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'Have a quiet Christmas'- Roskruge on Reserve Bank's inflation hammering
Massey University associate dean Māori and economics professor Matt Roskruge (Te Atiawa, Ngāti Tama) says anyone in debt, with credit card payments, mortgages or loans, is going to find it more exp
Wage subsidy keeps small-town barbershop open
Barber Kingz owner Sarge Waikai says the wage subsidy has kept his business afloat.
Nurses reject latest pay offer, strikes could be back on
Māori healthcare could be an unintended victim of the pay dispute between the district health boards and the country's nurses.
Kōhanga Reo working to achieve fair pay agreement for staff
The national governing body is committed to improving pay equity for Kōhanga Reo staff.
Will minimum wage increases affect tourism when the bubble opens?
The change is part of a broader package, which also sees the amount people can earn before their benefit reduces, going up to $160 a week.
Māori Party co-leader says minimum wage rise not enough
Waititi says the government should raise the minimum wage even more to help people pay for their living expenses.
Wage subsidy to support NZ businesses re-opens
The government's new Wage Subsidy initiative opens today. Payments will begin from Monday, March 8.
Labour to extend living wage to public service contracted workers if reelected
Labour pledges to extend living wage guarantees to public service contractors.