Auckland’s Queen Street for pedestrians only

Supplied Content Auckland, November 27, 2018 The Auckland Council voted unanimously today to move towards pedestrianising Queen Street and trialling an open streets initiative in the city centre and suburbs. Mayor Phil Goff said that further pedestrianisation of Queen Street would change Auckland’s main street from a traffic route to a place people can enjoy, and open streets trials would…

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Auckland’s Queen Street for pedestrians only Supplied Content Auckland, November 27, 2018 The Auckland Council voted unanimously today to move towards pedestrianising Queen Street and trialling an open streets initiative in the city centre and suburbs. Mayor Phil Goff said that further pedestrianisation of Queen Street would change Auckland’s main street from a traffic route to a place people can…

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Bust broker could owe up to 4000 NZ investors

Madison Reidy (RNZ) Auckland, November 27, 2018 The collapse of an Australian finance company has put the investment of possibly thousands of New Zealanders at risk. Sydney-based administrators were appointed to Halifax Investment Services last week and investors accounts were frozen. The lead administrator of Halifax Investment Services, Morgan Kelly of Ferrier Hodgson, told RNZ there was about 4000 investor…

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Dairy owners fined for employment law breaches

  Supplied Content Christchurch, November 27, 2018 A Christchurch suburban dairy and its owners have been ordered to pay $85,000 in penalties for exploiting and underpaying a staff member by more than $103,000 over a four-year period. Indy Supa, a dairy in the Christchurch suburb of Shirley has been ordered by the Employment Relations Authority (ERA) to pay $61,000, and…

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