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The brother of the shop owner denies the claims
Migrant workers in Queenstown have told an employment advocate of being racially abused, mistreated and threatened on the job.
The tax department is shedding 1500 jobs.
Experts at University of Auckland say victims are at risk of injury or sexual abuse.
Today's employment confidence survey shows of the 1553 people surveyed, a net 29.8 per cent experienced past earnings growth.
Robin Lane said workers had little power when negotiating with employers.
If elected to Government, the Greens want to introduce pay transparency.
But those under 25 without kids who do not meet obligations will have their benefit slashed.
Labour is promising a $2k award for the best trades pupil in every high school.
National is promising 22 weeks but Ms Moroney says Mr English vetoed her bill for 26 weeks.
Women are only paid $0.84 for every $1 men are paid, it was found.
Omer Hazer has a long history here and may have to return to a Turkey.
The Industry Training Federation says New Zealand is crying out for more apprentices.
A bid to dredge the coast for the next 35 years has been secured by a mining company.
The tech industry is only 23 per cent female.
A risk expert says pressures on the vulnerable can push people towards extreme behaviour.
The Government has decided to lower the incomes threshold to $41,538.
Feed The Need recognise many young people just need the right help.
Teachers and principals are grappling with housing costs in our biggest city.
The Minister for Women is calling for more transparency when it comes to pay packets for male and female staff.
Health advocate Makaia Carr is alarmed New Zealanders find it hard to put work fully aside.
They will get experience in customer service, communications and stock management.
The initiative is funded from Budget 2017 and will be delivered as part of the Regional Growth Programme.
Fifty three employers have been put on a blacklist in just three months for exploiting migrant workers.
Just under a decade ago, New Zealand was ranked as having the second-worst rate of workplace bullying in the world.
Nearly 90,000 of our young people are either out of work or in no education.
Early childhood teachers can be paid as much as $9000 per year less than kindy teachers.
Around 11,000 older New Zealanders will be paying almost $400 extra a month.
Corrections boss Ray Smith says "as long as they own their actions" they deserve a shot.
Two unions today lodged a case with the Employment Relations Tribunal.
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Findings show the reserve is contributing significantly to the population outside its borders.
Dann said it was "very, very unclear" how tomorrow would play out.
Mr Peters has spoken with both Bill English and Jacinda Ardern.
The Boy star told TVNZ1's Sunday show he was helped through the ordeal by his good friend and fellow actor Cliff Curtis.
TVNZ weather presenter Dan Corbett with the latest update.
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