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Auckland restaurants to pay nearly $200,000 for employment breaches
2 November 2017
A Labour Inspectorate investigation has uncovered employment breaches in a series of connected Asian restaurants in Auckland, who now must pay nearly $200,000.
Chinese newspaper to pay more than $140,000 for employment breaches
2 November 2017
A prominent Chinese New Zealand newspaper must pay more than $140,000 for employment breaches following a Labour Inspectorate investigation.
174-184 MHz – Land Mobile Radio technical consultation
30 October 2017
The Minister for Communications decided new uses for the former analogue television Band III (174-230 MHz) in April 2017, following a review of options for allocating the frequencies in this band.
Tourism spending data for September 2017 released
26 October 2017
The latest Monthly Regional Tourism Estimates released by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) today show that tourism expenditure grew in most regions over the year to September 2017.
Inspectorate warns businesses that poor assurances can endanger brands
25 October 2017
The Labour Inspectorate is calling for large brands and franchisors to take a stronger hand in ensuring those at the bottom of their supply chain receive what they’re owed.