Tapware one of main causes of lead contamination in East Otago towns
Master Plumbers is telling the Government to stop turning a blind eye to compelling evidence that New Zealanders are being put at serious health risk ...
Updates from Master Plumbers and the wider industry.
Are you prepared for what’s coming next? Business coach Daniel Fitzpatrick of Next Level Tradie shares 7 things to know - plus practical steps to take right now.
Armed with an Associated Tradesperson practising licence, plumbers and gasfitters are allowed to carry out certain electrical work.
A newly released scientific report sheds further light on leaching of metals from household taps in New Zealand.
Skills has opened up a new path for certified plumbers to obtain their drainlaying certification based on existing skills and work experience.
WorkSafe New Zealand would like to ensure that trade professionals are aware of the risks of working with engineered stone benchtops, used primarily in bathrooms and kitchens.
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.
The COVID-19 Residential Construction Protocols and Vertical & Horizontal Construction Protocols have been amended to reflect the changes this brings for our industry.
Master Plumbers welcomes greater protection for subcontractors in the event of a construction company’s insolvency under newly announced changes for the Construction Contracts Act (CCA).
iPlumber Ltd in Hamilton is the 2020 New Zealand Master Plumber of the Year.
Master Plumbers, Gasfitters & Drainlayers NZ welcomes the support for trades employers and apprentices in Budget 2020.
Congratulations to all the winners of the 2021 New Zealand Plumbing Awards!Visit Website
Need an apprentice? Go to Masterlink. 100% owned by Master Plumbers, Masterlink recruits the best—and manages and mentors them tooVisit Website
The award-winning NZ Plumber magazine has been keeping our industry informed for over 70 years—and it's proudly brought to you by Master PlumbersVisit Website
A workplace that supports good mental and physical health is a productive workplace. Our Wellbeing on Tap resources focus on five pillars of wellbeingVisit Website
Master Plumbers is a proud industry friend of NAWIC—a voluntary, non-profit association for women in the construction industryVisit Website
We are a Trade Association Member of Site Safe, which entitles our members to a 10% discount on annual Site Safe membershipVisit Website