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    Ukrainian forces to withdraw from eastern city of Sievierodonetsk
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     25 June 2022
    The last Ukrainian troops holding out in a desperate battle for the city of Sievierodonetsk are ordered to withdraw, but analysts say it is not a major strategic victory for Moscow.
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    Mother nature is benefiting from the "crypto winter"
    25 Jun: Mother nature is benefiting from the "crypto winter"... more
    Netflix are adding a lower-priced subscriber option that contains ads
    25 Jun: Netflix are adding a lower-priced subscriber option that contains ads... more
    New Zealand's first tyre recycling scheme is expected to have a revolutionary impact on sustainability efforts
    25 Jun: New Zealand's first tyre recycling scheme is expected to have a revolutionary impact on sustainability efforts... more
    A District Court judge has slammed the management of Waikato's Spring Hill Prison
    25 Jun: A District Court judge has slammed the management of Waikato's Spring Hill Prison... more
    Strikes are crippling Britain's rail network as union bosses, train operating firms and the government face off over demands that workers' pay increases keep pace with surging inflation
    24 Jun: Strikes are crippling Britain's rail network as union bosses, train operating firms and the government face off over demands that workers' pay increases keep pace with surging inflation... more
    Thousands of QANTAS staff could be in for a $5,000 bonus as the carrier faces customer criticism for disruptions and delays
    24 Jun: Thousands of QANTAS staff could be in for a $5,000 bonus as the carrier faces customer criticism for disruptions and delays... more
    In Australia, thousands of QANTAS staff could be given bonuses to share in an expected return to profit
    24 Jun: In Australia, thousands of QANTAS staff could be given bonuses to share in an expected return to profit... more
    Economists are paying close attention to fast rising mortgage rates, and whether households and the economy can cope
    24 Jun: Economists are paying close attention to fast rising mortgage rates, and whether households and the economy can cope... more
    Retailers just got through the pandemic, but the cost of living crisis is going to make things tough for the next year
    24 Jun: Retailers just got through the pandemic, but the cost of living crisis is going to make things tough for the next year... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     09 Jun: QV's latest house value index shows property prices are continuing to cool ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     04 Jun: Home remedies to fight cold and flu symptoms may be comforting, but they're not a cure +++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     08 Jun: Fonterra has announced a 50-million dollar share buyback +++++++++++++++++++
     08 Jun: Fonterra is buying back 50 million dollars' worth of its own shares ++++++++++++++
     23 Jun: Fonterra has lifted its Farmgate Milk Price to a new record high +++++++++++
     08 Jun: Dairy prices have risen in the first Global Dairy Trade auction of the new season ++++++++++
     17 Jun: Cheaper bus fares are on the way for Greater Christchurch ++++++++++

     Business NewsLinks
      24 Jun: Meth dealer sent back to jail after setting up criminal operation on parole (RadioNZ)
      24 Jun: The staff shortage slowing down air cargo and bags (BBCWorld)
      23 Jun: Wellington's st james theatre brought back to life (RadioNZ)
      21 Jun: Test berth success for napier port's new wharf (NZ Herald)
      21 Jun: Why nz first president quit over party’s ‘moral and business’ failings (RadioNZ)
      21 Jun: Opinion: mandatory self-isolation periods for household contacts causing havoc across business sector (NZ Herald)
      20 Jun: World trade organisation back in business after stalling caused by donald trump (RadioNZ)
      20 Jun: Cost of importing petrol hits a record new high (NZ Herald)
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