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    The Government's keeping quiet about any plans to fix the housing market
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     18 January 2021
    The Government's keeping quiet about any plans to fix the housing market
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    Ongoing uncertainty for the Mackenzie District - hard hit by international tourist restrictions in 2020
    18 Jan: Ongoing uncertainty for the Mackenzie District - hard hit by international tourist restrictions in 2020... more
    About half of Auckland's bus and rail passengers are getting a price hike ... of up to 35 cents a journey
    18 Jan: About half of Auckland's bus and rail passengers are getting a price hike ... of up to 35 cents a journey... more
    A West Coast institution has been saved from permanent closure
    18 Jan: A West Coast institution has been saved from permanent closure... more
    A push to inspire entrepreneurial Cantabrians
    18 Jan: A push to inspire entrepreneurial Cantabrians... more
    Coronavirus border uncertainty worsens skills shortages in WA
    17 Jan: Anne Norman and Jamie Damaso have been trying to get to Western Australia for months — fielding multiple offers of work in the process — but so far they've been unsuccessful. Industry groups say WA's hard border is putting pressure on businesses and worke... more
    The first Saturday housing auctions of 2021 have been even busier than expected
    17 Jan: The first Saturday housing auctions of 2021 have been even busier than expected... more
    Record high prices for fruit and vegetables are a reminder to look for what's in season...to get the best value
    16 Jan: Record high prices for fruit and vegetables are a reminder to look for what's in season...to get the best value... more
    Tomato, courgette and potato prices have fallen off the record prices they hit last year
    15 Jan: Tomato, courgette and potato prices have fallen off the record prices they hit last year... more
    A prediction the red-hot running property market won't cool anytime soon
    15 Jan: A prediction the red-hot running property market won't cool anytime soon... more

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     07 Jan: ???1;A lot of new faces making the most of the holiday period in the Nelson and Tasman areas +++++++++++++
     06 Jan: A promising start at the first Global Dairy Trade event of the year ++++++++
     24 Dec: Kiwis are one step closer to a Covid-19 vaccine after nine large freezers capable of storing 1.5 million vaccine doses were unloaded at the Ports of Auckland today +++++++
     29 Dec: A much needed summer injection for New Zealand's tourism capital +++++++
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     Business NewsLinks
      18 Jan: Blackwell global holdings limited (nzx: bgi) restructure of business operations (sharechat.co.nz)
      17 Jan: Police call-outs and angry neighbours for motel in emergency housing bind (Stuff.co.nz)
      16 Jan: Robust security systems should be a business priority, professor warns (RadioNZ)
      16 Jan: Covid-19 robbed her of her international food tourism business, so she's leading food tours in auckland suburbs (NZ Herald)
      15 Jan: Well-known wellington burglar's dna found at scene of crime after leaving half-eaten doughnut behind (Stuff.co.nz)
      14 Jan: Programme launched to help beneficiaries develop skills to start their own business (RadioNZ)
      14 Jan: Auckland business school fined $36,000 for stealing money from students (Stuff.co.nz)
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