NZ Government Announces GTS Fund For Electrical Training

The New Zealand government recently introduced the Group Training Schema or GTS for electrical apprenticeships and training to help overcome the shortage of electricians in the country. This fund is part of the government’s wider apprenticeship support programme which helps employers retain and bring on new people in training and apprentices as a response to…

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The Safety of Fluorescent and High-Intensity Light Fittings

Electrical Workers Registration Board and Energy Safety (a division of Work Safe) in their latest newsletter highlighted the importance of maintaining the safety of fluorescent and high intensity discharge light fittings, due to a number of fire-related incidents involving these fittings in commercial and industrial buildings in New Zealand. They highlighted the importance of regular…

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Auckland Power Outage

Power has been restored to downtown Auckland after an outage crippled the centre city and forced the closure of Britomart rail station. Vector had earlier warned that the CBD and Parnell could remain “without power for some time” after the lunchtime outage struck at about 12.30pm. The cause is still being investigated. The “chaotic” power…

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3 Trusted Tradies in Auckland

Here is a list of some top rated and reliable tradies in Auckland for any trade related services that you may require for your home or business.   FOX DRAINAGE – DRAINLAYING EXPERTS Fox Drainage are registered and certified drainlayers in Auckland. They have been operating in Auckland for over 30 years in drainlaying services.…

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Kitchen renovation

Planning for your kitchen renovation

Planning your new kitchen is an exciting time. How the layout will work for you, modernising your home and adding value to your investment, whether it be your home or a rental investment. When planning kitchen installs people think about the cabinetry and appliances but they tend to forget that there is also electrical and…

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Things to do in Auckland Central

Auckland, often mistaken as the capital of New Zealand by tourists, is miles apart from the quietness of the rest of the country. It’s busy, beautiful and always beaming with the Sky Tower standing tall right in the city central. (Our slightly shorter version of the Eiffel Tower or the Burj Khalifa) Whether you live…

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