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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Business articles  Business
    Excitement from businesses, as the prospects grow for a transtasman bubble
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     30 September 2020
    Excitement from businesses, as the prospects grow for a transtasman bubble
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    Turbulent times for Airways New Zealand
    30 Sep: Turbulent times for Airways New Zealand... more
    NZ Rugby reacts for first time to South African Union's decision to leave Super Rugby
    30 Sep: New Zealand Rugby has reacted for the first time to the South African Union's decision to take its teams out of Super Rugby and an expanded Pro 14 competition in Europe... more
    A suggestion the devil is in the detail when it comes to the Greens' plans for zero emission vehicles
    30 Sep: A suggestion the devil is in the detail when it comes to the Greens' plans for zero emission vehicles... more
    The Dental Association says it's thrilled with Labour's election plans for the health sector
    29 Sep: The Dental Association says it's thrilled with Labour's election plans for the health sector... more
    Donald Trump says he's paid "many millions of dollars in taxes" but was entitled to depreciation and tax credits
    29 Sep: Donald Trump says he's paid "many millions of dollars in taxes" but was entitled to depreciation and tax credits... more
    The Finance Minister says there's a deal to be done at Ihumatao
    28 Sep: The Finance Minister says there's a deal to be done at Ihumatao... more
    Businesses want a more open border -- as long as Kiwis aren't at risk
    28 Sep: Businesses want a more open border -- as long as Kiwis aren't at risk... more
    Infant formula maker Synlait Milk says its annual net profit dropped nine per cent to 75.2 million dollars, reflecting new acquisitions in the past two years
    28 Sep: Infant formula maker Synlait Milk says its annual net profit dropped nine per cent to 75.2 million dollars, reflecting new acquisitions in the past two years... more
    The bill to compensate Mid Canterbury farmers found with Mycoplasma bovis in their herds might be around 17-million dollars
    28 Sep: The bill to compensate Mid Canterbury farmers found with Mycoplasma bovis in their herds might be around 17-million dollars... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     11 Sep: Labour wants to target high-value overseas investments like Microsoft - to inject life into the post-Covid economy ++++++++++++++++++++
     07 Sep: Air New Zealand's airfares are flying high with its monopoly on domestic travel, with its competition lying low for now ++++++++++++++
     18 Sep: Mixed reactions to the Commerce Commission's request to improve mobile phone plans through easier comparisons ++++++++++++
     18 Sep: Consumer New Zealand is concerned about how many people are paying too much for their mobile phone plans +++++++++++
     08 Sep: Southern Response's lost bid to have a court decision overturned for a Christchurch quake claim case, could cost it nearly 700-million dollars ++++++++
     11 Sep: An independent review has warned about the pitfalls of social media after a dairying couple were stripped of their Share Farmers of the Year title +++++++
     18 Sep: Fonterra's boss says the company is on the home straight - when it comes to debt and earnings ++++++

     Business NewsLinks
      30 Sep: Man accused of robbing banks and business with fake gun arrested (RadioNZ)
      30 Sep: Let's get wellington moving business cases delayed by months (NZ Herald)
      30 Sep: Soft loans promise to kickstart vanuatu covid bruised economy (RadioNZ)
      30 Sep: The duopoly strikes again (Aardvark)
      30 Sep: Lenovo thinkbooks offer intel or amd cpus and a few surprising features (PC World)
      29 Sep: Phil twyford speaks small business in whakatane (RadioNZ)
      29 Sep: Business leaders ponder labour 2.0: 'there is room for much better communication' (Stuff.co.nz)
      29 Sep: In taranaki, just transition to low-carbon economy fails to materialise (Stuff.co.nz)
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