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    Two fire crews are dampening down hotspots at the scene of a commercial fire in Christchurch's CBD
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     21 February 2020
    Two fire crews are dampening down hotspots at the scene of a commercial fire in Christchurch's CBD
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    Solomon Islands discussed $US100 billion loan from Chinese businessman, according to leaked letters
    21 Feb: Documents leaked to the ABC reveal Solomon Islands Finance Minister Harry Kuma discussed a $US100 billion loan from a Chinese businessman — an amount of money almost 77 times the Pacific nation's GDP.... more
    $9 million debt to Google highlights lack of transparency around Australian political advertising
    21 Feb: Election experts estimate the figure is likely to represent only a small portion of what was spent by political parties on digital advertising in the last election.... more
    Changes to the Tenancy Act could drive rent prices even higher and increase homelessness
    21 Feb: Changes to the Tenancy Act could drive rent prices even higher and increase homelessness... more
    A brand new arrivals experience for air travellers to Auckland
    21 Feb: A brand new arrivals experience for air travellers to Auckland... more
    Police have used a business analogy to describe the gang situation in the Western Bay of Plenty
    21 Feb: Police have used a business analogy to describe the gang situation in the Western Bay of Plenty... more
    Auckland Airport could lose up to 10-million dollars as a result of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak
    20 Feb: Auckland Airport could lose up to 10-million dollars as a result of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak... more
    Auckland Airport's bracing itself... for the full economic impact of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak
    20 Feb: Auckland Airport's bracing itself... for the full economic impact of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak... more
    A Dunedin businessman has entered no plea to charges brought by the Serious Fraud Office
    20 Feb: A Dunedin businessman has entered no plea to charges brought by the Serious Fraud Office... more
    Auckland Airport expects the coronavirus outbreak to deliver a major hit to its bottom line
    20 Feb: Auckland Airport expects the coronavirus outbreak to deliver a major hit to its bottom line... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     06 Feb: A boost for digital connectivity on the West Coast ++++++++++++++++++
     11 Feb: More Nelson reserves are being closed in response to the hot, dry weather +++++++++++
     05 Feb: Sydney news: Hey Dad! star and sex offender Robert Hughes to be eligible for parole +++++++++++
     05 Feb: A sharemarket expert says a drop in global dairy prices was somewhat expected ++++++++++
     04 Feb: The futures market is predicting milk powder prices to drop in response to the coronavirus outbreak +++++++++
     05 Feb: Global dairy prices have taken a hit, following the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus in China +++++++++
     28 Jan: Shopping around for fuel bargains could soon become easier +++++++++

     Business NewsLinks
      21 Feb: Southland couple's horse business reaches new peak at yearling sale (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 Feb: Super rugby: why blues' backline gamble against bulls in pretoria is such risky business (NZ Herald)
      21 Feb: It might sound creepy but employee surveillance in the office is big business (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 Feb: Taranaki-born man and wellingtonian making it big in ecommerce overseas (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 Feb: Kiwibank profits slips 20% despite increased business and home lending (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 Feb: 'milford is back open for business' - tourist bus convoys to start today (RadioNZ)
      20 Feb: Qantas cutting some trans-tasman flights (RadioNZ)
      20 Feb: Liquor store owners who exploit staff should have licences terminated, db says (Stuff.co.nz)
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