News | Business
22 Feb 2019 3:49
NZCity News
NZCity CalculatorReturn to NZCity

  • Start Page
  • Personalise
  • Sport
  • Weather
  • Finance
  • Shopping
  • Jobs
  • Horoscopes
  • Lotto Results
  • Photo Gallery
  • Site Gallery
  • TVNow
  • Dating
  • SearchNZ
  • NZSearch
  • Crime.co.nz
  • RugbyLeague
  • Make Home
  • About NZCity
  • Contact NZCity
  • Your Privacy
  • Advertising
  • Login
  • Join for Free

  •   Home > News > Business

    Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters has made an impromptu speech at Waitangi, to deliver a message to Maoridom

    Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters has made an impromptu speech at Waitangi, to deliver a message to Maoridom


    Political reporter Alex Mason is there.



    -------------

    A 15-year-old will spend at least 10 years behind bars for the murder of a Hawke's Bay man.

    Haami Hanara has been sentenced to life in prison, for the murder of 40-year-old Kelly Donner at Flaxmere Tavern in March last year.

    Scarlett Cvitanovich reports



    -------------

    A property developer who's opened emergency accommodation for students in Wellington has received a flurry of enquiries in response.

    But they're mostly from those who still haven't found a flat and are desperate to secure something long-term.

    Ian Cassels has slashed the price of rooms to 20-dollars a night in a university hostel building he owns.

    -------------

    MALCOLM TURNBULL has weighed in on Australia's BANKING ROYAL COMMISSION -- admitting it will be hard for banks to change their culture.

    76 recommendations have been accepted by the Aussie Government .. following the release of the report on Monday.

    The FORMER PM says heads will roll..




    Meanwhile The New Zealand banking industry could face increased scrutiny following the Australian banking Royal Commission report.

    The report released on Monday, is calling for tougher regulation, more scrutiny of pay and has made 76 recommendations to overhaul the industry.

    Kiwibank chief executive Steve Jurkovich says there are still a number of tough questions to be asked.

    He says there's going to be an ever-heightening level of scrutiny around whether customers getting a fair deal and how its proved.

    -----------

    Flooding in North Queensland continues to cause trouble.

    Two men are missing AND more torrential rain has fallen in Townsville.. causing MORE emergency alerts in the area.

    Water levels are subsiding in some hard-hit suburbs.. where the PRIME MINISTER has met flood victims.

    Scott Morrison says some of the scenes have been shocking:



    -----------


    In Sport..............Frankie Mackay believes a five year absence from international cricket has had its positives.

    The Canterbury opener will make her return to the New Zealand side in the Twenty20 series with India.

    Mackay hasn't appeared for the White Ferns since 2014 and says she's changed since then.



    Game one is in Wellington today



    Breakers duo Shawn Long and Tai Wesley have been nominated for the Australian basketball league's top award.

    They're both up for Most Valuable Player, on the shortlist of 20 headed by the Sydney Kings' Andrew Bogut and Melbourne's Casper Ware.

    Fellow Breaker Jarrad Weeks is up for 'sixth man' for his efforts off the bench, as well as most improved player.

    Long is also nominated for defensive player of the year.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


     Other Business News
     21 Feb: Grant Robertson says there's no cut and dried view on whether a capital gains tax would bump up rents
     21 Feb: Wellington's train drivers are being snapped up by KiwiRail leaving the public transport system short
     21 Feb: A closer eye is to be kept on Serco's management of Kohuora - Auckland South Corrections Facility
     21 Feb: A multimillion dollar do up for a popular Queenstown attraction has been given the green light
     20 Feb: Troubled Fletcher Building has returned a profit in its interim results
     20 Feb: A call to the government to add bus drivers to the national skill shortage list
     20 Feb: WeChat's most censored topics in 2018 include US-China trade war, Huawei CFO arrest
     Top Stories

    RUGBY RUGBY
    The Chiefs are taking no chances with Brad Weber More...


    BUSINESS BUSINESS
    Grant Robertson says there's no cut and dried view on whether a capital gains tax would bump up rents More...



     Today's News

    Rugby:
    The Chiefs are taking no chances with Brad Weber 21:56

    Entertainment:
    Russell Brand wants men to "communicate more openly" about mental health issues 21:37

    Environment:
    Rats have infested this remote atoll near Tahiti, but an eradication attempt aims to turn back the clock 21:16

    Law and Order:
    Police have revealed more details about a shooting after a bank robbery today 21:16

    Entertainment:
    Victoria Beckham drives her husband David "crazy" with her mess 21:07

    International:
    Chiropractor stopped from working with children after baby video outrage 21:06

    Entertainment:
    Simon Cowell has become obsessed with watching old episodes of crime series 'Columbo' 20:37

    Entertainment:
    Pete Davidson reportedly cancelled a sold-out comedy show the day before it was due to take place 20:07

    Entertainment:
    Jada Pinkett Smith has praised Anne Hathaway as "an ally" to women of colour 19:37

    Entertainment:
    Kerry Katona says Westlife bought her daughter Molly "all sorts of designer stuff" when she was born 19:07


     News Search






    Power Search


    © 2019 New Zealand City Ltd