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    Corporate sponsors of the Tokyo Games are standing by the IOC and are unlikely seek the return of billions of dollars committed to the agreements
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     25 March 2020
    Corporate sponsors of the Tokyo Games are standing by the IOC and are unlikely seek the return of billions of dollars committed to the agreements
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    Discussions are continuing about whether Bottle Stores are essential
    24 Mar: Discussions are continuing about whether Bottle Stores are essential... more
    There are plenty of closed signs going up around the country,
    24 Mar: There are plenty of closed signs going up around the country,... more
    The Reserve Bank is being urged to take the Official Cash Rate below zero
    24 Mar: The Reserve Bank is being urged to take the Official Cash Rate below zero... more
    Heightened health protocols will cause only minor hold-ups to Fonterra's milk operations through the four-week lockdown
    24 Mar: Heightened health protocols will cause only minor hold-ups to Fonterra's milk operations through the four-week lockdown... more
    Calls for shovel-ready council projects to be put back into play
    24 Mar: Calls for shovel-ready council projects to be put back into play... more
    Fears more businesses will close if the Government doesn't guarantee their incomes
    24 Mar: Fears more businesses will close if the Government doesn't guarantee their incomes... more
    Gaming business Federal Group to stand down 1,500 Tasmanian staff over coronavirus restrictions
    23 Mar: Gaming business Federal Group says it will not have jobs for about 1,500 of its 1,930 Tasmanian workers because of restrictions on the operation of hotels and casinos introduced to prevent the spread of coronavirus.... more
    Asian sharemarkets have sunk as a rising tide of national lockdowns threaten to overwhelm frantic efforts to cushion a likely deep global recession
    23 Mar: Asian sharemarkets have sunk as a rising tide of national lockdowns threaten to overwhelm frantic efforts to cushion a likely deep global recession... more
    New Zealand has moved into COVID-19 alert level three, after the number of confirmed cases today reached 102
    23 Mar: New Zealand has moved into COVID-19 alert level three, after the number of confirmed cases today reached 102... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     14 Mar: Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is stepping down from the company's board... to concentrate on his philanthropic work ++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     20 Mar: Originair, which operates between Nelson, Wellington and Palmerston North, is reassuring passengers that despite dropping numbers, they can book with confidence ++++++++++++++++++++
     13 Mar: A Canterbury wine company fined 1.7 million dollars - won't be able to pay up ++++++++++++
     26 Mar: What happens when someone gets coronavirus, what are the symptoms as it gets worse and how can it kill? +++++++++
     24 Mar: Heightened health protocols will cause only minor hold-ups to Fonterra's milk operations through the four-week lockdown +++++++++
     31 Mar: The Earthquake Commission's disappointed a tiff with an insurance company has progressed to the courts ++++++++
     23 Mar: More changes to the way Auckland Transport buses navigate around Covid-19 ++++++++

     Business NewsLinks
      6 Apr: Coronavirus: whanau-based business likely to be hit worst by economic fallout (Stuff.co.nz)
      5 Apr: Air nz flight carrying thousands of masks lands in auckland (NZ Herald)
      5 Apr: Madam cj walker: 'an inspiration to us all' (BBCWorld)
      5 Apr: Lock-down diaries: how one business is trying to stay alive (Stuff.co.nz)
      4 Apr: Is heartcore the exercise regime behind meghan's new body? (NZ Herald)
      4 Apr: Business leaders making big calls to survive coronavirus (Stuff.co.nz)
      3 Apr: Local focus: virtual tour of nz almost as good as going there (NZ Herald)
      3 Apr: Coronavirus: nrl as essential exercise? the game might want to look outside itself (Stuff.co.nz)
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     Today's News

    Rugby League:
    The NRL admits it will go ahead without the Warriors if need be 9:27

    Rugby League:
    Former Queensland coach Graham Lowe wants New Zealand and a combined Pacific Island team included in league's State of Origin, rather than relaxing eligibility rules 8:17

    Health & Safety:
    Queen Elizabeth II calls on Commonwealth members to show resolve during coronavirus outbreak 8:07

    Business:
    Israel Folau could be out of pocket if Rugby Australia are forced into insolvency 8:07

    Rugby League:
    Cronulla backrower Wade Graham is supporting calls to ditch the bunker when the competition restarts and solely revert to a captain's challenge system 8:06

    Basketball:
    The coronavirus lockdown is the first for most, but it's basketballer Corey Webster's third 7:56

    Environment:
    Expect a few showers between your hot cross buns next weekend 7:46

    Entertainment:
    Nikki Bella isn’t sure if she’ll take Artem Chigvintsev’s surname when they marry 6:47

    Entertainment:
    Sarah Hyland discussed marriage with Wells Adams “four days after” they started dating 6:17

    Living & Travel:
    Cyclone Harold bears down on Vanuatu, predicted to bring winds of 215kph 6:06

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