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22nd Jun 20, 6:18pm
Border exemptions on economic grounds not a priority for the govt, as it gear up to cope with increasing numbers of returning kiwis; Cost to taxpayers to hit $379mln by December
Border exemptions on economic grounds not a priority for the govt, as it gear up to cope with increasing numbers of returning kiwis; Cost to taxpayers to hit $379mln by December
22nd Jun 20, 6:18pm
19th Jun 20, 10:59am
The number of work and residency visas being issued is picking up again but new student visas are almost non-existent
The number of work and residency visas being issued is picking up again but new student visas are almost non-existent
19th Jun 20, 10:59am
15th Jun 20, 9:57am
Gareth Vaughan takes a look at the how the Covid-19 crisis has brought the challenge of securing loans to a head for small and medium sized businesses
Gareth Vaughan takes a look at the how the Covid-19 crisis has brought the challenge of securing loans to a head for small and medium sized businesses
15th Jun 20, 9:57am
13th Jun 20, 9:51am
Minister for Small Business Stuart Nash says he has held a preliminary discussion with Finance Minister Grant Robertson about making Covid-19 emergency SME loan scheme permanent, but there'd be a lot of work ahead if this was to happen
Minister for Small Business Stuart Nash says he has held a preliminary discussion with Finance Minister Grant Robertson about making Covid-19 emergency SME loan scheme permanent, but there'd be a lot of work ahead if this was to happen
13th Jun 20, 9:51am
4th Jun 20, 2:02pm
Government says the 'end is in sight' for high-cost lenders and truck shops who trap the vulnerable in debt
Government says the 'end is in sight' for high-cost lenders and truck shops who trap the vulnerable in debt
4th Jun 20, 2:02pm
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4th Jun 20, 11:18am
Waitomo Caves tourism operator given $4 million as government ministers pinpoint 'strategic tourism assets' to be protected by taxpayers; Funding allocated to regional tourism organisations too
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Waitomo Caves tourism operator given $4 million as government ministers pinpoint 'strategic tourism assets' to be protected by taxpayers; Funding allocated to regional tourism organisations too
4th Jun 20, 11:18am
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3rd Jun 20, 3:35pm
Level 1: Gathering and distancing restrictions go, people encouraged to return to their offices, more border exemptions expected
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Level 1: Gathering and distancing restrictions go, people encouraged to return to their offices, more border exemptions expected
3rd Jun 20, 3:35pm
30th May 20, 10:52am
Massey's Alison Brook looks at how we are responding to a world-scale natural disaster that is killing jobs super-fast and what the resulting long-term unemployment will will do to economic prospects
Massey's Alison Brook looks at how we are responding to a world-scale natural disaster that is killing jobs super-fast and what the resulting long-term unemployment will will do to economic prospects
30th May 20, 10:52am
19th May 20, 9:32am
Migrant visa approval numbers hammered in April but the number of migrants in the country on work, student and residence visas remained fairly stable
Migrant visa approval numbers hammered in April but the number of migrants in the country on work, student and residence visas remained fairly stable
19th May 20, 9:32am
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11th May 20, 4:21pm
NZ to move to Level 2 on Thursday; businesses can re-open; social gatherings limited to 10 people and restricted to 2 hours per venue in most cases
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NZ to move to Level 2 on Thursday; businesses can re-open; social gatherings limited to 10 people and restricted to 2 hours per venue in most cases
11th May 20, 4:21pm
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7th May 20, 1:45pm
PM: A move to Level 2 could be phased in; Gatherings limited to 100 people; Domestic travel allowed; Retail, hospitality and beauty businesses can open under restrictions
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PM: A move to Level 2 could be phased in; Gatherings limited to 100 people; Domestic travel allowed; Retail, hospitality and beauty businesses can open under restrictions
7th May 20, 1:45pm
26th Apr 20, 7:31am
Labour's government support partners would back regulation of retail payments as part of moves to stimulate the economy after the crushing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic
Labour's government support partners would back regulation of retail payments as part of moves to stimulate the economy after the crushing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic
26th Apr 20, 7:31am
17th Apr 20, 8:57am
A total of 23,430 fewer people came into New Zealand on work, residence or student visas in March compared to March last year
A total of 23,430 fewer people came into New Zealand on work, residence or student visas in March compared to March last year
17th Apr 20, 8:57am
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16th Apr 20, 1:22pm
Level 3 guidance: Work from home if possible, businesses can open premises but can't interact with customers face-to-face, regional travel highly limited, children up to Year 10 can go to school
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Level 3 guidance: Work from home if possible, businesses can open premises but can't interact with customers face-to-face, regional travel highly limited, children up to Year 10 can go to school
16th Apr 20, 1:22pm
16th Apr 20, 5:00am
In the fifth and final part of a series on New Zealand's retail payment systems Gareth Vaughan lays out a roadmap for regulating the retail payments sector and outlines why this should be done
In the fifth and final part of a series on New Zealand's retail payment systems Gareth Vaughan lays out a roadmap for regulating the retail payments sector and outlines why this should be done
16th Apr 20, 5:00am
8th Apr 20, 10:00am
In the fourth part of a series on NZ's retail payment systems, Gareth Vaughan looks at EFTPOS and COVID-19, and finds banks in charge of implementing some of the key technologies that could crimp their revenues
In the fourth part of a series on NZ's retail payment systems, Gareth Vaughan looks at EFTPOS and COVID-19, and finds banks in charge of implementing some of the key technologies that could crimp their revenues
8th Apr 20, 10:00am
28th Mar 20, 10:32am
In the third part of a series on NZ's retail payment systems, Gareth Vaughan looks at the complications of interchange & merchant service fees and finds a government minister still waving a regulatory stick
In the third part of a series on NZ's retail payment systems, Gareth Vaughan looks at the complications of interchange & merchant service fees and finds a government minister still waving a regulatory stick
28th Mar 20, 10:32am
22nd Mar 20, 8:40am
In the second part of a series on NZ's retail payment systems, Gareth Vaughan looks at how New Zealand's regulatory oversight of retail payments is behind where Australia was at in 2001
In the second part of a series on NZ's retail payment systems, Gareth Vaughan looks at how New Zealand's regulatory oversight of retail payments is behind where Australia was at in 2001
22nd Mar 20, 8:40am
17th Mar 20, 7:46pm
'Only people working in jobs that cannot be done from home should still be in their normal places of work' - BusinessNZ and The NZ Initiative
'Only people working in jobs that cannot be done from home should still be in their normal places of work' - BusinessNZ and The NZ Initiative
17th Mar 20, 7:46pm
3rd Mar 20, 10:01pm
Finance Minister Grant Robertson expects coronavirus to hit NZ harder than previously thought, but still prefers 'sector-specific, region-specific' government interventions to tax cuts and helicopter money
Finance Minister Grant Robertson expects coronavirus to hit NZ harder than previously thought, but still prefers 'sector-specific, region-specific' government interventions to tax cuts and helicopter money
3rd Mar 20, 10:01pm

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