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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Business articles  Business
    Porirua's proposed 17.5 percent rates increase is said to indicate a tough time in local government
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     25 March 2024
    Porirua's proposed 17.5 percent rates increase is said to indicate a tough time in local government
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    China is considering making bosses pay workers for 'invisible' overtime, but is it a feasible solution?
    25 Mar: As China considers changes to the rights of workers there are concerns about the impact on businesses and how the solutions would be implemented.... more
    Banks are ramping up their anti-fraud measures
    24 Mar: Banks are ramping up their anti-fraud measures... more
    Signs business confidence is climbing, despite the rough road ahead in 2024
    23 Mar: Signs business confidence is climbing, despite the rough road ahead in 2024... more
    China's young people are applying for public service jobs in record numbers, but experts warn it may further slow down the economy
    23 Mar: Jobs in China's "iron rice bowl" once offered financial security and stability for life. But now, Beijing has to address the unusual challenges that come with too many young people vying for public service jobs.... more
    Confusion around the Fishing Minister's intentions as he announces changes to catch limits
    23 Mar: Confusion around the Fishing Minister's intentions as he announces changes to catch limits... more
    Monopoly Watch's executive director believes customers are getting a raw deal from banks
    22 Mar: Monopoly Watch's executive director believes customers are getting a raw deal from banks... more
    All eyes will be on Christchurch this weekend - as the city hosts SailGP for the second year in a row
    22 Mar: All eyes will be on Christchurch this weekend - as the city hosts SailGP for the second year in a row... more
    New Zealand's GDP per capita paints a worse picture than the headline figure
    22 Mar: New Zealand's GDP per capita paints a worse picture than the headline figure... more
    A prediction yesterday's GDP announcement will prompt action on the OCR from the Reserve Bank
    22 Mar: A prediction yesterday's GDP announcement will prompt action on the OCR from the Reserve Bank... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     10 Apr: Nursing executives stood down pending investigation of 'potential financial irregularities' ++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     23 Mar: China's young people are applying for public service jobs in record numbers, but experts warn it may further slow down the economy +++++++++++++++
     11 Apr: Swedish furniture giant Ikea has begun recruiting hundreds of staff for its first New Zealand warehouse ++++++++++
     03 Apr: Dairy company Synlait is grappling with how to deal with high debt and declining profitability, after reporting a half-year loss of almost 100-million dollars +++++++++
     03 Apr: A nationwide shortage of liquid morphine could see patients missing out on the pain medication for months ++++++++
     16 Apr: A highly anticipated debut with an extremely high price point ++++++++
     04 Apr: A raw fruit juice product is being recalled - due to potential food safety risks ++++++++

     Business NewsLinks
      21 Apr: 'tens of thousands' of jobs may go, warns business editor (RadioNZ)
      18 Apr: Sharesies to host online trading of fonterra shares (RadioNZ)
      18 Apr: Business performance sentiment hits record low (RadioNZ)
      16 Apr: Maria contreras huerta wins plumbing world national scholarship for apprentices (RadioNZ)
      16 Apr: Food delivery service menulog quits nz, says market too small (RadioNZ)
      15 Apr: Newshub staff called for 'important business update' on tuesday - reports (RadioNZ)
      15 Apr: Business owners and locals on edge after 'horrific' ram raid at auckland mall (RadioNZ)
      15 Apr: What public sector job cuts mean for wellington small business (RadioNZ)
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    Motoring:
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    Rugby:
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    Netball:
    The Mainland Tactix have weathered a third quarter fightback from the Stars to win their ANZ Premiership netball encounter in Christchurch 59-54 18:57

    International:
    Australia has a food allergy crisis impacting 10 per cent of infants, but critical research is underway 18:57

    Swimming:
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    Rugby:
    A hectic three years after the last Olympics has been capped off with a return to sport's biggest stage for New Zealand distance runner Camille French 18:37

    Rugby League:
    In rugby league's NRL, the Bulldogs have thrashed the Knights 36-12 at Stadium Australia 18:07

    Law and Order:
    The children of a Northland police officer killed when she was hit by a car while out walking her dogs in Helena Bay, near Whangarei, say their mother touched so many lives 17:27

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