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The Government has introduced new labour laws that strengthen the hand of employers, despite New Zealand having some of the most flexible employment rules in the developed world.
Employers say the bargaining process has become unnecessarily protracted and costly.
They say the changes...
In the last decade, thousands of foreign workers have been recruited to the dairy industry's hardest and dirtiest jobs.
Many South Island farms are now reliant on these migrants for milk production.
Unions say worker exploitation is rife, driving down farm wages and...
Education, health and the economy are the three big issues in any election.
But how well do the political parties' policies address the key problems in those sectors, and how effective will they be in resolving disparities between the haves and the have-nots?...
New Zealand has set ambitious new targets for its trade relationship with China.
But is this achievable given the fallout from last year's Fonterra botulism scare?
The dairy cooperative is adamant there's been no residual damage to this nation’s brand, but other dairy...
Before WW2, New Zealand was among the most egalitarian nations on earth, but recent OECD stats suggest that its once narrow gap is widening so fast, it’s now ranked second from the bottom. But in contrast to its early years as a largely white, Anglo-centric...