New software to strengthen aviation safety launched

Supplied Content Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom March 31, 2017 Ideagen, a supplier of information management software to organisations in highly regulated industries, has announced that it has secured a contract to provide International Airlines Group (IAG) with a safety and risk management and reporting software solution. IAG, parent company of Aer Lingus, British Airways, Iberia and Vueling, will adopt Ideagen’s cloud-based…

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New mothers come under sleep-mental health study

Supplied Content Massey University March 31, 2017 A Massey University research study is looking to measure the sleep and mental health of new mothers throughout their pregnancy to determine what effect sleep disruption has on depression. The Sleep HAPi (Sleep Health and Pregnancy Information) study is being run via the Sleep/Wake Research Centre in Wellington, by PhD candidate Clare Ladyman.…

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Capital gains likely to get another visit

Martin Wong Reserve Bank of New Zealand Wellington, March 31, 2017 Understanding the link between changes in wealth and household consumption is crucial to the Reserve Bank of New Zealand’s assessment of business cycle dynamics. In the Bank’s pursuit of price stability, changes in the policy rate influence household spending in part via their impact on asset prices and wealth.…

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Oranga Tamariki deserves the best start

Wellington, March 31, 2017 Jacinda Ardern The new Ministry for Vulnerable Children (Oranga Tamariki) needs a chance to succeed, but that means proper resourcing and decent legislation, says Labour has always supported the establishment of a separate Ministry for Children, and we are desperate to see better outcomes for children in New Zealand – but that does mean properly supporting…

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