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$16,000 Apprenticeship Boost for businesses to take on or keep an apprentice

Some good mid-week news! Today the Apprenticeship Boost scheme kicks off. That's up to $16,000 directly to businesses to take on or keep on their apprentices, paid out over the first two years of training. We're building our skilled workforce with free apprenticeships, and trades training in targeted areas, and backing that up by helping to create jobs with this initiative.
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Kia Ora magazine is back, get your travel inspiration now!

Kia Ora, Air New Zealand's in-flight magazine,  has returned  for the first time since Covid 19. From tomorrow onwards passengers who fly  with   Air New Zealand will find a copy of the  magazine in their seat pockets. "The August edition of Kia Ora magazine has been produced in partnership with long term partner Tourism New Zealand to promote its new campaign 'Do something new, New Zealand'," said Jeremy O'Brien, Air New Zealand's Brand and Marketing Manager. "We're pleased to throw our weight behind supporting domestic tourism and we hope this month's Kia Ora inspires Kiwis to check out a destination in their own backyard which has been on their bucket list for a while" https://www.instagram.com/p/CAr93NvJZHJ/
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Whisky and Dinner Degustation at Banh Mi Caphe

With less 10 tickets left ! You better hurry or you will just have to miss out Join Jack Potter from Pernod Ricard NZ and Chef Pat Chaimontree for a 5 course food and whisky degustation, this Sunday 2nd Aug from 4-7 pm. No dietary requirements. Purchase tickets via link below https://orders.banhmicaphe.co.nz/product/details/whisky-degustation-tickets https://www.facebook.com/banhmicaphe/posts/1489217851263992
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An Open Letter To Returning Kiwis

You ARE special. You were born in New Zealand. That alone makes you rare, in this world of 7.8 billion. At some stage, for any of a thousand reasons, you left your home country. Perhaps for adventure, or love, for opportunities to study, or work, or live in a bigger, brighter city. Perhaps you were bored here, or your life wasn’t what you wanted it to be. Or maybe you didn’t have a choice, or the choice was not yours to make. And now you want to come home. You are welcome. Your country awaits you. We are special too. We have stayed, and worked, and played, and lately, we have suffered. We have had our freedom curtailed, our incomes reduced, the things we took for granted taken away. We have had loved ones die, and not been able to attend their funerals. We have had others sick, and not been able to comfort them. We have had our children graduate, unable to have ceremonies. We have had weddings with ten guests, where there would have been 100+. We have suffered, and, mayb…
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Meet the founders of GoodFor

James Denton, GoodFor’s founder, wanted to allow people an opportunity to make a difference with their shopping. GoodFor began in 2017 with a clear vision – to allow people the opportunity to shop waste-free. Now, having just celebrated their 3rd birthday and about to open their 7th store at Stoneridge, it’s clear that an ever-increasing number of Kiwis are backing them in their vision. GoodFor is a plastic-free refillery where you can stock up on pantry essentials and household items while avoiding the unnecessary packaging you often find in supermarkets. People simply bring in their own containers and jars, or use the store paper bags, to fill up with their usual groceries. “We want to change the culture around unnecessary packaging and waste,” explains Tessa Mak, GoodFor’s Marketing Manager. “We love to help educate people and provide them choices, both for their own health and for the environment.” James Denton, GoodFor’s founder, wanted to allow people an oppor…
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How businesses can unite against COVID-19 and help breaking the cycle of child poverty

We all are suffering from COVID-19 and businesses are getting hit hard, but kids in poverty already had hardship before the COVID-19. Thankfully there are charity's like KidsCan: "Education is a child’s ticket out of poverty. It is how we will break the cycle of hardship, and it is at the core of everything KidsCan does. Food, a warm jacket, solid shoes, feminine hygiene products - these are things we want every child to take for granted. We are levelling the playing field, giving children whose families are struggling the same opportunity to learn as anyone else." That is why Neighbourlink NZ is going to donate half of the profits, earned by advertising,  to KidsCan. And you can help too by advertising on Neighbourlink or share this page with others. List your business or post an advertising on the blog, this way we all unite against COVID-19 and help breaking the cycle of child poverty at the same time. There is a Win-Win situation here, and we all can use a win right a…
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