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Property / News
Property / News
9th Aug 22, 5:00am
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Average dwelling values declining throughout NZ with values in Wellington, Palmerston North and Dunedin having the sharpest falls
Public Policy / Opinion
Public Policy / Opinion
9th Aug 22, 9:16am
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Katharine Moody says we should tackle climate adaptation planning with a clear understanding of the likelihood of events unfolding, rather than from the perspective of the full range of possibilities
Banking / News
Banking / News
9th Aug 22, 11:54am
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Reserve Bank of Australia to probe use cases and potential economic benefits of introducing a central bank digital currency
Rural News / Analysis
Rural News / Analysis
9th Aug 22, 10:11am
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If society wants lower impacts from livestock on private land, will they achieve it by paying farmers for their loss, or regulate it because they have power to impose costs on landowners?
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