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    A season bag limit of four fish is being introduced for the first time to help rebuild Canterbury's sea-run salmon
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     10 June 2020
    A season bag limit of four fish is being introduced for the first time to help rebuild Canterbury's sea-run salmon
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    The LA-based Brit behind a new fund scouting for venture capitalists is planning to live in New Zealand
    10 Jun: The LA-based Brit behind a new fund scouting for venture capitalists is planning to live in New Zealand... more
    An open letter's calling for the Prime Minister to be kind to businesses
    9 Jun: An open letter's calling for the Prime Minister to be kind to businesses... more
    Grocery wholesalers have had their biggest jump in sales in more than 20 years
    9 Jun: Grocery wholesalers have had their biggest jump in sales in more than 20 years... more
    New figures suggest COVID-19 stockpiling... helped supermarkets make big bucks during lockdown
    9 Jun: New figures suggest COVID-19 stockpiling... helped supermarkets make big bucks during lockdown... more
    A multi-million dollar cash injection to complete a major arterial project in the Waikato
    9 Jun: A multi-million dollar cash injection to complete a major arterial project in the Waikato... more
    Hopes that the trans-Tasman border opens soon, so tourism companies can get back to business
    9 Jun: Hopes that the trans-Tasman border opens soon, so tourism companies can get back to business... more
    It's being suggested the move to alert level one, won't undo the damage done to businesses in the hospitality industry
    9 Jun: It's being suggested the move to alert level one, won't undo the damage done to businesses in the hospitality industry... more
    A Nelson pharmacy's been fined more than 300-thousand-dollars for price fixing
    8 Jun: A Nelson pharmacy's been fined more than 300-thousand-dollars for price fixing... more
    While New Zealand's economy is still struggling from the blow dealt to tourism, the Finance Minister says it's a lot closer to running at full capacity than most other countries'
    8 Jun: While New Zealand's economy is still struggling from the blow dealt to tourism, the Finance Minister says it's a lot closer to running at full capacity than most other countries'... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     08 Jul: Auckland Airport is dealing with fewer passengers, but far more lobsters ++++++
     15 Jun: Dairy farmers aren't overly optimistic that a wide ranging milk payout will be narrowed ++++++
     09 Jul: Uncertainty over what will happen to power prices - after the nation's biggest energy user cemented plans to close ++++++
     09 Jul: The Health Ministry didn't close a central Auckland supermarket visited by a man with Covid-19 ... because he wasn't positive at the time ++++++
     16 Jun: Flights are scheduled to take off between Auckland and Shanghai next week ++++++
     21 Jun: A suggestion new covid cases at the border should be reported in a different way from a new case in the community ++++++
     24 Jun: Hope more tourism businesses in hard-hit Queenstown will benefit from government funding ++++++

     Business NewsLinks
      13 Jul: Family of police shooting victim steven wallace take civil claim (Stuff.co.nz)
      13 Jul: Govt delays over commercial rents causing 'pain and expense' (RadioNZ)
      13 Jul: Mystery death: entrepreneur david mu - co-founder of indoor trampolining firm jump - dies at age 41 (NZ Herald)
      13 Jul: Entrepreneur david mu - co-founder of indoor trampolining firm jump - dies at age 41 (NZ Herald)
      12 Jul: How covid 19 research funding is helping police track people with cctv (NZ Herald)
      12 Jul: Diana clement: post-covid, the benefits of working from home (NZ Herald)
      10 Jul: Motorsport: kiwi rich lister bill buckley warns speedway 'won't be around much longer' after losing out on western springs tender (NZ Herald)
      10 Jul: Aucklanders only: facebook terms for nz small business grants (NZ Herald)
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