After Super Over, Black Caps ready for Test Series

After Super Over, Black Caps ready for Test Series

Bridget Tunnicliffe Auckland, November 15, 2019 Black Caps Coach Gary Stead is philosophical about the decisions made on November 10, 2019 when the fifth Twenty20 international in Auckland was forced into a Super Over. England enjoyed a thrilling Super Over win against New Zealand and 3-2 series victory in the rain-truncated 11-over match. Chasing New Zealand’s total of 146-5, Chris Jordan…

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Dunedin Convenience Store director fined for law breach

Dunedin Convenience Store director fined for law breach

Supplied Content Wellington, November 12, 2019 The Employment Relations Authority (ERA) has ordered Satyam Limited, which was operating a convenience store in Dunedin, to pay $18,000 in penalties, and its director, Sunilkumar Dalpatbhai Mistry, to personally pay a further $9000 in penalties for negligent record keeping and holiday pay breaches. The penalties are in addition to $3000 of infringement fees…

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Education overhaul includes new Support Agency

Education overhaul includes new Support Agency

Schools lose right to manage zonal system John Gerritsen Wellington, November 12, 2019  The government is creating a new division in the Education Ministry in an overhaul that will strip schools of the right to manage their enrolment zones and their property. There will also be minimum standards for prospective principals and possible compulsory training for school trustees. Education Minister…

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Priorities set for growth and accountability

Priorities set for growth and accountability

Auckland, November 12, 2019 Ensuring that Auckland’s infrastructure keeps pace with the growth in our population so that we can tackle traffic congestion, housing shortages and unaffordability and environmental pressures is on top of my list of priorities for the coming term of the Auckland Council. Following that, reducing carbon emissions to meet our obligations around climate change and making…

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University of Auckland tops in student accommodation

University of Auckland tops in student accommodation

Supplied Content Auckland, November 12, 2019 University of Auckland is set to open its new Hostel (Waiparuru) in time for the 2020 academic year, bringing the total number of beds available for students to 4500. The addition will make the University the largest provider of student accommodation. Strategic decision Michael Rengers, Associate Director of Accommodation, said that only 10 years…

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