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    Why Manchester United's Marcus Rashford is becoming a thorn in the British Government's side
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     24 October 2020
    Manchester United and England footballer Marcus Rashford successfully lobbied the UK Government to provide free school meals once. Now he's enlisted the support of businesses after the Government knocked back a proposal to extend the scheme.
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    A 30 metre long air bridge is being installed on Auckland's Hobson St this morning
    24 Oct: A 30 metre long air bridge is being installed on Auckland's Hobson St this morning... more
    England's centrally-contracted male cricketers have agreed to take a 15 per cent reduction in pay over the next year as part of cost-cutting measures brought on by the financial hardship caused by the coronavirus
    24 Oct: England's centrally-contracted male cricketers have agreed to take a 15 per cent reduction in pay over the next year as part of cost-cutting measures brought on by the financial hardship caused by the coronavirus... more
    Less of a hit in the pocket for ratepayers
    23 Oct: Less of a hit in the pocket for ratepayers... more
    Petrol prices are back up
    23 Oct: Petrol prices are back up... more
    A kick in the guts for Auckland's North Shore
    23 Oct: A kick in the guts for Auckland's North Shore... more
    Momentum is building on Auckland Transport's 1.4 billion dollar Eastern Busway
    23 Oct: Momentum is building on Auckland Transport's 1.4 billion dollar Eastern Busway... more
    Population figures show growth in most places, and a boom for the Bay of Plenty
    22 Oct: Population figures show growth in most places, and a boom for the Bay of Plenty... more
    New Zealand's aviation sector is likely to take longer to recover compared to other countries
    22 Oct: New Zealand's aviation sector is likely to take longer to recover compared to other countries... more
    Cook Island businesses say they can't wait for New Zealand to open up its borders
    22 Oct: Cook Island businesses say they can't wait for New Zealand to open up its borders... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     01 Oct: The Green Party is promising to make tech and the internet accessible to all ... if it's re-elected +++++++++++++++++++++++++
     13 Oct: Kaikoura businesses are smiling ear-to-ear with the reopening of the Coastal Pacific railway +++++++++++
     05 Oct: Dairy giant Fonterra's farm sales in China,don't mean it's pulling out of the market +++++++
     17 Oct: Wairarapa Bush Rugby Union apologises to Sir Graham Henry ++++++
     16 Oct: Saving Wellington's civic square is crucial to the capital's culture ++++++
     13 Oct: A nearly 145-thousand-dollar payment - for a former tyre business marketing manager ++++++
     15 Oct: Fonterra's increased the mid-point of its forecast farmgate milk price range to $6.80 per kilos of Milk Solids, up from $6.40 +++++

     Business NewsLinks
      24 Oct: Would you live here? converted shed 'not fit for human habitation' now certified (NZ Herald)
      24 Oct: Coronavirus: new zealanders commuting to meetings via $8k-an-hour private jet (Stuff.co.nz)
      24 Oct: Farmers find niche in wool carding (RadioNZ)
      24 Oct: Communities can drive change in southland to create new businesses (Stuff.co.nz)
      24 Oct: New zealanders commuting to meetings via $8k-an-hour private jet (Stuff.co.nz)
      23 Oct: Business owner sparks up over 'non existent' cellphone reception (Stuff.co.nz)
      23 Oct: The pivot pod: how can nz small businesses work through border closures? (NZ Herald)
      23 Oct: Covid-19: nine new coronavirus cases, including relative of auckland port worker (Stuff.co.nz)
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