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  •   Home > News > Business

    The Government is being commended for its plans to avoid a full lockdown when Omicron strikes

    The Government is being commended for its plans to avoid a full lockdown when Omicron strikes


    But Heart of the City chief executive Viv Beck says it will be a relief to many business owners, and will be crucial to keeping the economy going.

    She says the impact of shifting to Red is significant for hard-hit sectors -- but knowing what the plan is always helps.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

     Other Business News
     23 May: Direct flights between Queenstown and Australia are set to resume today
     22 May: Council of Trade Unions economist Craig Renney says the cost-of-living payment announced in the Budget targets the right people at the right time
     21 May: The Tourism Minister says New Zealand is getting closer and closer to reconnecting with the world
     21 May: Homes and businesses hit by a tornado in Levin yesterday are set to get help as the response and recovery phase kicks in
     21 May: The Crusaders have returned home in style, with a 61-3 crushing of the Fijian Drua, putting them in the box seat to take second spot in Super Rugby Pacific
     21 May: New Zealand red meat exports have hit just over 3-billion dollars during this year's first quarter
     20 May: It's hoped more competition will come about following the Government's war with the supermarket duopoly
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     Today's News

    Entertainment:
    Ahmed Benaissa has died at the age of 78 9:09

    Tennis:
    Two upsets have highlighted the opening day at the French Tennis Open in Paris 9:00

    Soccer:
    Four golfers are within three shots of Mito Pereira's lead on the back nine in the final round of the PGA Championship at Oklahoma 9:00

    Law and Order:
    Fears rise for 2,500 Ukrainian POWs from steel plant that Russia labelled neo-Nazis 8:30

    Motorsports:
    Supercars driver Shane van Gisbergen has finished second in races 13 and 15 and won race 14 over the weekend at the latest round in Winton 8:10

    Rugby League:
    The Sharks have defeated the Titans 25-18 on the Gold Coast in league's NRL 8:10

    Rugby:
    The Highlanders have suffered a 32-20 defeat to the Waratahs in their Super Rugby Pacific match at Dunedin 8:00

    International:
    Top women's seeds Ons Jabeur, Garbine Muguruza tumble in day one upsets at Roland Garros 8:00

    Auckland:
    A fire investigator is on the way to the scene of a building fire in Auckland's Royal Oak 7:50

    Law and Order:
    Police are looking for two people allegedly responsible for a stabbing in central Christchurch. 7:40


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