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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Business articles  Business
    The 2024 tax season is well under way -- with 2.7 million New Zealanders already receiving assessments
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     17 June 2024
    The 2024 tax season is well under way -- with 2.7 million New Zealanders already receiving assessments
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    The national average house price is falling, despite increasing in most regions
    17 Jun: The national average house price is falling, despite increasing in most regions... more
    Aucklanders train services will continue to be amiss, as industrial action reaches its second week
    17 Jun: Aucklanders train services will continue to be amiss, as industrial action reaches its second week... more
    New Caledonia's La Tontouta international airport reopens, curfew reduced as riots ease
    17 Jun: La Tontouta international airport will reopen to commercial flights from today and an overnight curfew in the territory will be reduced as unrest continues to ease.... more
    Auckland Transport's recommending customers catch rail replacement buses or regular buses as train services will be very limited today
    16 Jun: Auckland Transport's recommending customers catch rail replacement buses or regular buses as train services will be very limited today... more
    Tough times for WorkSafe have been laid bare - in a newly released Cabinet paper
    15 Jun: Tough times for WorkSafe have been laid bare - in a newly released Cabinet paper... more
    Violent clashes in Buenos Aires as Argentina's President Javier Milei narrowly wins vote on radical economic reforms
    14 Jun: Argentina's president claims victory after managing to pass his new reforms through the Senate, while demonstrators and police clash outside.... more
    Experts say thousands of home owners face property value loss due to new flood modelling. In Melbourne, the process has begun
    14 Jun: A new report finds that by 2030, more than 3 million Australian homes could have exposure to some level of riverine flooding and it could leave home owners in precarious financial positions.... more
    Fruit and vegetable prices have dropped dramatically
    14 Jun: Fruit and vegetable prices have dropped dramatically... more
    It keeps getting harder to find a job
    14 Jun: It keeps getting harder to find a job... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     24 May: A city in South Korea is offering small apartments for $11 a month. Why isn't Australia doing the same? ++++++++++++++
     20 May: A central Auckland retailer is facing charges - accused of buying stolen chocolate +++++++++++
     30 May: Hopes key population data released from the Census will be able to influence Government policy +++++++++
     06 Jun: Free RAT tests will continue to be available for Kiwis - for now +++++++++
     29 May: Smith and Caughey's chair says a culmination of issues are forcing them to shut up shop ++++++++
     28 May: Ryman Healthcare is continuing to press pause on more new retirement village developments ++++++++
     23 May: Parts of our economy are continuing to provide inflation pressures for the Reserve Bank ++++++++

     Business NewsLinks
      18 Jun: Vpns and the law: how often does law enforcement actually request vpn logs? (PC World)
      17 Jun: Buy-now-pay-later platform laybuy in receivership (RadioNZ)
      17 Jun: 'absolute plunge in business profits' could be just the start of downturn - economist (Stuff.co.nz)
      17 Jun: Farming family innovates with recycled viticulture posts (Stuff.co.nz)
      17 Jun: Sailpoint unveils ai-powered app onboarding to streamline integration (ITBrief)
      17 Jun: 'absolute plunge in business profits' could be just the start of downturn - economist (RadioNZ)
      17 Jun: Live: pm flies commercial to japan, leaving delegation behind (Stuff.co.nz)
      17 Jun: Christopher luxon 'frustrated' as trade mission to japan nearly derailed by defence force plane breakdown (RadioNZ)
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