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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Business articles  Business
    The return of Warbirds over Wanaka is expected to boost the tourist town by 40-million dollars
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     3 April 2024
    The return of Warbirds over Wanaka is expected to boost the tourist town by 40-million dollars
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    China's weak meat market is being singled out for its contribution to our struggling sheep and beef meat industry
    3 Apr: China's weak meat market is being singled out for its contribution to our struggling sheep and beef meat industry... more
    The ripple effect of Covid era policy choices are being highlighted as the country's meat industry takes a hit
    3 Apr: The ripple effect of Covid era policy choices are being highlighted as the country's meat industry takes a hit... more
    Labour's Deputy says running Government like a business - means treating people like commodities
    2 Apr: Labour's Deputy says running Government like a business - means treating people like commodities... more
    Convicted killer Alex Murdaugh sentenced to 40 years in prison for financial crimes, years after murder of Paul and Maggie Murdaugh
    2 Apr: Alex Murdaugh is serving two life sentences for killing his wife and son — his latest sentencing means a successful appeal likely won't set him free.... more
    Silver Fern Farms says it's not proud of its 24.4-million dollar full-year loss
    2 Apr: Silver Fern Farms says it's not proud of its 24.4-million dollar full-year loss... more
    Olive oil lovers are finding themselves in a slippery situation, as shortages make prices sky-rocket
    2 Apr: Olive oil lovers are finding themselves in a slippery situation, as shortages make prices sky-rocket... more
    New Zealand's top chief executives are being paid more than ever
    2 Apr: New Zealand's top chief executives are being paid more than ever... more
    China's growing dairy industry is expected to cause unease amongst exporters
    2 Apr: China's growing dairy industry is expected to cause unease amongst exporters... more
    At the other end of the scale ..
    2 Apr: At the other end of the scale ..... 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:
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    International:
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    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:
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