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Most people still think it's a bad time to buy a house
NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
16 August 2018
Most people still think it's a bad time to buy a house, and expect property prices will continue to rise over the next year
The largest ever gathering of key players in the infrastructure sector will take place in Auckland today
The largest ever gathering of key players in the infrastructure sector will take place in Auckland today...
Fonterra's new chief executive is expected to be far more approachable than his predecessor
Fonterra's new chief executive is expected to be far more approachable than his predecessor...
House prices have risen all over the country in the last year... except Auckland
House prices have risen all over the country in the last year... except Auckland...
Queenstown's mayor is being sued over the collapse of a Christchurch building company
Queenstown's mayor is being sued over the collapse of a Christchurch building company...
Adding to the increasing number of strikes today are workers at BlueScope Pacific Steel in Auckland
Adding to the increasing number of strikes today are workers at BlueScope Pacific Steel in Auckland...
Taking on more debt to make a good investment isn't a problem
Taking on more debt to make a good investment isn't a problem...
Tax relief for businesses still struggling post-earthquake has been extended
Tax relief for businesses still struggling post-earthquake has been extended...
Local businesses say a 1.5-million-dollar project to modify verandas along Dominion Road for double-decker buses is a waste of money
Local businesses say a 1.5-million-dollar project to modify verandas along Dominion Road for double-decker buses is a waste of money...
Vaea Fifita remains very much in the All Blacks frame
Vaea Fifita remains very much in the All Blacks frame...
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