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Hon Iain Lees Galloway
ACC levy rates will continue for 2021/22
The Minister for ACC, supported by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE), has announced levy rates will stay the same until 2022.
7 July 2020
2 minute read
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New client payment rates and interest rates from 1 July
Read about changes we're making to some client payments and interest rates.
25 June 2020
1 minute read
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Our commitment to achieving zero emissions by 2050
Under our new climate change policy, we'll reduce our own corporate emissions, and decarbonise our investments.
17 June 2020
4 minute read
Young girl gardening
Our commitment to achieving zero emissions by 2050
Under our new climate change policy, we'll reduce our own corporate emissions, and decarbonise our investments.
17 June 2020
4 minute read
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New appointment to ACC Board Investment Committee
Stephen Montgomery begins his three-year term on the ACC Board Investment Committee on 15 June.
10 June 2020
1 minute read
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Easing the COVID-19 burden on businesses
We're giving firms more time and flexibility in making their levy payments this year to provide relief to businesses coping with the impact of COVID-19.
17 April 2020
2 minute read
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Don’t be like the NFL: How to go from lockdown fitness to high-intensity match fitness
Pre-season training for winter sports didn’t go as planned for anyone this year. Here are some tips to get your performance peaking.
5 June 2020
4 minute read
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Seven tips to keep your home workout injury-free and fun
With gyms and fitness centres closed, more people are working up a sweat from home. Here are some tips to do it safely during bubble life.
17 April 2020
4 minute read
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Spike in minor gym injuries could be a good thing
For the first time, gym training is contributing to more injuries than any other sport. However, the exercise benefits are likely to outweigh the risks.
3 February 2020
5 minute read
Motorcyclists take a curve on the road
Kiwis avoided road crashes during lockdown but need to take care as roads get busy again
After several weeks off the road, Peter Daly has found his skills back on his motorbike aren't flash.
14 May 2020
3 minute read
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Could talking with your kids during lockdown about sex improve NZ’s sexual violence record?
Having a talk with your children about sex and consent may be awkward, but it’s all part of creating a nation of people who care about others, says Emma Powell.
1 May 2020
5 minute read
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Two sides to the great Kiwi summer
We're kicking off a public awareness campaign focusing on water safety and sport. Our Chief Customer Officer explains why water safety is so close to her heart.
13 January 2020
3 minute read
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Journey from back injury to professional bodybuilder
Ephraim Gudgeon leaped off a 35-metre waterfall, fracturing his spine. He says nothing about his life has changed, except becoming a professional bodybuilder.
13 January 2020
4 minute read
White Island newsroom
Support to victims of the Whakaari/White Island eruption
If you've been injured or have lost a loved one to the Whakaari/White Island eruption, we're here to help.
10 December 2019
4 minute read
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Surgical mesh report: ACC taking action to improve client experience and health outcomes
We're taking a number of actions to improve the experience and health outcomes for people treated with surgical mesh.
12 December 2019
3 minute read