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    Some pocket money for Auckland Vector customers, later this year, with about 20 dollars credit passed on to electricity account holders
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     30 June 2021
    Some pocket money for Auckland Vector customers, later this year, with about 20 dollars credit passed on to electricity account holders
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    A warning from the Covid-19 Response Minister -- even completing the vaccine roll-out may not save us from further lockdowns and alert level changes
    30 Jun: A warning from the Covid-19 Response Minister -- even completing the vaccine roll-out may not save us from further lockdowns and alert level changes... more
    And despite the weather, it's business as usual at Wellington Airport
    30 Jun: And despite the weather, it's business as usual at Wellington Airport... more
    Returnees who've had their stay extended at an Auckland MIQ facility, have been given the green light to leave
    30 Jun: Returnees who've had their stay extended at an Auckland MIQ facility, have been given the green light to leave... more
    A number of factors behind a recent rise in fuel prices
    29 Jun: A number of factors behind a recent rise in fuel prices... more
    The owners of a115-year-old building are up to the challenge of shifting it - as part of a Crown deal for Christchurch's new stadium
    29 Jun: The owners of a115-year-old building are up to the challenge of shifting it - as part of a Crown deal for Christchurch's new stadium... more
    The Government's first moves have been made to replace the much-maligned Resource Management Act
    29 Jun: The Government's first moves have been made to replace the much-maligned Resource Management Act... more
    The Finance Minister has defended the Government's Covid-19 fund being used for a raft of different projects
    28 Jun: The Finance Minister has defended the Government's Covid-19 fund being used for a raft of different projects... more
    A 37-billion-dollar transport investment has been given the green light in Auckland
    28 Jun: A 37-billion-dollar transport investment has been given the green light in Auckland... more
    Fonterra has agreed to sell its two joint venture farms in China
    28 Jun: Fonterra has agreed to sell its two joint venture farms in China... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     06 Jul: A record number of New Zealanders are flying into Queenstown, for the July school holidays +++++++++++++++++
     28 Jun: Fonterra has agreed to sell its two joint venture farms in China ++++++++++++++++
     05 Jul: Changes to how Fonterra calculates the price of milk +++++++++++++++
     09 Jul: Half a million Kiwis will fly these school holidays ++++++++++++++
     07 Jul: Dairy prices have dropped 3.6 percent at the latest Global Dairy Trade auction overnight +++++++++++++
     30 Jun: Coronavirus is raging in Thailand, but Phuket has set itself up as a fortress for vaccinated tourists +++++++++++
     30 Jun: Returnees who've had their stay extended at an Auckland MIQ facility, have been given the green light to leave ++++++++++

     Business NewsLinks
      24 Jul: Young afghani refugee starts persian rug import business to help exploited women in homeland (Stuff.co.nz)
      24 Jul: Labour government's highway projects on a road to nowhere (NZ Herald)
      23 Jul: Tensions reach boiling point over unsafe methven drinking water (RadioNZ)
      23 Jul: Disappointment at labour inspectorate ruling that gloriavale's volunteer workforce are not employees (Stuff.co.nz)
      23 Jul: Wool growers to vote on merger of two cooperatives to form a more lucrative consumer goods business (Stuff.co.nz)
      23 Jul: Wools of nz, primary wool merger to go to farmer vote in november (NZ Herald)
      23 Jul: Third of businesses revisit succession plans amid covid-19 disruption (RadioNZ)
      23 Jul: Software vendor caught up in ransomware attack obtains decryptor key (CNN)
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    To take a step back from the Olympics for a second... the Warriors have been able to get on with business despite the news of New Zealand and Australia's withdrawal from this year's Rugby League World Cup More...


     Today's News

    Hockey:
    Best bits of the Tokyo Olympics today: Australia's early wins, China sets shooting record, swimming starts tonight with high hopes for gold 23:16

    Rugby:
    The Football Ferns are wary of a wounded United States side ahead of their group match at the Olympic Games tonight 22:56

    Entertainment:
    Billie Eilish is set to premiere her cinematic concert experience exclusively on Disney Plus 21:54

    Entertainment:
    A New Orleans mansion reportedly owned by Jay-Z and Beyonce has caught fire 21:24

    Soccer:
    Gabi Rennie's still buzzing over her maiden goal in her maiden international for the Football Ferns 21:16

    Motoring:
    Tokyo Olympics schedule: Swimming finals, women's road race and Boomers all in action 21:06

    Entertainment:
    Dax Shepard loves being a "big boy" 20:54

    Entertainment:
    Dr. Dre has been ordered to pay his ex-wife nearly $300,000 a month in spousal support 20:24

    Netball:
    The Central Pulse have been unable to end their ANZ netball Premiership campaign on a high 20:06

    Rugby League:
    A gloomy time for the Warriors on Australia's Sunshine Coast 19:56

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