Prime Minister changes stance on public dobbing

Jacinda Ardern and Ashley Bloomfield should get Covid messaging back on track (Newsroom Photo by Sam Sachdeva) As the government battles Covid complacency and non-compliance, the Prime Minister has given the team of five million permission to self-police the rule-breakers. The complete change of tune from the top is just one of many mixed messages in recent days. Two things have…

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Leaders prefer less migrant workers, more jobs for New Zealanders

The gripping Coronavirus is compelling us to reorder our priorities While immigration has been a subject of heated debate over the years, the advent of Covid-19 and its Variants is slowing the perception of employers on the need to employ more migrant workers. In fact, they are beginning to adjust to dependence on available talent in the country. Immigration Minister…

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Internal Affairs warns Property Brokers for AML/CFT non-compliance

Supplied Content Wellington, March 2, 2021 The Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) has issued a formal warning to Property Brokers Limited for not complying with Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) Act 2009. An Internal Affairs press note said that this is the first formal warning issued to a real estate agent under this Legislation. Property Brokers operates…

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Jacinda Ardern urges New Zealanders to call out rule-breakers

Sourced Content Wellington, March 2, 2021 Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has urged people to call out family and colleagues who are not following the rules of the Alert Levels. She was speaking to the media yesterday (March 2, 2021) after a Cabinet meeting, joined by Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield. She said that she understands people that are frustrated…

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