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Final leg of water reforms passed 11 September 2023

The last piece of water reform legislation ensuring New Zealanders have safe, reliable and affordable drinking water passed its third reading on 23 August.

New Grocery code of conduct mandatory for suppliers 11 September 2023

The Government announced a new mandatory Grocery Supply Code of Conduct supporting fairer trading relationships last week.

New Zealand Space Agency seeks stellar students for opportunities at NASA 08 September 2023

High-flying graduate students are encouraged to reach for the stars and apply for the New Zealand Space Scholarship programme to support an internship at NASA’s Ames Research Center or the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in 2024.

Opportunity for New Zealand-NASA collaborative research 07 September 2023

An opportunity is now available for New Zealand researchers to partner with NASA on Earth observation research.

Artificial intelligence to support astronaut selection 06 September 2023

An AI-assisted tool designed to support astronaut selection and clinical decision making will be developed under a partnership between the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) and US space company Axiom Space.

Spring’s Junction Café fined a second time for employment breaches 05 September 2023

Spring’s Junction Café and Motor Inn based in South Island, and its director, must pay $36,000 in penalties after breaching multiple minimum employment standards during the pandemic in 2020. The firm was penalised for similar offences in 2016.

Community-level energy education funding round opens 04 September 2023

The latest funding round of the Support for Energy Education in Communities (SEEC) Programme is now open.

Extreme weather recovery efforts to benefit from Tourism Infrastructure Fund 01 September 2023

The Minister of Tourism has announced the seventh round of recipients of the Government’s Tourism Infrastructure Fund, which supports local government to address tourism infrastructure needs.

Former Licensed Immigration Adviser convicted following MBIE investigation 31 August 2023

A former Licensed Immigration Adviser (LIA) has been sentenced to 6-months community detention and 100 hours community service after his application for a discharge without conviction was dismissed and he was found guilty of breaching the Immigration Advisers Licensing Act 2007 (the Act).

Building Practitioners Board cancels builder’s licence 29 August 2023

The Building Practitioners Board (the Board) has cancelled Licenced Building Practitioner (LBP) Matthew Biddle’s licence after finding Mr Biddle to be in breach of the Building Act 2004.