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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Business articles  Business
    The Garden City is booming - with almost all accommodation booked out this month
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     7 February 2024
    The Garden City is booming - with almost all accommodation booked out this month
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    A bump to New Zealand's unemployment figures is forecast later this morning
    7 Feb: A bump to New Zealand's unemployment figures is forecast later this morning... more
    Good news for dairy farmers at the latest Global Dairy Trade auction overnight
    7 Feb: Good news for dairy farmers at the latest Global Dairy Trade auction overnight... more
    ANZ has defended its systems as robust, and says it takes scams seriously - after it missed a scam warning from the Banking Ombudsman
    6 Feb: ANZ has defended its systems as robust, and says it takes scams seriously - after it missed a scam warning from the Banking Ombudsman... more
    Consumer New Zealand says our biggest bank shouldn't have important emails falling through the cracks
    6 Feb: Consumer New Zealand says our biggest bank shouldn't have important emails falling through the cracks... more
    The now-scrapped Clean Car Discount's cost Kiwi taxpayers more than 330-million-dollars
    5 Feb: The now-scrapped Clean Car Discount's cost Kiwi taxpayers more than 330-million-dollars... more
    A tip off building in many regions could be unprofitable - as the cost of building new exceeds the price of buying existing homes
    5 Feb: A tip off building in many regions could be unprofitable - as the cost of building new exceeds the price of buying existing homes... more
    Auckland restaurateur and one-time mayoral candidate Leo Molloy has outed himself as the businessman charged with assaulting police, last July
    5 Feb: Auckland restaurateur and one-time mayoral candidate Leo Molloy has outed himself as the businessman charged with assaulting police, last July... more
    Kiwirail's been busy over the summer holidays - completing major upgrades across the country
    5 Feb: Kiwirail's been busy over the summer holidays - completing major upgrades across the country... more
    A fixture list congestion awaits the Wellington Phoenix Women heading into the business end of the Women's A-League season
    4 Feb: A fixture list congestion awaits the Wellington Phoenix Women heading into the business end of the Women's A-League season... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     26 Feb: Fast food operator Restaurant Brands says despite making record sales, it still has major cost issues ++++++++++++++
     01 Feb: Maori have just gained a stronger stake in deep water fishing +++++++++++
     22 Feb: The Government's urging our national carrier and largest airport to get back around the table, to settle their latest public stoush +++++++++++
     02 Feb: Sunny weather and the return of tourists hasn't equalled a bigger spend on hospitality this summer +++++++++
     26 Feb: One of Christchurch's most iconic bakeries is on the market for the first time in almost 40 years +++++++++
     07 Feb: The Garden City is booming - with almost all accommodation booked out this month ++++++++
     01 Feb: Farmers are protesting in France, Belgium and across Europe. What changes do they want the European Union to make? ++++++++

     Business NewsLinks
      28 Feb: Bates: toxic post office can't get its act together (BBCWorld)
      28 Feb: High interest rates to continue for longer - anz economist (RadioNZ)
      28 Feb: New york jury finds two men guilty of 2002 murder of run-dmc's jam master jay (RadioNZ)
      28 Feb: Spark reports large revenue and profit drop (RadioNZ)
      24 Feb: Ai chip firm nvidia valued at $2tn (BBCWorld)
      23 Feb: Up to 50 roles may go at pwc new zealand as demand falls (RadioNZ)
      21 Feb: Market uncertainty behind drop in business credit applications - equifax (RadioNZ)
      19 Feb: Cen performance demonstrates underlying business health (sharechat.co.nz)
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     Today's News

    Law and Order:
    The man who killed 27-year-old Wiremu Arapo nearly four years ago has been sentenced to life with a non-parole period of 17 years 12:37

    Law and Order:
    Two young people have been taken into police custody, after a Police pursuit in South Auckland overnight 12:27

    Entertainment:
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    Business:
    The Retirement Village Association say operators have made changes to their contracts after an advertising complaint 12:07

    Golf:
    Australian Matthew Griffin has the outright lead in the first round of the New Zealand Golf Open in Queenstown 12:07

    Law and Order:
    Sending an 80-yar-old Auckland man to jail for ten years for the murder of his wife, has been ruled as going too far 11:57

    Entertainment:
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