Westpower has offered to gift $250,000 to a struggling polytechnic if it receives approval to access the conservation land it wants to build a hydro-electric plant on reports Farah Hancock for Newsroom.
Trees are in---Dairy is Out The New Zealand dairy sector has become overwhelmingly the chief target of the urban activist movement and the industry’s vulnerability is greatly enhanced by its own inability and reluctance to acknowledge this.
Sydney - Recognizing the Strategic National Importance of Airports The International Air Transport Association (IATA) and Deloitte have published guidance materials for governments considering public-private partnerships (PPP) and other forms of privatization programs for airport infrastructure.
Moral issues overwhelm in remote Commonwealth nation
The overreaction in cleansing accommodation perceived as permanently contaminated by synthetic drug users compares with the equally noticeable under-reaction to the threat to the national economy of the arrival of the animal pathogen Mycoplasma bovis.
The strains on New Zealand’s water infrastructure were a hot topic at a local government summit this week. Everyone is preparing for change, but concrete decisions from the Government still appear some time away. “What we can be absolutely certain of is change.”