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MBIE and LeoLabs sign multi-year agreement for world-leading regulatory and space sustainability platform 06 August 2021

The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) today announced a multi-year agreement between the New Zealand Space Agency and LeoLabs, Inc. to develop the world’s most advanced Regulatory and Space Sustainability Platform.

Deadline for feedback on proposed decommissioning regulations extended 03 August 2021

The deadline for consultation on proposals for regulations to support the Crown Minerals (Decommissioning and Other Matters) Amendment Bill has been extended from 24 August to 7 September 2021.

Younger consumers more at risk, survey shows 27 July 2021

Did you know you do not need to have the original packaging with you when returning faulty goods? The 2020 New Zealand Consumer Survey (NZCS) shows young people aren’t as familiar with the laws designed to protect their basic consumer rights when purchasing as other New Zealanders.

10 day sick leave entitlement for employees is now in effect 24 July 2021

The legislation doubling employees’ minimum sick leave entitlement to 10 days comes into effect today.

Annual Performance Report of the International Visitor Conservation and Tourism Levy (IVL) 22 July 2021

The first Annual Performance Report of the IVL outlines the performance and status of the 10 initial IVL projects.

New digital identifiers help prepare businesses for the future 22 July 2021

New Zealand businesses will be able to find exciting innovation opportunities thanks to new globally unique digital identifiers for different parts of their business.

36th America’s Cup post-event reports released 20 July 2021

Post-event reporting on the 36th America’s Cup (AC36) has been released today.

All-of-Government office contract goes low waste and sustainable 19 July 2021

A new All-of-Government (AoG) office supplies contract – used by over a thousand government agencies – focuses on low-waste, sustainable products, and will deliver tangible economic and environmental outcomes, Laurence Pidcock, General Manager of New Zealand Government Procurement (NZGP, a branch within MBIE), announced today.

Tourism Infrastructure Fund supports 57 projects 16 July 2021

Nationwide, 57 projects from Cape Reinga to Stewart Island and the Chatham Islands have received support from the latest round of decisions from the Tourism Infrastructure Fund (TIF).

Consultation opens on proposed decommissioning regulations 13 July 2021

Consultation on proposals for regulations to support the Crown Minerals (Decommissioning and Other Matters) Amendment Bill has now opened.