A Māori collective who have just purchased one of New Zealand's largest kiwifruit portfolios hope to offer their employees a decent wage and opportunities to progress through all levels of the industry.
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The Prime Minister of the Solomon Islands visited the Kiwi fruit headquarters of SEEKA in Te Puke today. Currently, SEEKA employs 112 people from the island nation who stay here to work on a seven-month basis.
Rotorua mum Levi Leathers says there may be 1,200 jobs available in the kiwifruit industry. But she has stopped her sons from working in orchards because the money doesn't reflect the work.