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Hanover investigation cost over $1m
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The Serious Fraud Office spent more than $1 million investigating collapsed finance company Hanover Finance, but did not lay any fraud charges.
Dominion Finance director admits charges
Ann Butler has admitted seven charges of making untrue statements laid by the Financial Markets Authority following the collapse of Dominion Finance....
Warehouse on track for profit forecast
The Warehouse Group says it is on course to meet its annual profit forecast of between $73m-$76m....
NZ dollar slips after US jobs report
An upbeat prediction about US jobs has forced the NZ dollar lower against the greenback....
Less speed bumps around low decile schools
A new study has found streets around lower decile schools in Auckland employ less speed-management measures than higher decile schools....
Another SOE share sale coming up
Finance Minister Bill English is expected to announce the government's next state-owned power company share sale in Thursday's budget....
Air NZ seeks cancellation of settlement
Air NZ has applied to the High Court to cancel a settlement with the Commerce Commission over allegations of collusion with other airlines....
NZX 50 near peak before Mighty River debut
The New Zealand sharemarket was little changed near its record high a day before Might River Power shares start trading....
Fewer jobless helps boost kiwi dollar
Better-than-expected labour data underpinned gains in the trans-Tasman economies, with the jobs markets in both nations having shown signs of strain....
Property values are 4% above 2007 peak
Property values in greater Auckland climbed 12 per cent to $628,205 in the latest 12 months and in Christchurch they rose 9.4 per cent to $418,829....
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