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  •   Home > News > Business

    The Prime Minister says international relationships have weakened

    The Prime Minister says international relationships have weakened


    While international student numbers have bounced back to new records in Australia - New Zealand's figures aren't at the same level.

    Chris Luxon says the country went internal, myopic and a bit negative over the past six years - and hasn't been out in the world.

    He says New Zealand's five million people in a world of eight billion - and a lot of relationships in tourism, international students and export markets, have gone cold.

    Luxon says they'll get on planes and get back out there.

    © 2024 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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     Today's News

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    Netball:
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    Accident and Emergency:
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    Rugby League:
    The Warriors have missed out on securing the signature of Sharks prop Braden Hamlin-Uele  13:47

    International:
    Carl Lewis likens World Athletics' radical long jump idea to April Fools' joke 13:07

    Law and Order:
    Two men aged 18-and -19 have been arrested - accused of a phishing scam sending millions of texts impersonating trusted establishments 13:07

    Business:
    The Warehouse Group is selling off outdoor brand Torpedo7 for one-dollar to a consortium of business people 12:27

    Business:
    The Warehouse Group has sold off outdoor brand, Torpedo7, to Tahua Partners for one-dollar 11:57

    Golf:
    Tiger Woods's 15-year-old son Charlie to compete in pre-qualifier for US PGA Tour event 11:17

    Business:
    Our largest airline and airport are warning tougher times lie ahead 11:07


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