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    More than a hundred jobs could be on the line at a Northland Sawmill
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     23 January 2020
    More than a hundred jobs could be on the line at a Northland Sawmill
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    Workers at Cotton On are outraged the company's unexpectedly closed two Porirua stores
    23 Jan: Workers at Cotton On are outraged the company's unexpectedly closed two Porirua stores... more
    Saracens chairman Neil Golding claims another audit would've involved more financial and emotional strain
    23 Jan: Saracens chairman Neil Golding claims another audit would've involved more financial and emotional strain... more
    Netflix is dragging in huge numbers of new subscribers across the world....but growth in the US is a weak spot
    22 Jan: Netflix is dragging in huge numbers of new subscribers across the world....but growth in the US is a weak spot... more
    A new deal to support digital trade with Singapore and Chile
    22 Jan: A new deal to support digital trade with Singapore and Chile... more
    Prebbleton residents are concerned a new recycling plant will create pollution
    22 Jan: Prebbleton residents are concerned a new recycling plant will create pollution... more
    Electric car company Tesla has dismissed claims its vehicles sometimes accelerate without warning, saying they're false claims by speculators trying to spook the price of shares
    21 Jan: Electric car company Tesla has dismissed claims its vehicles sometimes accelerate without warning, saying they're false claims by speculators trying to spook the price of shares... more
    A resounding win for Australia's consumer watchdog, in its case against the travel website Trivago
    20 Jan: A resounding win for Australia's consumer watchdog, in its case against the travel website Trivago... more
    Vodafone New Zealand is offering 2000 staff the chance to head home early for the weekend for the rest of summer
    20 Jan: Vodafone New Zealand is offering 2000 staff the chance to head home early for the weekend for the rest of summer... more
    A prominent businessman charged with breaching suppression in the Grace Millane murder trial has been granted suppression himself
    20 Jan: A prominent businessman charged with breaching suppression in the Grace Millane murder trial has been granted suppression himself... more

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