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15th Jan 21, 4:55pm
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Following serious governance issues at Tauranga City Council and the appointment of Crown commissioners, S&P have cut their credit rating by one notch
Following serious governance issues at Tauranga City Council and the appointment of Crown commissioners, S&P have cut their credit rating by one notch
15th Jan 21, 4:55pm
11th Jan 21, 6:04pm
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The Reserve Bank updates the situation regarding the illegal breach of its data system
The Reserve Bank updates the situation regarding the illegal breach of its data system
11th Jan 21, 6:04pm
11th Jan 21, 10:13am
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Although pandemic-affected retail spending in 2020 delivered no overall gains, there were wide regional and sector variances with many winners and a few big losers
Although pandemic-affected retail spending in 2020 delivered no overall gains, there were wide regional and sector variances with many winners and a few big losers
11th Jan 21, 10:13am
10th Jan 21, 3:33pm
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Reserve Bank responding to illegal breach of data system
Reserve Bank responding to illegal breach of data system
10th Jan 21, 3:33pm
7th Jan 21, 4:59am
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Asking prices remain buoyant with property in short supply across the country, reports realestate.co.nz
Asking prices remain buoyant with property in short supply across the country, reports realestate.co.nz
7th Jan 21, 4:59am
5th Jan 21, 5:55pm
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A record summer is in store for a scorching hot property market says CoreLogic, as prices leap by the most ever in Q4-2020 and the largest quarterly growth rate in sixteen years
A record summer is in store for a scorching hot property market says CoreLogic, as prices leap by the most ever in Q4-2020 and the largest quarterly growth rate in sixteen years
5th Jan 21, 5:55pm
5th Jan 21, 9:58am
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QV's David Nagel says before buying coastal property, look at the actual risks. Insurance companies are, and without insurance your holiday property might not be bankable
QV's David Nagel says before buying coastal property, look at the actual risks. Insurance companies are, and without insurance your holiday property might not be bankable
5th Jan 21, 9:58am
31st Dec 20, 11:06am
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QV's David Nagel thinks house prices will rise in 2021 because supply hasn't yet caught up, but the increases will fade from the hot 2020 rate to a warmer rate more like in 2019
QV's David Nagel thinks house prices will rise in 2021 because supply hasn't yet caught up, but the increases will fade from the hot 2020 rate to a warmer rate more like in 2019
31st Dec 20, 11:06am
23rd Dec 20, 2:01pm
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The value of residential real estate sold in Auckland jumps in 2020 and almost equals the value in the rest of the country, REINZ sales data shows. Tight supply and high demand feature almost everywhere
The value of residential real estate sold in Auckland jumps in 2020 and almost equals the value in the rest of the country, REINZ sales data shows. Tight supply and high demand feature almost everywhere
23rd Dec 20, 2:01pm
4th Dec 20, 9:02am
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Fonterra raises its 2020/2021 milk payout forecast to a mid-point of $7.00/kgMS, also says earnings rise on strong recovery in China's foodservice sector
Fonterra raises its 2020/2021 milk payout forecast to a mid-point of $7.00/kgMS, also says earnings rise on strong recovery in China's foodservice sector
4th Dec 20, 9:02am
25th Nov 20, 1:32pm
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Employment NZ points to things you should know about holiday closedowns, public holiday work and pay, cashing up vacation leave, and what happens if an employer wants to cancel a vacation arrangement
Employment NZ points to things you should know about holiday closedowns, public holiday work and pay, cashing up vacation leave, and what happens if an employer wants to cancel a vacation arrangement
25th Nov 20, 1:32pm
25th Nov 20, 10:46am
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Live-streamed video from the November 2020 RBNZ Financial Stability Review press conference with Governor Adrian Orr
Live-streamed video from the November 2020 RBNZ Financial Stability Review press conference with Governor Adrian Orr
25th Nov 20, 10:46am
23rd Nov 20, 11:38am
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Global foodservice struggles are set to extend into 2021, softening returns for NZ red meat exports. Beef production flat, but strong demand and tight supply for lamb. More focus on sustainability in supply chains
Global foodservice struggles are set to extend into 2021, softening returns for NZ red meat exports. Beef production flat, but strong demand and tight supply for lamb. More focus on sustainability in supply chains
23rd Nov 20, 11:38am
11th Nov 20, 2:51pm
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Live-streamed video from the November 2020 RBNZ Monetary Policy Statement press conference with Governor Adrian Orr
Live-streamed video from the November 2020 RBNZ Monetary Policy Statement press conference with Governor Adrian Orr
11th Nov 20, 2:51pm
9th Nov 20, 9:55am
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New survey of 15,000 expat Kiwis suggests about half of them plan to return to New Zealand
New survey of 15,000 expat Kiwis suggests about half of them plan to return to New Zealand
9th Nov 20, 9:55am
5th Nov 20, 1:15pm
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ANZ Business Outlook preliminary survey results for November show business confidence 'definitely could be worse!'
