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    Figures show New cases of Covid-19 in the United States in the last 24 hours have hit a two-month high - with more than 58,000 infections reported and hospitalisations in the midwest at record levels for a fifth day in a row
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     11 October 2020
    Figures show New cases of Covid-19 in the United States in the last 24 hours have hit a two-month high - with more than 58,000 infections reported and hospitalisations in the midwest at record levels for a fifth day in a row
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    There's a new tool to help kiwis who've lost their jobs, get back into work
    10 Oct: There's a new tool to help kiwis who've lost their jobs, get back into work... more
    Retailers accused of hiking up the price of face coverings have been unmasked
    10 Oct: Retailers accused of hiking up the price of face coverings have been unmasked... more
    Scott Morrison said 40 cargo ships were being prevented from delivering supplies to Australia by industrial action. Is that correct?
    9 Oct: Prime Minister Scott Morrison claims the waterfront dispute is delaying 40 cargo ships from docking, and that you can see them "lining up" at Port Botany. Here are the facts.... more
    Police are appealing for public help following an arson at a commercial premises on Great South Road, Horotiu near Huntly today
    9 Oct: Police are appealing for public help following an arson at a commercial premises on Great South Road, Horotiu near Huntly today... more
    The summer months could be an economic winter for tourism, without cruise ships and big spenders from overseas
    9 Oct: The summer months could be an economic winter for tourism, without cruise ships and big spenders from overseas... more
    New Zealand Rugby boss Mark Robinson's backing the loosened New South Wales border security to hold
    9 Oct: New Zealand Rugby boss Mark Robinson's backing the loosened New South Wales border security to hold... more
    A typical Auckland worker would need to spend almost seven years in a full-time job, to earn as much as a Herne Bay house in the past year
    9 Oct: A typical Auckland worker would need to spend almost seven years in a full-time job, to earn as much as a Herne Bay house in the past year... more
    The Warehouse Group's is being urged to pay back its Wage Subsidy funds
    8 Oct: The Warehouse Group's is being urged to pay back its Wage Subsidy funds... more
    Angel investors have injected cash into a Christchurch start-up that helps auto businesses sell parts worldwide
    8 Oct: Angel investors have injected cash into a Christchurch start-up that helps auto businesses sell parts worldwide... more

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     01 Oct: The Green Party is promising to make tech and the internet accessible to all ... if it's re-elected ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     13 Oct: Kaikoura businesses are smiling ear-to-ear with the reopening of the Coastal Pacific railway +++++++++++++++++++
     05 Oct: Dairy giant Fonterra's farm sales in China,don't mean it's pulling out of the market +++++++
     17 Oct: Wairarapa Bush Rugby Union apologises to Sir Graham Henry ++++++
     20 Oct: New Zealand's biggest bank is about to stop buying and selling foreign cash ++++++
     24 Oct: A 30 metre long air bridge is being installed on Auckland's Hobson St this morning ++++++
     16 Oct: Saving Wellington's civic square is crucial to the capital's culture ++++++

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      30 Oct: For amazon, apple, facebook and google business is booming (BBCWorld)
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      30 Oct: Deloitte top 200: finalists announced for celebration of kiwi business (NZ Herald)
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      29 Oct: Samsung sees sales surge from rival huawei's ban (BBCWorld)
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