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MBIE Jul 11
Olivia is on her first placement at the New Zealand Defence Force and loving it! Find out more the Procurement Graduate programme and how to apply for the 2019 intake.
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MBIE Jul 11
Want to have your say on the international visitor levy or other proposed changes at the border? You now have until 22 July. We've summed up the proposals here:
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MBIE Science Jul 8
Next Monday 16 July, head to Science Centre, Building 302, Room G20, 4pm-5pm to hear MBIE's science advisors Margaret Hyland and Rob Murdoch speak about the Opportunities and Challenges in NZ's Research, Science and Innovation System. (It's free !)
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MBIE Science Jul 9
Check out this amazing high-resolution in-colour 3D molecular scanner, which Christchurch father and son Anthony and Phil Butler have been working on since 2005. Phil was the first human to be scanned in the scanner, and the results are extraordinary!
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MBIE Jun 27
We’re in Samoa this week along with partners from both the public and private sectors to support the Pacific Trades Partnership – a programme designed to recruit skilled Pacific carpenters and hammer-hands to support NZ’s booming construction industry.
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MBIE Jun 26
Have your say on the Credit Contracts discussions paper. More here: …/consumer-p…/review-of-consumer-credit-law
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Grahame Morton Jun 25
Great to see NZ/US collaboration announcement on geothermal: reliable, clean, baseload power.
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MBIE Jun 24
HOME Café was alive with waiata and haka this morning, to kick off a series of Matariki celebrations at MBIE Stout St. As well as appreciative MBIE colleagues, one particular staff member live streamed it to his mum in London!
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MBIE Jun 24
Building companies penalised for turning blind eye to employment breaches:
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MBIE Jun 24
All residents and businesses can now connect to ultra-fast broadband, which is being rolled-out around the country
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CSST Jun 23
And they’re off to France 🇫🇷 Good luck ! International finals, here we come 🚀
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MBIE Jun 21
Having the correct details will mean Kiwi businesses spend less time being bogged down by manual processes or errors. Watch the video to learn more about the benefits of the
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MBIE Jun 20
The Occupation Outlook app has been refreshed! The app is easy-to-use and provides an overview of job demand in different sectors, likely income levels, and training requirements for different career pathways.
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MBIE Jun 19
Today is when we commemorate the obstacles refugees face each year, while also celebrating their courage and strength. There will be a commemoration event held in Auckland this Saturday (details below).
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MBIE Jun 14
Standards New Zealand warns unauthorised version of the Wiring Rules (AS/NZS 3000:2018, Electrical installations) is not safe
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MBIE Jun 14
Ruapehu Alpine Lifts received a $10 million loan from the Provincial Growth Fund today. They’ll use the loan to construct a high-speed gondola on the Whakapapa ski field - and it should be ready by winter 2019.
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MBIE Jun 14
We want your feedback on proposed border changes, including an International Visitor Conservation and Tourism Levy
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Vivian Chandra ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Jun 12
Aww yay! Been having issues with (thru ) and one quick chat with the lady here at and apparently I can just pop into their office!
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MBIE Science Jun 11
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced today that Professor Juliet Gerrard from will take the role of Prime Minister's Chief Science Advisor
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MBIE Science Jun 7
34 research projects, worth $3.8 million over two years, have been approved for funding through the 2018 round of Te Pūnaha Hihiko: Vision Mātuaranga Capability Fund. The full list of projects receiving funding is on the MBIE website
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