John Key

Chorus moves to High Court over price ruling

Chorus moves to High Court over price rulingChorus claims it has no option but to head to the High Court in a bid to try to overturn a competition watchdog ruling wanting it to slash its copper broadband pricing by $10 a month.

The commission's ruling cuts the price Chorus can charge for the copper wire broadband and phone services by about $10 a month to $34.44 in December 2014.

New Meade Clinic Center Inaugurated In Waikato

New Meade Clinic Center Inaugurated In WaikatoFinally, the Waikato project has been accomplished after almost eight years. The new Meade Clinical Centre in Waiora Waikato Hospital, Waikato, NZ, was inaugurated yesterday by Prime Minister John Key.

Foetal Alcohol Syndrome Haunts Children’s Development

2010’s New Zealander knighted

2010’s New Zealander knightedIn the year 2010 Philanthropist Ray Avery was judged the best New Zealander and he has been made a knight.

The 63-year-old scientist to fight global poverty and health issues has spent much of the decade developing low cost and sustainable solutions, including special lenses to counter cataract blindness.

NZ Meat Workers Condemned by PM

NZ Meat Workers Condemned by PMThe constantly missing number of staffers in the meat industry has given a severe blow to the industry, said Prime Minister John Key.

He pointed out the number of sick leaves, which the workers availed over the year that in turn has reduced the supply.

He unveiled a set of rules yesterday, which will see the employees undergoing 90-day probation after joining the industry.

Key Proclaims Tourism’s Integration in MED

Key Proclaims Tourism’s Integration in MEDA new analysis report presented by the Ministry of Tourism and Tourism New Zealand, under the scrutiny of Prime Minister John Key, has said that the two regulatory bodies should be kept independent of each other.

The PM today said that Ministry of Tourism will be made a part of the Ministry of Economic Development (MED).