67 days ago

Job opportunities – essential fixed-term roles

AMI Queenstown

Need a new job during these uncertain times? At AMI we believe everyone has a unique point of view to share shaped by life experiences, cultures & passions.

We have essential fixed-term roles from entry level to specialists available to ensure our customers are looked after in this new New Zealand.

We offer training and support to set you up for success, office locations around NZ, flexible working options and a great team culture.
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6 hours ago

How eco-friendly is your grocery shopping?

Jo Haywood Reporter from Homed

Most of us like to think we're doing what we can to lessen our impact on the environment, but how green is your weekly shop?

Beyond the eco-swaps you’ve probably already made, here are some of the least eco-friendly grocery store items to steer clear of next time you're loading up your trolley, with minimal disruption to your routine.

14 hours ago

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It’s a time of unprecedented change with Covid-19 so we are looking for graduates from all degree backgrounds who truly want to make a difference to New Zealand and New Zealanders.

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1 day ago

Lines company Aurora denies mayor's claims backup power supply not being sought

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from Central Otago News

A struggling lines company denies claims it is refusing to provide a backup power supply to a Central Otago town that lost electricity for more than eight hours during freezing temperatures.

Central Otago mayor Tim Cadogan has written to Energy and Resources Minister Megan Woods calling for the Electricity Authority to review Aurora's level of service after Clyde was without power in temperatures that dropped to -10 degrees Celsius on June 14.

In the letter, Cadogan says a backup transformer that failed in 2017 had not been replaced and Aurora had “advised that it has no intention of providing a permanent backup transformer for Clyde and surrounds, putting people again at risk from the harsh conditions in this area”.

But an Aurora spokesperson says: "Our planned investment over the next two years specially includes installing an alternative supply to the Clyde community, which we will be able to switch over to in the event of a fault occurring.”