Immigration NZ changes: what they mean for you

Immigration New Zealand recently announced changes to temporary work visas.

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Successful stand against the stand down sees change to temporary work visas

Immigration New Zealand has announced changes to temporary work visas – a direct result of The Regions’ stand against the stand down petition.

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Community 500 initiative heats up in Southland

Temperatures may be chilly in Southland, but there’s certainly warmth in the community where over 100 farmworkers have been placed in employment by The Regions.

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A sector in limbo: caught in a political waiting game

Like much of the agricultural sector, The Regions has patiently waited for more than half of 2019 to hear from Minister of Immigration, Iain Lees-Galloway, on his reformed immigration settings. The Regions managing director, Ben De’Ath, ponders the plight of policy reform.

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Mixing and mingling at Mystery Creek for Fieldays®

A selfie with the PM, insight into non-dairy industries, a chance to mix and mingle with clients – The Regions team enjoyed yet another successful Fieldays®.

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Life in The Philippines: a cultural insight

Ben and Patricia De’Ath, founders of The Regions, have been working with Filipino people for the last seven years. Earlier this year, Ben and Patricia enjoyed a working holiday in The Philippines and discovered more about this beautiful country and its culture.

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Business, balance and betterment: a story of personal and professional growth

Balance and betterment – these are the two ingredients Patricia De’Ath, co-founder and Director of Operations at The Regions, believes are essential for growth and development in business. She shares her insight into what being a business leader means to her from her recent attendance at the ANZ Biz Growth Series in Hamilton.

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