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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Business articles  Business
    When is Singles' Day, what is the shopping event all about and how did it start?
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     10 November 2021
    Selling more goods than Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined, China's "anti-Valentine's Day" has transformed from a movement dedicated to singles' self-care into the world's largest 24-hour shopping spree.
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    Greenpeace says dairy and fertilisers are to blame for New Zealand's declining climate performance
    10 Nov: Greenpeace says dairy and fertilisers are to blame for New Zealand's declining climate performance... more
    Domestic violence was treated by workplaces as personal, now it's a $2b business problem
    9 Nov: Domestic and family violence leads to staff absenteeism and lower productivity and the estimated cost to business is about $2 billion annually, a new report shows. Workplaces are being asked to do more to fight the problem.... more
    Queenstown-Lakes and the Selwyn District have both achieved 99 per cent first Covid jab figures
    9 Nov: Queenstown-Lakes and the Selwyn District have both achieved 99 per cent first Covid jab figures... more
    First home buyers' 26.4 percent market share is the highest on record
    9 Nov: First home buyers' 26.4 percent market share is the highest on record... more
    Confidence in a new Police unit aimed at stopping theft and aggressive behaviour in shops
    8 Nov: Confidence in a new Police unit aimed at stopping theft and aggressive behaviour in shops... more
    The Commerce Commission's instructed the telco industry to create a marketing code after consumers report confusion
    8 Nov: The Commerce Commission's instructed the telco industry to create a marketing code after consumers report confusion... more
    Two major retail magnates are expecting sales to boom, if retailers are allowed to open their doors in Auckland on Wednesday
    8 Nov: Two major retail magnates are expecting sales to boom, if retailers are allowed to open their doors in Auckland on Wednesday... more
    Two Guinness world records were broken overnight
    6 Nov: Two Guinness world records were broken overnight... more
    A boost for New Zealanders on the lowest incomes
    6 Nov: A boost for New Zealanders on the lowest incomes... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     17 Nov: Dairy prices have risen another 1.9 percent at the latest Global Dairy Trade auction overnight ++++++++++++++++++++
     01 Nov: High hopes for an environmentally friendly alternative for flying ++++++++++
     17 Nov: Eighteen percent of Blenheim businesses had damage to a value between 10 and 50-thousand dollars due to last month's flash flood +++++++++
     06 Nov: Two Guinness world records were broken overnight ++++++++
     29 Oct: Suggestions that home ownership is beyond the reach for many +++++++
     02 Nov: Big business 'sniffs' the green dollar at COP26 +++++++
     04 Nov: Palmerston North fire crews are fighting to extinguish a blaze at a commercial building +++++++

     Business NewsLinks
      27 Nov: Another firm leaves new plymouth's inner-city mall following seismic review (Stuff.co.nz)
      27 Nov: Covid-19: new zealand's border reopening plans could wipe out $100m worth of business tourism (Stuff.co.nz)
      26 Nov: 'what do we do?' - store owners frustrated over crime wave (RadioNZ)
      26 Nov: Interim injunction order to prevent invercargill business being sold (Stuff.co.nz)
      26 Nov: Online sales help the warehouse as directors' fees increase (NZ Herald)
      26 Nov: Eroad makes net loss of $2.9m for six months to september (RadioNZ)
      26 Nov: Covid-19: businesses get more detail on operating under traffic light system (RadioNZ)
      26 Nov: Covid-19: restaurant owner reluctantly 'leaning towards' getting vaccinated to save business and jobs (Stuff.co.nz)
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     Today's News

    Business:
    Retailers are preparing for a big weekend as Black Friday sales continue 11:53

    Entertainment:
    Tori Spelling is reportedly preparing to file for divorce from Dean McDermott 11:46

    Cricket:
    New Zealand's bowling coach is praising the heart of Tim Southee after a five-wicket bag helped the Black Caps pull back into the first test against India in Kanpur 11:43

    International:
    Omicron COVID-19 variant has been detected in South Africa. Here is what we know 11:43

    Entertainment:
    Priyanka Chopra Jonas found Jack Whitehall's joke about her friend Meghan, Duchess of Sussex on Netflix's 'Jonas Brothers Family Roast'hilarious 11:16

    International:
    Food, fuel and cash in short supply after days of riots shut down Solomon Islands capital Honiara 11:13

    Politics:
    Omicron variant hits South Africa, as country encounters vaccine hesitancy, conspiracy theories 11:03

    International:
    Omicron COVID variant outbreak sees Europe shutting borders to African nations 11:03

    Cricket:
    Bangladesh has recovered from a shaky start to reach 253 for four against touring Pakistan on the opening day of the first cricket Test in Chattogram 11:03

    Entertainment:
    A designer brooch previously belonging to the late Princess Margaret has fetched £50,000 at auction 10:46

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