According to a recent announcement by the Ministry of Health, Medsafe has been involved in the audit of two Companies. The healthcare provider had audited Douglas Pharmaceutical from Auckland and is the producer of the anticoagulant, Marevan that is used for resolving blood clotting disorders.
May Wang, the Chinese businesswoman, faces property collapse due to three criminal charges, she faces from the Companies Act. She is said to have failed in withdrawing the charges at the Auckland District Court.
She is said to have failed in keeping proper books and records, failed in providing information to the liquidator and is said to have left the country without advising the liquidator.
The medical laboratory workers will continue their strike action the next week also over pay and working conditions and as a result, the patients could face delays in their treatments at Auckland's major hospitals.
At Auckland today Lawyers on behalf of anxious property developer Andrew Krukziener and his creditors were in the High Court to converse details of a three-day hearing to be held subsequently month and that will conclude whether he will be bankrupted or not.
By announcing a strong first quarter earnings, the Auckland ports continue defying recession.
Today, Managing Director, Mr. Jens Madsen commented as the New Zealand is going on its way out of recession, the swell in the import volume shows the purchase power of the New Zealanders is increasing and it is the indication of the growing economy.
A teleconference is said to have taken place on Thursday, following the three to five-day High Court hearing concerning the Queenstown Airport Corporation and Auckland International Airport Ltd, which is due to take place next year.