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    Another Chinese company has fallen foul of strict Overseas Investment Office rules
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     30 July 2021
    Another Chinese company has fallen foul of strict Overseas Investment Office rules
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    Wellington bus drivers have accepted a fourth pay offer after months of wrangling over their collective agreement
    30 Jul: Wellington bus drivers have accepted a fourth pay offer after months of wrangling over their collective agreement... more
    The Government's promising to sort out pricing problems in New Zealand supermarkets
    29 Jul: The Government's promising to sort out pricing problems in New Zealand supermarkets... more
    Groceries in New Zealand are the sixth most expensive in the OECD, and there's weak competition between the two main supermarket companies
    29 Jul: Groceries in New Zealand are the sixth most expensive in the OECD, and there's weak competition between the two main supermarket companies... more
    After weeks of trials Air New Zealand is announcing a snack shake up
    29 Jul: After weeks of trials Air New Zealand is announcing a snack shake up... more
    People may not be getting value for money in Wellington's housing market
    29 Jul: People may not be getting value for money in Wellington's housing market... more
    One of this country's highest revenue-earning supermarkets has been sold to a former shelf stacker
    29 Jul: One of this country's highest revenue-earning supermarkets has been sold to a former shelf stacker... more
    Christchurch remains the place to buy for first home buyers
    29 Jul: Christchurch remains the place to buy for first home buyers... more
    First signs of slowdown in New Zealand's sprinting housing market
    29 Jul: First signs of slowdown in New Zealand's sprinting housing market... more
    Rents are rising again -- particularly in regional New Zealand
    28 Jul: Rents are rising again -- particularly in regional New Zealand... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     09 Jul: Half a million Kiwis will fly these school holidays ++++++++++++++++++++
     06 Jul: A record number of New Zealanders are flying into Queenstown, for the July school holidays ++++++++++++++++++++
     05 Jul: Changes to how Fonterra calculates the price of milk ++++++++++++++++
     07 Jul: Dairy prices have dropped 3.6 percent at the latest Global Dairy Trade auction overnight ++++++++++++++
     19 Jul: Westpac is offering financial support to customers affected by the West Coast and Marlborough floods ++++++++++
     09 Jul: A 44-million dollar facility is set to be built in Christchurch to power the nearby hospital with renewable energy +++++++
     08 Jul: A former Finance Minister thinks life in New Zealand's about to get much more expensive +++++++

     Business NewsLinks
      4 Aug: The activision blizzard lawsuit could be a watershed moment for the business world. here's why (CNN)
      3 Aug: Lender prospa offering version of govt's back-to-business loans (RadioNZ)
      3 Aug: Roxy jacenko buys daughter, 9, $284,000 car as toy business booms (NZ Herald)
      3 Aug: Corporate fraud: the dark side of business (BBCWorld)
      3 Aug: A few 'sightings' aside, chinese tech billionaire jack ma hasn't been seen in nine months (NZ Herald)
      3 Aug: For sale: 320 auckland council workers' jobs ... but why? (Stuff.co.nz)
      1 Aug: Four-day working week plan picking up steam (NZ Herald)
      1 Aug: Can a shorter working week make a happier society? (RadioNZ)
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     Today's News

    Environment:
    Around 150 homes in Auckland are still without power after yesterday's gale force winds 8:15

    Politics:
    Police are set to change the way they issue formal warnings -- following a damning judgement from the High Court 8:05

    Health & Safety:
    Wellington's Hospitality scene says it will feel the loss of this year's two All Black's test matches 8:05

    Entertainment:
    Kate Beckinsale says Uma Thurman is her “fairy godmother” after she allowed the actress to stay in her cockroach-infested home while she was finding her feet in Hollywood 8:04

    Business:
    The burden of Reserve Bank changes to mortgage rules is expected to mainly fall on first home buyers 7:56

    Business:
    Police say young people are egging each other on, to commit crime around Hamilton businesses 7:46

    Rugby League:
    The men's track pursuit team are upset at missing a chance for a gold medal 7:36

    Entertainment:
    Blake Lively owes her romance with Ryan Reynolds to a Japanese restaurant in Boston, Massachusetts 7:34

    International:
    Beirut was the 'Paris of the Middle East'. Now it's in the midst of one of the world's worst economic collapses in 150 years 7:26

    Rugby:
    Lisa Carrington has become New Zealand's joint most successful Olympian 7:26

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