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Bars and nightclubs can resume operating normally from Thursday, as NZ moves to the Orange setting of the traffic light system
13th Apr 22, 1:41pm
by Jenée Tibshraeny
Bars and nightclubs can resume operating normally from Thursday, as NZ moves to the Orange setting of the traffic light system
In 2021, the observation that the country was fast becoming unrecognisable became a commonplace in conversations across New Zealand, Chris Trotter says
20th Dec 21, 9:47am
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In 2021, the observation that the country was fast becoming unrecognisable became a commonplace in conversations across New Zealand, Chris Trotter says
Kiwibank's economists say their 2022 outlook is one of cautious optimism, strong inflation and rising wages
12th Dec 21, 6:00am
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Kiwibank's economists say their 2022 outlook is one of cautious optimism, strong inflation and rising wages
Credit bureau Centrix says consumer confidence is high as festive season kicks off, business credit defaults down, housing market stabilising
7th Dec 21, 5:00am
by Toby Allen
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Credit bureau Centrix says consumer confidence is high as festive season kicks off, business credit defaults down, housing market stabilising
All of NZ to move to traffic light system on December 3; Auckland hairdressers and barbers that use vaccine certificates can reopen on Thursday
22nd Nov 21, 4:12pm
by Jenée Tibshraeny
All of NZ to move to traffic light system on December 3; Auckland hairdressers and barbers that use vaccine certificates can reopen on Thursday
Cleaners, security guards and catering staff who contract to government departments to be paid the living wage; Minimum wage likely to go up again next year
10th Nov 21, 11:36am
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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Cleaners, security guards and catering staff who contract to government departments to be paid the living wage; Minimum wage likely to go up again next year
Are the Prime Minister’s formidable communication skills equal to the task of getting her government’s anti-Covid campaign back on track?
11th Oct 21, 10:05am
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Are the Prime Minister’s formidable communication skills equal to the task of getting her government’s anti-Covid campaign back on track?
Credit bureau Centrix says credit demand is recovering after lockdown blip, but company closures and credit defaults are up
5th Oct 21, 5:43pm
by Toby Allen
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Credit bureau Centrix says credit demand is recovering after lockdown blip, but company closures and credit defaults are up
Much-anticipated decision to give 165,000 migrants currently in NZ a one-off pathway to residence welcomed across the board
30th Sep 21, 10:51am
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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Much-anticipated decision to give 165,000 migrants currently in NZ a one-off pathway to residence welcomed across the board
Government launching pilot scheme to enable 150 people to self-isolate on return from overseas work trips
27th Sep 21, 4:52pm
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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Government launching pilot scheme to enable 150 people to self-isolate on return from overseas work trips
Ministry of Health reports 13 new community Covid-19 cases, all in Auckland, health officials following up with truck driver with Covid who traveled south from Auckland
16th Sep 21, 1:00pm
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Ministry of Health reports 13 new community Covid-19 cases, all in Auckland, health officials following up with truck driver with Covid who traveled south from Auckland
Eleven new community Covid-19 cases reported on Friday, all in Auckland. Business resurgence support payments announced
10th Sep 21, 1:00pm
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Eleven new community Covid-19 cases reported on Friday, all in Auckland. Business resurgence support payments announced
Government lukewarm on month-old plan for reopening NZ to the world; Trans-Tasman bubble on ice
8th Sep 21, 6:17pm
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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Government lukewarm on month-old plan for reopening NZ to the world; Trans-Tasman bubble on ice
At the risk of ending up with egg on his face, Gareth Vaughan weighs in with some views on the Covid-19 pandemic
27th Aug 21, 10:24am
At the risk of ending up with egg on his face, Gareth Vaughan weighs in with some views on the Covid-19 pandemic
UPDATE: Four new community cases of COVID-19, including an Auckland City Hospital nurse - all linked to Tuesday's case
17th Aug 21, 2:42pm
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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UPDATE: Four new community cases of COVID-19, including an Auckland City Hospital nurse - all linked to Tuesday's case
Reconnecting New Zealanders to the World forum live stream
12th Aug 21, 9:38am
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Reconnecting New Zealanders to the World forum live stream
Moves to make wholesale fuel prices more transparent, supplier/distributor contracts fairer, and retail premium petrol prices clearer are now taking effect
10th Aug 21, 8:55am
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Moves to make wholesale fuel prices more transparent, supplier/distributor contracts fairer, and retail premium petrol prices clearer are now taking effect
ACT lobbies the Government to let more people into New Zealand by reversing its yet-to-be-detailed 'immigration reset' and letting private hoteliers run managed isolation facilities
26th Jul 21, 10:25am
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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ACT lobbies the Government to let more people into New Zealand by reversing its yet-to-be-detailed 'immigration reset' and letting private hoteliers run managed isolation facilities
Government temporarily doubles the duration of the Essential Skills visa to two years for migrants with jobs that pay less than the median wage
16th Jul 21, 5:00am
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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Government temporarily doubles the duration of the Essential Skills visa to two years for migrants with jobs that pay less than the median wage
ANZ economists say that 'in the short run' the main impact of net immigration on the NZ economy is through the housing market
29th Jun 21, 3:51pm
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ANZ economists say that 'in the short run' the main impact of net immigration on the NZ economy is through the housing market
David Hargreaves doubts any NZ Government will resolve the vexed migration issue till it first forms a proper population policy
25th May 21, 2:44pm
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David Hargreaves doubts any NZ Government will resolve the vexed migration issue till it first forms a proper population policy
Westpac economists see net migration in future at around half of the pre-Covid levels following the Government's review; huge reduction in economy's underlying growth rate; impact on housing market 
24th May 21, 2:07pm
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Westpac economists see net migration in future at around half of the pre-Covid levels following the Government's review; huge reduction in economy's underlying growth rate; impact on housing market 
Grant Robertson delivers a 'peak Labour Party' Budget, committing to spending more than expected, including on benefit increases
20th May 21, 2:00pm
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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Grant Robertson delivers a 'peak Labour Party' Budget, committing to spending more than expected, including on benefit increases
Westpac Group CEO and Chairman travel from Australia and discuss the potential sale of Westpac NZ with Ardern, Robertson and Orr
18th May 21, 2:29pm
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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Westpac Group CEO and Chairman travel from Australia and discuss the potential sale of Westpac NZ with Ardern, Robertson and Orr
Government says NZ will need to stop relying on cheap low-skilled migrant workers, as it sets its sights on attracting 'high-value' investment
17th May 21, 6:12pm
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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Government says NZ will need to stop relying on cheap low-skilled migrant workers, as it sets its sights on attracting 'high-value' investment