ANZ Business Outlook preliminary survey results for November show business confidence 'definitely could be worse!'
5th Nov 20, 1:15pm
15th Oct 20, 9:16pm
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Rabobank points out that significant diversification of our dairy trade away from China will be increasingly possible as other ASEAN countries face a growing dairy deficit - and New Zealand supply has some advantages
Rabobank points out that significant diversification of our dairy trade away from China will be increasingly possible as other ASEAN countries face a growing dairy deficit - and New Zealand supply has some advantages
15th Oct 20, 9:16pm
2nd Sep 20, 9:15am
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Latest Roy Morgan poll shows Labour's lead diminishes and they would need the Greens to win. Labour's losses are being picked up by the Greens and National
Latest Roy Morgan poll shows Labour's lead diminishes and they would need the Greens to win. Labour's losses are being picked up by the Greens and National
2nd Sep 20, 9:15am
31st Aug 20, 1:17pm
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ANZ Business Outlook for August shows that confidence is down but intentions and expectations saw 'relatively modest falls' compared to the first half of the month
ANZ Business Outlook for August shows that confidence is down but intentions and expectations saw 'relatively modest falls' compared to the first half of the month
31st Aug 20, 1:17pm
26th Aug 20, 11:45am
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Median weekly incomes down 8% in June quarter year-on-year as COVID-19 bites, Statistics New Zealand says
Median weekly incomes down 8% in June quarter year-on-year as COVID-19 bites, Statistics New Zealand says
26th Aug 20, 11:45am
12th Aug 20, 2:50pm
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Live-streamed video from the August 2020 RBNZ Monetary Policy Statement press conference with Governor Adrian Orr
Live-streamed video from the August 2020 RBNZ Monetary Policy Statement press conference with Governor Adrian Orr
12th Aug 20, 2:50pm
8th Aug 20, 8:30am
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Latest Roy Morgan poll shows PM Jacinda Ardern maintains ‘crushing’ lead over new National leader Judith Collins
Latest Roy Morgan poll shows PM Jacinda Ardern maintains ‘crushing’ lead over new National leader Judith Collins
8th Aug 20, 8:30am
28th Jul 20, 9:54am
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China moves to drive a wedge between Australia and New Zealand by shifting its agricultural trade purchases away from Australia as punishment for its alignment with the US
China moves to drive a wedge between Australia and New Zealand by shifting its agricultural trade purchases away from Australia as punishment for its alignment with the US
28th Jul 20, 9:54am
15th Jul 20, 4:48pm
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PM Jacinda Ardern on track for easy re-election as National’s leader Todd Muller resigns after fewer than two months in the job: Roy Morgan poll
PM Jacinda Ardern on track for easy re-election as National’s leader Todd Muller resigns after fewer than two months in the job: Roy Morgan poll
15th Jul 20, 4:48pm
30th Jun 20, 2:28pm
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New Zealand farmer confidence 'rose' in the second quarter of 2020, but remains in negative territory overall - with more of the country’s farmers pessimistic than optimistic about the year ahead: Rabobank
New Zealand farmer confidence 'rose' in the second quarter of 2020, but remains in negative territory overall - with more of the country’s farmers pessimistic than optimistic about the year ahead: Rabobank
30th Jun 20, 2:28pm

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