Leaching of metals from household taps—new report
A newly released scientific report sheds further light on leaching of metals from household taps in New Zealand. For some time now, Master Plumbers ha...
Updates from Master Plumbers and the wider industry.
A new government subsidy will provide $1,000 per month to the employer for a first-year apprentice, and $500 per month for up to eight months for a second-year apprentice. It applies to both new and existing apprentices.
Whilst we remain in the COVID-19 Alert Level 4 at this stage, the Government has provided more detail of what Alert Level 3 will look like to help bus...
In the fast evolving COVID-19 Level 4 lockdown situation, there is confusion about what constitutes essential plumbing, gasfitting or drainlaying work. If your business is still open, you are probably fielding some difficult calls. We've put together some tips to help.
The 2019 NZ Plumbing Conference was truly incredible – held on the Sunny Gold Coast, with amazing opportunities for networking, sharing member insights and hearing from our excellent guest speakers.
Master Plumbers chief executive Greg Wallace says appropriate measures need to be put in place to detect and manage legionella bacteria in our homes, apartments, schools, rest homes and hospitals.
At just 24, Taylor Galloway is running a successful Auckland plumbing business with his wife Olivia—a goal they’ve had since they met in their school years.
Master Plumbers welcomes the Government’s acknowledgement that greater value should be placed on apprenticeships, trades and workplace training.
It's been a busy few months in the construction industry sector. Master Plumbers and Masterlink CEO Greg Wallace provides an update on news and activities.
Plumbing apprentice Caleb Ihaia has learned the hard way that mental health needs to be talked about and better understood—and he’s on a mission to share the message.
Aaron Jamieson’s small plumbing business was struggling to keep on top of the amount of work coming in.
The Minister of Education announced proposed reforms to our sector yesterday and released a consultation document outlining specifics.
From a reluctant school student to a gold medal-winning plumbing apprentice, Lauren Phillips has an extremely bright future ahead.
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