interest.co.nz • Auckland will lead NZ jobs growth through 2021 while Christchurch falls below national average as construction employment moves north, Infometrics says; Baby Boomers to increase need for healthcare jobs nationwide
The National Business Review • In August a decision will be made to continue with one of the two contractors.
Christchurch Minister Gerry Brownlee has announced the appointment of two contractors for a metro sports facility.
Specialist construction and engineering recruitment firm RobLawMax says that with four major projects dominating Auckland’s development sector, companies need to stop talking about the talent shortage and start doing something about it.
Canterbury's economy is still riding a post-earthquake high but the tourism and education sectors are suffering, a new report has found.
A new $50 million international science centre will be developed on central Christchurch's Durham St law courts site.
The National Business Review • The gallery will celebrate with a weekend of exhibitions and artist projects.
Earthquake-damaged Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu will reopen to visitors on December 19.
Stuff • Christchurch tallest post-quake apartment complex is about to take shape opposite Cranmer Square.
Christchurch's tallest post-quake apartment complex is about to take shape opposite Cranmer Square.
Level 4, Aviation House
12 Johnston Street
PO Box 5555,
Tel: +64 4 499 8800
Fax: +64 4 499 0955
Generator, Level 1
28 Customs St East
Tel: +64 9 951 5011
Level 1, Kensington House
185 Manchester Street
Tel: 0800 868 436
477 Boundary Street
Tel: +61 7 3085 7427
344-354 Grays Inns Road
Tel: +44 20 3934 6389