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    Returning a surplus to the Government is no longer a requirement for Housing New Zealand
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     21 September 2018
    Returning a surplus to the Government is no longer a requirement for Housing New Zealand
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    NRL referees will take industrial action against the organisation
    21 Sep: NRL referees will take industrial action against the organisation, but the finals series will remain unaffected... more
    More money but less housing
    21 Sep: More money but less housing... more
    About 6000 employees of the country's largest retailer are getting bonuses - after a tough year
    21 Sep: About 6000 employees of the country's largest retailer are getting bonuses - after a tough year... more
    In business news .
    21 Sep: In business news .... more
    The Finance Minister says the latest GDP result is a good
    21 Sep: The Finance Minister says the latest GDP result is a good, solid one for the quarter... more
    Revised NT alcohol plan 'unfairly targets' licensed grocery store owners, representatives say
    20 Sep: The Northern Territory Government revises a plan to reduce alcohol-related harm in order to balance the interests of small business owners — yet industry representatives said they still feel "unfairly targeted".... more
    Solomon Islands' killer croc problem could be tamed by crocodile tourism
    20 Sep: Amid a growing number of fatal crocodile attacks in Solomon Islands, authorities are searching for new ways to manage the reptiles — but first they have to figure out how many there are.... more
    NRL chief executive Todd Greenberg is shrugging off the threat of industrial action from the referees union over pay and working conditions
    20 Sep: NRL chief executive Todd Greenberg is shrugging off the threat of industrial action from the referees union over pay and working conditions... more
    A warning to car buyers - beware of cowboys
    20 Sep: A warning to car buyers - beware of cowboys... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     06 Sep: It isn't usual for ministers to be using private email accounts for Government business +++++++++++++++
     08 Sep: Workers at OceanaGold's Waihi mine are going on strike from tonight ++++++++++
     10 Sep: Influenza is suspected as the cause of an outbreak of illness on a Virgin Australia plane which flew into Auckland today ++++++++++
     07 Sep: A 1.3-million-dollar Provincial Growth Fund injection for the forestry sector in Tairawhiti ++++++++++
     12 Sep: More university students are needing financial help - despite extra cash in the pockets this year +++++++++
     31 Aug: Fossil record points to 'major transformation' of Australian ecosystems in next 100 years ++++++++
     07 Sep: Christchurch Police have arrested and charged a 28-year-old man in relation to a recent commercial burglary where four vehicles were stolen including two classic cars +++++++

     Business NewsLinks
      22 Sep: Greg boyed and the challenges he faced: 'limelight comes with the job' (NZ Herald)
      22 Sep: All black rieko ioane's contract is risky business (NZ Herald)
      21 Sep: Note to hirers: get on social media (NZ Herald)
      21 Sep: Man running brothel out of rented house forced to close doors (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 Sep: New zealand 'extremely disappointed', russia's anti-doping agency reinstated (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 Sep: Warehouse earnings fall 13% in year of 'significant change' (sharechat.co.nz)
      21 Sep: New southland venison processing plant opens for business (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 Sep: Despite protests, russia's anti-doping agency reinstated (Stuff.co.nz)
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