations 22 August 2019

The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) is exploring an approach to aid in an objective and robust examination of the public interest test now required by the Trade (Anti-dumping and Countervailing Duties) Act 1988 (the Act).

Phishing emails claiming to be sent from MBIE 20 August 2019

The Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment (MBIE) is aware of phishing emails that are claiming to be sent from MBIE and contain malicious software.

$18 million to support sustainable tourism growth 14 August 2019

The International Visitor Conservation and Tourism Levy (IVL) is investing $18 million in ten tourism and conservation projects across New Zealand.

Employment Strategy to get more people into fulfilling careers 12 August 2019

A new Employment Strategy released today sets out the Government’s aims for all New Zealanders to achieve their potential in developing skills, finding secure employment and fulfilling careers.

Wellington man fined for paying trainee to carry out electrical work 09 August 2019

A business owner has been prosecuted and fined $10,800 plus costs in Wellington District Court for permitting an unsupervised trainee electrician to carry out prescribed electrical work for homeowners who purchased Groupon vouchers for the work.

External review of Operation Exploration released 08 August 2019

The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment has today released an external review into how the non-interference provisions of the Crown Minerals Act are effected.

Find your mark with Trade Mark Check 08 August 2019

A world-first new tool is now available that you can use to identify in one click if a trade mark image, logo or word is unique or not.