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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Business articles  Business
    The economic impact of this Covid lockdown depends on how long strict conditions remain in place
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     24 August 2021
    The economic impact of this Covid lockdown depends on how long strict conditions remain in place
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    An Australian company could face some hurdles -- in its bid to take over our largest fuel company
    24 Aug: An Australian company could face some hurdles -- in its bid to take over our largest fuel company... more
    Covid-19 has played a role in housing debt hitting an all-time high
    23 Aug: Covid-19 has played a role in housing debt hitting an all-time high... more
    New Zealand's market watchdog has warned online investment service Sharesies about failing to have sufficient anti-money laundering measures
    23 Aug: New Zealand's market watchdog has warned online investment service Sharesies about failing to have sufficient anti-money laundering measures... more
    Z Energy shares are in a trading halt --- pending an announcement from the fuel retailer about a possible material transaction amid persistent takeover rumours
    23 Aug: Z Energy shares are in a trading halt --- pending an announcement from the fuel retailer about a possible material transaction amid persistent takeover rumours... more
    Covid-19 testing centres have expanded as New Zealand begins a new week in lockdown
    23 Aug: Covid-19 testing centres have expanded as New Zealand begins a new week in lockdown... more
    More Auckland schools and businesses have found themselves caught up in our Covid-19 outbreak
    22 Aug: More Auckland schools and businesses have found themselves caught up in our Covid-19 outbreak... more
    The Taliban's strategic game of 'smoke and mirrors' that helped them seize Afghanistan and shock the world
    21 Aug: Many view Afghanistan and are left asking: how did we get here? Analysts say the answer lies somewhere between the Taliban's refusal to quit and America's desperation to get out.... more
    Countdown's announced a nationwide reduction of its opening hours and some Auckland stores are temporarily closing due to the strain of increased demand
    21 Aug: Countdown's announced a nationwide reduction of its opening hours and some Auckland stores are temporarily closing due to the strain of increased demand... more
    The Government's reactivated a number of business supports -- including the wage subsidy scheme
    21 Aug: The Government's reactivated a number of business supports -- including the wage subsidy scheme... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     24 Aug: ACCC accuses Telstra, Optus and TPG of misleading customers on NBN speeds, takes them to court +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     06 Sep: Kiwibank is experiencing issues with its internet banking, mobile phone app, website and phone services today +++++++++++++
     28 Aug: New Zealand Rugby are celebrating hitting the jackpot of sponsorship deals ++++++++++++
     27 Aug: How soon the country drops to Alert Level Three could determine how well businesses bounce back ++++++++++
     29 Aug: The list of exposure sites in this Delta outbreak continues to slow down ++++++++++
     26 Aug: It would appear we're taking to the bottle, with booze sales skyrocketing on the eve of the Lockdown +++++++++
     31 Aug: Australians urged to switch where they invest for retirement as best and worst superannuation funds revealed ++++++++

     Business NewsLinks
      17 Sep: National wants extension of tax scheme for business, labour not keen (Stuff.co.nz)
      16 Sep: 'decimated': franz josef tourism businesses suffer as borders stay closed (RadioNZ)
      16 Sep: Judge exits horse business on day son revealed as wanaka lockdown breaker (Stuff.co.nz)
      16 Sep: Business owner's dreams dashed after late-night blaze guts restaurant (Stuff.co.nz)
      16 Sep: Voucher website passes $250,000 in transactions supporting small business (RadioNZ)
      16 Sep: Want to buy a supermarket in niue? (Stuff.co.nz)
      16 Sep: Christchurch business extensively damaged following late-night blaze not suspicious (Stuff.co.nz)
      16 Sep: Sports teams, business people and entertainers using miq spots (RadioNZ)
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