Covid 19 coronavirus: MBIE staff subject of unwanted online attention

MBIE says staff fielding thousands of queries about essential services during Covid-19 have been the subject of unwanted online attention and had their personal details posted publicly by frustrated businesses. One instance has... Source: NZ Herald Business News

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Cooking the Books podcast: The free financial support you can access if you've lost your job

COMMENT: The Herald's Cooking the Books personal finance podcast has gone daily in lockdown, to help you get the tips you need to weather the financial storm. Hosted by Frances Cook, with a new money expert featured on each episode.... Source: NZ Herald Business News

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Covid 19 coronavirus: Lockdown on Dominion Rd – 'The money ran out last week'

By Sharon Brettkelly of RNZ One of Auckland's famous shopping strips is showing the signs of stress with sale and for lease signs filling many shop windows.The normally vibrant, bustling stretch of Dominion Rd is lined with... Source: NZ Herald Business News

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NZ shares fall; investors cash in gains to chase value elsewhere

New Zealand shares fell as investors cashed in strong-performing stocks, including Fisher & Paykel Healthcare and A2 Milk, to pursue value in beaten up stocks which may be set for recovery.The S&P/NZX 50 Index declined 67.76 points,... Source: NZ Herald Business News

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Aucklanders warned strong Easter winds could bring power cuts

Auckland residents were being warned a powerful storm could hit the city this Easter Sunday and Monday with the potential to bring power disruptions.Power supplier Vector said the storm was expected to bring strong winds at a time... Source: NZ Herald Business News

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NZ dollar rebounds as new Covid-19 infections slow

The New Zealand dollar rebounded with equity markets mostly holding onto recent gains and investors focusing on a slowing in new infections with the Covid-19 virus.The kiwi was trading at 60.14 US cents at 5pm in Wellington from... Source: NZ Herald Business News

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Covid 19 coronavirus: Air NZ plans to lay off nearly 1500 cabin crew

Air New Zealand is planning to make nearly 1500 cabin crew redundant a move slammed by their union as too rushed.An email sent to staff today confirms up to 1460 cabin crew members face losing their jobs."We know time is not on... Source: NZ Herald Business News

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Covid 19 coronavirus: Three graphs show how quickly coronavirus ravaged tourism, hospitality

The tourism and hospitality sector is sounding alarm bells about potential collapse and today's electronic card spending data shows just how dire the situation is.Card spending on travel fell 53 per cent or $66 million in March... Source: NZ Herald Business News

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Covid 19 coronavirus: Cooking the Books podcast – House prices likely to fall from pandemic impacts

The Herald's Cooking the Books personal finance podcast has gone daily in lockdown, to help you get the tips you need to weather the financial storm. Hosted by Frances Cook, with a new money expert featured on each episode. Your... Source: NZ Herald Business News

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HP Business Class Episode 11: Philip Burdon

When Philip Burdon started growing mushrooms in Christchurch the 1970s, it wasn't just mushrooms he had to grow. He had to grow a Kiwi appetite for the fungi too.When he started production at Meadow Mushrooms with his business partner... Source: NZ Herald Business News

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