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Tim Alpe the Entrepreneur of the Year

Tim Alpe the Entrepreneur of the YearTim Alpe of Auckland-based camper van machinist Jucy was present night named Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year for 2010. Alpe shall be representing New Zealand at the World Entrepreneur of the Year Awards in Monte Carlo in May later this year.

Pay rise plans dropped down by Auckland Airport

Pay rise plans dropped down by Auckland AirportAuckland Airport directors have relieved back on the additional money they are offering to provide themselves, after response from the shareholders.

They had already suggested the entire shareholders vote on a motion at the yearly conference at the coming Thursday that the entire quantum of annual directors fees shall be increased by 12.2 %or $140,000 to $1.29 million.

Unionists turn to Brown in hope

Unionists turn to Brown in hopeYesterday Union members crooked in expectation to Auckland mayor-elect Len Brown because they vowed to defeat the Government's new industrial laws at next year's election.

From all over Auckland more than 6000 workers bused into the Manukau's TelstraClear Pacific Events Centre.

Owing a house gets affordable everywhere but not in Akld

Affordable-homeAffordability of the home is currently the best it can be in the past 6 years time according to an immediate released report but simply if you are not residing in Auckland.

NZ Place start on new business information facility

Sam-KnowlesState- possessed New Zealand Post is to move confronting each other with Trade Me and Yellow Pages Group in introducing a new regional information service aiming small- and medium- extent businesses in Auckland.

Known as Localist, the set up undertaking is being headed by ex-Kiwibank head Sam Knowles who started viewing into the thought whilst in the part of donning as chief executive of NZ Post preceding year.

Lab Workers’ Strike Continues; Blame Game on

Lab Workers’ Strike Continues; Blame Game onThe ongoing strike of medical laboratory workers has reached a new level as DHBs make claims that the strikers are to blame for the drawn out industrial action, and that the “unreasonable” action is harming patients.

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