Hamilton City Council to open up food outlet ratings to the public

Stuff recently reported: Food outlets in Hamilton appear to be improving their hygiene standards and record-keeping. Soon Hamiltonians will be able to monitor where to buy their food  (or not)  themselves. The Hamilton figures seemingly represent an improvement on 2018/19, when 12 businesses incurred the attentions of council inspectors, and 2017/18, when eight food outlets suffered a black mark of some kind under the auspices of the Food Act 2014. And in 2021, diners, grocery shoppers and takeaway buyers will be able to access a database that informs them of how good (or bad) the city’s food outlets are before they make a choice of where to spend their money. Read more here: SOURCE
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Take The Cannabis Referendum Quiz and Test Your Knoweledge

How much do you know about the Government's proposal to legalise and control cannabis? Test your knowledge before you vote in the upcoming referendum - then share it with your friends and whānau. www.nzdrug.org/3cqWKso Take the Quiz here: www.nzdrug.org/3cqWKso SOURCE: https://www.facebook.com/NZDrugFoundation/photos/a.356164821091637/4520687427972668/  
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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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