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    Reassurances the United States can't stop us from accessing medication
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     2 July 2020
    Reassurances the United States can't stop us from accessing medication
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    Wigan is the latest English football league club to enter administration. It probably won't be the last
    2 Jul: Wigan has become the third English football league club this season to fall into administration, but with coronavirus causing financial pain to clubs across the country, they are unlikely to be the last.... more
    A regional freight hub being built near Palmerston North is being dubbed a significant milestone
    2 Jul: A regional freight hub being built near Palmerston North is being dubbed a significant milestone... more
    Auckland property sales have defied forecasts
    2 Jul: Auckland property sales have defied forecasts... more
    The need for a trans-Tasman bubble has been underlined in a new survey of hoteliers
    2 Jul: The need for a trans-Tasman bubble has been underlined in a new survey of hoteliers... more
    A six month delay in the completion of the Puhoi to Warkworth motorway, north of Auckland
    2 Jul: A six month delay in the completion of the Puhoi to Warkworth motorway, north of Auckland... more
    The Principle race officer for the America's Cup is confident the event will go ahead in Auckland despite the concerns over the financial management of the event
    1 Jul: The Principle race officer for the America's Cup is confident the event will go ahead in Auckland despite the concerns over the financial management of the event... more
    15 million dollars of earthworks will mark the start of Queenstown's central business district extension
    1 Jul: 15 million dollars of earthworks will mark the start of Queenstown's central business district extension... more
    Sheep and beef are the most confident farming sectors at the moment
    1 Jul: Sheep and beef are the most confident farming sectors at the moment... more
    Fire crews have left the scene of a fire, in the 21st floor of the newly opened Commercial Bay shopping centre in Auckland's CBD
    1 Jul: Fire crews have left the scene of a fire, in the 21st floor of the newly opened Commercial Bay shopping centre in Auckland's CBD... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     08 Jun: A Nelson pharmacy's been fined more than 300-thousand-dollars for price fixing ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     04 Jun: Some concern about the effects of changes to University Entrance for students due to Covid-19 ++++++++++++++++
     03 Jun: Spending by international students and visitors in New Zealand fell 239-million dollars in the year to March 2020, compared with the year to December 2019 +++++++++++
     10 Jun: Air New Zealand shares have been recovering - but it might not be as good as it seems +++++++
     10 Jun: One of Jacinda Ardern's ministers is joining the Prime Minister in expressing their disappointment at The Warehouse ++++++
     15 Jun: Dairy farmers aren't overly optimistic that a wide ranging milk payout will be narrowed ++++++
     16 Jun: Flights are scheduled to take off between Auckland and Shanghai next week +++++

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      3 Jul: 'i've been stared at in disbelief when i introduce myself' (BBCWorld)
      2 Jul: Govt stops america's cup funding amid team nz investigation (NZ Herald)
      2 Jul: 'stop interfering in our affairs': china's warning to new zealand after winston peters criticises security law (NZ Herald)
      2 Jul: Climate-focused business group recieves council funding (Stuff.co.nz)
      2 Jul: Sir ron brierley gets overseas investment office consent to sell stake in orams marine business (NZ Herald)
      2 Jul: Canadian firm buys a quarter stake in fonterra's biggest supplier, dairy holdings (Stuff.co.nz)
      2 Jul: Shalini ltd loses fight against $100k migrant exploitation penalties (Stuff.co.nz)
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