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    British Airways has agreed to suspend 28-thousand workers on 80 percent pay due to the coronavirus crisis
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     3 April 2020
    British Airways has agreed to suspend 28-thousand workers on 80 percent pay due to the coronavirus crisis
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    Two hundred jobs have been cut from Sky City in this country, with immediate effect
    3 Apr: Two hundred jobs have been cut from Sky City in this country, with immediate effect... more
    Calls for financial compensation to students left with no specialised university facilities
    3 Apr: Calls for financial compensation to students left with no specialised university facilities... more
    More than 6.6 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week in the midst of Covid-19
    3 Apr: More than 6.6 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week in the midst of Covid-19... more
    Banks are experiencing a high volume of requests from Kiwis, about the mortgage holiday scheme
    2 Apr: Banks are experiencing a high volume of requests from Kiwis, about the mortgage holiday scheme... more
    The worst time of the year for a shutdown
    2 Apr: The worst time of the year for a shutdown... more
    Formula One teams have been banned from development work on next year's vehicles
    2 Apr: Formula One teams have been banned from development work on next year's vehicles... more
    Our manufacturing future could depend on some factories being allowed to open up during the lockdown
    2 Apr: Our manufacturing future could depend on some factories being allowed to open up during the lockdown... more
    Some NRL league teams have been left struggling financially with the competition on hold during the coronavirus pandemic
    2 Apr: Some NRL league teams have been left struggling financially with the competition on hold during the coronavirus pandemic... more
    A plea from the Finance Minister for Kiwis waiting for a response to their wage subsidy application
    1 Apr: A plea from the Finance Minister for Kiwis waiting for a response to their wage subsidy application... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     14 Mar: Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is stepping down from the company's board... to concentrate on his philanthropic work ++++++++++++++++++++++
     20 Mar: Originair, which operates between Nelson, Wellington and Palmerston North, is reassuring passengers that despite dropping numbers, they can book with confidence ++++++++++++++++
     13 Mar: A Canterbury wine company fined 1.7 million dollars - won't be able to pay up ++++++++++++
     24 Mar: Heightened health protocols will cause only minor hold-ups to Fonterra's milk operations through the four-week lockdown ++++++++
     26 Mar: What happens when someone gets coronavirus, what are the symptoms as it gets worse and how can it kill? ++++++++
     23 Mar: More changes to the way Auckland Transport buses navigate around Covid-19 +++++++
     23 Mar: KiwiRail is suspending its three tourist trains and making changes to the Interislander ferry as part of the response to Covid-19 +++++++

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      3 Apr: National says getting out of lockdown a 'priority' for nz economy (RadioNZ)
      3 Apr: Tourism holdings to exit international rv rental platform togo (Stuff.co.nz)
      3 Apr: Covid-19 lockdown: small businesses desperate for commercial rent relief (RadioNZ)
      3 Apr: Business confidence plummets to record lows as coronavirus pandemic hammers economy (Stuff.co.nz)
      2 Apr: Mediawatch: why did bauer blow up the business so soon? (RadioNZ)
      2 Apr: Damien venuto: coronavirus claims its first big business scalp (NZ Herald)
      2 Apr: Solomons business group to survey members impacted by covid-19 (RadioNZ)
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