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  •   Home > News > Business

    New Zealanders dropped almost a hundred million dollars on Boxing Day sales this year...with Wellington and the Wairarapa spending the most

    New Zealanders dropped almost a hundred million dollars on Boxing Day sales this year...with Wellington and the Wairarapa spending the most


    Despite the massive spend, sales overall were actually slightly down from last year -- but still up from the pre-Covid-19 levels of 2019.

    Figures from Worldline - the company that launched Eftpos - also show spending pre-Christmas was up 6.9 percent from last year, with 5.2 billion dollars spent leading up to the holiday period.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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     Today's News

    Politics:
    Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson's shared a touching tribute to former Labour MP, Joe Hawke 21:50

    Rugby:
    The Waratahs have kept their hopes of a home quarter-final in Super Rugby alive with a 32-20 win over the Highlanders in Dunedin 21:20

    Entertainment:
    Chris Brown appears to have congratulated Rihanna on giving birth 20:41

    Entertainment:
    Rebel Wilson has claimed she was harassed by a male co-star 20:11

    International:
    How Labor won 19:50

    Entertainment:
    Kourtney Kardashian is "not stressed" about her wedding to Travis Barker 19:41

    Entertainment:
    David Krumholtz thinks that Amber Heard is a "victim of abuse" 19:11

    Politics:
    National Maori authority Chair Matthew Tukaki remembers Joe Hawke as a battler for Maori rights 19:00

    Entertainment:
    Brian Austin Green lost 20lbs after suffering bowel disease 18:41

    Business:
    Council of Trade Unions economist Craig Renney says the cost-of-living payment announced in the Budget targets the right people at the right time 18:30


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