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    Omicron: Scientists scramble to unpick secrets of new COVID variant as WHO calls for calm
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     27 November 2021
    The new Omicron coronavirus strain causes international borders to slam shut and global financial markets to plunge, amid fears about how current vaccines will fare against it.
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    World Rugby's eligibility rule change is set to bring financial relief for Pacific Island unions
    27 Nov: World Rugby's eligibility rule change is set to bring financial relief for Pacific Island unions... more
    Hopes Black Friday will be a boost for Auckland retailers
    27 Nov: Hopes Black Friday will be a boost for Auckland retailers... more
    Black Friday's been busy for Auckland retailers -- but not as busy as last year
    27 Nov: Black Friday's been busy for Auckland retailers -- but not as busy as last year... more
    Contaminated sugars have been recalled for the second time this month after they were found to have been sold by mistake
    27 Nov: Contaminated sugars have been recalled for the second time this month after they were found to have been sold by mistake... more
    The new Covid-19 variant has rattled global markets
    27 Nov: The new Covid-19 variant has rattled global markets... more
    Australians tipped to spend $5.4b over Black Friday and Cyber Monday but buyer beware: You may not be getting the best deals
    26 Nov: Black Friday and Cyber Monday are now firmly entrenched in the Australian sales calendar, rivalling more traditional sale events such as Boxing Day, but this November may not be the time to get the best deal.... more
    Central Wellington retailers may be struggling to see the bright side of Black Friday sales, with traffic plans dampening the mood
    26 Nov: Central Wellington retailers may be struggling to see the bright side of Black Friday sales, with traffic plans dampening the mood... more
    The retail sector is in for a much-needed boost today
    26 Nov: The retail sector is in for a much-needed boost today... more
    Record Black Friday, Cyber Monday sales forecast as shoppers get in early before Christmas
    25 Nov: November has now outpaced December as the biggest retail trading month of the year and shoppers are planning to spend even more this Black Friday and Cyber Monday in an effort to get gifts in time for Christmas.... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     17 Nov: Dairy prices have risen another 1.9 percent at the latest Global Dairy Trade auction overnight ++++++++++++++++++++
     01 Nov: High hopes for an environmentally friendly alternative for flying ++++++++++
     17 Nov: Eighteen percent of Blenheim businesses had damage to a value between 10 and 50-thousand dollars due to last month's flash flood +++++++++
     06 Nov: Two Guinness world records were broken overnight ++++++++
     29 Oct: Suggestions that home ownership is beyond the reach for many +++++++
     02 Nov: Big business 'sniffs' the green dollar at COP26 +++++++
     04 Nov: Palmerston North fire crews are fighting to extinguish a blaze at a commercial building +++++++

     Business NewsLinks
      28 Nov: Succession planning takes time and consideration (Stuff.co.nz)
      27 Nov: Another firm leaves new plymouth's inner-city mall following seismic review (Stuff.co.nz)
      27 Nov: Covid-19: new zealand's border reopening plans could wipe out $100m worth of business tourism (Stuff.co.nz)
      26 Nov: 'what do we do?' - store owners frustrated over crime wave (RadioNZ)
      26 Nov: Interim injunction order to prevent invercargill business being sold (Stuff.co.nz)
      26 Nov: Online sales help the warehouse as directors' fees increase (NZ Herald)
      26 Nov: Eroad makes net loss of $2.9m for six months to september (RadioNZ)
      26 Nov: Covid-19: businesses get more detail on operating under traffic light system (RadioNZ)
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     Today's News

    International:
    Western Australia tightens border with South Australia after new COVID cases and Omicron fears 22:13

    Technology:
    Phone and internet services in coastal Buller have been restored 21:53

    Auckland:
    Firefighters are battling a large forestry fire in Auckland's Whenuapai 21:13

    Business:
    Omicron: Scientists scramble to unpick secrets of new COVID variant as WHO calls for calm 20:03

    Soccer:
    The Wellington Phoenix are desperate to be back in front of their fans as soon as possible 18:53

    Rugby:
    All Blacks trainer Nick Gill has smashed a world Wattbike record 18:33

    Entertainment:
    Jessie J broke down in tears on stage while addressing her miscarriage 18:16

    International:
    Omicron COVID-19 variant has been detected in South Africa. Here is what we know 18:13

    Entertainment:
    Stephen Sondheim, Broadway composer of West Side Story, Sweeney Todd, dies aged 91 18:13

    Soccer:
    A team flushed with youth is a double-edged sword according to Wellington Phoenix coach Ufuk Talay  18:03

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