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    Tens of businesses across Northland are shutting up shop today after news of a Covid-19 exposure
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     25 January 2021
    Tens of businesses across Northland are shutting up shop today after news of a Covid-19 exposure
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    Another sign that some of the economic pain of 2020, has been dealt to
    25 Jan: Another sign that some of the economic pain of 2020, has been dealt to... more
    Water supply levels are still well below normal in Auckland
    24 Jan: Water supply levels are still well below normal in Auckland... more
    A lottery jackpot of more than a billion US dollars has been struck...after growing steadily since September last year
    24 Jan: A lottery jackpot of more than a billion US dollars has been struck...after growing steadily since September last year... more
    AstraZeneca will cut deliveries of its Covid-19 vaccine to the European Union, by 60 percent in the first quarter of this year
    23 Jan: AstraZeneca will cut deliveries of its Covid-19 vaccine to the European Union, by 60 percent in the first quarter of this year... more
    Olympic Games not just financial, it's spiritual, says Lord Sebastian Coe, president of World Athletics
    23 Jan: President of World Athletics, Lord Sebastian Coe, says the financial cost of a cancelled Olympics would be devastating, but that is not the main reason the Olympics has to go ahead.... more
    The inflation rate is better than expected, but some say the gap between rich and poor is getting worse
    22 Jan: The inflation rate is better than expected, but some say the gap between rich and poor is getting worse... more
    Inflation rates show the economy is recovering well, maybe too well in some sectors
    22 Jan: Inflation rates show the economy is recovering well, maybe too well in some sectors... more
    Four upper North Island supermarkets sold in musical chairs-style of transactions
    22 Jan: Four upper North Island supermarkets worth tens of millions of dollars are being sold in a musical chairs-style of transactions... more
    A financial expert says interest rates will rise, but not as quickly as some might hope
    22 Jan: A financial expert says interest rates will rise, but not as quickly as some might hope... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     07 Jan: ???1;A lot of new faces making the most of the holiday period in the Nelson and Tasman areas ++++++++++++++++++++
     10 Jan: After a year of uncertainty, many New Zealanders plan to take the plunge and change jobs +++++++++++++
     12 Jan: Vodafone's data services are facing issues nationwide ++++++++++++
     06 Jan: A promising start at the first Global Dairy Trade event of the year +++++++++
     22 Jan: Four upper North Island supermarkets sold in musical chairs-style of transactions ++++++++
     29 Dec: Many of us were out spending on Boxing Day ++++++++
     29 Dec: A much needed summer injection for New Zealand's tourism capital ++++++++

     Business NewsLinks
      25 Jan: Brett duncan: queenstown businesses not a cash cow (NZ Herald)
      25 Jan: Covid-19: northland community will be 'frustrated' by new coronavirus case (Stuff.co.nz)
      24 Jan: Covid-19: business owners visited by new case 'not contacted' by ministry (Stuff.co.nz)
      24 Jan: Uncertain times ahead spur business caution in taupo hospitality (Stuff.co.nz)
      23 Jan: Prince andrew's company could close amid epstein scandal fallout (NZ Herald)
      23 Jan: Safety concerns at revamped new plymouth thoroughfare intersection (Stuff.co.nz)
      22 Jan: Indoor playground job ad asks applicants to clean up after 'annoying little kids' (Stuff.co.nz)
      22 Jan: Beckhams pay themselves £21m despite business losses (BBCWorld)
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