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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Business articles  Business
    A drop in fuel prices has helped lower earning households
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     27 July 2020
    A drop in fuel prices has helped lower earning households
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    A survey has found traces of glyphosate in one-in-five honey samples - but beekeepers say it's a tricky situation
    27 Jul: A survey has found traces of glyphosate in one-in-five honey samples - but beekeepers say it's a tricky situation... more
    Support for the Government's decision to increase electrification of industrial processes in the lower South Island
    27 Jul: Support for the Government's decision to increase electrification of industrial processes in the lower South Island... more
    The recent massive uptake in online shopping has prompted Countdown to announce a new dedicated eStore for Grenada North, Wellington
    26 Jul: The recent massive uptake in online shopping has prompted Countdown to announce a new dedicated eStore for Grenada North, Wellington... more
    The Government's being told to not just focus on getting rid of coal boilers
    26 Jul: The Government's being told to not just focus on getting rid of coal boilers... more
    A wealthy, prominent New Zealand businessman facing indecent assault and corruption charges has failed in his bid to vary his bail conditions
    26 Jul: A wealthy, prominent New Zealand businessman facing indecent assault and corruption charges has failed in his bid to vary his bail conditions... more
    The #FreeBritney movement made it to court. Here's what you need to know about the Britney Spears case
    25 Jul: She's undoubtedly one of the most famous singers of our time but Britney Spears hasn't been in control of her financial assets for over 12 years. Here's why.... more
    Kiwirail has been ordered to pay more than 157-thousand dollars after a worker lost a leg
    24 Jul: Kiwirail has been ordered to pay more than 157-thousand dollars after a worker lost a leg... more
    A network of earthquake sensors is being trialled in central Wellington
    24 Jul: A network of earthquake sensors is being trialled in central Wellington... more
    Retail spending in Christchurch has bounced back to pre-Covid levels.
    24 Jul: Retail spending in Christchurch has bounced back to pre-Covid levels.... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     10 Jul: Domestic travel has seen a spike with trips to Australia and the Pacific Islands called off during the school holidays +++++++++++++++++++++++
     17 Jul: A Christchurch based aviation company is flying against the tourism downturn after buying Nelson's Tasman Helicopters +++++++++++++++++++
     15 Jul: The country's highest court has ruled against the company that's proposing a new open cast coal mine on the West Coast ++++++++++++++++++
     24 Jul: A boost to Nelson, Marlborough and Blenheim, with 53-million dollars being pumped into a range of projects ++++++++++++++++
     18 Jul: Indonesia struggles with rising coronavirus infections as tests become commercialised ++++++++
     25 Jul: The #FreeBritney movement made it to court. Here's what you need to know about the Britney Spears case +++++++
     26 Jul: The Government's being told to not just focus on getting rid of coal boilers +++++++

     Business NewsLinks
      7 Aug: Candiace dillard bassett just made a major announcement (Stuff.co.nz)
      7 Aug: Man sentenced after huge illegal kaimoana buy (RadioNZ)
      7 Aug: Builder gave blackmarket seafood to business associates, court told (Stuff.co.nz)
      7 Aug: Golf biz out of lockdown and straight to $10k giveaway (Stuff.co.nz)
      7 Aug: Covid-19: government hiring for two-year fixed term managed isolation and quarantine roles (NZ Herald)
      7 Aug: Pipe down: harmony restored after 'sadness' of losing old organ (Stuff.co.nz)
      7 Aug: Teenage basketball talent leah mafua getting down to business in the united states (Stuff.co.nz)
      7 Aug: Uber takes $1.78 billion covid 19 hit despite 103 per cent rise in uber eats revenue (NZ Herald)
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